Good morning! I hope you had a great weekend and that it didn’t pass too quickly. Lately time has been flying by for me. Our weekend was once again filled with family and a little relaxation.
Friday after work I was able to attend yoga with one of my favorites teachers. Her flow is always challenging and the hour session seems to pass by so fast. I always feel like I had a great workout and yet feel completely relaxed at the same time. Since I didn’t get home until around 7, our night was spent eating dinner and then hitting the hay early. We were both exhausted after a long week.
Saturday we slept in a bit before getting ready and heading over to visit my mom and grandparents. We spent a few hours there just hanging out. Well, I was hanging out, my hubby was sleeping. When we finally left, neither one of us had the energy to cook dinner so we decided to pick up some comfort food from Cracker Barrel. I had the grilled chicken with mac n’ cheese, fried okra and a sweet potato. I didn’t think to snap a picture because I was so hungry.
When we got home, we realized that it was FUNDAY on Freeform (formally ABC Family)! I always enjoy FUNDAY because it brings back so many childhood memories. Although we both had a lot to get done, we had the TV on in the background. A Bug’s Life was on first but it was already a third of the way in so we ate an early dinner and played with baby girl for a while until it went off.
I just love that line!
When that went off, one of my absolute favorite childhood movies followed. The Jungle Book! I was curious who played the voice of the little elephant so I turned to Google and saw that the movie originally came out in 1967! How is it so old? I feel like it came out when I was little but clearly it did not. We put Little T in her fun chair and she thoroughly enjoyed watching the colors and hearing the music from the movie. She really liked the elephants, just like momma 🙂
Once that went off we put the baby to bed and Ratatouille came on. That movie makes me so hungry for Italian food!
Since I am currently writing this post during this movie I can only tell you what the plan is for the rest of the night. We will probably watch an episode of X-files before streaming last Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead. We have been one week behind this season because we thought it would be too hard to watch on TV with the baby and the dog. Now we wait until the baby and the dog are both asleep before cuddling up and watching it.
I don’t know what our Sunday holds but I am betting it involves church followed by finding some water-proof bed sheets. We had a bit of a pee pee accident Friday night during a midnight diaper change and barely made it out with a dry mattress. I think we have been very fortunate to have not had an incident thus far and I don’t want to push it!
Enjoy the rest of your Monday!
What are some of your favorite childhood movies?
What is your go-to meal when you don’t feel like cooking?