I scrolled past the selfies and saw this.

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Yesterday I opened my phone to find Caleb and Gracie had taken no less than 283 selfies before school. <insert me mumbling something about how many times I’ve told them not to play on my phone>

But then I scrolled past the selfies and saw this.

My babies when they were babies. I had recently gone through my photos for a project Caleb was doing in school that required a baby picture, and I had saved it to my phone.

*sniff* Not so upset about the selfies because in 5 years I will look back on those selfies and see “babies.”

How did we all feel about the Superbowl last weekend? Even though my Eagles lost it was one of my favorite games. Not only did I feel like I was watching really good football, but I enjoyed Chris Stapleton’s tried and true “Star Spangled Banner” and felt that Rihanna’s ability to let her music steal the show was unparalleled. It says something when my kids dance their entire way through a halftime show instead of sitting glued to the screen to watch a million set and wardrobe changes. Kudos to Rihanna for keeping it about the music and props for rocking it while pregnant.

Zach had a conference in the Poconos this week, and I tagged along for the free hotel room to focus on writing the curriculum for Early Morning Habit.

Despite the fact it was a business trip it was lovely to have the alone time for adult activities, er I mean, conversation. 🙂

And let’s not forget the coffee. Extra large nitro cold brew with sweet cream. Stirred. Not shaken.

So grateful for my Valentine.

Have furniture that you would love to redo but are unsure how? I chatted with furniture paint pro, Rachel Bowyer, on the podcast this week, as she shares 8 beginner tips to help you paint your piece!

Also on the blog, learn how to refinish wood furniture in 5 steps, and revitalize and refurbish any piece of wood furniture.

Let’s check out more inspiration from this week’s Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop!

Taco Stuffed Peppers are the perfect easy recipe for busy weeknights with only a few simple ingredients.

Sunlight is one of the most important and abundant sources of natural energy that we have at our disposal! Learn how you can get more sunlight into your home with a few simple changes.

Create these DIY French Farmhouse Candlesticks from repurposed wooden posts and a handful of simple supplies.

Don’t you just love a fresh spring vignette? There’s just something special when you bring spring to your home with a fresh vignette that you created.

This easy BLT Dip is loaded with bacon flavor that’s complimented by sun-dried tomatoes and green onion.

If you’re looking for some additional side dishes for your family, these pan-roasted Brussel sprouts with bacon are perfect.

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