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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Guess What?


So I guess the secret's out!
I'm jumping on the bandwagon of the other million bloggers that are pregnant.
I am currently 13 weeks along and due on September 6th, the day before my 29th birthday.

This is my excuse for being a less than impressive blogger for the past couple of months.
I have been dealing with extreme tiredness and nausea.
It has been better for the last week or so but I have still been getting heartburn on the regular.

Wow, it feels good to get that out.
I have known since December 30th
I just wanted to wait until I passed the 12 week mark to let you all in on it.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Dear 16 Year Old Mal:

Every week Lena from Mom 2 Memphis and Ruby does a Tuesday 10 link up. This week it is a list of 10 things you would say to your 16 year old self. I thought this would be pretty fun since I was kind of an idiot at 16. I'm hoping I don't pass it on to Aubs but I think the odds are against me.

This is me at 16. Do you like my red eye and Old Navy performance fleece?

10 Things I Would Say My 16 Year Old Self:

1. Break up with your boyfriend, he is a jackass and will cheat on you with your cousin in a few months.

2. Save some of your money! You have a great job for a 16 year old and you will appreciate that extra cash when you get to college.

3. Spend more time on your school work. You might as well start this wonderful habit now because it will pay off in the future.

4. Don't take life so seriously- you're only 16. You'll have your whole adulthood to do that.

5. Your brown eyes are beautiful- stop putting those stupid colored contacts in.

6. Get your driver's license. You will regret it when a student driver car is picking you up at your dorm room(true story).

7. Spend more time with your girlfriends instead of your boyfriend.

8. Be nicer to your peers.

9. Eat healthier. Diet coke for breakfast and nachos and Snapple for lunch isn't a balanced diet.

10. Life isn't always easy but as you get older you learn to deal with it better.

Head on over to Mom 2 Memphis and Ruby and check out everyone else's list or better yet, make your own and link up.


*Don't forget to stop back by tomorrow- I have a pretty amazing post planned.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Mondays are for Music V.12

Did you know that I'm kind of a geek in the way I adore Tori Amos?
Her and I go back to about my freshman year of high school.
She is one artist who I never fell out of love with.
I still listen to her music at least weekly and sometimes I go on Tori sprees and won't take the cd out of my player for a month at a time.
I know- lame... but I love it.

It's hard for me to pick a favorite song but this is definitely one of them.

Make this easy, it's not as heavy as it seems.

Friday, February 24, 2012

I Heart Publix (and you should too)

Attention Publix Shoppers! From February 23–29 you can participate in P&G’s “One List Life” promotion, available exclusively at Publix: simply select any four fabulous participating P&G items and pick up a FREE Rotisserie Chicken while you’re at it! Learn more at www.savingspg.com.

I absolutely love Pubix Supermarkets, if you don’t have one by you then you are missing out. I am at Publix at least once a week but usually more. When Aubs was a newborn I was there pretty much there every other day. Her car seat didn’t fit nicely in the top basket so I always put her in the main part which left little room for groceries. During that time, I got to know a lot of the staff at my neighborhood Publix and many of them are still there two years later. It is always great to go food shopping and see happy familiar faces. When The Clever Girls Collective contacted me and informed me that I was chosen to take part in P & G’s “One List Life” promotion at Publix, I was super excited.

Right now and through the 29th of February Publix and P&G are teaming up to give their customer’s a great offer. When you buy 4 or more participating P&G products (which you can find here) you get a free Publix rotisserie chicken. Have you ever had a rotisserie chicken from Publix? They are amazing. You can eat them straight or incorporate them into so many different dishes.

The really great thing about the “One List Life” promotion is that it gives you the chance to see how affordable and easy it is to get everything on your shopping list at one store. Often products other than food at supermarkets can be pricier than they would be from other retailers. That is not the case with Publix. They give you great deals on all products, especially those from P & G. I was shocked to see how cheap the Tide and the Pantene were. This deal can even be better if you are an avid coupon clipper. P&G’s brandSAVER from January 29th can be used in addition to this promotion and save you even more.




