It's Friday!!!

Well let me just say I plan on sleeping a lot this weekend. I don't know what has been going on, but I haven't been able to sleep much at all this week. I find myself waking up in the middle of the night for hours. This week was pretty great though, despite the sleep deprivation. Here is a recap along with a few of my favorites for the week.

1. Last weekend I got to hang out with my Mom, both sisters and Amelia. It really was a perfect day!

 2. I spent a ton of time in Amelia's room this week. I got three tubs worth of clothes pulled out to pack away, a bunch of broken/ugly/not so fun toys thrown away, furniture rearranged and most of the room in a "clean" state. I plan to post pics of her room once it is complete.

 3. My mom stayed two nights at our house this week. Amelia was thrilled!

 4. So excited! My sister Erica bought Amelia these Shox over a year ago... and they finally fit her!

5. Wednesday I took Amelia and the little boy I babysit to the pumpkin patch. It was a really fun day and both kids were wiped out by the time we got in the car.

And a few of my favorite things from the week...

Favorite Show

This show is a little raunchy, but I think it is hilarious anyway. 

Favorite Pinterest Pin
Link this website has a lot of great ways to reuse old windows
Favorite Song

Favorite Thing
My blog hit over 20,000 views this week. For being such a little blog I was pretty excited!
Ashley Elizabeth

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