Happy Monday! Hoping you had a wonderful weekend and a great yesterday celebrating the fathers and father-figures in your life. Our weekend was pretty jam-packed, so I thought it would be fun to share a weekend recap with you today – since I haven’t done one in awhile. [Read more…]
Me being me, I did some research before our Breckenridge trip in early- January – mainly so I’d be prepared for the elements and entertaining options with a toddler (and husband). One of the first things I read was that locals refer to Breckenridge as “Breck”. While in Breck no?
Here is a photo recap of our trip if you’d like to see: [Read more…]
Hello and happy Thursday! And, I know the title of this blog post is cheesy, but I just couldn’t resist. 🙂
Last weekend, Tommy, Ava, and I took a quick road trip to Philly to visit my friend Lara, her husband Brendan, and their adorable son, Jackson.
Here is a photo recap of our trip! [Read more…]
Good morning friends!
What a fun-packed weekend we had with Tommy’s mommy, otherwise known as Grammy. [Read more…]
So…I guess the elephant in the room is that it’s been exactly a month since I last posed on Bee in DC…my bad. I really will try and be better – or at the very least write more often! I still need to do so many recaps from November and December. (I promise, they are coming!) But in the meantime, here is my attempt to recap some highlights from the past month! [Read more…]
First of all, Happy Inauguration Day! Politics aside, what a great day in our nation’s tradition and history. Watching it all on TV from my couch. 🙂
Yesterday Tommy, Violet, my mom, and I decided to take a day trip and made a small drive (Google Maps said it was 1 hour, 20 minutes without traffic) to Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park. According to the website the Skyline Drive runs 105 miles north and south along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park and is the only public road through the park. National Park Service rules ask that vehicles in the park obey the 35 mph speed limit as to enjoy the scenery, but also to be mindful of the wildlife (deer, bears, rattlesnakes, etc!) that may be nearby, and for safety as there are many sharp turns along the drive. [Read more…]