We had a beautiful weekend with amazing weather. What is it about a little sunshine that helps make all seem right with the world.
On Saturday we tackled a bunch of errands like getting new shoes for the boys, trying to find pants that don’t slide off their teeny waists and I may or may not have dragged them into Paper Source. Ok, I did! It’s just such a pretty shop. My past work experience is in buying and let me tell you it was a snooze, but I think it would be so much fun for Paper Source.
That evening Jon and Hudson headed out on a father/son date to Monster Jam! Hudson loved it! I headed out to a 65th birthday party so I wasn’t with them. I did get to face time with them and see my little man enjoy the show. He was concentrating so deeply that he didn’t notice I was on the phone.
On Sunday we tackled a little DIY blanket ladder project in the morning.
Then on Sunday we took it easy in the morning and then while the boys napped with Jon I ventured out with my sister and mom to Lord & Taylor. I seriously wanted everything I saw. So many pretty options!
I loved these shorts. They reminded me of my favorite serapa blankets. So perfect for the summer!
These embroidered white shorts also caught my eye.
Our main reason for our shopping outing was for my Mom to find shoes for my sisters wedding. She found a pretty pair and I did a little shopping myself and fell in love with these shoes:
They are blush with a striped chunky heel and I was super bummed when they didn’t have my size!
We ended our day at my parents house for dinner. It was so beautiful out we played a little soccer outside with the boys while we waited for dinner.
Asher bought his own date to dinner:
We ended our night on a sweet note with a stop at Carvel before we headed home. Have you guys seen these drip cone holders before? I just heard of cone version on Shark Tank and then bam plastic ones at Carvel this weekend.
All in all it was a great weekend. I didn’t accomplish a ton of work or housework, but we got to spend time together and enjoy ourselves. What else can you ask for?