6 Months with Allison



I remember counting down till each monthly milestone with Jack, waiting for his personality to come out and his crankiness to subside.  I also remember when I swore off the newborn phase and fell in love with the 6month age.  Things really started to change around then for Jack…he was happier and sleeping better at night (after lots of sleep training) and for me as a Mom I slowly started to get into the groove of motherhood.


Now that I’m a seasoned mother (Ha!) each milestone with Allison has been anticipated in a different way.  Since I somewhat know what to expect on the development front, my anticipation and excitement is more about how Allison’s personality will shine through and what skills she will master first.  The other notable difference this time around is how FAST the time seems to pass.  I feel like each monthly mark hits before I even get comfortable with her being the previous month’s age.  For once I find myself wishing for time to SLOW DOWN.  30yr old “New Mom Steph” would want to punch me.

Still, the 6month mark was one Lance and I both couldn’t wait to get to.  I think other parents share the same feeling.  It’s a sweet spot in the ever changing, ever challenging, first year of life.  Personalities come out, sleep stretches increase, first teeth, first solids, first laughs, sitting up and holding toys…and the holy grail of it all…they are still IMMOBILE!!  (Well unless you have a roller…neither of my kids seem to fancy rolling around outside of their crib)


In a nutshell…Allison is just a happy baby.  Sure she has her phases but don’t we all?  She greets us everyday with smiles that melt our hearts.  The daycare ladies comment daily about how cute and sweet she is and how much they love having her there. (I’m sure they say that to all the Moms though right?!)

At 3 months Allison discovered her hands…and by 5 months she decided grabbing things was her jam.  Miss “Grabby Hands” we call her.  Nothing is safe from her grasp and she will do almost anything to reach whatever she has her eye on.  Which usually involves several nose dives into the floor.  But girl don’t care…she wants what she wants.  I can’t argue with that.


Her sleep has had it’s up and downs.  While she tends to be a good sleeper for the most part, we had our stretches of playing “paci police” every hour throughout the night as well.  Some nights she cries a little before falling asleep…and other nights she falls asleep as I rock her a little longer than I should.  Some days she takes 30min cat naps, and some days she’ll rock a 3hr nap out of nowhere.  We haven’t done any strict sleep training…I think having been through it all has allowed me to chill the F out in the sleep department. But mostly I’m just grateful for any amount of sleep I can get.


We are holding steady in the breastfeeding department.  Once again I’ll play the “2nd time around” card here…but with Jack I stressed about pumping and struggled to make as much as he wanted to eat.  With Allison I was much more prepared for the whole pumping during work thing and have been able to maintain her needs…it also helps that I work from home so I really have no restrictions on when/where I can pump.

However that doesn’t take away from the extreme commitment that pumping/breastfeeding requires…man.  So yes…I recently bought some formula that says it’s for the “breastfeeding Mom who chooses to introduce formula” or as I see it…FREEDOM!!!  We haven’t given it to her yet but hopefully she takes it.  I cut out one of my daily pump sessions which has been great for me…but my supply has taken a hit for sure.  I’d like to continue breastfeeding her up until her 1st birthday like I did with Jack…but I see no shame in giving her formula here and there if it allows me a few hours away from her and/or the pump.  My hormones have been going crazy lately as well thanks to the recent changes…but that’s for another blog post I suppose.

She now eats solids too.  Once again…not nearly the stress fest that I made it out to be with Jack.  I should probably get my act together and make her some homemade food but whatever…pouches from Target don’t seem to be killing her.  Thanks to daycare she actually eats it consistently too.

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So many feelings about this sweet little girl…I had no idea how much we needed her in our lives.  Having our first child turned our world upside down… and now adding Allison has flipped it right side up.  She “completes us” in the most corny Jerry Maguire way possible.  Jack loves her and is so sweet to her…and Allison adores her big brother like no other.  He can make her laugh like no one else.  There’s a strong relationship budding…I know it will get rocky and frustrating and hard…but right now it’s just perfect.

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So yep 6months…I think you win.  You’ll always be a favorite.

Now if only we could freeze time and stay here a little longer.

