Project 365: Days 9-14, 2011

((Project 365 = Jenny at The Rigney’s idea of documenting the year by taking a photo a day for 1 year and posting each week’s photos every Saturday. Wanna take part? Start anytime & go for 365 days! Drop me a comment if you’re gonna do it!))

Yay! I officially made it through 2 weeks of Project 365! Here are my shots for the week:

January 9: Small Group Kick-Off —  I made the Pioneer Woman’s Mocha Brownies for our church’s small group kick-off Sunday evening — but I forgot to take a picture of them all pretty on a plate. So here are the leftovers in a pan. Hmmm. You’ll have to take my word for it that they tasted good. 🙂

January 10: Mommy Night Do you know how awesome my husband is? Every Monday night, he comes home after a long day at work, makes dinner, plays with the kids, & puts the kids to bed — all so I can go out to enjoy an evening to myself for shopping, errands, relaxing…whatever.  It’s as divine as it sounds. Anyway, I’ve had some work to catch up on, so this past Monday night I opted to hang out at the local coffee shop while I worked. Here’s the proof. It was great. :

January 11: Elmo Hat – I dunno. I just looked and she was running around with this Elmo basket on her head. It was cute, so I took a picture. 🙂

January 12: Chaos Theory – I took this picture to document the chaos that my life/house was that day. It doesn’t even fully capture it. Little did I know that Thursday would be worse. Also, I think I watched the movie “Chaos Theory” that night (which I don’t really recommend).

January 13: Mr. Bump – Sweet child. Cut lip. Lots of blood. Pregnant mom with no experience with stitches/blood. Pregnant mom freaking out while frantically calling grandparents to come over & help her figure out what to do. Child A-OK — totally fine. Pregnant mom glad that morning is over. 🙂

January 14 – Birthday Cake – Friday was M’s birthday! The kids & I had fun preparing. For dinner I made the Pioneer Woman’s Marlboro Man Sandwiches (because apparently men are supposed to love them – and he did :)), and we followed up by the W family traditional buttermilk cake, which the kids had a blast decorating:

(*bonus picture!*)

Alright, so there’s our week. What about yours?!


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