I am back from my deathbed lovelies! I went to the doc yesterday and all is well in my tummy region. I caught a 24 hour bug which is most likely due to starting Liv’s new Discovery Program class last Monday *kids = germs* I’m just happy Olivia didn’t get sick *she has like a super human immune system, must be all that breastmilk!*
|She brought Larry & Harry with her to school|
So I have some breaking news….today Liv and I went to the post office and it was a total successful experience. There was noone in line, there was 2 clerks available, I was smart enough to have put Liv in her stroller so I didn’t have to fuss with carrying her. I was in and out in less than 5 minutes and I had 4 Etsy orders to ship! I was so expecting disaster to start my weekend and I’m pleasantly surprised of how drama-free things went. Olivia was so well behaved in fact we mosied on down to Baskin Robbins for an afternoon scoop. I feel like I haven’t eaten in 3 days *or kept any food down* so my mint & chip ice cream was wonderful. I also discovered there is a Papillon French Bakery in Glendale so I picked up a fresh croissant and made Liv and me the tastiest turkey club sandwich I have ever had.
Say what? Today just keeps getting better, this morning on a whelm I posted a few photos of Liv and Clemmy on Sprinkles Ice Cream facebook page. Well, the staff liked it so much, they featured her photos and sent me a code for 4 free cupcakes!! Awwww yeeeeah!!
SCORE!! So I’m bringing a wheelbarrel of good news today. Tuesday June 2nd our niece Chayanne Michele was born!!! Here’s proud Poppa Cayce holding his daughter….what a cutie. I can’t wait to go visit her!!! Major congrats to Ann-Marissa & Cayce, you will be amazing parents.
Tuesday also marked Liv turning 25 months old. I didn’t post her photo because I had an alien living inside my stomach. So here she is. Happy Weekend lovelies!!!
|The day she started her “pre” preschool|
She is already fitting her Tussie Mussie skirt from Anthropologie that I bought 2 sizes larger so she could fit it this fall. Aye Curumba!