This weekend may have been our best Little Gym class yet. Harper was so excited about every single thing and proud of the “skill of the week” she mastered.
I’ll be honest and say that it was nice to have such a fun and happy weekend, because this past week was an absolute disaster. I don’t know how many of you with toddlers experience the same thing, but Harper has about one week each month that seriously makes me question everything (is this real life?) Thank goodness for the friends that text me “don’t worry, my kid does that too.”
After Little Gym, we headed to a local park to burn off a little more energy before lunch and nap time.
During Harper’s nap, I met my friend Chasity for brunch at Downhouse and we ended up eating and chatting for over three hours…it’s fun to catch up over breakfast food and delicious waffles (seriously, do not leave that place without having the waffles with the strawberry jam).
Our waitress told me they’re opening a few new restaurants all in the Heights area which made me super excited. This area is growing so much and there are so many families, parks, shops and restaurants here. We love it!
Later that day we visited a park closer to our house for some pre-dinner fun.
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Once Harper was asleep for the night, I hit up Target where I felt old when I saw a bunch of (maybe slightly intoxicated) college kids running through the store buying drink mixers, chips and candy. I thought about how tired they’re going to be the next day…and then I remembered how much energy I had “back then.” Sigh. Who was I kidding?
I picked up a few new tops for Harper that I can’t resist sharing.
How cute are they?! I’m so excited for summer dresses and rompers too.
Our Sunday morning started with Starbucks and donuts at our friend’s house. Margot and Harper read books and played “hide-and-seek”…sort of.
The rest of our day was pretty laid back…grocery shopping and a little fun with bubbles.
Hope you had a great weekend!