For the first time EVER I had a getaway with my mom and sister, it was awesome!!! We went shopping and didn't care how much we spent because we know these opportunities don't happen that often! We were able to eat out without kids screaming, and sleep through the night without crying/sick kids in the middle of the night!
When we went shopping Carrie and Mom had the misfortune of trying on some awful clothes so we snapped a pic of the skirts they couldn't zip up! My moment came later without a picture thank goodness! I bent down to pick up some clothes and didn't realize my back side was below the changing room curtain...I don't think I can show myself there again!
Mom sporting her 'Roberts Senior Citizen Card' that we intended to use for our craft day!
My dad and brother's had to come up and visit Carrie before she left so we took some family pics.
Our fancy new cuts, although the girl styled me like "Tiffany" with massive bigness! My sister said she was spraying me with the hairspray without even looking!
On Carrie's last night here we celebrated with a fancy dinner of grilled cheese sandwich's, Martinelli's to drink and watched "The boy that could fly." Remember that old one? So fun!
I woke up Saturday morning and decided I was going to redo Tayah's room that day. I'm so crazy when I do these things on a whim! Tayah's room was bright pink, cute but I'm done with it. I wanted to tone it down so I went with a soft taupe color and I love how it turned out! It's kind of hard to tell with the pictures but in person it looks so much better.
We decided to take one last picture before we covered it all up. While I was painting Tayah said, "I'm going to miss my pink room." Kind of made me feel bad but really, the room radiated it's own light! She loves how it turned out though.Plus I made her a new quilt and pillow's for her bed. I think I went to bright with those, oh well. I'll make her something else later!
I am a SAHM of four kiddos that are growing up way too fast! Our oldest son was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in November of 2008. We continue to manage it and hope to see a cure in the future for him.