This past weekend was about as low key as they come and I loved every minute of it.
We had friend time Friday night and despite not having carried on any adult conversation that lasted longer than 2.5 minutes, it was a blast, hanging out with our friends and our wild (and loud!) toddlers.
The rest of the weekend was spent snuggled up at home, eating too much, listening to the wind and rain, and enjoying the heck out of our sweet and incredibly fun little girl.
Lawter was absolutely awesome all weekend and I seriously enjoyed her so much that my heart ached coming into work yesterday morning. I always love my kid, duh, and it was so easy to just be smitten with her when she was being so funny and lovable and fantastic.
Sometimes I feel like we lose our connection during the work week, when I see her for 20 minutes in the morning and 2 hours or (usually) less in the evenings. Daycare makes her tired, work makes me tired, and it's so great to reconnect on the weekends and rebuild the warm and fuzzy bond. It was perfect. (I also admit that I speed read "The light between oceans" this weekend and that may or may not have influenced by ability to ignore the toddler-esque things in favor of smothering her with hugs and kissses!)
I'm not going to share some of the funnier videos from the weekend, as they involve her favorite new past time, which is putting about 7 pairs of mama's undergarments around her neck, infinity scarf style. It's hilarious, but not hilarious enough for me to share my underthings on the internet for all the world to see : )
Her other new hobby -which I absolutely adore -is singing. Oh that sweet little voice. It's hard to catch her on video when she's sitting by herself just singing in a soft little voice so to film it, we usually have to start singing and she'll join in. And our singing isn't something the internet should be subjected to either! So I'll just have to keep trying on that one, this is the best I could get:
Here are some other random snippets from the weekend:
Hope you had a great weekend (and that this work week goes fast!)!