Hey everyone, happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! As you can see, I spent this past weekend in Idaho with my family! My sisters, Mom, Everett and I, flew into Idaho last Thursday and we were so thrilled to finally be in some sweater weather, not to mention my home town. No one really knows this about me but I was raised in Idaho and when I was 15 my family and I moved to Texas. It was a hard adjustment and huge culture shock, but my siblings and I eventually fit in and now we come to Idaho every year. Idahome is where my aunts, uncles and cousins are. It truly is my home away from home. With that said my tio and tia renewed their vows for their 10yr. Anniversary and they couldn’t have picked a better month to do it on. Fall is my most favorite season of all and Idaho is just so gorgeous this time of year. Luckily my hubby let Everett and I go on this adventure, but boy has it been a challenge. Flying was no problem, it’s the getting ready for the day and feeding part that is challenging. My hubby is usually the one to cook our dinners (lucky girl, right here, wink wink) so having to cook and feed/do pretty much everything alone here has been ummm hard! Shout out to all the single mamas out there! I am inspired! Although challenging, it is possible and rewarding too:) It made me be even more thankful of my other half. My mom and cousins have been really helpful and I take advantage of Everett’s mini naps 😉
Since being here, we have been doing something everyday and tomorrow we are going to a pumpkin patch with all the kiddo. I hope we don’t freeze too much though, it will be in the 50’s…burrrr! Stay tuned for those pumpkin pictures! For now, enjoy this cute cute yellow sweater I wore right before we flew to Idaho. Bell sleeves are still in and I just love wearing this beret hat. Details at the bottom.
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