Sunday, January 15, 2012

A very necessary weekend

Things have been a little crazy and emotional in these parts, but busy, of course.

Mike went to Philadelphia for a lacrosse conference, so it was just going to be me and miss G – I was pretty excited to have some one on one time with my girl and we had fun plans.

Friday Gianna stayed with my mom and I picked her up after my jewelry show (which was really nice, laid back and some good girl time for me!).

Saturday my sisters and I took Gianna ‘punzel to see the Princesses on Ice.


She was in heaven.


And it was really cute.  Also, I totally cry at everything and seeing her joy during the show, total tears!


She got a stuffed Pascal and was the happiest camper.

We had lunch at the cheesecake factory then I dropped the little miss off at my mom’s while my sister and I got some shopping done for an upcoming baby shower.

Our evening was pretty lazy, just like I hoped it would be!

Today we hung out in the morning (our play date got cancelled due to some sick kiddos, so that was sad), Gianna played a lot and I talked to my mom for almost an hour.

Once we decided to get moving, we did some retail therapy at Kohl’s and Target, had a nice lunch and Gianna took a long nap.

I was super productive during nap time (I’m not even exaggerating!) so that was a plus. Especially since I had to go pick Mike up at the airport later.

Except that Mike surprised me by catching an earlier flight home. His surprise included roses and vodka – even better! (pink lemonade vodka, is very tasty).

We are hanging out, playing dress up, watching football and eating some pizza.

And smiling, laughing and trying to forget the stress of last week and the uncertainty of tomorrow’s appointment.

And the best part about this weekend? It’s not over until Tuesday!



Rebecca @ Unexplained X2 said...

Sounds perfect!

Danifred said...

Sounds just awesome!

Dayna said...

I loved taking Trevor to Disney on Ice.

Mazzy said...

We love Punzel, too. Sounds like a GREAT weekend! Glad you had that time.

Anonymous said...

Aunt Jacqui had a good time too! Love all of you!