Allison’s Nursery


*photo by Allison Corrin Photography

Allison recently turned 6 months old (what?!) and so I figured it was about time I took some pics of her nursery.  Unlike with Jack, we knew what we were having this time around…and I will admit I loved going with more feminine touches after doing the neutral thing for Jack’s room.  I was really drawn to the light and airy blush/cream/mint/gold nurseries on pinterest and the arrow/tribal trend so that is what I went for.  I purchased this fabric from Spoonflower to make the changing pad cover and just went from there.


*view from the door coming into the room


If you have been following for awhile than you know I have a deep love for the color gray and painted almost all the walls in our first home some shade of gray.  So shocker…I went with gray walls here as well.  The only difference is I went with a much warmer gray color as opposed to the cooler grays from our last home.  The trim unfortunately has all been painted a cream color…ugh…if only there was an “undo” button for that.  So I felt the warmer color was needed to offset the cream trim and brown carpet.


*Allison approves of the brown carpet…mom not so much.




All of the furniture is just recycled from Jack’s nursery.  We bought Jack a twin size “big boy bed” and matching dresser so we could keep all the white stuff for the nursery.  I wanted to do the embroidery hoops above the crib again but instead of using fabric as I did for Jack’s room, I wrapped yarn around the inner loop to give it a more “tribal” feel.  I struggled to find the perfect mint color yarn at the time….still hoping to switch it out if I ever come across some.  IMG_9466 (3)

After seeing several pics of the Hemnes dresser with gold knobs I knew I had to do the same and just spray painted over the original knobs.  I also went with a gallery wall above the dresser again and  I LOVE how it turned out.  I started with the coral Kansas state print and then just picked things up here and there as I came across them.  I also did the hospital pic with id band just like I made for Jack in the ikea box frame.  I spray painted Allison’s frame gold to tie in with the other gold accents throughout her room.  I found this little arrow at a local craft event and spray painted it gold and threw on some gold hooks and voila…a little headband holder!



It felt a little funny buying all these “kansas” things for her room after just moving here but since it would be her birthplace I really wanted to encompass that.  I hope these prints remain a part of her room as she grows and gets to know this city as her home.


I picked up this cute basic white shelf at Ikea and obviously the brackets needed to be gold…I got a little spray paint happy.  The nail thread arrow is by a local artist and goes with the various other arrows throughout the room.




I found the glass jar at Ikea and decided it was the perfect spot to keep her knot headbands since they are a little too large for the arrow headband holder above her dresser.  The frame and little wood print were Hobby Lobby finds (the same day I went into labor) and her little baby book is via Lucy Darling Shop.


*photo by Allison Corrin photography


IMG_9282*Allison says “Get Outta here” in her best Cribs voice. 


Paint Color: Sherwin Williams ‘Anew Gray’

Paint via Lowes:  HGTV Sherwin Williams (I was super impressed with this paint!  Like I almost always have to do a second coat or fill in patches but nope…the coverage was outstanding.  I used the Ovation line for this project and it was just as good as the Showcase version which I used in Jack’s room)

Dresser, Side Table: Both are Ikea Hemnes

Crib:  Target, Graco Lauren

Rocker:  Buy Buy Baby (forget the brand…sorry!)

Poof:  Land of Nod in Mint

Crib Sheet:  Target

Curtain:  Target

Clock: found at local Kirklands

Kansas state print: Armada Supply Co on Etsy

Kansas City print: by Tammy Smith found locally

Circle Mirrors and various frames found at local Home Goods

Large wall arrow with hooks:  Target

Friday Hodgepodge

Five hodgepodge things from me to you…here we go!


My child has stellar fashion sense…clearly.

(1) Thought of the week:

I’ve decided 90% of parenting is just trying to convince my kids to do things I love while they fight back like evil little ninjas.

  1. Eat.  Seriously….just f’n eat your food.  No cookies and candy do not count and No you do not NEED a snack every single night before you can go to sleep.  I mean I would kill for your diet of mac-n-cheese and french fries…and your metabolism.  Suck it up now before you get old and every time you look at a piece of pizza you automatically gain 10lbs.
  2. Sleep.  FOR THE LOVE!!  I wish someone would wrap me up in a nice blanket, read me stories and make sure my environment is completely perfect before sending me off to dream land….but no.  I have to sleep next to your dad who falls asleep within seconds of hitting the pillow and immediately starts snoring.  Then once I do fall asleep I have to wake up every couple hours to “touch up” your environment so you can once again sleep for 20mins.
  3. Get Dressed.  Why must getting dressed be such an undertaking?!  Like you could literally put on ANYTHING and no one will care…no one.  I’m not even asking you to put on jeans and a cute shirt…just pick out one of the 5 shirts you will actually wear and your favorite holy sweatpants and LET’S GO!
  4. Alone Time.  Is it really too much to ask for you to sit and play BY YOURSELF for 30mins?!  Heck I’d even take a solid 15!  I wish someone would force me to spend an hour in my bedroom ALL ALONE.  Just think of the possibilities!!!   The books I could read!  The things I could knit!  The episodes of Vanderpump Rules I could watch!!

