Easy like Sunday morning…
About a year ago I published a very similar blog post.
A little late to the weekend recap, Jude was sick yesterday so all we did was nap and snuggle! We did however have the most wonderful Mother’s Day weekend and I wanted to share it!
Saturday morning I snuck out for a mani-pedi with my mom and it was glorious! I got gel on my hands and I love it so much. I need to make time for that to happen more often!
While I was gone BTR and Jude worked on some Mother’s Day gifts for Grandma’s!
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Since our big birthday fiesta was rained out this weekend, (boo, but it looks like gorgeous weather next weekend, YAY!), I decided to spend some time in the kitchen making pizzas with Jude!
Saturday afternoon we headed over to STL to run a few errands so we picked up all our pizza supplies at Trader Joe’s. They have this amazing garlic and herb pizza dough that is sooooo tasty, inexpensive, and easy to use!… read more
What a weekend! It was such a nice long weekend with the holiday, I was not ready to go back to a routine today!
We started our weekend fun on Thursday at story time at Chick-fil-A where I (I mean Jude) made this awesome bunny craft! And we played and chatted with lots of friends, always fun!
And while we played, BTR took advantage of a day off and made this picnic table for Jude and Ezra! He actually made two, the other is a gift for someone else. But if you are local and want one, let us know! It didn’t take him very long and it’s made out … read more
Friday we woke Jude up bright and early before BTR left for work to give him some of his presents.
I decided not to wrap any of his gifts and we set them up on the kitchen table around his birthday plate! He was so excited for all of the little animals and the giant dinosaurs. I have a feeling this is only a start to the dinosaur collection we will have!
We had a bit of a lazy day and then that evening we had over the grandparents for cake and more presents. I just made a box funfetti cake and then used … read more