Here is a breakdown of the week so far. Its been chock full of adventure (ha!)
A finished quilt square.
The littlest little and I went to the park.
He said no pictures at the park. He cracks me up.
I had breakfast with friends and my brother. That’s always fun.
Then the littlest little and I had fun at the library. It was national play-doh day! We got a cool recipe for play-doh and he got to play.
My Jamberry nail wraps came in the mail. The wraps I applied are called Orchid Ombre.
They look lovely, but are definitely not going to hold up for the two weeks advertised. I think it might be user error. It was my first time applying them, and doing my right hand was hard. Luckily for Jamberry I bought five sheets of different wraps so I’m not giving up.
The kids had swim lessons on Tuesday as well. My son had to pee during the lesson. I returned him to the instructor and as I was leaving the pool room when I slipped and fell. Nothing worse than a fat person falling in public. Luckily all the viewing windows around the pool were fogged so maybe four people saw max. Outside of the embarrassment I’m fine.
Wednesday: We had to brave torrential rain to get to Kohls to replace a broken backpack. As long as my princess is happy.
Thursday: One of three fabric parcels arrived.
On Thursday night I created this lovely pile of fabric.
For some reason I love these little piles that are created when squaring up blocks.
Friday has just started but there has been activity. The dogs managed to get to my knitpicks catalog while I was in the shower. There was paper all over the downstairs. Luckily for them I think they are just dumb cute dogs. I can’t stay mad at them.
Next there was breakfast. My kids love frozen pancakes and waffles so my husband suggested I make and freeze my own. I made a small batch to freeze this morning.
We will see if they get eaten. Kids can be weird and finicky. The lack of store boughtness might make them inedible.
The schools have early release today. After I pick up my daughter we might make some play-doh.
Have a good weekend.