“On cold December fragrant chaplets blow, / And heavy harvests nod beneath the snow.” — Alexander Pope
I’m so glad it is December.
This is absolutely one of my very favorite months ever. And the fact that this is my baby’s first Christmas…well, this month is more than welcome around here! As I said in my last post, I like writing to-do lists. But I like writing realistic ones. Or at least ones that give me a breather some months. Last month, my to-do list was pretty soft. But I knew I had a baby on the way and didn’t want to overcommit. (<–Or let’s be real…I wouldn’t have gotten anything done anyway, but I would have had guilt along with it!) Anyway, I’m looking at another soft month ahead, and I’m totally excited about that! Here we go, December 2017:
Celebrate my baby’s baptism. I’m about halfway done with her gown. I can’t wait for her special day!!
Make 4 new recipes. Currently thinking: rigatoni, crab pot pie, and sloppy joe’s…I still need one more.
Continue to toddler-proof the house. It’s part of my grand plan for a cleaner house with less cleaning. ha!
Play some Christmas music on the piano. “Sleigh Ride” is a real favorite of mine.
Read “A Christmas Carol” by Dickens. Because it’s Christmastime.
Bake Christmas cookies. See above.
Finish my two knitting projects. I’m making a turban and a stocking for my baby! Shhh…it’s a surprise!
Mail out Christmas cards! Because stationary and photos are so much fun. And I kind of need to.
Wrap presents. And there are a lot of them. Good thing I love wrapping paper parties!
Spend my very favorite holiday with my very favorite people. I LOVE Christmas!
And that’s pretty much it! So, not a lot of hardcore “t0-doing.” But that’s because I know myself too well. haha Because when it comes down to it, all I really want to be doing in December is spending time at home: cooking, knitting, crafting, drinking coffee (and shopping online). So here’s to a restful December 2017! What are your plans?
I was going to say that this November 2017 was my most eventful month of the year. But then I thought through the rest of the year and realized a lot happened in 2017: Army OCS graduation in February, moving in April, finding out in July we are moving again, another graduation in August, my daughter turning two in September, and then of course this month. Those were all big and fairly life-effecting events. But November 2017 still takes the cake. Because my baby arrived healthy and safe and perfect. And that’s a life-changing event! And my favorite kind of event.
But, in keeping with the tradition of these round-ups, let me review my to-do list to see how much I actually got done from it:
Develop a fixed blogging schedule. hahhahahahhaha. This month doesn’t count for having one. Next month.
Knit a Christmas stocking for my baby. I’m at least halfway there!
Write a bit in my novel. This one kinda makes me sad. I wish I had gotten some done. Even just a bit!!
Nest. I full-throttled nested! And still am.
Get back into pilates. It’s still modified as I have to heal my diastasis recti, but it’s going great.
Take a ton of photos. I’m not even done. But yes I took lots of photos.
Celebrate Thanksgiving. Baby’s First Thanksgiving!
Black Friday. With “black friday deals week” I didn’t actually have to shop on ACTUAL black friday.
Quite a few of those were softball assignments, but I did that on purpose. I like having a breathable to-do list when I have something big and life-changing and emotionally impactful coming up– in my case, having a baby. And just as a warning for next post, I’m pretty sure my December to-do list will be even MORE softball. But I don’t mind ending my year quietly–it only makes for an even bigger January!
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you’ll come back soon. Not just for my December to-do list, but for a few posts I have in the works– specifically a gift-giving guide for your soldier, as well as my November ipsy unboxing, to name a few. Thanks as always for your support; I really enjoy writing for you, and I really hope you enjoy reading!
Bye-bye, November 2017!! You were good to me. In fact, you were my favorite month this year.
I know I haven’t been posting lately…but I couldn’t think of a better way to “get back on my blog” with a post wishing all my readers a happy thanksgiving. I’m so grateful for your readership! I know it goes without saying…but a blog doesn’t exist without readers. So thank you for coming back so often to read and to support this place!
Without taking up more of your time on this holiday– Happy Thanksgiving, 2017 style!
And PS: thanks for being so patient and understanding about my absence. I was taking off time for my little growing family. But you should see some new posts popping up here and there during the holidays. Maybe not as frequent as usual, but I’ll be around. I hope you will be too!