(2) Link of the week:

Why “Free Time” when you have kids doesn’t actually exist…like ever…not even when they start school.  Cue ugly cry face!


(3) Tweet of the week:

Seriously though.  I also find I look much skinnier and less pale in store dressing rooms and then I get home and realize nope…nope I do in fact look like shit.


(4) Beer of the week:


Buffalo Commons Windblown Wheat

The in-laws are visiting this weekend and my Brother in law brought me beer from the little brewery in their hometown.  It’s like he knows me or something.

(5) Song of the week:

Fifth Harmony – Work From Home

“put in work like my timesheet”

OK yes this song is NOT actually about WORKING from home I know…but I still can’t help but sing the chorus over and over when I am…in reality….working from home.  It’s also a current favorite song for running….which I’ve been attempting to do more regularly these days.

Happy Friday all!


Be Royal


While today is officially “opening day” of the MLB season last night the Royals kicked off their Championship-defending season with a victory over the Mets!  The weather was beautiful all weekend and while we couldn’t make it to the K for the first game..that didn’t stop us from getting decked out in our Royals gear (like the rest of the town) and enjoying a beer in the backyard.



Now while it may seem like we jumped on the bandwagon after moving here…I will argue that I came to several games back in college…during the Mike Sweeney era and “Juntos Podemos” days with Tony Pena.  Buck nights, powder blue tees, and Trucker Hat giveaways were my jam.  Then I moved and met Lance…who was an avid baseball fan of both the Twins and Yankees.


I did my best to keep up with the boys in blue but it was hard when they were never on TV where we lived.  That all changed in 2014 as they made their run toward the playoffs and eventually the World Series!  Even Lance got swept up in the excitement and cheered them on that fall.  So you could say it was kinda nuts when we ended up moving here the following summer and wouldn’t you know it…they go and win the World Series!  Coincidence?  I think not.


In fact one the biggest things we looked forward to about moving to KC is that it is a baseball town AND a football town.  Football may be our first sports love (and what brought us together) but we always talked about how much fun it would be to live in a baseball town and spend summer days tailgating in the parking lot and nights cheering on the team in the stands…cold beer and peanuts in hand.  (In fact as you’ll see below, going to baseball games together has always been a part of our relationship!)




As Jack has gotten older he has become increasinly more interested in sports.  He learned every team in the NFL this past fall and could tell you who was playing on TV during the different games.  His excitement seems to be just as big for baseball again this year and we’re already working on getting him to know all the MLB teams. #parentinggoals



But of course his #1 team is the Royals.  His daycare had “Royals days” almost weekly last summer/fall when they made their Champinship run and Jack has several of his favorite player’s tees (Hosmer, Gordon, Salvy) all ready to go again for this year.  He’s super excited to be going to a game with Dad and the grandparents this coming Friday night!  I’ll be home with Allison but I can’t wait to hear all about it from him…I know he’s going to love it.


Linking up with these ladies today…who also get excited for baseball season and torture their kids to take photos together.

Graphic - Hooray it's Opening Day

Oh and just because I thought it would be fun…I dug up some photos of different stadiums/games I’ve been to in the past!  What can I say…I’m a sucker for a good ballpark dog and the Kiss Cam.



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Some notes that popped into my head as I put these together…

  • That New York game was during the last season in their old stadium…and it was a game vs who else but The Royals!  ONLY reason I was wearing NY gear is b/c we were cheering on former Nebraska pitcher Joba Chamberlain…and Lance didn’t want me to get beat up.
  • I haven’t actually been to a game at Fenway yet…we just did the tour when we made a quick trip there.  Still need to get back and see a game there!
  • When I lived out east I met up with some girlfriends in Chicago for my first Wrigleyville experience and it was AWESOME…like I’m too old for that scene now but it was SO FUN.  By far one of my favorite baseball memories.
  • There is a pretty notorious story on my part that goes with that Nationals game…Lance still makes fun of me for it.
  • I was pregnant with Jack (~13/14 wks) at that Twins game…and it was by far the best seats we’ve ever had at a major league game.
  • The San Fran game was in the middle of July and SO COLD!!

