It’s Friday! And guess who slept 11 hours last night? If you guessed Cal or Boston, both are correct.
We took a trip to the Art Museum this weekend because we are going absolutely stir crazy in our house. I haven’t been in a long time and it was nice because for a short moment I forgot that winter has not yet ended. Damn winter.
…according to Cal. Boston is pretty indifferent.
Valentines Day was really low key this year. Staying in a warm house and watching a movie sounded so much better than heading out to dinner so that’s what we did. I got Josh this key chain with the GPS coordinates from our very first date so many years ago. That’s right folks, our first date was at a Pasta House and it was the most awkward date I’ve ever been on. We were both nervous and didn’t know what to talk about and when we finally did think of something to ask the other person, it was right when they took a bite of food so there was that weird silence when you are waiting for them to finish chewing so they answer your question. Yep, that was the start of our love story. True love happens at a Pasta House. Write that down.
Josh is hilarious. @j_garlich
Our house has been full of sickness this week. Cal had the coxsackie virus which he got at daycare (and it begins…). I was on my death bed on Friday from this 24 hour flu-like thing and Boston is recovering from an ear infection. Josh has been taking care of all of us and thankfully he hasn’t gotten anything. But, lets look at photos from healthier times shall we?
I used to be a Saturday morning pancakes kind of girl but the other weekend we made crepes and why haven’t I been eating these more often? I feel equally satisfied after eating crepes as I do pancakes but less like a roly poly after consuming say three or so. Everyone wins. Mostly my waistline.
Explore your city. Chances are it’s beautiful.
(photo credit Josh)
2013 was a big year. Number one on the list of great things that happened? I grew a human!!
We found out I was pregnant in January and made a little announcement video.
It’s been a year. Here’s to 2014!