“November always seemed to me the Norway of the year.” – Emily Dickinson
It’s officially November 2017 (and a day!) And I’m just so thrilled. I feel like November is the kickstart of winter (maybe because I live in the south, so fall isn’t super cold around here?) I don’t know, it just feels so wintery once November hits. The clocks change, the weather dips, I shop a ton, and of course holidays galore start happening. <–dying of excitement. But before I get carried away with what I want to do, let me put it in list form!
Develop a fixed blogging schedule. I like schedules and think this could be beneficial around here.
Knit a Christmas stocking for my baby. I have made one for each member of our family, and it’s her turn!
Write a bit in my novel. I know this November is going to be busy, but I don’t want to leave my book behind.
Nest. Because what other activity is there really to do with a newborn??
Get back into pilates. It’s okay that pregnancy made me take a break, but postpartum pilates will be great.
Take a ton of photos. Mostly photoshoots of our daughters, but also some family holiday pictures!
Celebrate Thanksgiving. I just love the holidays and Thanksgiving gives me warm and happy feelings.
Black Friday. ‘Nuff said.
I’m keeping this list a bit smaller, like I said in my last post. I know that life with a baby will take our days into a nice, slow routine and I don’t want to put too much pressure on myself to get things done. I mean, I like to have expectations for myself. But I also like to be realistic. ha! I know myself and I know that the winter is all about slowing down and enjoying little things like baking and online shopping. And every day with a newborn is slow and full of those “moments” you want to remember forever. I’m just feeling really grateful for how lovely this fall has been, and I feel so sure that this winter is going to be even more special. I’m a true homebody at heart and every day with my family is something I treasure forever.
Thanks so much for stopping by. I would love to know your November 2017 plans. Leave a comment below about them, and I hope you’ll come back soon!
“Oh, greenly and fair in the lands of the sun, / The vines of the gourd and the rich melon run, / And the rock and the tree and the cottage enfold, / With broad leaves all greenness and blossoms all gold.” – John Greenleaf Whittier
It’s the end of October and I’m so happy it’s here! This was one of my very favorite Octobers ever– so it’s not that I wanted to get it over with. But it was just such a good month that I’m totally at peace with it ending. Unlike some busy months, I didn’t feel like this one slipped away from me. It was a long, fun, and memorable month and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Plus, I am just so excited for November, all the holidays, and shopping a ton, so saying goodbye to October isn’t too hard. It’s an easy and happy chapter of the year to close.
House clean my blog – Didn’t finish, but made progress!
Finish my baby tutu – Done and it was SUCH a fun project. Frivolous but super fun.
Read “The Beautiful and the Damned” by F. Scott Fitzgerald – Still working on it; not quite done.
Complete my baby diary – OMGEE I DID THIS. After months of saying I’d catch up–I finally did!!
Buy some clearance fall decor – I didn’t buy autumny “fall” decor, but we did get some fun halloween stuff.
Sign up for a class or study phone photography tips – I might make a post reviewing the course I did!
Spend Halloween with my family – Needless to say this our best Halloween yet (after 3 missed Halloweens, our very first spent together married!
There is a lot we did this month that was not mentioned above–with my favorites being all the usual fall-welcoming suspects: chilly walks, coffee, decorating, fall shopping, seasonal cleaning, baby nesting, (<–that’s a usual part of fall for me), cooking soup, lighting candles, etc. And while I’m not a fan of the cold, I can’t deny that it has added to the ambience of the month, and really helped welcome fall in. Plus, who can say no to extra coffee and cozy sweaters? Not me!
This month’s round-up had a small to-do list, but I feel really accomplished! Even though some of these were easy, nothing feels THAT easy when you’re in the final weeks of pregnancy! I’m glad I made a shorter list because it kept me from feeling overwhelmed, or like I was setting myself up for failure. I think the last time I got everything done on my to-do list was in January of this year, although my April list was also almost completed too! I might stick with this “lighter” listing over the next few months, as things pick up speed with the holidays and a new baby. Or maybe I’ll totally overcommit next post when I come up with my November to-do list. 🙂 Come back soon to see!
” O hushed October morning mild, / Thy leaves have ripened to the fall; / Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild, / Should waste them all.” – Robert Frost
It’s October! For so long, I didn’t really like this month…it’s cold…it’s in the way of Thanksgiving and Christmas…it’s full of scary decorations in all the stores. But for some reason, this October I’m totally getting into the spirit of fall! Maybe it’s because I’m in the south and so September didn’t really feel like the fall. Or maybe it’s because my baby will be here soon, that October 2017 is full of good feelings and anticipation. Whatever the reason is, I’m just happy to be excited for this month! And excited for getting my to-do list done:
House clean my blog – I have some irrelevant content that I want to sweep up and trash.