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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Bumps and Bruises


I'm not one of those mom's who cried at my daughter's first shots. I always hear mom's saying that it was hard for them to be in the room during their babies shots because they would burst into tears too. That just wasn't me. I mean she was just squeezed out of my birth canal, how bad could a couple of needle pricks be compared to that? It sucks seeing her cry because something hurts but it's usually pain that I know will go away quickly and will soon be forgotten.

Today was a little bit different. We were at Gymboree this morning and Aubrey started crying out of nowhere. She never cries at Gymboree so I found this to be a little bit strange. Then I noticed she was grabbing her arm. I picked her up and tried to console her because I thought maybe she had just bumped it. There was no consoling her. She wasn't scream crying but crying enough that I knew something was up. I took her out into the lobby and looked at her arm. When I lifted it up or bent it upwards she would cry more but she didn't mind when I squeezed it or bent it inward. I knew it wasn't crazy serious because the caliber of her crying wasn't enough for it to be. I called my husband and told him I was coming down to his office so he could look at it. On the way there it hit me, the mommy tears. I guess I am one of those mom's too sometimes it just take more than shots or a skinned knee to make me crack. I hated seeing her in pain that doesn't go away with a song and some extra kisses.

My husband came to the same conclusion as me. She must of twisted it or hyper extended it. How did she do it? I have no idea. She falls and bumps into kids all the time and just shakes it off. I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary this morning but it must have been something. The rest of the day has been pretty miserable because of it. Aubrey won't use her left arm and has been vegging on the couch all day whining. This is pretty unusual for her because even when she is sick I can't manage to get her to sit still. I guess it is just a waiting game to see if it gets better or worse. At this point I think that taking her to the hospital would be just a waste of time. Like I said before I think that if it were a serious injury she would have been screaming her head off. I also think that I would have noticed what caused it. So here I sit on the couch with my little trouper for the rest of the day rotating between Mickey Mouse, Olivia and Peppa Pig.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Blue's Fest

Last weekend we went to a blues festival on the water
Joe's dad is a huge blues fan and goes every year
We met Joe's parents, my parents, Joe's brother and our niece and nephew there.
The weather was gorgeous and we had a great time.
My mom even went on one of those bungee trampoline things which she says she has always want to do but was too chicken.

Here's some photos from our day







Do you see my husband showing off doing flips?



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Tuesday, February 21, 2012


I was a bit of a bookworm in the beginning of the year. In the first five weeks of 2012 I read five books and that doesn't include me re-reading the entire Hunger Games trilogy again so technically I read eight books. I tend to have a cycle with reading. I go insane and read every spare minute that I have for weeks and then I will not read a single book for a couple of months in between. In fact I have had The Maze Runner downloaded for over a week now and I haven't even read the first page. I also haven't been to the gym in about two weeks which accounts for some of my non-reading. Aubs has had a runny nose and they will kick you out of the kids club faster than you can spit out, "I swear it wasn't green this morning" if they so much as see a tint of color in your kid's snot.

So anyway I thought I would share the books I have read with you in case you are looking for a good read or looking to avoid a bad one. I'm not going to go over The Hunger Games because everyone and their mother(including mine- I made her read them) knows that they are incredibly addicting and entertaining. The books that I am sharing with you are in the order I read them, not how much I liked them because the first two book kinda really sucked.

Alice in Deadland by Mainak Dhar


This book is based in India 16 years after "The Rising". The rising happened when a chemical warfare project got out of hand and turned the majority of the population into flesh eating zombies. The story follow a 16 year old girl named Alice who was born just 3 months before the rising and survived with her family in a compound that protects it's self from zombies. Her father was employed at the United States embassy and that's how they got the in.
Alice's whole life has basically been in survival mode and she is highly skilled on how to fight and kill zombies. One day when she was out hunting zombies, she saw one with costume rabbit ears on and followed it down a hole. Hence the name Alice in Deadland. Surprisingly the zombies don't kill her because they believe that she will fulfill some sort of prophecy that they believe will end the war between humans and zombies. They believe this because their queen has a Alice in Wonderland book that she shows them. The whole book is basically Alice attempting to help the zombies defeat a Chinese army of soldiers.

