We are sharing another week of favorites with Momfessionals and A Little Bit of Everything. If you read Wednesday’s post, you read that Caroline’s friend, Rachel, has Laffy Taffy jellybeans in her freezer like a sugar addicted squirrel. But if I had things my way, this would be my fridge. It’s the only Easter candy that matters (besides my beloved and discontinued Dove coconut eggs).
Have you ever tried to make your own granola? I remember trying one time in college when I honestly didn’t know what I was doing in the kitchen, and it was a disaster. I basically had mulch on my yogurt. This Target granola, however, is top notch. It has basically the same ingredients and nutrition information as Purely Elizabeth for about half the price. I did a Target pickup yesterday, and I made that poor girl bring granola and Command strips to my car…because I’m worth it.
Apparently, I’m feeling very snacky as I type this today, and I should be embarrassed that this has become my new favorite snack. I follow Paleomg on Instagram, and she got me started on this deliciousness. You’re going to be like my mother and turn up your nose, but I don’t care. Jen Hatmaker always asks at the end of her podcast, “What’s saving your life right now?” And for me, it’s Bada Bean Bada Boom. The sriracha and buffalo flavors are my current favorites.
I heard this Drew Holcomb song a few days after I got back from my trip to Indiana. For a year, the only places I went were Atlanta or my parents’ house in rural Georgia. That’s it. I felt like I went to Milan when I went to Indiana. I think this song encapsulates why.
What’s saving my life right now? Not bean snacks but anything that will occupy these two for more than 60 seconds.
This cute paint with water book is perfect for them.
So are these hedgehogs that work on fine motor skills.
Mark and I will celebrate 6 years of wedded bliss this weekend.
Since he’ll be flying passengers around the United States all weekend, I gave him his gift early. What do you get the man who works hard, takes great care of all of his girls, can fix/build/do anything, and will eat any meal you put in front of him even if it’s loaded with kale and quinoa and never complain?
Mark grew up in the cutest town in New Jersey. It’s where George and Nina Banks would have lived if they had lived on the east coast. The deli in his town is something he salivates over anytime it’s brought up in conversation. I looked it up online to see if they happened to ship, and by golly-they do! It only cost me $750 to have two sandwiches and two bottles of tea shipped straight to his heart via UPS. Not really, but it was more than I’d care to pay for “Grilled Honey Maple Turkey Joes.” However, I don’t think he would have been happier if I’d told him I had purchased a plane for him, and it was in the backyard.
Lots of outside time lately with my gals is a favorite.
There are lots of walks too, and I ordered another pair of these shoes because they have been so good to me. I got my first pair a couple of years ago and decided it was time for another one.
Since Kat mentioned the Dove coconut eggs last week and in the beginning of this post, I’m going to end today on this note. We have searched high and low for these coconut eggs. They obviously don’t make them anymore, or maybe people are hoarding them in their freezer. If you see these in a store near you, please buy us each a bag and we will send you 3 million dollars. Promise.
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