Scenes From Our Weekend

Hello Lovies!
So this post was supposed to be up on Monday…hence the “Scenes from our weekend.”  However, life kids got in the way and I was never able to really finish/edit/publish it in time.  Therefore I’ve decided to share it with you today and we can just “muse” over weekends in general.  So…I have to say, my posts the week before/after TPC are usually filled with cute golf fashion and cocktails.  However this year, for this first time since 2008, we did not attend the tournament. I was very sad and had major FOMO, but it just would have been too much with a toddler and infant.  I doubt very much that Jason Day would have wanted a fan following him with her boob whipped out and a baby on it.  Although…he is after all a dude, so maybe he wouldn’t have minded, but you get the point.  
With that being said we still had a great weekend.  The weather was amazing so we were outside the entire time.  On Saturday the hubby went fishing with some friends for cobia. They were 9 miles out on the West coast of Florida the whole damn day, but caught some gorgeous fish, and Joe even reeled in 5-6 foot stingray. It was the first time I was left alone overnight with the 2 little ones, and it was sheer hell, but we got some amazing cobia filets out of it that we ate last night.

While the boys were out fishing my sister-in-law and I went to the pool. Wake had swim lessons that morning so we just decided to stay up there for lunch and make a day of it.  The weather was great (a little hot for Lottie in her buggy) and we my SIL was able to sufficiently poop out the 3 year old. 
Thank god for my SIL…I was able to sit poolside to watch Lottie while she swam with W.
 SHOP PHOTO HERE:
My suit is from Victoria’s Secret, but I linked other similar suits to what I’m wearing
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To Infinity and Beyond!
Shop Lottie’s outfit HERE and her bassinet (which attached to her stroller base) HERE!

OMG…I bought Lottie this bathing suit and matching headband the other day, but she’s still a little too tiny to wear it AND slept (obviously from the pic) the whole time.  How cute are they though!?!
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On Sunday we had some friends over for brunch to meet Lottie; and yes, Joe was home by then.  We hadn’t seen them in so long that we jumped right into chatting, drinking & eating, and I completely forgot to take photos.  I think I’m going to start a new trend…posting pics of food after it’s been eaten/served because that is right around the time when I remember to photo stuff. Anyways, I made a modified version of this Crustless Brie, Vegetable and Egg Bake, some cinnamon rolls (from the store) and pineapple mimosas (they went down like water).  You can see the original recipe for the egg bake by following the link above, but the modified version that I cooked is below.

CRUSTLESS BRIE, VEGETABLE AND EGG BAKE

INGREDIENTS:

5 C vegetables (I used zucchini, onion and tomatoes
1 T butter or olive oil
Breakfast Sausage
8 oz brie, rind removed and torn into small chunks
6 large eggs
10 egg whites
2 T milk
1 T Dijon mustard
salt and pepper to taste


DIRECTIONS:
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 2 qt casserole dish with nonstick cooking spray.

2. Heat a large skillet to medium, add butter or olive oil and sauce the veggies until somewhat soft.  Sprinkle veggies onto the bottom of the casserole dish. Using same skillet you used to cook the veggies, add the breakfast sausage and cook until browned. Sprinkle sausage on top of the veggies in the casserole dish.  Then, sprinkle the brie evenly over the top.  

3. In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, and mustard.  Pour over the veggies in the dish.  Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

4. Bake 45 – 55 minutes or until the egg is cooked through.  Serve immediately. 
After naptime we decided to head back up to the club for a little “Sunday Funday.”  My SIL met us again (she should be canonized for how much she loves and entertains Wake) and her and the hubby swam with Wake for a glorious hour or so.  Of course…no Sunday Funday would be complete without poolside beers.  We ended the night with pizza back at our house and Game of Thrones.  Can we talk about Khaleesi!? She’s such a badass.  
Oh, and another awesome thing from this weekend is that Joe updated my Moon & Lola necklace and Alex & Ani bracelets with “L” charms for my new little Lottie. LOVE!! You can shop everything I’m wearing from Sunday below (suit is from Target last year…tagged one similar).
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Alright lovies…that’s about it for my Mid Week Musings. Hope you have a great humpday and I’ll see you soon!
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