My weekend in five little bites:
1) Thursday night my husband and I went out to dinner without our little
hellions precious angels and I ordered an amazing delicious Sangria that was the size of my head. Truly! It was sweet and yummy and I then ordered a second one (gasp!) Just because. I also wore my headband that I wear every waking moment lately and the old(er) waiter told me he really dug the hippie vibe I was giving off. Um, thanks?
To add insult to injury I just ordered this spiked headband, this floral one and this flower felt one. I’m done now, promise.
On that note, I am going on another month long shopping hiatus for the month of April! More details coming Wednesday.
2) I went to Target alone to pick up some jelly beans for the kids for Easter and walked out much poorer and with a lot of new shoes/clothes and lounge wear. Do you ever look at yourself in your “home clothes” and wonder why you have grease spotted tee shirts and yoga pants with bleach stains on them? Please tell me this happens to you. Well, I needed to fix this issue and ended up buying some cute lounge pants and shorts to sleep in and a dip dye tank.
Among other things.
Did you KNOW that the shoes there are buy one/get one 50% off right now? I died.
3) When you have two children you find yourself bringing them to Home Depot to “run off some energy” and play with all the lawn mowers and kitchen cabinets and such. They pretend massive wrenches are machine guns (where on EARTH did they learn this?) and open up a wall of French doors and run up and down the aisles.
*Now before you get to thinking that I’m evil and that crazy mom that gets the side eye I’ll say that the store was empty of people and we put everything back and control the noise level. Ha!
4) That same evening we went to the grocery store hungry and ended up buying sushi, King crab legs and Pink Moscato wine for dinner.
Best. Dinner. Ever.
5) This past week was Spring Break and it was so relaxing. I mean, relaxing in the sense that I still have two kids that wake up at the same time and still require mothering, except that without school we can be so much lazier! No lunchbox packing, hours of commuting to schools and gymnastics and rushing places. We could stay in our pajamas all morning and do more crafty things and games than usual and eat Munchkin’s for a special treat and just relax. It was nice. Except when I had to drag my kicking, screaming child out of the library one day and home from the park the next. Ohhhh, three year old’s….wonderful age, hmmmm?
P.S. If you follow me on Twitter or Pinterest you may notice I am having a hair dilemma. I want a change, but I don’t know what to do. Stay the same, go lighter, ombre? Help me, please!