I think one of my favorite things about being a mom is dressing up my daughter in holiday attire. I simply cannot go to Target and not buy something for her to wear for the upcoming holiday. I am already on the lookout for her St. Patrick’s Day and 4th of July outfits.
I did an hour on the elliptical today and the time FLEW by because I had one of my 2 new birthday books to read (yes, I consider cookbooks books).
Before you know it, I will be an expert on child development. I LOVE reading about this kind of stuff (the book is called ‘The New First Three Years of Life’).
Ham and veggie omelet for lunch.
For the last two V-Days I have talked about this next little topic on the blog because it is something I always think about on Valentines Day. Holidays can be the greatest days for people or the hardest days for people. I had those V-Days (before I met Billy) where I felt really alone and I know that holidays are extremely hard for those that are missing their loved ones. I just wanted to let you know that I am always here to email if you are feeling lonely today!! We can be Valentines:) Valentines Day isn’t just about having a significant other to love but to celebrate our love for our family/friends/co-workers/internet bf’s/running shoes/dogs/chocolate or whatever else you love.
Billy has to stay at school late tonight to finish a paper so Brooke and I will be celebrating our love for See’s Candy and chick flicks on the couch tonight:) Feel free to come over and join us!
I learned this on the Biggest Loser last night:
“The week leading up to Valentines Day, Americans buy more than 58 million lbs of chocolate (not including candy or cakes).”
What is your FAVORITE piece of See’s Candy?
-Easy. Scotchmallow (marshmallow and caramel).
What are you reading lately? Favorite topics to read about?
Anyone else cross train today?