pancake making contests.
the most adorable baby shower for ivelisse. I LOVED my baby shower, but this makes me wish I threw a traditional one in addition to my bbq, beers, and bikini party. So many beautiful details! 
she’s always so content, outside, feeding a dog.
rainy day art museum trips with friends and baby.
sunny day crafting and boot wearing. 
shipping off mobiles. 
caught. quite literally: red-handed. 
walked out of my closet to find a little one, in my bed, under the covers. 
best friend in town. 
a late night drive-in movie with a sleeping baby: brilliance! 

Happy Friday everyone! It’s been a busy few weeks over here… but it finally feels like life might maybe, hopefully be slowing down to a more manageable pace. Okay, well, it’s probably not slowing down, but at least I feel a bit more relaxed after my night on the truck got cancelled… which left me with a full day to do nothing but relax with a friend and little M. Thursdays are usually quite hectic! After nap time I have to prepare dinner, clean the kitchen, and get out the door, with a million things prepared and packed, to bring Marlowe to my sister-in-law, before I have to rush to work. It was nice to not have to worry about any of that last night! But my lack of work means: today should be super busy with food-trucking during the day and catering later in the evening… and maybe even a little outing afterwards (if I’m not completely exhausted) since M will be having father time and another overnight. I’ll be looking forward to her early morning return when it’ll be time to pack her up and head down to Miami for another little day trip! So many delicious foods await me. I have my fingers crossed for beautiful weather 😉 Have a wonderful weekend! 


  1. I'm so jealous you have drive-ins, i'm pretty sure England doesnt have one.

    What camera do you use? All your photos look amazing

  2. I'm so jealous that you actually have drive in movies! It seems like something just out of the movies for me, as I don't think I've ever seen one here in the uk! If I ever come to America again, it's definitely on my list if things to do!

    Love your updates, can't believe how you stay so busy, makes me feel exhausted just reading all that you get up to! (it's been so cold and wet here recently that we've just hermitted!)

  3. Your pictures are just lovely – it looks like a great few weeks. And I hear you on the pure contentedness of feeding the dog – my 2 year old son would feed our dog constantly if I let him.