Did lots of things. Am tired. Kids are tired. Zzzzzzzzzz.
LOOK MY POPCORN CAUGHT FIRE. GET IT?
Trip #1 to the grocery store. We did buy cookies. We forgot a turkey.
Visiting their lobster friends. That’s what they call them. I don’t have the heart to explain those aren’t the same lobsters as last week.
It was freezing on the pier but the sun (and all the happiness) warmed my cold heart.
My TV babysitter earned her paycheck this week.
Go buy this book. HILARIOUS.
Real street fashion: scuffed boots and yoga pants.
Evan loves his Duplos and Caroline loves creepy naked dolls
I don’t know how she doesn’t have nightmares.
RUN AND GET A TURKEY BEFORE THEY ARE GONE, SLACKER
They put extra ginger in the pumpkin pie <3
Making pies is exhausting.
It’s sparkling cider.
NO REALLY IT’S JUST CIDER I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE HE LEARNED THAT.
Instead of shopping, we visited our favorite places.
She met Santa.
Hot cocoa and a lollipop = best day ever
Watching the town tree lighting
They FINALLY built a playground at the zoo!
Those are yesterday’s lollipops they brought to the parade
Our local parade is adorable, if not very fancy.
Considering it was only 30 degrees all week, we spent a TON of time outside. My kids don’t care. They were born in New England*. Today Caroline took off her jacket and her hoodie and ran around in just a shirt. But despite the temps we had a really great week.
Now I am throwing myself FULL FORCE into Caroline’s birthday party. Luckily “princess” isn’t the most original theme, so just grabbing pink or sparkly or sparkly pink stuff is pretty easy. I just need to get my house in order so I can start putting things up before I buy yet another princess tent and realize I don’t have anywhere to put FOUR of them. Tomorrow I’m going to let her pick out the ugliest, most ridiculous princess cake we can find to order from ShopRite. I’m so excited.
*This logic fails since I was born in Massachusetts and I’m freezing.