Holy 100 posts Batman!
(I had been wanting to make a blog header with some of our new family photos and thanks to Carlotta's guest post over at the little things we do, I was able to make one just in time for #100!)
So 100 posts eh? Thats crazy. I started my little blog last winter when I needed a creative outlet while being all cooped up inside with a teeny baby. Back then I would do a new post just about every weekday. Now that Bennett moves faster than lightning and is constantly getting into things, I'm lucky to get one post in a week...which usually ends up being about our latest adventure. I would love to get back to posting more than once a week and do more posts on things that catch my eye like recipes, fashion, design, interiors, etc.
Regardless of how often I post or the content of my posts, it always amazes me how many followers I have that want to read about my
not so exciting life!
You guys are awesome and please leave a comment if you want me to do future posts on anything in particular.
Anyways, enough with the mumbojumbo...
We have started putting Bennett to bed two hours earlier than we used to. This means that Chris and I actually have some time to spend together while we wind down from our days.
I'm pretty sure we have watched more movies in the last two weeks than we have in the past two years. Most of the movies are from our childhood (oh how movies have changed) and we have had so much fun watching them again that I thought I would share:
Look Who's Talking (1989)
talking babies. john travolta. late 80's fashion
(I guess completely missed the whole "baby out of wedlock" and "affair" thing when I was little)
tom hanks. fun toys. so funny.
Wayne's World (1992)
wayne. garth. silliness.
(this was/is my favorite movie of all time because of the random silliness. Not so appropriate for a kid and I can't believe I was allowed to watch it, but clearly I turned out okay)
and just lastnight we watched
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009)
raining food. cute love story. good message.
(Though we remember the book from growing up, I'm not sure why we hadn't seen the movie because it is SO funny and good! Not your average kids movie!)
Seen any good movies lately? Please share!