Our baby boy is here, and we are all over the moon! He made his arrival on his due date, March 28th, at 2:05 am, weighing in at 8 lbs 1 oz (I’ll share his birth story soon). He surprised us with a head full of brown hair – a mama’s boy! He’s named after his dad, “Fields,” which is short for Scofield. But I have a bet going he’s gonna be a lot more like me ;).
I haven’t done an Around Town post in a while, so thought I would mix it up! Scofield and I are always on the hunt for the best burger around, and we are convinced we found it! Golden Brown & Delicious is located in the village of west greenville, and shares a space with The Village Grind (another local favorite). They use farm fresh ingredients, so the menu is often changing. But I’m pretty sure their burger is always available.
Pregnancy…it’s such a magical, beautiful, delicious time. With each pregnancy I’ve found myself completely fascinated and in awe of the whole process, and amazed at what a woman’s body can do. I’ve also found myself stretched thin, tired, and eagerly waiting it’s end. It fascinates me how each pregnancy can look different, from baby to baby and woman to woman. With Piper, I had no stretch marks (insert loud cheers!), but with this baby I’ve found a few. The spider veins in my legs are worse, and the acne has been terrible. I really haven’t struggled with acne since high school, but in the first trimester I started breaking out terribly with cystic acne, and now I have leftover acne scars. There’s also the peach fuzz that has been kindly growing on my face, and all the popped little capillaries on my chest, arms, and face (yes, face! ugh!). There’s probably a few more bags under my eyes and some extra gray hairs, too. Oh, and don’t forget the swollen feet and puffy face!
I am finally sharing our finished kitchen today! It’s been a long time coming. We moved into our fixer upper almost 4 years ago, and the first project we started was the kitchen. I’m going to share some before pictures, but go ahead and brace yourself…it was bad. Looking back, I honestly don’t know how I saw so much potential in it. But I did! This room was a labor of love, many long nights and countless hours to complete it. We did it all ourselves (and by we, I mean Scofield and his dad), and there were definitely a lot of learning curves as it was our first home renovation EVER. I’m not mad it took us 4 years (well, maybe a little), because my style has definitely shifted over the years and it is now hands down a space I love. If we ever do another project like this, I think it’ll definitely go smoother…and quicker!!