SO EXCITED! We are going to Disneyworld and Universal Studios with my sister and her family. Noah is THRILLED to have his best friend/cousin going. What a huge blessing! :) So today I'm starting to plan some "trip bags" for the two boys. We are taking the Gamecube, of course, so I have a brand new game for them to open in the car. I'm going to try to find them some bean bag lap desks, too. I'll also include some new books, coloring books and markers, travel board games, Travel Bingo, Disney story CDs, anything fun and portable I can find. :) Last year we even took our TIVO and a portable small car TV screen! (had lots of Noah's favorite shows recorded) Any other suggestions that have worked for your kids??
The other day Noah told me, "Mommy, I want THIS kind of music at my birthday party...with no words. Just the music." Um....it was hard rock music! LOL I swear he's got his Dad's musical taste. We are pretty tame about what we listen to around here, but David loves some good rock and guitar. I guess Noah does too. (but we won't be playing it at his birthday party!) I can just imagine jamming to Aerosmith or Metallica at a 6 year old party. Not happening. :)
I'm very much a t-shirt and jeans type of girl. I like the simplicity, I guess. I recently discovered that I LOVE the new Old Navy perfect tees. They are so comfy, beautiful colors, great sleeve length (not too "cap" and not too long) and the length is good, too.
I do NOT like really short t-shirts. Unfortunately, sometimes the t-shirts that I buy shrink up and become way too short to wear. (for me, anyway...not showing my belly button to anyone) But I discovered a really great solution. I ordered some long camisoles (spandex/cotton) to wear under the shirts that are too short. You know, that "layered" look that is in right now. The camisoles are from Shade Clothing and are awesome! I have them in 6 colors. You can also tuck them in to your jeans and they solve the problem of the low-rise jeans showing too much of the LOW. :) (not that I do this, but just another way to wear them) Check them out!
Have to cut this post short since I need to go shopping. Have a wonderful day! :)
"Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them-- every day begin the task anew." - Francis de Sales