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Humpday Confessions 2.19.20

Guess what day it is? Humpday! Guess what time it is? Humpday Confessions time! I made a new header for this post with the humpday camel because I am a dork. Anyway, it’s time for me to come clean with all my scandalous things from the last month. Hop into the confessional with me and lets repent.

I confess….

That I busted into Nate’s phone to text myself a picture he took of me and Ollie the other day of the two of us reading because he hadn’t sent it to me yet and I wanted it.

That I didn’t drink wine on National Drink Wine Day but I still put on a wine themed shirt and took a picture for Instagram.

That we’ve been working on limiting Ollie’s video game and screen time on weekends and it’s a good thing but I miss that he plays much more independently when he plays something on a screen. I’m not getting quite as much reading time. Oh well. Someday he won’t want to hang out with us I suppose!

That I bought a book at Ollie’s school book fair as a Valentine’s Day present to him but partly because I really wanted to read it too.

That we went out on a date night for Valentine’s Day the day after and Ollie stayed with my parents, but we were home early enough that we almost could’ve just picked him up. We just enjoyed a nice night “off” so to speak and watched movies in our PJs instead.

That I made cookies with Ollie the other day because I knew he wanted them but mostly because I was craving cookie dough.

That I went to Target the other day to buy two things we needed and I only bought those two things!

That we got rid of our elliptical machine the other day and I’m not sad about it. This is going to hopefully be the year of less stuff.

That I once again had a nice little stash of earnings saved up on Poshmark and I once again turned around and spent that on something else from Poshmark. One of these days I’ll learn better. Maybe.

That we’ve been pretty much binge watching a favorite old show of ours and haven’t really been watching anything else lately. Hibernation much? Yep. Original? Nope.

And that’s what I’ve got this month!  I know, it’s SO scandalous. I also confess that I didn’t figure out what I needed to do to make this a link up yet, but I have serious plans to do that, so come on back on March 18th and we’ll see what we can come up with! Until then, if you have something to confess this month, hit me in the comments!

5 thoughts on “Humpday Confessions 2.19.20

  1. I love these posts so much. My niece has been taking a screen time break because her phone died and it’s been nice seeing her face more. It does keep them busy, but it’s good for all kids to learn balance or they’ll grow up to be device-addicted adults like so many in our generation. I love school book fairs. I always got excited at the potential for new reads and probably still would if I had kids of my own.

  2. I always love your confessions—especially the one about making cookies to eat the cookie dough because I can’t think of a better reason than that 😉 also I can’t believe you went to Target and managed to leave with only the two items you went in for! That’s amazing!! I feel like it negates the whole poshmark thing 🙂 oy: can you please talk to Bryan about the elliptical situation? We have one and I don’t get why it’s still in our house when neither of us uses it. Le sigh.

  3. Gah, I feel like my confessions post would be mostly cookies and Elizabeth Banks. That could get old quickly! I feel amazed that you went to Target for two things and came out with two things. Feels … unworldly!

  4. I do that a lot–make cookies “to do something fun with the kids” but really I just wanted cookies. 🙂 And I went to Target last night and only bought the 3 things on my list too. We deserve a medal for those Target trips! 🙂

  5. Haha, I love that commercial with the camel…. so I appreciate your new feature image for these posts LOL

    I haven’t baked cookies in ages. I am more of a pound cake/muffins person, but I haven’t baked anything for a while. Maybe soon! 🙂

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