A Week In The Life, Vol 19.
We had a lovely mother’s day week!
I can’t handle this baby boy.
Emilia loves having her hair in a braid. It’s the best way to do it for her tball games too!
Broccoli babe. It’s his favorite… for now.
I made Emilia the best grilled cheese ever.
My rainbow girl! She asks me to take her picture every time we leave to go somewhere.
I made some grilled chimichurri chicken for dinner one night.
We had bad storms and tornado warnings last week. Max insisted they pack up backups for the basement.
She loves her school projects.
Glamorous mom life!
She is so much fun!
Off to school.
I want to eat him up!
The best thing I make is PB & J!
Balloon garland prep for my cousin’s bridal shower!
Peony season is the best.
Is there anything more fun than the ribbon bouquet?!
So lucky to have the three loves of my life!!!
9 Comments on “A Week In The Life, Vol 19.”
You commented on the fact that Emilia likes your PB&J the best. Meanwhile, she thinks you’re 15 years old! I’d say run with that one! LOL
I was thinking the same thing!
I had no idea you were only 15 years old! ;) Aren’t those questionnaires the best? Happy belated Mother’s Day! :)
Emilia’s style is a 10 like always. Plus its good to know she loves you more than Tigers. and only thinks your a teenager. That will help in 10 years when she thinks your 60, LOL. Oh and I would choose that grilled cheese over a pb&j almost any day :-) Have a great week!
I still have some of those Mothers day questionnaires! Ha-ha!😄
“If I could buy her a gift I would buy her a real dog” . Oh my goodness, this child so wants a dog. She must be on your case constantly. Having grown up with dogs, big and small, I never had to ask my parents to get one but I do appreciate
the many lessons having them in my life since early cildhood have taught me.
I ofen did this little exercise with my students whn I was teaching kindergarten. My favorite question was the one about age. I would get answers that were all over the map…too funny.
Beautiful braid to did! I have been practicing on my three year old (bless her heart, she’s so patient!), but I haven’t quite gotten it down! Any advice?!
you did* :)