1) my Wii Fit: Thank you, PJ, for my awesome birthday present!! I have every intention of hula hooping my way into my bathing suit this summer. I have one small bone to pick with my Wii Fit though. It told me not to let my age slow me down right after it told me happy birthday. Really, Wii Fit? Really? Then it told me that my Wii Fit age was 45. Really?
I've mostly been doing the yoga, and I have to admit that I'm getting into it. I have tried yoga several times before and not been terribly interested, but I really like the Wii Fit yoga. Maybe being in the privacy of my living room helps.
2) This dress:
I love Forever 21 online because shopping in the store with all the 14 year olds is a little awkward. Especially with the wild toddler. Or maybe that's just me. Whatev, this dress is my new favorite.
3) My first bag (not diaper bag) in 20 months:
PS-That link has a really, really good deal on this bag.
4) My Kindle: I can't believe I have not written about how much I love my Kindle before now. I got it for Christmas, and I am almost never without it. New books are so...instant. And I have read NINE since Christmas. Want to know what they are? (Of course you do!)
- Birth: The Surprising History of How We Are Born by Tina Cassidy (I know it's a little odd that I read this one. No, I'm not pregnant, but I was very interested in the medical history of labor and delivery. It will give you a new perspective on forceps and epidurals.)
- Bringing Up Girls by James Dobson (I barely made it through this one. Dobson spends a lot of time bragging about his own parenting skills, and he pretty much lost me when he said that the Girls Scouts are no longer safe for little girls because the organization allows leaders who are feminists, existentialists, or *gasp* communists. Calling Senator McCarthy!)
- The Case for Christmas: A Journalist Investigates the Identity of the Child in the Manger by Lee Strobel (highly recommended)
- House Rules by Jodi Picoult (I usually love Picoult, but I figured out this one way before she meant for me to.)
- In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manual by Michael Pollan (I had been wanting to get my hands on this one for a long time. Read The Omnivore's Dilemma first.)
- Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (Love!)
- Rockabye: From Wild to Child by Rebecca Woolf (If you like her blog, you'll like her book.)
- Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks (typical of Sparks)
- The Confession by John Grisham (typical of Grisham)
- And I am currently reading A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. Jury's still out.
What are you loving these days?