…but unfortunately not much food!
Good morning from beautiful Lake Oconee!
I’m blogging from the lovely state of Georgia at Mom and Dad’s house.
It’s been a whirlwind of a weekend! It all began on Friday with a party for my friend, Dan’s, birthday. It wasn’t just any birthday- it was a special one. 11-11-11. Definitely reason to celebrate, and Hailey decided she had to be there as well.
Bright and early Saturday morning, Hailey and I were packed up and on the road. 4 hours later, we arrived at the happiest place on earth.
…if you look closely, you can see the famous arches in the background!
It was Hailey’s first trip to the beautiful University of Georgia… and from her expression, she is less than thrilled ;), but I assure you she had a good time once she arrived on North Campus and spent a few hours tailgating and meeting mommy’s friends!
We didn’t stay for the game, though it turned out to be a great one- the dawgs looked incredible and beat Auburn 45-7! (Sorry, Brooklyn, had to throw that in 😉 )
Then it was on to Mom and Dad’s house, where Hailey enjoyed baking with her Nana.
On Sunday Hailey met more of her family members, including her great grandmother, great aunt and uncle, seconds cousins… once removed? We’re not sure about that title, but oh well!
Check out our 4 generations: Ann, Sherry Ann, Brittany Ann and Hailey Ann!
She also got to show her Uncle Kris and Aunt Cara how much she’s grown in 8 weeks.
She must have worn herself out because she slept from 8:30pm until 6:30am. A new record!
I realize this post hasn’t shown one single food picture, but now you know why… we were busy! But I do need to brag quickly on my mom’s pumpkin bread.
I’m enjoying a toasted piece right now and it tastes like the fall season in loaf form- delicious 🙂
What is your favorite fall activity?
Tailgating ranks pretty high up on my list, next to pumpkin patches and chili cook offs 🙂