Well, some of the many things that comes along with wonderful Fall are sickness and allergies. Not sure which one I’m suffering from over here, but this last weekend there was a lot of tea and tissues. I’m starting to fell better though. Speaking of Fall, Trader Joes has their smaller pumpkins for sale now so we bought some to place at our hearth.

Tomorrow is my little honey’s 2nd birthday!!!! I can’t even believe it. It makes me so proud, yet so sad. We have a very neat gift we are giving her tomorrow from all of the family, maybe a cupcake, or two, or twelve that I can’t eat (due to the dairy in the frosting. Sean still can’t tolerate dairy while nursing…boo!) but Samantha will absolutely love them. It seems like it was only yesterday that I threw her 1st Birthday bash.

*oh btw if any are interested in what the heck I’m doing w/mod podge and Archie comic books…I’m planning on making THESE to hang over Seans crib [insert happy excited fists]!

6 Responses to Up Close and Personal #2…

  1. Chelsea says:

    Gosh hope you feel better!

  2. Dianna Davis says:

    That sounds like our weekend. Me trying to unload everything fall, but instead making trips to CVS every few hours for my husbands ills and my prevention! Hope you start feeling better! Echinacea tea with honey and lots of rest seems to always do the trick for me.

    Dianna @ Virginia is for Lovers

    • Sarah says:

      Aw I hope you hubs feels better and I hope YOU don’t get get sick! Thanks for the tea suggestion. I’ll definitely have to try that. Especially since it’s moving it’s way down to my throat.

  3. I am FINALLY getting over being sick. I got a cold over 2 weeks ago and the cough lasted forever. Feel better!

  4. Amanda Rose says:

    Those pumpkins look beautiful with the lights. That mobile is adorable. He will love it!

    Amanda Rose

  5. Delia says:

    I love the shot of those pumpkins on the hearth…it looks like such a happy place :)

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