Lets get right to it...
one. I have a date with THIS hunk-a-burnin' Aussie love tonight and if you have never seen Keith Urban in concert, I'm fully convinced you haven't lived yet. Ok...maybe that's just the country music obsessee coming out in me but holy mother of all things sexy! A few years back was my first time to see him at the rodeo and though I really liked his music, I wasn't necessarily a huge fan (like I am for my boys of FGL). It was that first rodeo I saw him when he go INTO the stands with all of us in the audience and sang his little Australian/country music heart out that I immediately fell in. love. As you can tell from the picture, he's pretty excited to see me, too.
three. I have seen this gem at HobLob for the past year now and every time I've gone back to buy it, its been sold the heck out! Not this time, my friends! BEST $25 I think I've spent in a while! And it's big!! If I had to guess (though I'm no mathematician over here...) I'd say it's about 2 ft x 2 ft! It hangs in our kitchen right where the morning sun hits it and I just love it!
four. I came home to find our gender reveal invitation in our mailbox and immediately squealed with excited! This is just a little sneak peek and I promise to post more about it but my brother is an incredible designer and worked with my best friend, Ashley, to design these for us! (Seriously...is my baby brother talented or WHAT?!) Sidenote: Is it weird that this invitation started to make this whole thing real for me??! These past 14 weeks haven't felt all that surreal for me because overall, I've felt pretty good and I didn't really look pregnant but I feel like once you find out what you're having and you can actually buy something pink or blue for that little nugget of yours that it really starts to hit home! Ah! Two weeks from tomorrow and I'll know!! I AM DYING.
and five. I saved the best for last (duh) because on this very day last year, March 14, we brought our sweet Oakley girl home, into our lives and changed our world forever. (And for the better, of course!) Whew-those first nights were rough, those teeth were sharp, she tested our patience like nothing ever before (and still does) but I know I speak for both Beau and myself when I say we cannot imagine life without our 80 pound sassafrass. She's grounded us, she's made us start to feel like we are already kinda parents and she adores us every single second of every single day. There really is no love like that of a dog. :)
Be sure to link up with the girls for "Five on Friday"!!