Write my guest blog post – I still need to do this. It’s been on my list for a while.
Finish my baby tutu – I’m working on the top ruffle, and then need to do the bottom one and the waistband!
Read “The Beautiful and the Damned” by F. Scott Fitzgerald – For my book club. And for me.
Complete my baby diary – You guys, I’ve made so much progress. I just need a FINAL push to get this done!
Buy some clearance fall decor – I never really stocked up, and don’t feel like doing it at full price!
Sign up for a class or study phone photography tips – Mostly for blogging, but also just for us.
Spend Halloween with my family – I don’t even like Halloween, but we’ve been married for 4 and never spent one together!
Is it bad my to-do list is shorter than normal? It’s just that last month I made an ambitious list and got like none of it done. So I’m trying to be a bit more realistic. And I also don’t want to put too much pressure on myself, as I really want to enjoy this fall and special time! For some reason, I haven’t been as “productive” lately when it comes to checking off my lists, but I’ve been having really happy and productive days. So it kinda balances itself out in the end I guess! Anyway, what’s on your October 2017 t0-do list? I would love to know, so leave a comment below! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you’ll be back soon for my next post. (Spoiler: It’s a revelation of the baby mobile I’ve been working on!) See you soon!
“Bronze bells’ breeze of September showers, / Freezing fluttering fragile flowers, / Tearing the time’s tide tactile sense / May leave long love’s lighting lance in tense.” – Marieta Maglas
I love posting round-ups of the month because I get to revisit the past 30ish days and contemplate what we did! This month, pretty much everything we did was NOT on my to-do list. Which I was totally okay with! It was a wonderful month. I always love September and this was a particularly good one. But sometimes good = fun which can also mean too much fun, or in my case, just not getting a lot of my “projected” items done. Here’s my attempts on the to-do list I made at the beginning of the month:
Celebrate my toddler’s birthday! It was a really, really fun day. We did a 2-day celebration for turning 2!
Hmmm… 3/10. Not my best record. In fact, I think it’s my worst! But like I said, we did a lot that wasn’t on the list, and they were (almost) all important things. We created a (paper) list of things that we hadn’t gotten done around the house that were long overdue, and we did every single one of them! I can’t tell you how relieving that felt. haha Plus I need to take a moment to mention that the Starbucks in our area began carrying the PSL and Salted Carmel Mochas, among other things. It’s too important of a September thing to not make note of. Besides the aforementioned coffee, this month was full of swimming, walks, and playdates (toddler mom life), and those are the unplanned things that filled up the month with a lot of fun and special memories.
Anyways, enough about me. What did you do this month? I hope that you will come back soon to see my hopes and dreams for October. And thanks so much for stopping by!
After moving 10 times (Army brat life), I thought I pretty much had the whole PCSing thing down pat. (For non-military fam readers, PCS means Permanent Change of Station, and it’s the military term for moving from place to place). Then I made my first official move as an Army wife and learned that I didn’t actually have it all down pat. Big surprise. <–not really.
One important note: this is actually our second “move” but it’s still our first real PCS. It’s the first time that we were being sent somewhere, by the Army, during which they fully helped us with the move (giving us time, resources, etc). Our first move deserves a blog post of it’s own, but to put it simply: it was one of those scrappy throw-your-goods-in-a-Uhaul-and-drive kind of deals that happened in a 48-hour period. We had just gotten married and were moving in together, at our new assignment. This time around, we were given a whole month’s notice to move *gasp!* So this PCS was basically great. Kind of.
Anyway, despite the big “notice” we had ahead of the PCS, and the fact that it was to be my 11th move, I learned a lot. Quite a bit more than I thought I would, and I plan to keep these things in mind for our next move. Which is scheduled to be in the next 6 months. We shall see if that actually happens or not!
