We spent a part of today out at the barn playing beauty shop - Jabbar got the full works with a bath, hoof polish, and some ShowSheen. While he was drying, Alli and I even cleaned tack. She had a fabulous time.
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Don't be fooled by this title. I am not referring to my own personal date night. I haven't had one of those since my pre-Riley days, and even on that one I was 8.5 months pregnant so it's not like I really let loose or anything. My back was killing me, I couldn't sip wine (because we all know I am a wine-sipper), and I needed to be home to get in bed by 8PM.
Alli Bree is full of wisdom, she looks at things plainly, and she's brutally honest. Case in point, this Friday night heading to our neighborhood pool:
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Last week, our little Riley girl turned O-N-E! We decided to have a party at the house with family and friends - I didn't even send out invitations! I just texted everyone to let them know what time. I teased with one of my friends that the theme of the party was "Shut Up Pinterest." I didn't put together a big themed party with invites and decorations and so much expectation I couldn't live up to. I hung a banner, bought some balloons, ordered a cake, and made some dips. And I really couldn't be happier about how it all went.
So even though my Mother's Day was by far the best day of the weekend (or ever), a lot happened this weekend before my special day. First of all, I had to leave work early on Friday to pick up Riley. She had a 101.5 degree fever. Her fever finally broke today, and last night was one of my worst ever as a parent. Nothing could make her happy, and I didn't know a child could cry for two hours straight. But we survived, and how can you not love this face?
I've been a mama for nine Mother's Days now, and I've had some good ones. But let me tell you - this year is shaping up to be one of the best yet. Riley let me sleep in until 8:30am (she's had a fever all weekend, so we didn't go to church this morning). Then Ryan and Alli went to go get me donuts and Starbucks, the breakfast of champions! And since Riley seemed to be feeling all right, we decided to go on our first family bike ride. Ryan and I got bikes last weekend, and we've been antsy to try them out all together.
A few nights ago I was getting Alli ready for school the next day by having her lay out her clothes. She said "You know, Mom, I really need some new clothes." "I know you do, Alli. I'll go get you some. What are you into these days? Jeans and t-shirts still okay, or do you want to change it up?"
"I think jeans and t-shirts. That's my swagga." This statement was followed by two hands in deuces thrown up in the air.
Radio silence. Then "Um, what did you say?"
"That's my swagga. The jeans and t-shirts." More deuces.