Blog Stalking

I think it was around this time last year that Lance offhandedly told me he applied for this job in Kansas.  As interviews progressed to a job offer…and conversations switched from “if we move…” to “once we move…” I started to get excited about moving to Kansas City and wanted to learn more about the city we would soon call home.  So naturally I sought out some KC area bloggers!

I think I started following Brittany’s blog well before moving to KC was even on our radar.  I can’t recall exactly how I found her blog but it was one I enjoyed following as she has a little boy about the same age as Jack and she is from the Midwest… so yeah no-brainer.  I remembered that she lived in the KC-burbs and so I started to pay more attention to her posts and commenters… which is how I came across Sarah’s blog (Seeing All Sides) and quickly added it to my feedly-reader to stalk when I had time.

Well turns out moving and having a baby take up a lot of good blog stalking time…so it wasn’t until more recently that I started to stalk follow Sarah on Instagram and regularly read her posts.

Fast forward a few Instagram and blog comments later and last week Sarah tagged me in a blogger award!


Now given my horrible consistency in blogging normally I wouldn’t even attempt to do it…but since it’s Sarah and I’m quickly becoming her biggest blog/Instagram fan (too creepy?!) I figured what the hell.  Plus I had already answered all the questions as I read through hers…so here goes.

11 questions followed by 11 random things about me:

1. Why did you start blogging?

I actually started blogging as a way to document planning our 2010 wedding.  Wedding blogs were just getting big so I jumped on the bandwagon to keep me busy during our 20mo engagement.  I also knit obsessively at the time and was about to run my first half marathon…so that’s where the title comes from.

2. How has your blog changed through the years?

Oh man…more like how hasn’t it changed?!  I used to post weekly in the beginning with just random planning tidbits here and there.  Then after we got married and bought a house I did more DIY/home posts. Then I got pregnant and documented that as much as I could.  Then Jack was born and blogging got put on the back burner and this space has been sorely neglected.  Overall I think my posts have become more personal since having kids and I’ve looked at it more as a journal than just sharing my day-to-day.

3. What is your favorite post and why?  Provide a link to it!

This post still sticks with me.  I really struggled with becoming a Mom and it took me a long time to admit that to myself.

Now my most popular post by far is Jack’s Nursery.  It has made the rounds on pinterest and I still get multiple clicks daily because of it.  Actually I’m pretty sure that’s the only reason anyone actually looks at my blog.  It’s even in a video on Parents.com.  That and my “real bride” stint on EAD are my blogging claims to fame.

4. What have you learned through blogging?

I think I’ve learned how to put myself out there more.  I still feel weird when someone I know mentions they read my blog or saw a post.  It’s ok for total strangers to read about my life but people I actually know?!  Ack!  I’ve gotten better at this and I think it has played into my real life as well…that or I’ve just gotten old and stopped giving a shit.

5. If you could meet one blogger friend in real-life, who would you choose?

I actually have several of these…is that weird?  Emily & Julia were a couple of my original blog favorites (both also blogged about their weddings on Elizabeth Anne Designs)…and I’ve been following along through marriage, babies, and moves via instagram/blogging  and hope to maybe one day meet them if our paths ever cross.

I’d also love to meet both Jessi and Alex…who just happen to be real life friends (to each other) in Fayetteville, AR.  I know we would totally hit it off  and could spend hours discussing beer, running, babies, crafting and football.  I mean I should probably plan a trip down there ASAP because we’re practically neighbors now anyways.

Oh and OBVIOUSLY I’d love to meet some of the local KC blogger gals I follow duh.

6. What is your favorite social media platform and why?

Instagram hands down.  It’s like blogs but quick and to the point…and I can easily get caught up while nursing/pumping.  Win!  I also love following news/sports/beer/TV related stuff on Twitter.  Lance ONLY uses twitter…so I will actually tweet at him if I want him to read/see an article or something.  #marriagegoals

7. What was the last thing you ordered online?

Oh this is actually something fun…cute paci clips and a dainty bow headband from Loved By Sophia Claire.  Because having a girl has totally blindsided me and made me love pink and girly things. I KNOW!!
8. What is your favorite place in your house and why?

