Day Light Saving, one of my favorite days of the year. Kids sleep in one extra hour and it’s as sweet as Christmas morning.
Our weekend was pretty sleepy all around, and with the time change, we ended up embracing the slow weekend.
Saturday started with banana bread breakfast before the guys and I parted ways.
I headed out to run errands while the guys went to the dealership for one of the car’s routine check-up. While I absolutely love my boys, spending a few hours alone is relaxing and refreshing. My morning was kicked off with a lavender almond milk latte before setting out. I tackled two grocery stores, UPS, Home Goods for Easter decor and then swung into a few stores for a few new workout pieces and swim gear for Mitch.
By time I returned home I was ready for lunch! We dug into leftovers and caught up on Scandal while Mitch napped.
The rest of the day was spent lounging, working and eating the best pork verde tacos (I’ve made a batch two weeks in a row!).
Despite the fine change, we were still up at 7 am. Parents – how late did your kids sleep in? While I loved seeing the later hour on the clock, an eight or nine would have been nice. 🙂
Sunday started with a workout. After a slow Saturday, I was ready to move and get on a good sweat. And Orangetheory was just the ticket. The workout was a 3G, meaning the class is broken into three groups and you round robin through three stations. I’ll be sure to share the workout tomorrow – it was a good one!
Not long after Mitch went down for his nap and Phil and I spent the time getting ready, doing some work and clean-up around the house.
Once Mitch was up it was time for our afternoon outing! I saw Pete the Cat was coming to our area and quickly snagged tickets. Pete is huge in our house, only second to Peppa Pig.
The sun was shinning, but the temperature was bitter cold. We quickly made our way in and were glad to realize our seats were on the isle and the front row – jackpot!
The show was filled with fun and signing which kept all of the kids’ attention for the full hour.
Our first show was a big success!
And that was our weekend.