I’m getting pretty far behind on the project 365 posts. As I continue to get farther and farther behind, it becomes more difficult to get myself to get started on a post. Aaron is at band practice tonight though and the baby is sleeping and I’ve run out of episodes of Revenge to watch so here we go.
We took a family walk because the weather was okay! This was February 11th I believe, so rare nice weather in Pittsburgh. Unlike today, March 18th, freezing rain!? Also, Sam doesn’t like the stroller now.. no good. Whenever I take him anywhere, he’s in the Ergo now.
Sam’s first time in a shopping cart! Home Depot trip.
We installed new lights in the kitchen and dining room. Prior to that light in the kitchen, there was just a dangling bulb hanging from it’s wire. Upgrade. Prior to the dangling bulb, there was a square fluorescent light with water in it that leaked from the tub. Fire hazard.
Valentine’s Day and Aaron’s birthday! 32! Sam’s gift to Aaron was a picture of himself for Aaron’s new office. I got Aaron a paint brush(!) and a new travel coffee mug. We kept gifts small because we have plans of buying a bigger “family gift” in the Summer.
Working on painting the dining room here. We painted it Ice Rink by Martha Stewart. We used the same color in the kitchen of our old house and I LOVED it there. We painted the kitchen and dining room in this house that color.
Sleeping boy. He sleeps in his new car seat much better than the smaller one it seems. Plus we finally bought one of those mirrors so we can see him while driving. It was definitely, definitely worth it. I wish we would have bought one right from the start.
I’ve been putting Sam in the Moby again when I’m cleaning up the house. He really likes it and it’s still comfortable for me even though he’s almost 20 pounds. I had packed it away because I thought he was too big but now it’s back.
Missing! forgot to take a picture…
Wedding! This was the first night we left Sam with Aaron’s parents to put him to bed. It turned out well! And it was good to get away from the baby for a little while. Even if I had to pump in the car between the ceremony and the reception.
The next day, we went to a thrift store. It was the most amazing thrift store I’ve ever been to. It was HUGE and so cheap. Like each of those books above cost 9 cents! I also got those two jackets for Sam. Baby Gap down coat for $4. I love thrift stores.
That brings me to March!