Kelly Falsani reports that life is good in Minneapolis. His son, Sam, 5, is a Mighty Mite hockey player for the city’s hockey organization. He likes it, but not as much as Star Wars Legos. Kelly’s daughter, Lucy, 3, is a bruiser and takes her brother to task, which is always fun to referee. They saw Jon and Jenny Bubrick Engel and kids Emmett and Macey in D.C. last October. Kelly also visited Kim and Mat Solso in Montana but did not catch the biggest trout. * On Dec. 26 Michelle Cook and husband Jon Plenn welcomed their first child, Genevieve, who is happy and healthy. * After spending six years in Bangkok, Jemison Foster moved to Beijing to continue working as a high school counselor and teacher at the Western Academy of Beijing. Moving to China has had its challenges, but finding amazing dumplings isn’t one of them. YAs executive director at the American Independence Museum in Exeter, N.H., Julie “Drew” Hall Williams is plugging away at a new strategic plan. She and Joel go to Maine every chance they can with their two boys. Last fall they traveled to Minneapolis, where they saw the Patriots play and visited Gauri Luthra, Jessie Randzio, and Kelly Falsani. * Jeff and Katie Lee Fishbone welcomed Benjamin Russell Nov. 29. He joins big brother Sam, 4, and big sister Libby, 2. * Oliver and Sarah Belanger Hay welcomed their son, Theo Gilbert, Nov. 10. Oliver teaches middle school science at Shore Country Day School in Beverly, Mass., and Sarah is coming up on 10 years working in communications at Citizens Financial Group. * Ted Wallach moved to Amsterdam with his wife and 13-month-old, Gabriel. He is the new chief strategic officer of TimeRepublik. His movie Misdirection will premiere in NYC in April. It’s a collaboration with Google and Morgan Spurlock and includes a cameo by David Blaine. * Ripley Martin and wife Jenn have two kids, Grace, 6, and Cooper, 4, and live in Acton, Mass. Ripley still works for Philips Healthcare. This spring they’re excited to launch Sprouting Threads, a kids’ clothing subscription service with a twist (think Stitch Fix for kids). * Danielle D’Entremont Lam works as a primary-care pediatrician at Pediatric Associates of Norwood and Franklin in Massachusetts. She and husband Hue Lam ’00 and son Tyler, 2, expected a baby girl this March. * Sam Mateosian and his family took a break from the Maine winter, spending the colder months in and around San Francisco. He’d love to hear from other Bay Area Colby folks, especially any fellow startup entreprenerds. They recently hired their fourth Colby alum, Zack McCartney ’13. * JJ Abodeely and his wife, Piper Elliot Abodeely ’02, had child number three, Margo Hoyt, in September.