Happy Tuesday to you and thanks so much for stopping by for coffee this morning.
If we were really meeting for coffee today I would tell you to come here. My house is still pretty clean from the baby shower on Saturday and we know that's not gonna last forever, so...Pick up your
coffee and come on over. Or I will make you some.
What are you having this morning?
So, I survived the shower and the weekend and the bathroom and the whole crazy week for that matter.
By the time Sunday rolled around I was tired and worn out and stayed in my pajamas all day long.
I didn't even leave the house...only stepping outside on the front porch a couple of times...that's it.
It was much needed.
And lucky for me, Eric took the kids to lunch at his parent's house and then to Target so I had a few hours to myself on Sunday. He also let me sleep in and went and got me coffee when I got up because we were out at home. I know, he is one seriously sweet husband, right?
Unfortunately, I didn't get a lot of pictures, kinda hard when you are hosting I guess.
I didn't even get a good picture of the cute banner I made for the nursery or the yellow and white one
I made with vintage fabric scraps from a huge fabric box my mother-in-law recently gave me.
This is some of the fabric I used though, taken last week when I was cutting it out:
I love the floral one in the middle. So 70's looking to me.
If we were really meeting for coffee today at my house you would have to go check out my new bathroom. But really, you wouldn't truly appreciate it if you didn't see how nasty it was before.
Ugly and embarrassing. Green tile on the walls. Gross floor.
And my favorite part is that the huge vanity/sink is gone and suddenly our (already too-small) bathroom looks like it doubled in size. Love that.
So the Great Big Bathroom Remodel took one week exactly and although there was a plumbing problem Friday and a plumber had to come and it was getting pretty ugly around here by Saturday, it did not end in divorce somehow. whew.
My mom made little baby bootie mints for the shower. I told her it was not 1987 and we did not
have to have the mints or little baby bootie nut cups but she insisted. I didn't argue. Wyatt made most
of those little nut cups up there on the cake stand and he was so proud of himself, it was pretty cute.
Don't you love how just knowing that you are having company motivates you to really get stuff done?
I love that. Too bad I always plan to get so much more done than I actually do. Oh well.
If we were meeting for coffee this morning I would tell you I am going to have an extra 4-year old
and a 6-month old here for the next two days. Lord, give me strength. I have a good friend that is having a babysitter emergency, what can ya do? When I worked I hated dealing with that daycare stuff,
Well, thanks so much for stopping by for coffee!