When you look at the 5 day forecast In February and see 60s for the weekend, you immediately begin to think of what you can do outside. Obviously the park is a given, but the zoo also came to my mind. I called Aaron last week at work and said “We’re going to the zoo” and texted our families to see who wanted to come. We arrived at the zoo Saturday morning when it opened at 9 and took off. I can’t even put into words how much A loved it. She saw the lions and tigers, touched a stingray, watched the Penguins swim, and acted like a monkey with the monkeys. She was a rockstar all morning, and though we had to rush towards the end to make it home for at least one nap (no playground time and we didn’t see the farm animals for very long), she was such a trooper. We made it home, fed her some chicken nuggets, and then blissfully enjoyed our 2.5 hour break as she napped(!!!) Can every day be a zoo day?
Besides the zoo, we made it to the park after she woke up, I headed to Burgatory with friends where I ate half of their regular burger and the complete Cookie Monster milkshake. Aaron and I started (ok, he finished while I went to bed) the documentary on Scientology, and took walks to the Pet Store.
Sunday was a bit on the lazier day. We still had sunshine and warm temps, but when A woke up (after sleeping in and giving me a nice morning with my Bible and a cup of tea), she was burning. Poor thing had a 102.6 fever out of no where! Motrin brought it down but we have no idea what it came from so we took things a bit on the gentle side to make sure she was ok. Here’s hoping she wakes up today with it completely gone!
Sunday night Aaron had a hockey game, I did the bedtime thing, meal prep, laundry x2, and then we met on the couch for some relaxing. A solid weekend that has me wishing for spring. No one needs the rest of winter, right?
What did YOU do this weekend?
How often do you do your laundry?
I do ours when I run out of running clothes or sports bras So.. less now that I’m pregnant than before but it’s pretty much what makes me do ours.