Why? Weekends!

Hello there! I’m a day late on the weekend recap, because I was down with whatever early spring crud is going around, involving sniffles and generally not wanting to leave my bed. In fact, I had to cancel a date with the world’s cutest nieces on Sunday, so you know it was serious!

But before the crud hit, I managed to get in a bit of fun over the weekend. On Friday night, Matthew, his dad, and I hit the St. John Vianney fish fry. I love church fish fries during Lent! St. John Vianney has an $11 adult buffet that includes breaded or baked fish, soup, salad, pierogi, mac ‘n cheese, french fries, and pie.

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So tasty! For a handy guide of area fish fries, so you can take advantage of this tasty Lenten tradition, click here.

On Saturday morning, Matthew and I got up bright and early for our “Baby Basics” class, offered through our hospital. The class covered a bit of everything from diapering to bathing to swaddling, in hopes of getting you somewhat prepared for the tiny human.

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Yup, that’s Matthew holding the Cabbage Patch doll he swaddled. He’s super happy I took this picture of him.

The class was a good crash course, although I still can’t quite imagine what it’s going to be like to actually have to do all these things for real. I also can’t believe we’re at the point of taking these classes, which means the due date is really coming up (in 2 months actually)!

From preparing for a baby to, well, things you do to get a baby, I went to a Pure Romance party at my friend Katie’s place on Saturday night.

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If you haven’t been to one, it’s definitely a fun Girls’ Night In, as long as you’re very comfortable with the people you’re with (having known everyone at the party for over 10 years, I was good).

The rest of the weekend (and yesterday) was spent fighting the crud and I’m starting to feel somewhat better, so here’s to a fun week and weekend ahead!

How was your weekend? Where is your favorite Cleveland fish fry?


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