So, without further ado, here are the things that have been making me say "yay" lately:
|| This straw fedora that I found at Target. I'm totally crushing on it. I imagine myself over-wearing it this summer. Style post to come very soon.
|| The fact that the trees in my yard are starting to flower. Spring cannot come fast enough.
|| The way that my daughter mimics me. We got into a "wow" "uhm" "what" exchange while strolling through Target the other day. She's my little echo.
|| How much Klair
||Along those lines, going to the park with my toddler. She has transformed from a baby during the warm weather days of last fall into a little girl this spring. Playing outside has never been so enjoyable.
||The Fuji apples I picked up at Costco the other day. I'm kind of an apple snob (I won't touch red delicious with a ten foot pole) and these apples... they might as well call them candy. Perfection.
|| Dancing around the house with Klair to my Ingrid Michaelson Pandora station. My girl can groove.
|| The romper that I bought for Klair. It isn't quite warm enough yet, but a mom can dream... right? I can't wait to see those chubby little legs "rompin'" around!
|| How excited baby girl gets when her dada comes home everyday. She squeals, runs to the stairs, and refuses to let him go once he's home. She a daddy's girl through and through.
|| Spending a Friday night in with my husband. Free from any distractions we ate sugary cereal, cuddled, got caught up on all our shows (a.k.a. watched way too much TV), and stayed up late talking about life.
|| Also, how much my sweet husband did this weekend while I was feeling under the weather. He took care of the babe, cleaned the house, and made me dinner. He even took Klair on a daddy-daughter date to Chuck-E-Cheese so I could have some alone time (hence the last picture). I'm spoiled.
In my effort to repay him, I just made some gluten-free brownies with homemade buttercream frosting. Yeah, that just happened. Because calories don't count after 10:00 at night, right? Yeah, pretty sure that's how it works...