It’s been a hot minute since I’ve done one of these posts so let’s catch up…
(From left to right)
- Sophie graduating ‘nastics like a BAWSE.
- With the way these sandals sparkle I’m telling Sam they’re summer glass slippers.
- We graduated everything bagels, now we’re indulging in fresh blueberry ones with this recipe.
- Last minute dinner idea: Spinach Quesadillas Rub a raw garlic clove on the outside of the tortillas & then fill with spinach & monterery jack cheese, melt in a skillet with bit of butter. Top with sour cream & serve with mandarin oranges for a sweet twist.
- Sophie Monster’s first haircut, my worst fear did NOT come true, her curls came right back.
- Sam was over the moon that she finally saw her first fox in our yard (we’re oddly infatuated with telling stories about ‘the fox’ in our house, he’s like a legend) She was so happy she chose to capture the moment in a drawing.
- Loving this side braid tutorial for days when I don’t have time to wash my hair.
- Abuela stayed with us for 2 weeks, it was so great to have the girls’ great grandmother with them in the morning & last thing at night. I miss generations growing up close together.
- Dip-dyed white jeans at the mall, anyone else’s DIY wheels turning??
- My favorite new addition for Spring, this Splendid skirt.
- Sam at her first day of horseback riding lessons, she was like the pony whisperer.
- If you’re ever in DC add the Ford Theater & Peterson House to your tourist duties, I took my Grandmother & it was awesome, just blows my mind that I was sitting in the theater watching a show where Lincoln was shot.
- Leaving Daddy at the airport. It’s amazing how you can live with someone day in & day out & still miss them terribly as soon you get on a plane. I guess that’s what keeps up from killing eachother.
- Nana’s signature pb&j sandwiches cut with a cookie cutter.
- A random lady cuddling her chihuahua that she had swaddled in a blanket. Oh yea, it was also wearing a princess leotard.
Sometimes you just need to see someone really crazy to remind you how normal you actually are.