Is Thanksgiving really next week? I don’t know about you, but I think Thanksgiving gets shafted in a big way. It’s like HALLOWEEN thanksgiving CHRISTMAS. In fact, in our household, I’ve already taken down all of my fall decor in preparation for decorating for Christmas.
I’m so excited about Christmas because Kendall is at a really fun age where I think she will enjoy a lot of the activities. I have so many Christmas ideas that we are going to try this year and hopefully they will become a tradition for Kendall and our future kiddos. Be expecting many blog posts about Christmas toddler activities this in the next few weeks! And if you want a sneak peek check follow me on Pinterest.
I’m always complaining about how I need to learn to use my DSLR camera… but sometimes AUTO does a great job. It was 70+ degrees and sunny Sunday and I got some GREAT pictures after nap time. I made one of these pictures into a Pinterest project and I just love how it turned out! I will post about that later this week!
Oh this hair… I could brush it and style it for hours if she’d let me!
This weekend was exactly what I needed. Girl time with my favorite girl. I have been in a funk lately (tmi – but I think it’s because my insurance has switched me to another generic birth control, anyone else have that problem?) and I just needed to take a weekend and chill.
I love my husband and love doing things as a family, but girl time with Kendall is my next best thing! Meredith wrote about this a few days ago and I couldn’t agree more! I can remember when my mom and I would have a girls day. Or “playing hooky!” We would go to lunch and shop at the mall and I thought it was the coolest thing. I still love days where I just hang out with my mom. I want Kendall to always feel that way with me. I’m sure I will get on her nerves during the teen years, but I want her to always trust her mom and know that I am here for her. I look forward to many more weekends and days where we can have girl time together and make lasting memories. :)