I've been really slacking on the blogging lately. I think it's a combination of not much to say, or maybe no energy to say it?
Last weekend and our week were pretty great. Will was traveling for work so my Mom came to stay with us for a few days. She hadn't seen us since November, so it was a much needed visit. We played and ate and just spend some quality time together.
Mom was able to go with us to Norah's baby play class that we attend every week. If you are in Cincinnati I highly recommend checking out Kids First. They offer every activity under the sun, and it's free for babies under 6 months! I wish I would have figured this out weeks and weeks ago. We also attend a swim class there as of last week, and Norah absolutely loves it. I'm really going to try keep up at least on of these classes after the six month mark.
Thursday I helped my sponsor put on a small open house type happy hour to present Rodan+Fields to some of her friends.
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Friday night we just relaxed and enjoyed Will getting home. Saturday was lots of play time and a long walk with Norah and the dogs. I don't know about you, but I'm over the cold and Saturday felt amazing. I absolutely love to talk walks and sit on our deck and I feel like it's going to be a total game changer to be able to go outside with Norah instead of being cooped up in the house. Saturday night we watched The Great Gatsby for the first time. We've had the Blue Ray since it came out two Christmases ago, so enough was enough. We loved it. I'm not really a movie person, but I know I'll be watching that one again.
Sunday Norah and I attended a neighborhood baby shower for two of our friends down the street (who are due in April just a day apart, both with girls, and just a day or so apart!). We love all the little babies in our neighborhood and love even more when their little girls who happen to have parents we hang out with as much as we can. I've said it once, I'll say it again. I love our neighborhood.
Also, I'm not sure when it happened… but my left eye brow looks like an apostrophe with a long tail. I obviously need to start getting my eye brows done. Why has no one told me I looked like this?
We ended the night with chicken, broccoli, and rice casserole. And that's that. We're ready to take on another week. Happy Monday!