More reasons we're loving springtime...
Coffee Outside with Daddy on his lunch break.
Making "pancakes" out of melting snow.
Listening to music with Baby Ouisa.
Finally being able to hang laundry outside!
Look who popped out to say Hi yesterday for the first time! We were so excited to see them that we danced around and ran through the house looking for a camera to take their pictures.
Yesterday evening, daddy pushed Scouty in the stroller and I lugged my big round belly to the park where we played until it started to get dark. When we got back home, Scouty said, "Daddy! I need to show you something! It's a pretty surprise and it's yellow..." but when we got to the flower bed, the flowers had already closed up for the night. We quietly tip-toed inside to make sure we didn't wake them.
This is Scouty's baby, Pinky Twisty. We have been practicing being a big sister with Pinky Twisty. Lately, our most fun game to play with her is to push her stroller to the top of our yard and let her roll roll roll down to the bottom, where she usually tips over and lands in the dirt. Kurt is convinced that this is inappropriate Big Sister Training, but Pinky Twisty swears it's the funnest thing ever.
I am also thrilled with our upcoming schedule over the next few weeks. Instead of a steady block of story times and trips to the mall play area, we're booked for Egg Hunts, a luau in Peters Township, a puppet show tomorrow, and Scouty's birthday party is even next month. I am going to rent the visitor's center at Round Hill Farm. Scouty has already suggested that we all dress like farmers.
There are also about 11 weeks until our wedding.
I still have no idea how to go about beginning to plan for this event.
I don't have a dress. I don't have any decor. All we have is a venue and a bunch of jumbled up ideas and inspiration. Rustic, handmade, homemade, low key, smart and put together. Where should I start?