Today I'm doing something a little different from the usual Wednesday picture post and linking up with Jamie over at "this kind of love" for "What I'm loving Wednesday."
What I'm loving:
for Addie: I finished my easter basket shopping up and I am absolutely loving everything I got to fill it. In addition to the adorable things I mentioned in my post on Saturday, I also picked up these cute things:
|Melissa & Doug Linking Crab|
|pink and white leg warmers from Target|
|Addie's first pool for the summer|
Ann Taylor and Ann Talyor Loft are currently offereing 40% off everything!! I love these stores and I LOVE a sale...my debit card is nervous right now....
I also came across these during my Easter basket shopping that just seem to make great sense - I'm loving the idea of them -they come in all different colors - and I'mtotally thinking about picking out one or two just to give them a try. They are jewelry for moms that are totally teethable. Yes, a big teething ring around your neck or wrist that looks like jewelry!
for my home:
I was at Target about 2 weeks ago and I spotted this outdoor table cloth and loved the almost "Tiffany blue" color. I knew it would be perfect for summer cook-outs and the fabric felt great. Even more to love - it was only $9.99. I have already used it and washed it and it held up great. I highly recommend looking at Target's outdoor table cloths if you're in the market! You will also spot in that picture a glass beverage dispenser that I have been wanting for the longest time and finally bought on that same Target shopping trip. The hubs and I love to entertain and this just does a great job of dressing up any drink you're serving and with summer upon us - I had to have it. We've tried it once and it was great - all for only $20.79 at Target:) Sangria, anyone?
from my garden:
I posted yesterday about harvesting my collard greens but wanted to mention today that the lettuce I just planted a few weeks ago is sprouting up and looking wonderful. I love lettuce fresh out of the garden, it really does taste different from the store bought and this year I'm growing romaine and buttercrunch. By next week, I am definitely thinking these will be ready for picking (and by that I mean, just grabbing the lettuce you need for your dinner salad - not harvesting the whole plant - these things are the gifts that keep on giving:))
Hope everyone is having a wonderful Wednesday - whats not to love about being half way through the week!