1. Things happened fast.
I wasn’t anticipating such a great (read: TIMELY) moving team. They packed AND moved us in 1 day. That rarely happens. Ever. And their drop-off day was 3 business days after pick-up. That’s also a little (read: VERY) unusual. We literally sat in our apartment and within the same day, it was completely boxed up and emptied out. When we got to our next station, everything was unloaded and in our new house within a week of when it was taken from our apartment. I was utterly impressed. And grateful because I had horrible morning sickness. #9weekspregnant
2. Everything goes.
I knew the packers would pack everything besides perishables and liquids. But on our end of the process, I wasn’t expecting to take everything. We donated one trunkful of items, and threw away quite a bit of open food, but that was it. (Note: sorting through food is NOT a first-trimester-morning-sickness-friendly activity. I do not recommend it). I had totally planned to do a grand and rigorous pack-n-purge before the move. But it turns out I was in the early stages of my second pregnancy when we moved and morning sickness was way too much of an obstacle. We just ended up taking everything, and that was okay in the end. It was nobody’s fault but my own, but I realized that for next move, things aren’t going to throw themselves out! haha
3. Not everyone wants pizza 3 meals a day.
Crazy, right? Jk. I didn’t think about how often the packers/movers are offered pizza. It was too hard not to feed the crew because there they were, working in my house all day. But I wish I would have REALLY asked them what they wanted, because no family of three needs $40 worth of pizza. haha They were gracious but pretty much hardly partook of the meal. I learned from this, especially since some crews are understaffed (on purpose) and like to plow through the workday as fast as they can. In that case, maybe having grazable snacks and drinks on hand is more flexible for them, and for us.
4. The truth doesn’t always come out on the paperwork.
I learned this one the hard way. The head packer told me straight to my face that he wouldn’t notate on paperwork that any of my furniture or belongings were damaged, unless they really were. He schmoozed us reassuringly, saying he didn’t want to just “cover” for his company and that they would accurately describe my items’ conditions. It was all talk. When I got my paperwork and all my belongings on the other side of the move, the paperwork was not accurate for many items. Almost every item that had even the slightest bit of value was marked as damaged and some items were severely misrepresented. To the point that I was like… “Wait, are we even talking about the same item? If my electric keyboard was this horrendously mangled, it wouldn’t even turn on.” It was frustrating to say the least.
5. The paperwork was more detailed than I thought.
While the “conditions” section of the paperwork was heavily inaccurate, I was shocked at how descriptive the paperwork was (in a good way). Any item not in a box, was listed (strollers, chairs, baskets, guitars, table legs, etc.) by name. And the boxes were all vaguely described as well. I thought we would just have 45 identical boxes with “bedroom” or “living room” marked on them. But no! Each (numbered) box was also given a brief/vague description on paperwork. This made hunting for lost items infinitely easier during the unpacking phase!
6. Things I packed got repacked.
I had plastic storage tubs of winter clothes, college papers, Army equipment, etc. And some bins they left as-is. But others they dumped out and filled with other items that they wanted in tubs. They repacked some of my Christmas decor that we had already packed in cardboard boxes. (<–they didn’t want to be liable for any poor packing on my part).
I also heard a common moving trick is to cling wrap dressers and drawer units, with everything in them. It’s supposed to cut down on time and boxes. That Pinterest hack didn’t quite reach my moving team. But I suppose moving companies can’t take that kind of contents damage risk and so every. single. drawer. was emptied into a box (or 5 boxes). Basically, moral of the story is don’t spend a lot of time packing things yourself, because they will get repacked. And don’t bother organizing your drawers before the move because everything will be taken out of them.
7. It’s hard to lose a box.
I’m not trying to sound like a newbie. I know TONS of people have horror stories of losing important or special items during a move. One day, I will probably join their hallowed ranks. But I pictured our belongings being shoved on a big truck that had other people’s belongings on them. I figured we would just have to keep our fingers crossed that, when they arrived at our new house, the majority of our boxes would still be on the truck. Our apartment was so small though that we had our own moving truck (not shared) and it was never opened once the packers closed the door for good. It stayed locked up and arrived at our new destination, untouched.
And at our new destination, I was given a sheet (the infamous aforementioned paperwork) and crossed off EVERY SINGLE ITEM (box or loose item) as they were carried into the new house. It was impossible to be missing something, because I literally approved of every item being brought inside, and had total awareness if something hadn’t been brought in yet. Again, years (and moves) later I will probably be laughing at this after losing a good couple of boxes and items during a PCS. But for now, I’m riding on the coattails of our previous success and am feeling really great that it was so easy to keep track of our goods.