My Take on the Book:
I didn't like it. I have to admit that I'm not usually one for zombies. I can take them or leave them and I have never read a book that had zombies in it. I downloaded the book because it was recommended if your like The Hunger Games and I read a few good reviews on the book. I thought the beginning started out pretty interesting when the author describes the rising and how certain groups of people survived. This is why I kept on reading it, I thought if the beginning was good then maybe the rest of the book would be too. I was wrong. I thought the plot was long and dragged out and that the ending was anti-climatic. I also thought that the whole Alice in Wonderland theme wasn't well played. Long story short- the book wasn't for me but if you like zombies and lots of fighting scenes then you might want to check this one out.

Chasing Amanda by Melissa Foster


Molly's world is turned upside down after she witnesses a kidnapping that she didn't realize was a kidnapping at the time. The little girl who was kidnapped ended up being murdered and Molly had a hard time forgiving herself for not doing anything. In an attempt to banish the bad memory Molly moves her family from the city to a small town. There she regains some sort of normalcy until years later when a little girl about the same age as the one before is kidnapped from her new town. On top of seeing the kidnapping from years before, Molly also has visions that she thinks will help find the girl. Molly also finds out that another girl from that town was also kidnapped 20 years prior in almost the same manner as the current girl and she was never found.

My Take on the Book:
Orginally I liked this book. I am always enjoy a good mystery. The part about the visions didn't come off as cheesy as you might think. Basically I didn't end up liking the book because the author spent way too much time trying to lead you in the wrong direction. *spoiler alert* When you finally did find out the big mystery it had pretty much nothing to do with what the rest of the book and by pretty much I mean almost nothing at all. It was incredibly disappointing. I think the author was trying to be Jodi Picoult and failed miserably.

Rockabye by Rebecca Woolf


A Los Angeles based writer in her early 20s unexpectedly finds out that she is pregnant. She quickly must change her wild ways and focus on her new life as a mother. The writer comically accounts her challenges and triumphs of being pregnant, getting married and being a new mom while trying to remain true to herself.

My Take on the Book:
First off I must admit that I might be a little bit biased. I have been reading Rebecca's blog for over three years and already loved her before I read her book. With that said, I had kind of high expectations. Those expectations were definitely met. I love her honesty and could totally relate to a lot of her experiences. The one I could most relate to was trying to make other mom friends as a new mom. It is way harder than it sounds and I can relate to Rebecca on all levels of this. If you have ever joined a "moms's group" I'm sure you know what I am talking about. I highly recommend this to all moms that are trying to find a balance between the old you and the new you.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor


This one is a tough one to summarize because the book opens up it's details slowly but cleverly and I don't want to spoil any surprises. The story follows an art student in Prague who lives a very unusual personal life. In the first quarter of the book the main character, Karou, life is turned upside down and she must now try to discover who she is to try to save the unusual "family" that she loves.

My Take on the Book:
I really liked it. It is completely different from anything I have read of usually read. There are mythical crearures in the book which I usually find silly but I thought this book was really well written. The beginning starts out slow and a little bit confusing but as the story unravels, it becomes more and more engaging. It is also the first in a series of books and I am highly anticipating the release of the next one. It is called Days of Blood and Starlight and will be released September 18th 2012.

Divergent by Veronica Roth


This book is based in the future city of Chicago. It is completely fenced off and guarded. The city is separated into five sectors. The sectors are Erudite- the intelligent, Abnegation- the selfless, Candor- the honest, Amity- the peaceful, and Dauntless- the brave. At the age of 16 the residences of the city are given an aptitude test to best determine which sector they belong in. It is then their choice to choose and go through an initiation process in order to be accepted into the sector of their choice. The book follows the story of a 16 year old girl named Beatrice who now must make the decision for herself.

