Sunday, February 17, 2013

Park Playdate

With this fabulous weather in the middle of February, we had to take advantage today at the park. Ava was able to partake in her favorite park activities, including stick/leaf/bark collecting. 

Luckily, the Arnolds were able to join us as well. These dear friends are moving to Austin in a few weeks, and even though they won't be that far away, we will miss them so much!

Ava and Henry had so much fun hanging out at the park. 

I love leg hugs!

Practicing her yoga poses.

Henry is such a cutie!

"Are you trying to steal the truck or my man? Either way...not cool!"

"I found a leaf for you, Henry."

All that playing made Ava hungry, and she found some kind strangers with snacks to share. 

"Did you say Cheddar Bunnies?"


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My name is Catherine, but most of my friends call me Cat. I was born and raised in Austin, went to TCU, and ended up in Dallas for law school (where Josh and I met). I decided that being an attorney was not my cup of tea and pursued a career in legal marketing. I am now a mother of two attempting to balance family with a full-time job, which is always an adventure. I love: my sweet babies, handsome husband, very large family, and fabulous friends; trying new restaurants; wine; TCU football; holidays; cooking; The Bar Method; pajamas; Topo Chico; reading; coffee; Central Market; carbs; the beach; mani/pedis; Anthropologie; binge-worthy TV shows and podcasts; trivia; French 75s; Pinterest; cheese boards; The Ticket; dancing; Sprinkles cupcakes; The Texas Rangers; fresh flowers; thunderstorms; naps; Tex-Mex; the Texas Hill Country; porch-sitting; ranch dressing; throwing parties; and my job. I hate: working-mom guilt; snakes; heights; waking up early; ignorant people; stomach bugs; paper cuts; green fruit; snoring; bad hair days; the sound of people eating (Misophonia); scary movies; bad drivers; pulpy OJ; trimming baby fingernails; and Miracle Whip. That pretty much sums it up.


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