I hope you picked up on the sarcasm in the title. We are in the middle of a winter storm warning here in Atlanta. What a joke. That is the Ohioan talking. With that being said, it has been pretty cold (for Atlanta) so we have been indoors a lot.
We made a trip to IKEA and the boys were facinated with the bunk beds.
Of course these would be really practical in their small bedroom, but alas, they will not have them, because I scored those beautiful twin Jenny Lind spindle beds. Maybe you saw on Instagram, but did I ever even show you guys these here on the bloggy blog?
Yeah, they are goig to be so sweet in the boys room. I have pics to show. One has already be transformed with some white paint.
[Still at Ikea] We checked out the GODMORGAN vanity in person for our little downstairs bath (as seen in my bath plan) and I picked up six of the sheepskins for my dining chairs. They are so soft and cozy!
We played in the bathtub in the middle of the day.
Whole Foods has turned into an outing location for us. We don't full-on grocery shop here, but there are several things that we like to buy, one being the prepared foods. While I loaded up my plate, Ernesto tried to supervise these little shoppers.
It got a little too chaotic. The lunch crowd was there and having to dodge these little carts. Mateo filled his cart to the brim with cheeses, Marcelo was loading glass bottles, and papi was ready to walk out before I could even put dressing on my salad. Literally, he walked out [with Marcelo] and I had to convince Mateo that we did not need all that cheese that he had picked out. Good times!
We cuddled like there was no tomorrow.
We hit the Children's Museum downtown. We should really go here more often. Ernesto thought buying a membership would ensure that we do. (we will see) The kids were thouroughly entertained. They went fishing...
Played in a huge sand box...
and painted masterpieces...
They were so worn out, just as I like them! Guaranteed sleepers they are! Sleeping beauties!
The boys have been getting in a lot of garbage truck and LEGO time.
Our days don't go buy without some ipad/tv time as well. They can't even look away. Must have been watching Wild Kratts.
My mom and dad stopped in a couple days on their way down to Florida for a month! What snow birds! (We will be heading down to stay with them in a couple weeks! Can you say 75 degrees!?) We lunched at Krog Street Market (of course!) and just when we thought we couldn't come up with any new ideas for entertaining the kids....my mom said Bowling!! YES!! We all had so much fun!
In other news, we went out on a date last week!! It's
They had never been to the Krog Street Market and since that is the only place we go these days, we met there. We chose the new The Cockentrice to sit down and eat. As described on the website, this restaurant is a "celebration of charcuterie" delivered by on-site butchers and cheese mongers all while working with locals farmers and daries.
We gobbled up two different boards of deliciousness and a couple bottles of Pinot Noir.
The guys had great seats to the Hawks game...so after eating we Ubered it over to Phillips Arena. Even though I couldn't care less about basketball we had such a fun night! Thanks for inviting us guys!!
Life has been good, dispite the "Winter storm." How are you northerners surviving the cold! (and I'm not being sarcastic there!)