My Take on the Book:
This was my favorite out of all of them. I read it in a day and a half. I definitely recommend it if you read The Hunger Games and liked them because this book has a very similar feel. I have nothing bad to say about it except that I'm sad that the next book hasn't come out yet but it is expected sometime this year.

There you go five of my latest reads.
This took me a long time to write.
Maybe I should stick to reviewing 3 books at a time instead of 5.
If you have any book suggestions for me let me know, as you can see I love to read.
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Monday, February 20, 2012

Mondays are for Music V.11

This song has been stuck in my head for the better part of 2 weeks

It's catchy- so you might be humming it later today

Walk the Moon "Anna Sun"

We got no money but we got heart.

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Saturday, February 18, 2012


Basically from the day I started my blog, I was counting the days until I could put it on Top Baby Blogs.
This is because before I became a blogger myself, I found many of my favorite blogs on there.
As soon as I hit my 3 month mark I signed up.
The site and the system seemed to be a little different but I didn't really think that much in to it.
Then I started to notice that some of my daily reads were also members according to their blog but I never saw them on the actual directory of blogs which I found odd.
So about a week ago I relized that I was actually a member of Top Mommy Blogs, not Top Baby Blogs.

I feel pretty stupid that it took me so long to realize it.
Anyway I signed up for Top Baby Blogs and got approved so now I will be sporting their badge on my site.
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You need 3 unique to show up in the directory.
I even included a few cute pics of my top baby to sway you.




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Thursday, February 16, 2012

I'm kind of a big deal....

...in the world of educational birth videos, that is.

When I was in the hospital after Aubs was born I was in a blissful state. I had just delivered a beautiful healthy baby girl who nursed like a champion (one of my biggest fears was that I would have trouble nursing). I was able to eat carbs again which I wasn’t able to do while pregnant because I had GD. Everything was just perfect. The stars were aligned and I was happy- maybe a little too openly blissful and cheery. My sunny demeanor is probably what made the nurses decide that I was the best candidate to send the director to. Yes you read that right, director, as in film director.

Little did I know in my baby fog that there was a film crew on the maternity ward of my hospital filming an educational birth video to be distributed to doctors and midwives offices throughout Florida and God only knows where else. Of course they hadn’t filmed us (yet) because you have to fill out all sorts of consent forms and what not. I became aware of the situation when my nurse came in and asked me if it would be alright if the director came in to talk to me.

In walked a very pleasant middle aged woman with clipboard. My husband was actually not there at the time because he had gone home to shower and get some things that I had needed. I believe that I was nursing when she came in and she sat down right next to my bed. She commented that I seemed like such a natural and so content. I took this as a huge compliment. I thought, “I’m awesome and this woman can clearly see that too.”

Then she broke it down for me. She was with a production crew who was filming an educational video for doctors’ offices to show to expecting mothers. She also told me that I was one of the only new mothers who were breastfeeding on the floor. In retrospect I’m pretty sure she was lying about that one but then again my husband said that there were always a lot of babies in the nursery and it’s hard to have a baby in the nursery when you’re breastfeeding. Who cares anyway, that’s not the point of this story. Basically all the flattery had me saying yes even before my husband got back and I was able to run it by him.

Within an hour or so Joe got back to the hospital and I let him in on what I had just agreed to. He didn’t seem to mind. We were stuck in the hospital anyway and this would at least entertain us for a little while. Pretty soon we were met by a team of three people- the woman from before, a camera guy and the producer. We were given a bunch of paperwork and waivers to fill out and then briefed by the director on what we would be doing. I had no lines but my husband and the nurse that was helping out did. My role was basically to look adoringly at my baby (easy) and breastfeed (only top boob, no nipples exposed. I made sure of that).

