Have a darling weekend.

I'm in love with this baby bunny - and with those short black fingernails! I must schedule a gel manicure for this weekend and get mine done the same way toute de suite. What are you up to this weekend? I am absolutely dying for spring. It's been so unseasonably warm and rainy here that it's hard not to think that spring is just around the corner. I'm itching for longer days, more time outside and to feel warm sun on my face. It seems so close. Does it seem close where you are, too?

And here are a few links for your weekend:

I had all but forgotten about this album. So. Many. Memories.

Coco's class had a "stuffy party" (?!) and for her ONE stuffy, she chose to take this one. Heart warmed.

They don't call it beauty sleep for nothing!

Birdseye view.

I'm sorry, but there's just no way I cannot make this.

Still the worst DIY ever.

Emotional courage.

Whoa. I have no words. (But I'll never buy Frankincense again. Shoot!)


They are truly the best sandwiches in the world.

I'm absolutely loving this bag.

Sorry for the light posting this week! Theo has a stomach bug and J and I had a lot on our plates. So, enjoy your weekend and I plan to see you back here Monday! xo

(Photo via Pinterest)


  1. OMG, spring seems so close in Seattle! So close I don't even want to go sledding in the mountains, but I will because the kids will love it and I feel like I haven't really given winter a chance this time around. And good heavens, that Marth Stewart taking a sharpie to her Louboutins. She crazy.

  2. That bunny! :)

    What a bummer about essential oils. Reading that confirmed some uneasiness I've long had about Young Living. I'm also just uncomfortable with multi-level-marketing; among other things, it feels like it can very easily muddy the waters of friendship, but that's another story. I've also been wondering about how EOs have become ubiquitous. I mean, I thought this stuff was supposed to be hard to come by and I'm seeing bottles at Target. Bummer about Frankincense :(.

    Been using EOs for years and have loved Valerie Ann Worwood's book "Aromatherapy for the Health Child." It's been great for our family.

    Also, I made that enchilada casserole today, and it was a hit! Tweaked it a bit, but yuh-um :). Going to add it to the rotation.

    Also, Martha Stewart and the Sharpie. Ha-ha!

    Thanks for the great links! Hope your little dude is feeling better.



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