Oct 16, 2017

Round here

Lately, my little lady (Aida), has been giving me a real run for my money. I don't know if it's because she's a girl, or because DC was such a little sweetheart, but man she's a whole different ball game. If any of you have daughters, what are your tips for teaching a girl to be kind and patient? I will take all the tips. Let me know in the comments down below.

I haven't worn heels in years. I bought these in hopes that it would be a catalyst for wearing pumps more. Sure enough, they've done the trick. I'm sold.  I felt like Meghan Markle. You know, when she's on an episode of Suits? She walks into a room and says something like, "Mike, you better fix this," in a stern but sassy voice, and stomps out. Only in my life it's more like, "Pick up those Cheerios!" 

I love the feelings that fall starts to bring. The gratitude that creeps in. I'm more grateful for sunny days. I'm grateful for the leaves changing colors. Heck, I'm even grateful for football! It's just such a happy time of year. We get full of excitement for the holidays. The best part of Halloween for me is giving out the candy. I love seeing the costumes and the smiles as kids fill up their bags of treats. It's awesome. 

I've also been making sure I get ready everyday and that I'm going to the gym. It's been such a game changer. Going to the gym is hard because honestly I hate going, but leaving the gym after a good workout, I'm always so motivated. It's that "wow, I did it" kind of feeling. Heaven knows that in the trenches of motherhood, that feeling is essential. So, if you aren't already, start getting ready (whatever that means for you), do some yoga, read a book, run a block. Do something that will give you that "wow, I did it" kind of feeling.

Cheers ladies. We've got this!


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