Linking up at Life Rearranged again for Insta-Friday.
This picture looks like it was taken up north in the Fall.
It was really taken here in Florida in January, but it is cute all the same.
These are the most comfortable, warm slippers in the world.
Too bad I only get to wear them 1.5 days of the year when our temps drop below 70.
Those slippers and these chocolates make for a wonderful naptime activity for mommy.
We need to call the ghostbusters for this guy.
Look at those flowing curls.
I couldn't bear to part with them, so I just cut the front.
This is the finished product.
Why yes, thanks for asking, my baby does now rock a full on mullet.
Ethan had a lunch date this week.
It looks like sparks flying to me.
The. Best. Ever.
George has been begging me for almost two years to stay for "lunch bunch" at his preschool.
The kicker was when he actually cried to his teacher this week because "he was the only one who never gets to stay" (said in an extremely dramatic tone).
I finally gave in, but I did tell him it would not be happening on a regular basis.
I want to have lunch with him for as long as possible.
I know he will be in kindergarten before we can blink, and our afternoons together will be a thing of the past.
I want to hold on as long as I can, ya know?
I have been tutoring these crazy kids for the last twenty weeks.
I loved every minute and will miss thier cute smiles on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
On to the embarrassing . . .
I got this picture from my dad on Sunday when George was at their house.
How sad does this look?
He wanted to help clean the garage, and my mom didn't want him to mess up his church clothes.
Here was the end result.
Sorry, George. Mommy is very sorry.
But I couldn't stop laughing when I saw it . . . if I am being honest.
Embarrassing picture number 2.
My sister took Ethan to church on Wednesday night, and this is the picture I received.
I have no idea what is going on.
I do know that is shirt is off, and he has a flower headband on his head.
That is all I have to say about that.
Hope your week was as hilarious as mine.