The whole ordeal probably lasted about an hour. It was a little strange having a camera crew and studio lighting in our hospital room the day after I gave birth but the whole experience of giving birth for the first time is a little strange all on its own. The actual scene we shot was a little more difficult than we assumed too. It’s hard to act natural and not look at the camera in such an unnatural situation. We would totally suck at being reality t.v. stars. With all that said and done, it actually only seemed like a small event within the huge event of having out first child.

We didn’t really think of it much after it had happened and had basically forgotten about it. The producer was supposed to contact us once the film was complete so we could get a copy. This was one of the reasons why we did it in the first place. We thought it would be cool to have a professional video of Aubs first day on earth. They never ended up contacting us so we just figured that our scene had been cut out, no harm no foul. I was actually pretty relieved. I mean what I was thinking doing something like that. I was bloated from Pitocin and looked like complete crap. I also was a little embarrassed about breastfeeding on camera although it was very discreet. I am extremely pro-breastfeeding but the thought of a million doctors’ offices having a video of me doing it gave me the creeps. Whatever, I wouldn’t have to worry about all that now because obviously it never got put into the movie.

Then about a month ago my husband got a phone call from his brother, Craig. Craig was out to lunch and he had gotten a phone call from one of his and my husband’s investors. The investor asked Craig if by any chance Joe and his wife had been filmed for a birthing video. He and his wife were expecting their second child and had just watch an educational birth video and thought they recognized Joe. Craig said he wasn’t sure but he called Joe to confirm. That’s when it hit us. They did use our scene and now it was available for the whole world to see. Worst of all a man who invests in my husband’s business saw it, me at my absolute worst and he isn’t the only one, just the only one that we know about. Awesome... just awesome.

Basically the moral of this story is, never agree to anything right after you have a baby. You are sappy and take compliments way too seriously and if you’re as unlucky as me you will end up forever on film to educate couples on their impending birth experience. I find is kind of comical now that the sting has worn off, that is if I try not to think of it at all- or ever.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Blue Dress

As I have mentioned before, my daughter is a walker/runner
Take her to the beach, the park, the sidewalk and she will go for miles
We keep this in mind when dining out
We try to go to restaurants that have sidewalks around them so Aubs can burn some energy after dinner

These pictures are from about a week ago after a dinner out with my parents
Aubs had run up and down the sidewalk about a million times and found a chair to rest on
She's too much some times and I mean that in the best way possible


"Geez Ma, easy on the flash"


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Monday, February 13, 2012

Mondays are for Dancing?

Instead of my usual music video post today,
I am posting this adorable video of Aubs dancing to Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold"

We went to the Florida State Fair yesterday and it was packed so Aubs was confined to her stroller most of the time.
We stopped where a live band was playing to eat something and let he out because it wasn't too busy in that area.
As soon as we let her loose she started dancing-
I guess she really enjoys 70's rock

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Our Weekend

This Wednesday I thought I'd share some snaps from our weekend.
It was pretty low key
On Saturday we had breakfast at Joe's Mom's house with the whole family and then went up to my parents house for dinner.
The boys went out on the boat but I stayed back with my Mom and Aubs because I haven't been feeling well.
On Sunday we went to the beach in the morning and at night Joe went to his brother's to watch the Super Bowl








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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Forty Eight

I've been nursing a pretty nasty cold since Friday night. I think Aubs got it at the gym daycare and passed it to me. Anyway I've been napping while she naps lately and going to bed early so I haven't had a lot of spare time to blog. I saw this little Q & A on Sunny with a Chance of Sprinkles last week and I thought I'd give it a whirl.


