It’s the last Friday of the month, so that means it’s time for Friday Faves!
Let’s start out with my most favoritest thing lately:
Meeting Other Bloggers!
Last month I met Alexis from the super informative and oh-so-helpful baby sleep blog, Troublesome Tots.
A couple weeks ago, I had coffee with Jacqueline from Skinny Chick Blog, she writes about running and life.
Last night at BlogHer’s “selfiebration” kick off, I hung out with Lisa from Healthy Nibbles and Bits, which I think is a pretty self-explanatory name.
It’s so fun getting to meet the real, live person behind the blog. I’m looking forward to meeting even more bloggers during the rest of BlogHer this weekend and also next month at BlogFest.
A healthier pretzel made from sprouted whole wheat flour, these pretzels are extra crunchy and delicious. The salt on them is almost like it was painted on instead of just nubby bits of it all over. The kids are kind of “eh” about them, which means more for Doug and me! The last time I was at Costco a week ago, I bought three bags of them and now we have one left. What was that about portion control?
Finally! I broke my phone’s screen in March after dropping it one too many times and just finally got a new one. I was able to upgrade to the 5S without any additional cost too, so that was pretty great. I bought an Otter Box case to go along with this one, so it’s better protected against the falls.
Trader Joe’s Dolmas In A Can
I didn’t think canned dolmas would be good and put off trying them for awhile after I bought them, but today Emme and I enjoyed them as a snacky sort of lunch and we polished off the can together. If you’re unfamiliar with dolmas, they are grape leaves stuffed with rice and are a traditional Greek food. I’ve always loved them, but was highly skeptical of the canned variety.
Emme Saying Flamingo
I’ll leave you with this because i know you wanted to hear her say it. 🙂
You can tell I had her say it for the camera once before this because she starts out asking if I want her to say it again. Now whenever I go to record her, she says “f*ck-ohhh” and then asks to see it. She might never say flamingo properly with how we laugh at her now