This past weekend was especially top notch. We didn't do anything particularly fun or out of the ordinary (except attend a birthday party for the coolest 6 year old ever), but it was exceptional nonetheless. The kind that makes you wish that summer would linger on forever and hope that someone will finally implement those 3 day workweeks that everyone seems to be in favor of. If we had it my way, we'd all have summers off just like when we were kids (with pay, of course). Summers are meant for pool days, trips to amusement parks, and long afternoon naps, not board rooms and budget meetings. Anyone else with me?!
We pushed our luck on naps both days, the first day was fine and the next Taylor completely lost her marbles at the grocery store (lesson learned). Logan napped for hours on end while the tot and I ate leftover birthday cake and watched Tangled on repeat. We fed Logan sweet potatoes for the first time and laughed as he giggled nonstop throughout dinner, just happy to be included in our nightly routine. Both kids were as happy as could be all weekend (minus our little mishap at the grocery store) which made things that much sweeter. Isn't it crazy how a toddler's mood can make all the difference in the world?