Friday, October 30, 2015


Happy Friday !!! Here's a round up of what we've been up to these days. 

The weekdays haven't been terrible! I know it seems like a low standard, but on paper it all seems so overwhelming, so when we get it done and every week I'm amazed that we are doing it. Amazed and grateful. 

We are out of the apples we picked from the orchard a few weeks ago, and I'm sad about it. 

The sky was the exact color of Sloane's shirt !

We were so pleased with our cider and donuts. 

I can't stop seeing Chris and Ken (their dads) in this picture. 

I want to spend as much time outdoors as possible before it gets really cold. 

During a lunch break a few weeks ago I visited a greenhouse to pick out a plant and it was so peaceful and calming in there. 

The cocktails (and the way they present their menu) at Saison are on point.

Sloane is so into collecting sticks, leaves and acorns right now. Her being excited about those things makes me feel so much joy. Almost every morning when we walk out the door, she looks around, takes a big whiff and said, "it's still fall! What a beautiful day!" 

Last Friday it was so nice, we spent some time running around outside after I picked up the girls. That there in her hand is Logans first art project! 

Coconut water and expresso? It works.
 A sleeping baby? The best. 

I can't get enough of these two together. Sloane is such a great older sister to Logan - Logan is so lucky to have her!

Eunice stopped by the other weekend and had her hands full.

     Slow mornings are the best mornings. 

My cousin Joe came to visit, which was so nice because it's been a while since we've seen him. 

I love these people!

We got to hang out at a friend's beautiful backyard.

Sloane collected pine cones to paint, and did a great job painting them different colors.

Note to self, get a fire grate ! And cook chicken over wood burning fire...

And lastly, this. Pumping was the thing I was dreading the most. On the bad days I'm astounded at what sorts of strange and difficult things we as moms have to do. On the good days I'm grateful for such inventions that allow me to provide for my baby. And so far it's going well, so, cheers!

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