Weekend Recap // Yoga, Cookies, & Family

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Happy Tuesday! What a whirlwind of a weekend! I've been kept busy with orders for Shop Proper Hunt (thank you all so much for your support!), along with a packed weekend of family and friends. It all started on Friday for me since I was getting my hair done at Hudson & Fouquet with Fern (love her), and then meeting Christine from Naptown Nannies, who is absolutely lovely & sweet, to give her the goodies she purchased from my shop. Then on Saturday, I tried out aerial yoga for the first time and dined al fresco afterwards to enjoy the beautiful day. And because I had been craving chocolate chip cookies for some time now, I decided to make a slightly different version. I've elaborated on these events below so scroll down for more!

Then on Sunday, we were visited by our good friends, David (aka the baby whisperer) & Lauren, for a Sunday hang-out type of day. Actually, it was more like us girls having girl-time (much needed) while the guys stay home and take care of Cora. It was wonderful to say the least. Lauren and I went to Nordstrom Rack and Old Navy and found too many things for our wallets to handle. She made out like a bandit at Nordstrom Rack while I did at Old Navy. A total win-win for us both.

While life can be full of joy & fun, it can also be fleeting & heart-breaking. We were reminded of this with the passing of Bentley, my brother-in-law's and his wife's dog. It came about so suddenly and unexpectedly and I think we are all still in shock that he's no longer here. Just like Emma, our dog, Bentley was Andrew and Trisha's first baby and to lose a family member so out-of-the-blue has really struck all of us to the core. I don't mean to pull a total 180 here and be a sad Sally, but I hope that hearing this story of life being lost without warning reminds you to hug your loved ones a little closer and to say that you love them because you just never know what might happen.

So as to not end my blog post on a sad note, here are photos that I took from this weekend. Enjoy!

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My sister-in-law and I received gift certificates for Christmas to try out aerial yoga at Ridgely Retreat (which is an amazing yoga studio btw), and while I enjoyed the use of the fabric to help ease into certain poses, I wasn't really a fan of being inverted. Nausea and vertigo kind of took over any time I went upside-down and stayed with me for the rest of the day. Anyone else experience that with aerial yoga? And if so, how did you combat it because I still feel a little dizzy now and then.

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We were feeling quite lightheaded and hungry after aerial yoga so what else is there to do but eat Mexican food outside on a gorgeous, sunny day?

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A blogger friend of mine, Gaby, (gotta love Instagram for bringing people together), made these Oatmeal and Quinoa Chocolate Chip Cookies and they looked so good that I had to try them out myself. Anything to allow me to eat chocolate chip cookies guilt-free is something I want to try out ASAP and these did not disappoint one bit!

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Guess where these bags were from? Old Navy!! Don't they look like Coach bags? They really do, especially with those tassels, but at a fraction of the cost. And they feel like real leather too! I honestly don't know how I walked out without one of these since bucket bags are 'in' right now. Might have to go back...

Poppin' bottles with Popeyes! How we ended the night with our friends.

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I've been trying to spruce up the piano in our living room. Because it's not a baby grand, it doesn't exactly have a wow factor type thing going on, so I want to try to make it look like a place where I didn't forget to decorate. This is what I've done so far. What do you guys think?

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  1. Aren't those cookies the BEST? So simple and delicious!!


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