We had a pretty standard weekend over here. Lots of outdoor playtime, yard work, and a little fun mixed in!
Emmy Roses set up her own little store last Thursday, and it was really easy to shop because she made you buy everything in the whole store.
We had to catch up on some work from when Lucy was out sick. She had to cut out three popcorn words . . . and it took her fifteen minutes.
I put together some Boo Bags to help get the girls in the Halloween spirit. The super cute bags are from a local shop called Stitch and Scribe. I ordered them on a Monday afternoon, and they arrived at my house on Thursday! She makes the cutest things, including our personalized Christmas ornaments.
The masks were a favorite, for sure, along with the fact that I let them eat their Reese’s pumpkin after breakfast. Let it never be said that I can’t be fun!
Hello, scruffy puppy!
Penelope has claimed this as her afternoon spot.
She is teething and wanting to chew on everything lately, so the vet recommended giving her a whole carrot to chew on. I gave her one on the driveway Friday afternoon, and she loved it! It kept her busy for a solid 30 minutes, which was nice.
We had a movie night on Friday and watched the first half of Trolls 2. Friday night or not, we don’t mess around with bedtime . . .that movie was off at 8pm! (To be fair, Saturday night we went to our neighbor’s house and let them run around like crazy people until 8pm . . . so we have a “little” bit of flexibility.)
And then on Saturday morning we picked up Lucy’s GLASSES! She looks like a totally different Lucy to me.
One look at those sides, and she knew those were the glasses for her.
We walked around Downtown Plymouth afterward to check out the farmer’s market and scarecrows . . . and ran into some friends! They were all super in to getting photographed.
Another day, another carrot.
Lucy also has to wear an eye patch for three hours a day. We’ve only done it for two days, and the novelty of everything has already worn off. She does not enjoy the eye patch, and is already asking when she can take off her glasses. She has to wear the eye patch at school today for a few hours, and I’m hoping being at school will distract her a bit. She’s been a champ about everything, and I really hope her classmates are supportive of her. It’s cuteness overload when she’s wearing everything, but I realize it’s not the most fun for her.
We’ve got a fairly busy week ahead of us, which will hopefully include a lot of outdoor time because the weather is looking GREAT!
Have a good week!