1.What time did you wake up this morning? Around 6:30 and got up at about 6:25. Aubs is my alarm. Occasionally I will get up earlier and get some blogging or editing done but I haven’t been doing that a lot lately.
2. How do you like your steak? Medium rare if it’s a quality cut. If I am in the mood for one when we are at an Applebee’s or Chili’s, I will up it to medium.
3. What was the last film you saw at the cinema? Twlight Breaking Dawn- disappointing
4. What's your favorite TV show? That’s tricky- I like different shows for different reasons- my current favs are Parenthood, Parks & Rec and Californication.
5. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Australia. Preferably Melbourne or Sydney
6. What did you have for breakfast? Just coffee but I also had bacon gouda sandwich at Starbucks but it was at 11 so I’m not sure if that qualifies as breakfast.
7. What is your favorite food? Peanut Butter
8. Foods you dislike? Beets and canned green beans
9. Favorite place to eat? Anywhere on the beach or bay, Cheesecake factory, Flamestone Grill
10. Favorite dressing? Balsamic Vinegar
11. What kind of vehicle do you drive? An Envoy Denali
12. What are your favorite clothes? Cute but comfy.
13. Where would you visit if you had the chance? Costa Rica
14. Cup 1/2 empty or 1/2 full? Sorry to say but it’s been half empty lately.
15. Where would you want to retire? If I still live in Florida by then I’ll probably just stay here.
16. Favorite time of day? Early evening when my husband gets home and we can spend time as a family. Naptime is nice too though.
17. Where were you born? Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
18. What's your favorite sport to watch? In person- baseball. On t.v.- anything X Games related
19. What's your favorite fragrance? lavender
20. What's your favorite face cream? Origins A Perfect World face cream
21. Favorite baby/kids product? When Aubs was teeny tiny- the Miracle Blanket was my favorite
22. People watcher? Yes- especially in airports and casinos
23. Are you a morning person or night owl? Neither lately but it depends- I can be either depending on where I am in my life. Lately it’s more morning person
24. Do you have any pets? Yes, a Boston Terrier named Ruby
25. Any new/exciting news to share? Not at the moment but maybe soon
26. What did you want to be when you were little? A dancer or a school teacher
27. What is your favorite memory? I have too many to pick a favorite.
28. Are you a cat or dog person? Dog
29. Are you married? Yes for 3 ½ years but we’ve been together for 10 years
30. Always wear your seat belt? Yes, it’s out of habit now.
31. Been in a car accident? Yes- my boyfriend in high school thought he was a tough guy and drove too fast.
32. Any pet peeves? When people break and then put on their turn signal- there’s really no point if you’ve already hit your breaks.
33. Favorite pizza toppings? Pepperoni and black olives
34. Favorite flower? I don’t really have one- maybe sunflowers or hydrangeas
35. Favorite ice cream? Birthday cake
36. Favorite fast food restaurant? McDonalds
37. How many times did you fail your driver's test? Nope but I also didn’t get it until I was 19.
38. From whom did you get your last email? Pinterest
39. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card? Nordstom
40. Do anything spontaneous lately? You can’t be too spontaneous with a 2 year old.
41. Like your job? Yes but my boss has been hard on me lately.
42. Broccoli? Yes but I don’t eat it as often as I’d like because my husband doesn’t like it.
43. What was your favorite vacation? Honeymoon to St. Lucia
44. Last person you went out to dinner with? My parents and Aubs
45. What are you listening to right now? Pretty Little Liars is on in the background.
46. What is your favorite color? I don’t have one- I like them all.
47. How many tattoos do you have? One
48. Coffee drinker?Yes

Monday, February 6, 2012

Mondays are for Music V.10

I heard this She & Him cover of "You've Really Got a Hold on Me" at the gym the other day and I really like it.
I am also a fan of their cover of The Smiths "Please Please Please" but that's probably because I also love the original.

I hope you all had a lovely weekend.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Scavenger Hunt #2

Well- I fell off last week but now I'm back. A little late- but back.

Strike A Pose
My niece Angelia is always willing to strike a pose for the camera.

BIG TOMS & little toms

Bloggy blogging

A beaded patio light at my mother in-law's house

Color Me Green
Aubs favorite color to decorate my tiles when I'm not looking- I'm so thankful for magic erasers.

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