At this point it’s a tie between Allison’s room and the kitchen.  We spend almost all our time in the kitchen because there is a giant TV in there (thanks to the previous owners) and Jack loves all the floor space for his race cars, trains, and floor puzzles.  I love the calm of Allison’s nursery and it’s the only room that I’ve had time to really paint and decorate how I like.  I hope to take/post pics of it here someday…
9. What are you most looking forward to this summer?

Getting out and exploring the city!  Oh and summer beers on the deck/patio/tailgates/by the pool/anywhere.
10. What is the last vacation you took?

Almost two years ago Lance and I took a solo trip to North County, California and LOVED it.

11. If you could choose another job different than what you have now, what would you choose?

I love this question because I think about it more often than I should probably.  Not to say I don’t enjoy my current job…I have a pretty cush situation…but I always tell people that I picked the wrong major and if i could go back I would have chosen some form of engineering or computer science.  BUT if we’re talking about total dream/fun job than I would probably pick being a “Brewery Ambassador”…where I would get paid to go to beer festivals, tap takeovers, talk to people, post on Instagram, work the taproom…and oh yeah drink good beer.

 And now 11 random facts about me:

  1. I’m addicted to slippers…I go through a pair a month because I wear them nonstop.
  2. I ran hurdles in high school and actually made it to state my Jr Year…only to fall in the prelims…twice.
  3. I love milk…and drink it at least once a day.  Lance thinks this is super weird…but I didn’t grow up having pop in the house so this is totally normal to me.
  4. I randomly bust out in song…usually a current pop hit…and sometimes don’t even realize I’m doing it.
  5. playing off #4…I was in choir my Jr/Sr year of high school and thus in the yearly musical.  I never got a significant role…but I still really enjoyed being a part of it.
  6. I’ve lived in 4 states:  Nebraska, Utah, Virginia and now Kansas.
  7. My hair grows like a weed.  I’ve done massive chops now 4 or 5 times…3 of those times I donated it.
  8. In high school I drove a 1980 Mercury Marquis that was originally banana yellow but thanks to several accidents and my mechanic step-dad by the time it was mine it had a blue fender, red driver door, white rear door, and brown hood.  Oh and I got it stuck at a barn party once and from then on had to use a screw driver to start it.  It got voted “best car” and is forever immortalized in my senior yearbook.  #somanystories
  9. I love a good TV-series and basically anything on HBO.  GIRLS is really good this season and I’m counting down the days till Game of Thrones starts.  Past favorites include Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Wire, Leftovers and Big Love.  I’m also slightly embarrassed to admit that I watch The Grinder and love every second of it.
  10. I cuss like a sailor…but have to dial it down around my kids obviously.  If I’m alone in the car then look out…F bombs be flying.
  11. I HATE being late to things…I get really flustered if I’m not on time which has been quite the adjustment since having kids.  Kids don’t give two shits about schedules.


Since this post is like a million miles long I don’t have the energy to nominate anyone else so I quit.




A few weekends ago Lance and I took advantage of my Mom being in town and went on a little day date to explore some local breweries.   When talking with the various brewtenders and some other patrons we always started off with the “we recently moved here!” bit.  We felt like tourists on vacation.  A little escape from the burbs to the city…the city we don’t know and doesn’t yet feel like home.



As we closely followed the route on the map neither of us had a clue what streets went where or nifty shortcuts to avoid traffic.  Put me in downtown Salt Lake and I’ll get you anywhere in the valley!  But here…nope not a clue.  I35 terrifies me.  Sure I’ve got our little suburb down and the major areas figured out…I can get you to the nearest Target and liquor store after all!  But I can’t help but wonder when it will feel like HOME.  When backroads will become my daily route and local beer won’t seem so “cool” and new.  When the “newness” will wear off and the comforting feel of an old worn in tee will take over.