8. Our hotel bills were reimbursed.
I didn’t quite realize this would happen. After our first move, we got quite a bit of money reimbursement for “moving ourselves.” We were given a surplus of money that way covered our actual expenses. I thought that since this move was completely paid for by the military, that we wouldn’t get any compensation besides the requisite DLA (Dislocation Allowance Pay–it’s basically consolation money for having to pick up and move houses, which gets expensive because the little things add up). Turns out, the Army paid for our hotels AND our pet fees in retrospect. (Note: they reimburse you for up to 10 days, but we didn’t need all 10). And that hotel money had nothing to do with the DLA, which we also got. Yay!
9. I hate boxes.
I didn’t quite comprehend just how much of a pain it would be to get all those boxes broken down and out of our house. Remember my “to-do” list entry from last month? Yeah, that’s because we ended up storing all the empty boxes (full of packing paper) in our unused basement storage room, since bulk trash is on an every-two-weeks schedule. We needed somewhere to put them, but once they were out of sight, out of mind…they just lived there in our basement. Turns out we are just finally clearing the boxes out now. We moved in April. *sigh*
10. The movers rebuild your life and your house for you.
Kind of. Basically, besides carrying everything back inside, the movers will also rebuild any furniture that was taken apart. Maybe that’s not surprising to some, but I was in happy shock. I knew they would put all the boxes and everything in the appropriate rooms. But our movers went above and beyond that. They actually reassembled furniture. I have a mini crib that is IMPOSSIBLE to build. I was dreading anything happening to it. But the packers/movers on one end took it apart, and the movers on the other end put it back together. A total relief! Especially because I’m going to be needing that crib soon! <3
If you’ve already PCS’d quite a few times, maybe you already knew all these things. Or maybe you’re laughing because you know they will never, EVER happen again to me. I’m okay with that–I fully expect every move to be wildly different. And I know moving companies themselves have totally different procedures and policies. Hence why after 10 moves, I still was surprised by some things this time around. But if you haven’t PCS’d a million times, maybe some of these sound surprising to you too. I’d love to know what experiences you’ve had with PCSing. Please leave a comment below! And thanks for stopping by!
I’m sure everyone has their go-to’s when it comes to kitchenware, beauty, fashion, etc. I definitely have a running list in each category! Kitchenaid ANYTHING for starters. But then there are those things that don’t necessarily fit under the same category (or any) but tend to share one common theme: they are must-haves if you’re a military spouse. Some of these have been gifted to me, some I have bought for other, and some I have bought for myself! They are either “necessities” for getting through the military lifestyle we live, or they are the perfect way to embrace and celebrate it. Do you have any of these?
It’s no secret I’m a firm believer in stationary, especially as an Army wife. But this one isn’t actually meant for all those Basic Training love letters you write. I have found that the frequent moves (both of our family and our military friends) has created a great need for change-of-address organization. I think the Kate Spade address book is a cute and classy way to do it. However, there is a pretty cheeky address book that leaves room for nicknames and shoe sizes. And then of course there is a classic and more tame little pink book version. Take your pick and fill it up!
Speaking of moving around, you will probably fill up one of these too! A push-pin map of the USA not only gives you a visual reality-check on just how many times you’ve set up a home somewhere, but it also is a great way to document your lifetime of travel. If you want to go all-out (or if you are lucky enough to live overseas) a push-pin map of the world is also a beautiful career display.
I feel like this is the initiation gift that every military wife should receive, or gift to her husband! It’s the perfect salute and symbol of what your family stands for. Fly it proudly outside your home! And if you have an apartment and no balcony (like my first 2 years of our marriage), then hang it as a wall tapestry behind your couch or in your dining room. It’s still a beautiful way to celebrate your lifestyle and the country we are all so proud of. A final option, though it’s a little less visible, is to invest in a glass flag case and keep your folded flag displayed in it. A very classic, very respectful display of the flag! If you want the whole flagpole kit, and not just the flag, this is all you need.
For all my Army girls out there! There is a complete set of “social rules” and expectations that come with the territory of being an Army wife. And navigating through those can be tough! This guide is geared towards etiquette and social obligations, which I find to be one of the least “discussed” topics among Army wife literature. It’s not really a crash-course about acronyms and what to expect on deployments, which is what this book covers. But the social rules can be really tough to “pick up” naturally, and having a guidebook is extremely helpful.
