We picked up my parents and went out to brunch at one of my favorite restaurants in Plymouth, MA.
|It was not a log cabin, we were just waiting in the coat room.|
|This is why we make the drive to this place. Yum!|
|If the menu says M&M on it, you know my little M.M. will be ordering it.|
This shirt was $5 at JC Penney
The necklaces were gifts from the kids, and of course, priceless.
And yes, I wore the necklaces all day!
|We went for ice cream after brunch. Calories don't count on Mother's Day.|
|J-P was upset Phil ordered him a kid size.|
|Eamon doesn't care what size he gets, as long as he gets some!|
|Coffee soft serve with chocolate jimmies. Yum!|
|Then we went to inspect my parent's new house. My Dad is still working on it, but it looks so nice already! The original house was the brick part.|
|View from the side. There's also a huge backyard, and the plan is that we will buy this house from them in a couple years and add on an in-law suite and another bedroom above it. Then we can all live here together!|
We went home and had nap time. I slept for 3 hours!!! #bestmother'sdayever
|Our town has these huge "windmills" that can be seen from very far away. We took the kids on a walk/scooter ride to see them up close.|
|Our walk brought us to the ocean, we are so lucky to live here.|
|My top five reasons I love being a mom.|
|My loves! |
I thanked Phil for such a wonderful day, and I thanked him for making me a mother and he replied "It was my pleasure" :) Turns out my Dad said the same thing to my mom that day as well. Men. Gotta love 'em.