Weekly recap

We had a pretty busy week full of chores, some fun, and a ton of family.

 

Peanut hung out at daycare while Jon and I straightened up the house.

 

The weather participated so we were able to clean the yard, cut back the bushes, get some shopping done (it’s insane how many things you can get done when you don’t have an adorable little kid hanging on your hip), go out to see a movie, grout the tile.

 

Thursday morning we packed up the Peanut and drove our hungry butts to Western MA for some turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and about 12 different pies.  Peanut gobbled up the delicious

 

Everyone has traditions for the holidays – ours involve a lot of driving and this trusty friend.

 

After eating way too much, we decided to brave some Black Friday deals.  It was tough, but we did get a couple of great deals.

 

Following some tough shopping, I cleaned up and drove to Boston to hang out with some friends and attend my 10 year high school reunion.  10 years.  That’s just nuts.

 

The best part of the trip was getting to hang out with my future son-in-law.

 

As much fun as the trip was, I was glad to be home on Saturday morning so I could hang out with this little gal.

 

Peanut is having a hard time kicking her cold, resulting in a ton of snot and a bit of whining.

 

After some cuddles and a ton of family bonding, Jon and I suited up and headed out to Hartford to hang out with Jon’s family to celebrate his mom’s birthday!  Happy birthday mom!

 

We had a delicious dinner followed by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra show.

 

To say that it was amazing would be a huge understatement.

 

Today we’re relaxing, cleaning up, and gearing up for getting back to work.

 

How was your Turkey day?

Cranberry sauce – home made or out of the can?


Comments

  1. Now I want to go see the Trans Siberian orchestra!

  2. Ive always wanted to go see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra but have never gone. Now that really makes me want to go and see it.

    Starbucks is always a great thing to have:)

  3. I just realized our traditions also involve lots of driving and caffeine. Never thought of them as traditions (just chores!) until now.
    I also attended my 10 year HS reunion this summer and had a great time. Although I felt like I already knew what everyone was up to. Hope no one thought I was a creepy stalker. Stupid facebook!
    Trans-Siberian Orchestra?! LUCKY!!!

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