A Week In The Life, Vol 8.
We had a low-key week!
And yes there are still Christmas lights in places outside, haha. It’s been too cold and snowy since January to take them down!
We got a good bit of snow again this week. Nothing overly exciting happened but it was a great week!
The kids are on a painting streak.
Chicken and grilled peppers for dinner one night that was then repurposed into quesadillas!
Very into painting our nails.
Um have you tried this? It actually tastes like rosé and is seriously wonderful. I’m not a huge ice cream person and the texture of this is incredible.
Emilia came in when I was putting on makeup yesterday and opened every.single.thing. She was such a curious little bug.
And very proud of her handiwork.
We got fish sandwiches from DiAnoias Friday night and they were INSANE. So good and even better than last year.
And Max had a hockey weekend!
Finally, sunday snugs in bed with this babe and the bump. Boring week in a great way!
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This made me laugh…the thing that jumped out at me in the pictures this week was that you had maybelline mascara. How random is that? I think I’m so used to your Sephora and Nordstrom makeup favorites that it really shocked me. I clearly have way too much time on my hands!
hahaha omggg… i’ve used maybelline the falsies for years, the waterproof version on my lower lashes. i used to talk about it all the time so it’s somewhere back in my faves (prob 10 years ago!) but since i’m still using it i just rarely mention it!
Jeni’s ice cream is so good! We order from them several times a year, and their flavors are amazing, their quality is fantastic, and I love that the ice cream arrives completely frozen after being in transit for 1-2 days. I’ve found some Jeni’s carried at my local Whole Foods, but the full range of flavors is available for delivery, and it’s so worth it. I love their Salted Peanut Butter Chocolate Fleck the most, I think. But so many good flavors to try.
yesss i love their salted peanut butter chocolate one!! it’s incredible.
boring in a great way is great!
My daughter calls the Frose frozense. It’s adorable.
On another note. I put a tiny scoop – melon baller works great here – and drop it into a champagne flute and top with Prosecco and a raspberry. It looks beautiful at brunch and tastes delicious too!
That sorbet sounds amazing! Is there actually wine in it or is it just flavored like wine?
I remember you mentioning that you are building a new house. We are as well and would love to see some of your design stuff for inspiration!!
yes!! i will definitely be sharing. :)