I’m not saying this because I’m a love-book junkie (thought I am), I’m saying this because every military relationship deserves a book celebrating and coaching the tumultuously beautiful journey of a military romance. I have great respect for Gary Chapman’s interpretation of love languages and how they are spoken. Even if you’re not a military couple, a firm understanding of how to identify your preferred language, and how to speak your spouses’s is extremely important. The love languages are a true eye-opener in any relationship, but most significantly in a romantic one. Curious what your love language is? Take the test here. (Then buy the book and learn about how you give and receive love based on it!)
These are often more necessary for the military member than the spouse. But for those of us that like having matching wedding bands, or who want to feel a special connection, getting a his and hers set is the way to go! Wearing a metal wedding ring during training can sometimes be dangerous for your soldier (if he is paratrooper jumping out of an airplane, etc) and other times it can just be painful (pull-ups during PT). Having a silicone option can be useful for your soldier to slip on before a training exercise, or before he leaves for an Army school if he worries about losing his real ring. During those times, it can sometimes be nice to switch rings with him, not because you have to, but because he does.
This one is pretty basic. It’s like having a tee that supports your favorite sports team. Everyone should have at least one. Even if you’re not the kind of jewelry-wearer who wants a black and gold charm bracelet that says “Army” in capital letters, you can still have military-themed jewelry that supports your lifestyle. (Like this Morse Code bracelet). One of my favorite ways to connect with my soldier when he is gone is to wear a meaningful necklace or ring that reminds me of him. When he went to Basic/OSUT in Ft. Benning, I wore a Georgia shaped ring every day. Other times, even when he is home, I often wear sapphires, as their “Infantry Blue” color celebrates the lifestyle we have chosen together. Get creative with the meanings and treat yourself to some bling!
Not a traditional must-have, but I put on because WHO hasn’t had their fridge break an hour or two after their soldier leaves for a few weeks? *raises hands* My internet goes out when he is gone, computers crash, and of course some kind natural disaster occurs (Hurricane striking the NIGHT that he leaves). #myreallife. Anyway, Amazon can’t control the weather, but they CAN and DO offer home services. Meaning no matter where you live in the US, you can have someone come over and fix your problem when your soldier isn’t home to do so. Seriously, they have tons of services: from mounting TVs to painting the baby nursery to ASSEMBLING FURNITURE. Basically, they’re the magic fairies we always hoped would exist. Now they do. Click here to browse their services!
I feel like there are a million military wife must-haves…haha…but that’s really not true. The only thing I must have is my soldier by my side! And of course my babies. And my faith. Okay, so there are a few biggies. But the small things can be really fun too, and can make the military wife life a lot easier! What is a must-have for you? Leave a comment below, sharing your faves! Thanks for stopping by, and come back soon.
“for all I can really do is /stand here /in September’s rain /savoring…/ soaking it all in/ slipping…” – Sanober Khan
It’s a few days in and I’m already loving September 2017! Maybe because amazon is having a 20% off baby sale all month. I just made my registry! Maybe because I have a bunch of craft projects keeping me busy. Or maybe because September has a bunch of romantic memories for me. Probably a combination of all three! Anyway, I have a list of projected “to-do’s” that I’m hoping will help me usher in fall.
Celebrate my toddler’s birthday! I love celebrating her everyday, so her birthday means a lot to us!
Finish my bunny mobile and decorate the nursery. It’s one big project…mobile goes in the nursery. lol
Get back into writing my novel. It’s been too long. 🙁
Invest some time in photography tips. I’m particularly looking for some phone photo ideas/information.
Enroll in an online class. It can be about blogging, massage, or aromatherapy…etc. I just want to learn!
Journal more. Its therapeutic. So, I need to do it more.
Write a guest post. This is making a reappearance on my to-do list. Because I REALLY need to do it!
Do a daily art project with my toddler. She’s so artistic, and I forget til I see her with a pack of stickers! haha
Finish watching the Gilmore Girls. I started the series soooooo long ago and I’m ready to end it.
Put together my photo album. Luckily, I have all the photos printed. So now I just need to organize them!
I tried really hard not to make this a baby-nesting list. Obviously I have 5 million things running through my head of things I want to do before my little girl arrives. But, I think I should just make an entire post about that! So for now, that’s what I’m hoping I can get done in September 2017. Will it happen? Probably not all of it. Ha! But a girl can dream.
What are your September 2017 goals? Thanks for stopping by. And come back soon!