I think my husband and my mom conspired this weekend to help me feel like a human again. My mom babysat Big C and Little C Saturday night so that PJ and I could go see The Hunger Games. Can I pause here for a moment to tell you how much I LOVED IT??!! I love seeing how directors imagine these fictional settings and characters, and these particular settings and characters (especially in the Capitol) were amazing. If you haven't read those books, I highly recommend them.
Just when I thought our date couldn't get any more awesome (I mean, we were out of the house sans children), I realized I had a gift card for the movies! Our date was FREE! H-yeah!
And then today, PJ sent me to Target and the grocery store all. by. myself. Alone time. It was great.
My hair has started the postpartum fallout. It's a little depressing and ridiculous.
Cara is currently obsessed with her birthday, as in planning her birthday party. If you ask her about it--or sometimes even if you don't ask--she will tell you when her birthday is and that she is going to have a pink party at the beach. With a pink cake, pink lemonade, a pink crown, a pink princess skirt, and...and...and...
Colin has started making more happy faces in between nursing and fussing. In my mind, I know he's not really old enough for a social smile, but I love his little poop smiles anyway!
Spring is such a good time for a parade, isn't it?
hanging out with Grandaddy
no parade is complete without the hillbilly clan...