This week consisted of all our favorite kiddos and a handful of meals shared with the people we love. Week three…you were good.
First, I don’t have a picture for it, but we found out this week that Bret got accepted to Talbot School of Theology for his masters degree program! Insert a mental image of huge smiles, lots of thumbs up, and congratulatory hugs and kisses. Huge deal, babe!
In much less exciting news, breakfast this week was yogurt with blueberries and cinnamon. Delish.
Cooking with millet for the first time was pretty fun. I made some honey banana oatmeal muffins. Super healthy snack!
I got to celebrate my friend Stephanie’s birthday with a delicious lunch together. Her adorable kiddos came too!
This is Sawyer. Look how adorable that little guys is.
I made dinner for by best friend. Homemade tomato soup and my Sweet Kale Salad. Our husbands had a guys night at Outback. So we took advantage of that time and spent the night in with her kids and ate like rabbits.
I had to take a quick shot of the sunset from her front yard.
This is Uriah and Zeke. They are wonderful. We had a blast screaming and singing about bananas.
Relaxing in bed. Reading blogs, flipping through Real Simple, and thanking God for some much desired rest.
Thursday was Family Night at Bret’s parents. I made a chocolate cobbler for dessert. No good pictures. It gotten eaten up too quickly!
The best part of the night was spending time with my niece Lucy. I am bias…but isn’t she THE cutest baby girl you’ve ever seen. Its a fact. Plain and simple.
It was so fun playing with her during that last spurt of energy before bedtime.
Bret took me out on the town for our monthly date night! Benihana and Les Miserables. It was just lovely.
One of the best things to happen this week was a family BBQ at my dad’s house. I got to see my brother for the first time in a while. He lives out in Utah for his job. Unfortunately, he doesn’t like his picture taken, but here are some other fun pictures.
That was our week for the most part. It was such a blessing to be able to cook, spend time with friends and family, and have some restful moments. Thanks for reading!