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Summer Olympics

I love watching the Olympics.  Growing up I remember going through phases where there was a sport I wanted to grow up and do at the Olympics.  The first was gymnastics.  I never took gymnastics but my mom taught me basics and I even had that leotard that Mary Lou Retton had that looked like the flag.  Later in life volleyball was my sport of choice so that was always a favorite.  I was never a swimmer but my husband was and there were exciting races this year.  JP is becoming quite the swimmer so I wouldn't mind steering him that direction instead of football.  My husband played football through college and yes, he does recall a time he likely had a concussion but was sent back in and never received medical treatment but it's not just that as to why neither of us are sure about the sport.  It's the broken toes and other bones and dislocated shoulders and bad knees from the years of abuse.  We'll see, I tend to over think things too early!

For my Stroller Strides and Fi…

Train 3rd Birthday

It's no surprise around here that this year was a train birthday party.  JP loves any train, not just Thomas so I wanted to make sure it wasn't a Thomas party but we aren't really 'vintage' style people either so it actually took me a while to figure out how to make the theme work.  I was super excited with how it turned out.  As usual my husband thinks I'm nuts but also understands that I enjoy doing it.


I toyed around this year with making the cake because there were some cute things I found that were totally doable for a complete amateur but realize that I can't go crazy with party decorations and do the cake too so I will opt for the decoration part!

This is our front porch.  I made the Rail Road Crossing signs myself because we are going to re-do his room one of these days and do a train theme.  I'm going to pick neutral bedding and decorate the walls etc. with train things so we can easily switch and he won't outgrow bedding and the more expe…