|Pic stolen from my BIL's facebook :)|
2. My amazing husband bought me a polar fitness watch for my birthday, which tracks my workout length, heart rate, calories burned, and my personal fitness stats. Unfortunately, I received it the day of my C-section, so I have been "breaking it in" with low-impact slow walks around the neighborhood. This coming Tuesday will mark my 6 week checkup, so here's to being cleared for exercise and going on a REAL walk!
3. I am incredibly thankful to the kindness we were shown after the arrival of Celine, especially for the food that was made/delivered for us. I have not had to cook a meal in over a month and it has been glorious. Although we are still slowly working through the freezer meals, I braved the kitchen to throw together chicken and rice (Riceroni with chunks of chicken and a TON of cheese). It was good, but not sure it was worth the cleanup.
4. My mom was in and out of town the past couple of weeks and she came by to help me get Celine's room decorated... we had done a little before she was born, but now it looks more like a girls' room!
|The lighting is low because Cece is sleeping in her crib :)|
|My favorite is the DIY glitter letter!|
5. I'm definitely one to get excited about little things and overthink decisions that are WAY too trivial... Right now it's what to do with my hair. I'm going back and forth between long layers (pros: variety of styles/updos, finally grew it out, hubby likes it, cons: takes a billion years to wash and dry, no fun style change in over a year) OR a long bob (pros: fast wash/dry, simple style, cons: losing my long-awaited longer hair, less options with updos). My inspiration board is here. If you have any suggestions, let me know soon! :)
6. It's already fall and I am so ready to bust out my boots and layering clothes, provided I can fit into them post-baby. Which reminds me... I need to find myself new skinny jeans!
7. I love cleaning my house with my 3 main ingredients of baking soda, vinegar, and lemon juice, but I'm thinking of moving over into essential oils. Any ideas on how to get started? What oils do you use the most?