Monday, November 24, 2014

Is that white bread? No offense but are you on a scholarship?

Well, It's November, not sure when that happened but it's here. Wyatt has been commuting to Hartford for his rotation (and his commute takes forever) and while we're just happy to have him back, it will be nice when this rotation is ova! In the meantime we've been making the time we do have together count! We get out and do a fair amount of things, so I can't complain! This past week we took Danny to his first movie! We saw Big Hero 6 and I think he actually enjoyed it. Sure, he spent half the movie walking down and up the stairs, but who doesn't do that at the movie theater?

He loved playing this racing game... even if we never put any money in it!

So I decided to throw in all these other pictures in here. They include everything from a day in the park to halloween, which, if you missed it Danny was a Cyberman and I was Clara. (we still need a picture with Wyatt as the Doctor)
Danny insists on "helping" me whoever I cook or bake  
Dunkin Doughnuts is about three blocks from my house, so we walk there a lot to have doughnuts and to just get out!

Wyatt and Danny coloring while we waited for our food at Olive Garden

His face in this picture is so darn cute, but here are the group of kids dressed up! 

he kind of dragged his loot around the parking lot with him 

He had the trick or treat thing down

I am really going to miss these beautiful New England falls! 

Chrissy's Birthday

Being home with Danny without a car has been tough. But I feel like I've spent more quality time with him, does that make sense? We read more books and do more activities together, like puzzles. He's getting good at his animals, and we're working on his colors. Just yesterday while he was doing a puzzle with a frog in it, he actually hopped around like a frog and went "Ribbit!". It was way cute.  His most used word is definitely "no!" or "no way!". *sigh* Not sure when that will change. He still enjoys doing Laundry with me and the dishes. He's cute and I love him!

For your catch up lets go back to my birthday week. That's right, I said WEEK! I am very blessed to have awesome friends and family who made my birthday kind of a big deal. I got spoiled this year!  The weekend before my birthday Wyatt was in town from Boston so we went to Outback Steakhouse to celebrate my birthday week! I got this peanut butter chocolate shake, that I shared with Danny, that I still think about! My darling neighbor Dottie made me a birthday cake and had some of the neighbor gals sing happy birthday to me. This cake was seriously amazing! Dottie also decorated my door for my birthday! I opened the door on my birthday and there were balloons taped to it!

These ladies are pretty amazing! Look at that cake! It's legit!

Dream Birthday cake!!
As if cake wasn't enough, Dottie gave me a gift certificate to get my tootsies done!!

Here you see Chrissy and I and our fabulous feet! 

 Sadly, Wyatt wasn't around on my actually birthday he was in Boston. However, I have awesome friends and we went to NEW YORK for my birthday! Babies and all! Minus loosing my phone in Central Park it was an incredible day and I couldn't have asked for a better Birthday. Much love to my friends who were there to spend it with me!

I came home to find two birthday packages from my mom and My neighbor Jessica gave me a present as well! My sweet in-laws sent me the money to buy a new phone. THANK YOU! Doctor Who YATZEE!!! Jessica also later threw me a party that friday with friends from Wyatt's class at Qunnipiac!

As if that wasn't enough birthday Celebrations the moms in the ward got together at the park to celebrate my birthday as well. Becca Alleman brought some Sans pelligrino and it was a good time!  Seriously guys, 24 was a good birthday! 25 better watch it's back.

The highlight of my 24th birthday hands down was going dancing in New York with Wyatt! Scratch that one off the Bucket list, it was epic! We researched which club we would go to for what seemed like an entire week! The reviews said it was bomb expensive and that we probably wouldn't get in anyways. Well lucky me everything worked out perfectly. Ever so amazing Baouyen took care of Danny for us so we could be young wild and free! We had some delays on the train but once we hit the city it was amazing! It was a whole other world being there at night! I loved it! I swear New York gives me energy! We went to the club we had picked out and we literally waited in line for 5 minutes! They let us through and we didn't pay a dime! The DJ was great and played songs that I was obsessed with (jealous by chromeo and summer by calvin harris) (I wished he had played latched by disclosure, but hey! 2/3 I consider those my 2014 summer anthems) We then ran through Times Square and stopped to buy a coke and Doctor Pepper! Truly it was magical and everything I had imagined. I had always wanted to spend a birthday night in New york and this year I did!

It was definitely a birthday for the books!


PS. Today's post title was brought to you by the Facebook page Overheard at Private school, they have some pretty hilarious entries, check it out!

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