Happy Friday y’all, coffee cup cheers! I’m linking up with A. Liz Adventures for the 5 on Friday so let’s get to it, shall we?!
ONE – GUNS UP. This sweet-precious-funny-beautiful thing is 10 months TODAY. Stop the press, I really cannot believe we’ve been parents for TEN whole months and we haven’t totally sucked at it either! Phew! What the heck did we ever do without your sweet smile in our lives? She reeeeeeally wants to walk and is cruising around on the furniture like nobody’s bizness. Slow your roll baby doll, Mama needs to baby proof the house like YESTERDAY.
TWO – Rails ‘Hunter’ Plaid Shirt I have a slight obsession with these pretty plaid threads. They’re packed with the perfect pops of color and I’m trying to decide between these three for my next purchase. They fit SO good. I have a longer torso and hate hate HATE when I have to worry about a top not being long enough. As a point of reference I’m 5’7 and I wear a small. It’s a comfy fit with room to move. The x-small fits length wise, but is snug when I button it.
THREE – YSL Babydoll Mascara – Before I got pregnant I used Latisse and LOVED what it did to my lashes, but now I keep it more natural with some good ol’ fashioned mascara. This stuff is GOOD. Give it a whirl if you’re looking for something to add volume and a little length.
FOUR – May Designs lined notebook. When it comes to planning, I’m an old fashioned paper and pencil kind of gal. My sister got me this a couple years ago and I seriously love it! It’s perfect for every day notes or even a journal. I use it for my to-do lists. Lists, lists and more lists. Lord help me. Best of all this is only around $20, including the monogram.
FIVE – A parent gave me the sweetest gift at the beginning of the year. This monogrammed YETI tumbler. I loooooove it. If you haven’t jumped on the YETI train yet, you’re missing out. I use it every single day for my coffee and other choice beverages on the weekend. Holler! And of course…get it monogrammed like she did (Etsy). Duh.
And finally, I know there’s only supposed to be FIVE things, but I can’t help but add a SIXTH.
SIX – 9.11.01 It’s been fourteen years since terrorists attacked us on our own soil. I still remember turning on the news that morning just after the first tower was hit. I was living in Lubbock and remember the feeling of panic and chaos even though I was half way across the country. We all felt it. That would be the day our world would change forever.
May we never forget and God Bless the United States of America.