March was a sneaky one! We had our Disney trip at the very end of February, and I blinked and now it’s April! What the heck? My work schedule has been really crazy lately (which is why I haven’t been posting here as much as I usually do) and we had spring break.
So here’s our Family Favorites for the light-speed month of March!
I am very boring when it comes to how I dress. The majority of my closet is black and grey. I have no idea what is causing me to gravitate to all these flowery things this month, but I just am! I have never purchased so many prints (and flower prints at that!) in my LIFE. Flower patterned scarves, shorts, shirts and even shoes! I am flower crazy and I love it!
Elsa Princess Dress
For my Disney family favorites edition, I mentioned how Donnie’s mom bought Mila the most amazing Elsa dress for her birthday. Well, I am here to tell you now that it is TOO amazing. Mila would wear this dress ALL DAY, EVERY DAY if she could. She wears it to play outside, to go to the bank, food shopping… anywhere. She thinks she is a legit celebrity when she wears it, too. She walks around just waving at people and showing off her dress. It’s hilarious. I am not ashamed to admit that my husband and I will hide the dress if we are going somewhere where we don’t want her to wear it and then say we don’t know where it is. But she does look pretty darn cute in it.
|This is her first time putting the dress on after Grandma gave it to her!|
Donnie & Hudson
Inflatable Water Slide
My husband and son have the same family favorite and it’s a good one! (even though this technically shouldn’t be a March family favorite since we just got it this week, but whatever) I sent my husband to Sam’s Club to get a ham and he came home with a water slide. (and the ham) This thing has been a major hit and we have only used it a few times. It doesn’t look like much, but the kids play with it NON-STOP. You hook it up to your hose so the slide stays slippery. It also came with two inflatable boards with handles to slide down, or you can use regular boogie boards (all the ones we have work great) or just go down yourself. The kids loved it during Easter, we put it out after the egg hunt and then all we had to do was sit and watch them all go crazy. I was worried Mila was too little to use it, but she quickly proved us wrong and even managed to hold her own with the older kids on Easter pushing her way through. Since we don’t park in our garage, we just drag the slide around front and leave it in there partially inflated, so we can take it out to use quickly. For 60 bucks, this may be the best purchase ever made. Go hubby!