My little Bumble Bee

This was our first year celebrating Halloween. And oh what fun it was! Technically the night hasn’t ended yet, but the trick-or-treaters are probably off to bed by now (at least mine is!). We dressed our little munchkin as a Bumble Bee and took her trick or treating and also handed out lots and lots of candies to the kids. This was our first Halloween since moving in to our new home. It was lovely meeting our new neighbors and getting to know the neighborhood. Frankly speaking we enjoyed the night more than her. Oh how fun it is to be a kid again! We made so many memories which will be cherished for life. She may not remember these times but we definitely will!
Happy Halloween!!!

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Flower Power

Trust me when I say I sat in front of my computer so, so many times to write something but I just didn’t find the motivation. All I could ever think was I would be better off playing with my little one than sitting in front of the screen. These moments are so, so limited, so precious, so special that I simply don’t want to miss even a single second of her childhood. Time is just flying and I just want to be present for her – all the time, in every way I can. And being offline makes me happy, it keeps me sane.
So excuse me while I try to juggle my life while trying to live it.
Oh, what fun! 🙂
Here are some pictures we clicked yesterday early morning before breakfast and grocery shopping at the local farmers market. This blouse that I picked from the clearance section really fit the backdrop. Can you spot me in those bushes? 😛

Blouse: NY&C | Jeans: 7FAM | Shoes: Liz Claiborne

Zesty

Would you believe me if I say that I still can’t come around the fact that I have a cute little daughter? A daughter who is cute like a button and oh, so adorable. I might sound like a broken record, but that is exactly how I feel. Every night when I put her to sleep in my arms and shower her with a thousand kisses, my eyes tear up. And every night I thank the supreme power for giving me the gift of motherhood. This is the MOST satisfying job in the world. Nothing, absolutely NOTHING else satisfies me more than holding her in my arms. I don’t think this feeling will ever get old. It has been more than 7 months and here I am, still standing in awe and wondering – how on earth my life turned in to this beautiful fairy tale!
In all honesty, every day is not like a fairy tale. Some days are longer (and harder) than others. But such is life – never the same. No two days are same – and that is how it should be.

Dress: Robbie Bee (same) | Sandals: Target (same)

A Summer Picnic

Hot and humid – these two words define Florida summers quite well. And rain – of course. Lots of rain (I love it though). These are what summer is made of, here in sunny Florida. But that should not stop anyone from enjoying this beautiful season. Slap on (loads of) sunscreen, put on a hat and you are ready for a picnic! I love, love picnics – just the idea of sitting on green grass, with fam-bam and enjoying great (mom-made-yummy) food is super exciting to me. There is just something special about eating home-made food outdoors. It just tastes better in my opinion (anyone else with me..??). Mom’s in town, so why not take the advantage.. huh!
Sharing some pictures here from our picnic at the Wekiva Springs Park from the other weekend. These are the kind of memories I want to hold close to my heart. And never let go.
I just realized there are no food pics, because we clicked pictures after eating. Ha! I’m sorry. 😉

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