Well, hey there! How's it going, everyone? I didn't mean to disappear, but such is life with a newborn!
She's so much fun. And now that we're in July and I go back to work at the end of the month (WHAT!?!?), I'm soaking in all the time I can with her. It's going to be hard leaving this cute face every morning.
I also meant to post yesterday, as June 30th is a special day in my life!
It's the day that Joe and I got married, three years ago! We had a great day celebrating our marriage, so let's use today's What I Ate Wednesday post to tell you all about it.
Thanks to Jenn for the link-up this week! Head on over to her blog, Peas and Crayons, for more of the WIAW fun!
Side Note: I finished the 21 days of the 21 Day Fix, but I am still trying to use the meal plan to help myself continue the healthy choices!
I stayed up after feeding Baby Fish to socialize with Joe while he got ready for work. I ate a bowl of Frosted Mini Wheats and a purple container of watermelon for breakfast while doing so! I also gave Joe one of his two presents--an Atlanta Braves lunch cooler! He was so excited and packed it up to use that day.
I forgot to take a picture, but I filled a green container of baby carrots to snack on while playing with Baby Fish on the play mat. I love how excited she always is while looking at everything and grabbing things!
Afternoon Snack 1
Afternoon Snack #2
Joe got home from work and went for a run with Tequila before we went to dinner. I got his second gift ready and gave it to him before going to dinner--a framed picture of our daughter for his desk at work.
Fun fact: he asked for both of his anniversary gifts for Father's Day, but I already had other ideas for his gifts. I could tell he was disappointed on Father's Day, but it was great to see his excitement on our anniversary!
DinnerFriends Grille and Bar that buys from as many local vendors as possible. The food was really good, and you could tell how fresh it was! I ordered the blackened gulf shrimp with the roasted baby carrots. I really enjoyed it and ate every last piece!
Baby Fish slept for most of the meal, and we had a good time reflecting on our third year of marriage and talking about the year to come!
And there you have it! I hope to be back with a mid-year goals reflection, but we'll just see how things go!
Question for you: What do you do to celebrate anniversaries?