Monday, March 19, 2018

Weekend Recap

Friday night started with Mexican food, margaritas, and a face mask. I tried Yes to Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask and it's one of my favorite charcoal masks. It dries quickly, rinses off easily, and leaves your skin feeling really smooth. I picked mine up at Target. 

While I masked, the boys had their annual leprechaun trap building party. 

And when your dad's an engineer, you end up falling asleep while he finishes it up. 

I didn't get a picture of the boys in their green, but look how cute (and little) they were in 2014. And despite our best efforts, the leprechaun avoided our trap but managed to pee in our toilet and turn our milk green. 

Saturday afternoon we went to an "Art in Bloom" event where the kids made collogues, origami, and cherry blossoms by blowing ink on rice paper. 

The kids ran wild and stayed up way too late on Saturday night while J and I finished building built in shoe racks for our hall closet. I had an Ikea shoe rack in there before and it was too small and the shoes always ended up in a pile. I can't wait to show you the finished product. They turned out so great and I'm regretting that we didn't do them sooner. 

Sunday morning consisted of several rounds of Guess Who before heading to the park. It was pretty chilly but we all needed to get out of the house. 

After the park we hit up a new restaurant that serves rolled ice cream. I'd been wanting to try this style of ice cream for a while and although it was good, I'm not sure if it's better than our other local ice cream place. The kids really liked it and Ben loved his strawberry cheesecake below. 

The kids both have dentist appointments tomorrow morning and we've got a busy rest of the week before Spring Break starts Friday.

Have a great Monday!

Linking up with Biana for Weekending. 

3 comments on "Weekend Recap"
  1. I love a good mask to start the weekend! and that rolled ice cream - YUM! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  2. Oh looks like a great weekend. The boys look adorable.
    I love the straw blowing art work your son made.