You Might Also Like: The prettiest board game + Eat your carrots!

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A rundown of what we're doing,
watching, reading, coveting.
Here's what's got our attention this week.
                  
  • I’m going to make up an excuse to use these cute paper plates. Lion King movie night? Cousin pizza night? Just a regular old Wednesday? Needs to happen. Cut to me wiping down the ones that were barely touched and putting them back in the cabinet. :) Paper hoarder for life!

  • I’ve had two people compliment my skin in the past two weeks! This has never happened, ever, and I’m positive it’s because of this magic balm. I use it as a highlighter (a word I’m likely using incorrectly because I’ve only ever highlighted text books) after moisturizing + applying makeup, and it creates a nice dewy glow. Like you’ve just lightly jogged, but you’re heart isn’t racing + you’re not actually a sweaty mess. Plus, it’s packed with antioxidants and smells like roses.  

  • Bingo is a game for everyone. The suspense is fun for parents as much as teenagers and toddlers. This ocean version was recently gifted to us, and we’re loving it! And learning new sea creatures along the way. (Ever heard of a Christmas Tree Worm?) Even James is into it! For me, the details really shine here - the watercolor illustrations are beautiful, the backs of the bingo boards have the same print that’s on the little bag that holds the yellow circle chips, even the pink paper lining of the box makes me look. A really pretty gift for a family, if you’re looking! They make bird and bug versions too, which I’m definitely bookmarking!

  • These are definitely on my winter want list. I think I could pull off wearing sweatpants all winter long, and still look well dressed ?

  • I made these carrots this week when Josh’s parents were visiting. I did all the prep work the night before and just had to throw them in the oven (with the chicken we made) after work that night. They are DELICIOUS and I’m not really a cooked carrot fan. If you have a whole bunch of carrots (ours were from a weekend trip to Stone Barns), I highly recommend them !

  • India is still a little young for this one, but this is such a sweet little craft for someone just a touch older than her.

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