Thursday, September 24, 2015

Florida 2015 iPhone Dump

While I intended to do a full post about about our week in Florida, I quickly realized that every day would say much of the same thing. We woke up early (not by choice, but because they boys adjusted to east coast time all too quickly), we went for golf cart rides, we napped, swam in the pool, swam in the ocean, watched a lot of Doc McStuffins, and went to bed. Glorious as not exciting as it sounds. Brian had our big camera so some grainy iPhone pictures will have to suffice. 

Tuesday, August 11, 2015


Another year older, another day gone by. I am now 27. So so old. Kidding. I still feel like babe raising babies and sometimes still look around for the adult that should be raising my children. But this past Sunday was the big 2-7. Brian let me sleep in, I woke up around 8:30, walked out to to living room to immediately be serenaded with the Happy Birthday song. About half way through the song I felt the need to throw up, so a zofran was popped and back to bed I went. After another hour snooze, round two happened where I walked out to the living room, was serenaded, however this time did not feel like I was going to ralph on everyone and enjoyed a breakfast picked out by Harry which included donuts, bagels, and pancakes.

After a quick breakfast we made our way to uptown to walk around Lake of the Isles, of course making a stop at Starbucks to pick up a free birthday drink. And when it's your birthday, you go all out ordering a caramel frappaccino, only to 30 minutes later not be able to drink half of it and give the rest to your husband....

The first half of the walk we enjoyed watching all the paddle boarders, canoers, and kayakers. Harry was generous with his waves to the strangers walking by, and the iPad held Harry off for the first 20 minutes or so. The rice krispy bar bought us another 5 minutes of him in the stroller, however after that he was done. So out he came, the rest of the way around the lake running beside us, resting on nearly every park bench, and occasionally hopping in and out of the stroller to see his brother. Ollie was a peach as usual, and was happily content riding along the entire way.
The ride home Brian and I played the game "Do you think this baby will...... come before it's due date? Be as awful of a car rider as Harry was an infant and never let you stop at a red light without screaming? Be a girl?" To which our answers were yes, I pray no, and verdict is still out, although Harry is sure that he is getting a baby sister. Although he also thought Ollie was going to be a girl.

A last minute decision on the the car ride home was made to order Panera to go, and the decision couldn't have been better. This pregnancy soup has been my jam, and Panera's chicken wild rice soup never disappoints.

It was a late nap for the boys, both of them going down close to 2pm, which meant I also went down for a nap, only to not be able to get comfortable due to aching hips from long walks the previous few days.

The rest of the day was pretty low key. A quick run to Home Depot, DQ ice cream cake was devoured, and I spent a lot of the evening in bed reading and catching up miscellaneous things. A pregnant woman's dream.
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