I find myself missing Salt Lake from time to time.  The familiarity of it.  We had our “go to” date spots and knew whether certain restaurants were kid friendly and what Jack may or may not eat there.  We had our favorite Target cashiers and the Sunday morning Starbucks barista who knew Jack’s order (chocolate milk and pumpkin bread!) every week. I knew exactly how far and which streets to take in our neighborhood to get whatever milage I was after for every run.  When family and friends visited we knew where to take them for the best chicken noodle soup (Porcupine) and ice cream (Farrs).


The unique thing about being a Utah transplant is that you instantly bond with other transplants…who moved there for work or just simply because they love the mountains.  For that reason the majority of our friends there were not locals either and eventually planned to move back closer to family.  Some of our dearest had already left by the time we packed up our boxes and said goodbye.  But some still remain…and I miss them.  I miss our zoo dates, bookclub meetings, and monthly bunco nights which always turned into a laugh fest.


I know these things take time…change is always hard and moving is never easy.  Now that the dust has settled (literally…like I should probably dust one day here soon) I’m eager to fall in love with this city.  I want to feel like a local and not an outsider.  I want to be able to point out the best local BBQ joint and have a spot in the garage dedicated to our Royals tailgating gear.  I want to wear my Charlie Hustle shirt and not feel like a poser.


Spring is the season of “new beginnings” and it’s starting to feel that way around here.  Coming out of the newborn/baby phase Allison is changing daily it seems and we’re all getting more comfortable with our new way of life as a family of 4.  The sun is shining through the windows a little later each night and the promise of warmer days is upon us.  As we move past the “just moved” phase into the “KC newbie” phase I know things will start to feel more like Home.  Roots will dig in as we make memories here.  The difference about this move vs ones in the past is that this one is likely for the long haul…where our kids will grow up and come back to to call their Home.

Let’s just get on with it already.


  1. Our Utah house the day we moved…it wasn’t the prettiest from the outside but we sure put a lot of love and life into the inside.  It will always hold a special place in our heart as our first home.
  2. Jack running through the field of a nearby park…our go-to place to burn that toddler energy.  The pretty mountains were a constant backdrop to our daily adventures.
  3. My sister “Titanic-ing” over the Valley.
  4. Teaching Jack to “cheers” at our favorite local brewpub Red Rock…our go-to date night spot and where we went to celebrate Lance landing his job that brought us to Kansas.
  5. One final zoo date with Leslie and Pipes before we both said goodbye to Utah.  Now if only they had moved to Kansas too😉
  6. Mini sleeping in her favorite spot in our Utah backyard…under our Love Tree which we had to leave behind😦

Friday Hodgepodge

You guys…I’m kicking it back to the OG blog.  Remember when I did these?!  I’m working on a post that is more “feel-y” but since I have no one to talk to all day while I work from home…I need an outlet for my random thoughts and crap I find on the internet.  You’re welcome.

Five hodgepodge things from me to you…here we go!

(1) Thought of the week:

I live in constant fear that daycare will call and tell me to pick up one of my “sick” kids.

Jack came home from daycare last Friday with a fever…which turned into a 5 day evil stomach bug.  I’ll spare you the details but let’s just say diapers were brought back (no shame) and I may never eat chocolate pudding again.  By Monday kid was fever free but we kept him home that day…and the next…because of the um…mess.

This marks the 4th time in the last 6ish weeks that I’ve had to keep one of our children home from daycare for 1+ days.  We had the pink-eye-that-wasn’t, the post-lunch-vomit which lead to nothing but another day home with Mom, the RSV (legit…poor baby girl), and now this evil rotavirus thing.  I’m over it.  I’m also that Mom that will drug my kid up in the morning to keep any sign of a fever at bay…just in case.  This all leads me to…

(2) Link of the week:

For the working Mom with sick kids.


(3) Tweet of the week:


Man I love me some pissed off Cersei.  Thanks to buzzfeed for explaining all the scenes because SO MUCH HAPPENING!!!!  GAH! 6 WEEKS! #youknownothingjonsnow

(4) Beer of the week:


Since moving to Kansas we’ve been mostly enjoying and trying out the local beers…but for some reason Lance picked up a six pack of Easy Street the other day and I must say it went down pretty easy Tuesday night after a LONG DAY home with Jack.

(5) Song of the week:

Flo Rida – My House

“Open  up the champagne…POP!”

Jack has declared this song “Dad’s Jam”…we may have had a couple much needed dance parties in the kitchen this week to this song.


Happy Friday!