Wednesday, November 9, 2011

What I'm Loving Wednesday

I love that Brody was baptized this past Sunday and that we had family there to share in the moment.  I also love that he was wearing a family heirloom.  The gown was made in 1949 for my dad by my great grandmother.
I love the Santa sack that we ordered for Brody from Pottery Barn kids.  We of course are getting the large sack and I can't wait to see it.
Speaking of Christmas I am loving that it is right around the corner.  I feel like I missed last year since I was so sick from being preggo.  I love all of the holiday movies that will play on television.
I love that I have lost a couple more pounds!  Only 13 more to go until I am back to pre-nugget weight.  It's definitely coming off slow but I am trying to stay positive. 
Last, and this might be why I still have 13 more pounds to go...I love the new Arby's Philly cheese steak sandwich.  I try not to eat fast food often but we tried this last night and it was yummy.  The peppers were still a little crisp like they hadn't been sitting under a heat lamp all day.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Make B a Winner!

Brody has entered his first contest!  It is a Halloween costume contest on Facebook.  The winner is chosen on who gets the most "likes" on their picture in the bank's album. I (of course) want Mr.Man to win so if you can please go to the page below and "like" his picture (he’s the dinosaur) I'd appreciate it. :) You don't have to download an app or anything just a quick "like". Thanks everyone!

Click here to vote for Brody the dinosaur!

Come on- let’s win this costume contest!!!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Spooks, smores and more!

Hope everyone had a fun Halloween!  I took off half a day from work to take the little man by a local bank's Boo at the Bank.  He was so good and kept flirting with all of the female employees.  Here is the pic they took that will be for their costume contest.  Of course I am bias but I think he is the cutest:
Our little Dinosaur (he's not that scary)
Our neighborhood has a massive amount of trick or treaters (around 300-400).  We had tons of candy!  Speaking of candy I really think each year they go up in price.  We made a fire in the backyard to make smores and hot chocolate. 

Yum Yum

B looked so cute in his costume!  He was even giving the "thumbs up" while his daddy was holding him:
Of course after all of the fun with the festivities little man was so tired.  He passed out on the couch and did not budge at all for awhile:

So we made it thru our first holiday as a family (I don't count Labor Day).  Looking forward to Thanksgiving and this Christmas!!!