I put in the work and now I am being rewarded for it.... Moms, Having all of your kids at school is not terrible! Your day will come and all I can say is have some mama friends to play with. Julie and I ran errands together all day, we basically needed to do the same thing so why not do it together. You can see my other mom dates here.
I blogged earlier in the week about Henry and kindergarten. He has some funny stories to tell me when he gets home. He loves school and I'm so thankful that he in enjoying himself and learning! We also have the best kindergarten teacher! I'm thankful she had Lucy first because Henry is a different kind of Bost...
Jonathan and I will be leading small groups for the youth at church this year. We are excited. I ordered this book because it is geared towards teenage girls and it really has been a blessing to me. You do not have to be a teenager to enjoy this book!
Do you remember the Nordstrom sale? Remember I told you I ordered the faux leather spanx leggings? Well, I ended up finding a pair on thredup but instead of black they were a purplish color... I returned the $70 Nordstrom leggings (guys, I don't spend money like that on leggings, but I had some bday money and I really wanted these leggings...). I kept the thredup leggings because they were $8. Yesterday I logged into thredup and saw the black faux leather leggings in my size and snatched those up for $8. Right now Thredup has free shipping if you sign up for mobile notifications and order from your phone. There's some good deals to be had!
You can signup with this link and get $10 off your first order. Also, there's a code to get 40% off your first order as well!
5. Costco Artichoke/spinach dip.
Let's end on a high note. This dip is amazing! Julie and I served it at our back to school brunch. Then we ate it at the pool. Then I bought another tub. Then I served it to a friend. Then I sat and dipped and ate until my jaw hurt! The End.
God is bigger than this and Jesus can fix it.
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