3.06.2016's me.

Uh, it's been so long since I have even logged into my blog account that I don't even know where to begin with catching up.
I'm probably going to dump a bunch of pictures here today and then hopefully this week and next I can fill you in (if anyone is even still reading this.... hello?) on what's been going on... a move, a child who is testing every limit and emotion within my body, working from home and everything in between. My goal is to really start trying to make this space a priority again, not for monetary gain or post view numbers, but because within the past month I have had to look back on posts I've written for specific reasons and I've found myself 45 minutes later, reminiscing on what Abigail (and life in general) was like at that point in time, and it just makes me happy. I love looking back on our life and I love that I'll be able to give Abigail a web address when she is older, to see parts of her childhood. That's the whole point of this little space of ours, anyways. So prepare for (hopefully) a lot more posts and if you want to be alerted when they go live, follow me on any of my social media accounts;
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'Airplanes' has got to be one of our most favorite things to do together inside. It's turned into a bit of a cirque de soleil show nowadays, with her flipping off my legs and catching her, we love it. 

I bought Billy tickets to go see Guy Fieri's cooking show at the Dr. Phillips Center for Christmas. The show was at the end of February, and not really knowing what to expect from a show with a chef as the main attraction, I can say that it was 100% worth it. He cooked and made drinks for the audience, was so funny, told behind the scenes stories and kept everyone involved until the end. After the show, we were able to attend a meet and greet with him and he couldn't have been nicer (he told Billy I was cute, but I'm not bias, I swear ;) )!

I was 'that mom' for Valentines day this year and sent Abigail to school with fruit instead of candy. Have no fear, she still came home with 6 pounds of sweets from school that day, but I thought her little Valentines turned out cute. 

I mean, I don't even think I have introduced my new nephew on the blog yet. 
Blog, this is Lucas and he is the most lovable, snuggable peanut on the planet. 


Her hair, her eyes, the black pants she wears everyday because nothing else is ok with her... I love it all. 

This is the view I would have if I were making dinner. however, that's a rarity. 

If I let this girl wear her Elsa dress everyday and twirl around all day long, she would be in heaven. Twirls and princess dresses are life right now in the Huff household. 

I went to the Magic game Friday night, which also may have been the first time in days I had made myself presentable to the public (work from home problems at it's finest, y'all) so it had to be documented with a mirror selfie because #clearhair. 

My nephew, Nathan is playing baseball this season, so we have been spending our Saturday mornings at the ball park. He looks little in this photo, but he is a beast out there playing. Like, SO good! And it's been tons of fun to be out there cheering him on. 

And these two girls LOVE to watch 'their' Nathan knock it out of the park.
Please note that even though my daughter is in fact wearing a tutu to a baseball game (and the princess cape that she was wearing when we got there was in my purse) she is still wearing those damn black pants. 

After the game, exhaustion vibes. 

Moving to an apartment has certainly been an adjustment (more on that later) but it's also forcing us, in a good way, to get out of the house more. We've been spending a lot of time out in the sun, getting fresh air and playing at some parks and open fields. 

When we moved, we sold our couch for numerous reasons, one being that it was 5 years old and just wasn't going to make it through another move. This afternoon (Sunday, when I'm writing this) we pulled out our new couch to turn it into a full sized bed and loaded it up with blankets and pillows to all cuddle up and watch a movie. It was so comfy, everyone fell asleep on me! And I don't mind one bit ;) 

It feels good to be back on the computer, writing again and sharing our life with whoever is reading. Thanks for sticking around, coming back or just stopping by! 


  1. Great Job Jenn I have missed your post!
    Love Aunt Patty