Oh, the woes of living in the south.
Since we were snowless, yet we had to endure the extreme cold and (what seemed like) hurricane winds, Saturday morning called for donuts! Jacob asked for them first thing when we got up, so we gladly obliged. And hubs even stopped by Starbucks on the way back to grab a Caramel Latte for me. He’s a keeper.
We spent the majority of the day at home playing, doing laundry, continuing
my quest to get everything cleaned out, and working on some projects. Pretty exciting, huh?
|This is how Olivia felt about not getting any snow. Just kidding, she was throwing a tantrum because I wouldn't let her take her drink in the living room. #ToddlerProbs|
|This is all of the stuff I cleaned out of my closet. Not pictured - one more bag of stuff to give away, and one more bag of trash. I feel so much lighter! #Winning #CleanOutAllTheThings|
|The start of a new project that I'll be sharing with you eventually.|
We debated skipping church since the weather was so bone-chilling cold, but after hours of the kids bouncing off the walls, we thought that it would be best to get out for a bit.
It was a great decision. The kids were very well behaved during church, and afterward we had dinner with my extended family (parents, grandmother, and a few aunts and uncles) at one of our favorite Mexican restaurants. It was nice to get to spend some time with everyone after being cooped up all day. And to have a margarita. :o)
Sunday the sun was shining, there was not a cloud in the sky, and the temps hit the low 50’s, so off to Five Guys and the playground we went! It was gorgeous out!
|Her new trick. Time to start buckling her in again.|
Sunday afternoon I worked on a couple of other projects while the baes napped, and then we had dinner at my Momma and Daddy’s house – roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, carrots, peas, green beans, rolls, and a bottle of Merlot. Good comfort food so fitting for the cold weekend we had!
*Linking up with B Loved Boston for Weekending.