After spending much of the last week at home sick, we resurfaced for a Sunday fun-day!  One of the baby’s besties celebrated his birthday Avengers style, and sweet friend Angie Reuter did a darling job, as always, making everything super special.  She painted the board behind the beverage station with one of the birthday boy’s signature quotes and plans to hang it over his bed – how cute is that?!?!

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We jetted home to change into our Falcons gear and then headed out to cheer on our home-town team.  It was a heart breaker in the last few minutes, but that certainly didn’t detract from the fun (at least not from my fun seeing as I don’t really celebrate football.)  Bestie A had an amazing spread – I can’t recall what she called it other than it was "like a Spanish big mac" and it was DIVINE… she even made her own pickles, for cryin' out loud.  And the salted caramel chocolate chip cookies were like little bites of heaven.  I think I’ve talked her in to starting a food blog so look for lots more yummy goodness to come on that front!!  (This is the same gal whose mama is Mary Pratt.)

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Sweet baby CeeCee is home now and I’ve got my fingers crossed that we’ll be able to pop in and snuggle her for a while tomorrow!!!  Mother gave all of her grands Feltman gowns for their homecoming but this is the very first one that’s been embroidered in PINK!! 

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I am beyond thrilled that Honey is on holiday tomorrow.  I have loads of plans to sleep late and lounge the day away until we go visit the aforementioned little doll…


  1. The hat is to die for! Mazel Tov. Julie W.

  2. Hey Amanda....glad to hear you're feeling better! I actually had a question for your sister... We are having a baby girl, Charlotte, in a couple of weeks and I'm trying to decide on a cute gift I can take to the hospital for her to "give" her big brother Tripp. Did sweet CeeCee give Bird anything, or do you have any ideas? I got the mandatory "I'm a Big Brother" tshirt, just wondering what else I can do to make our little man feel special? Any suggestions would be verra appreciated!

  3. Tiffiny - I'll ask Sister today and get back to you. For John we did the shirt and a little scrap book type big brother book. We also had a little big brother dessert party with just me, my mom and sis the day after we came home from the hospital. None of it phased John - for the good or bad. He was entirely uninterested and unaffected by his baby brother. LOL.

  4. That would be great, thanks! Tripp is almost 4, so he has been very involved since the 2d trimester....even offering to "expedite" the process with his safety scissors:) thanks again...can't tell you how much I've enjoyed following your blog especially since you're in the atl!


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