I made Father's Day brunch for Juston and my nephew Sunday morning. They camped out the night before and went fishing early for my nephew's birthday so they got home a little too late for breakfast. Anyway, I made cheese grits, eggs, bacon, buttermilk biscuits and fresh fruit. I love breakfast food; I could literally eat it for every meal. We also had my family out for dinner Sunday evening so I made the hubby's request, homemade apple pie. I use Southern Living's recipe. It's really time consuming, but so worth it. For dinner, we fried up the fish the boys caught that morning. Ah such manly activities for Father's Day...hunting up food to feed the whole family.
How much does Caroline look like my dad?! Maybe it's their hairdo, but they're both pretty darn cute.
What I'm Wearing:
Perfect church dress, perfect wedding dress, perfect everything in the summertime Linen dress by Judith March. In. Love.
What I'm working on:
Here's a few things listed in my Etsy Shop:
Working on getting quite a few more baby bows added including Gameday colors and monogrammable seersucker bows, but I'm off to a good start so far. I really want to be able to still generate income myself, but still spend the majority of my time with Caroline, so I started an Etsy shop as a way to test the waters. I keep contemplating doing an online version of the giftshop I had here in town a few years back. Hmmmm.
What's Making me Smile:
What else...my cute little chick :) Yep, she stands up in her little car now when you try to push her around in it. This child is Hell.On.Wheels. Literally. I feel like I have a future Road Rager on my hands. Don't have a clue where on earth she'd have learned those tendencies...certainly not from her Mama.
Saved the best for last. Could you just die?! I mean, full on pageant pose with the pretty feet pop toe (Toddlers and Tiarras reference anyone?) to sucking in that little tummy. Her platform will be World Peace. Miss Kentucky, ya better watch your crown.