Proud Little Sister + Books We Are Loving

I’m one proud little sister today! My brother is now a real estate broker in the state of Pennsylvania. He has been an agent for years now, and has been working so hard at earning his broker’s license. He had to pass an intense exam and do a lot of prerequisites. Go Will!

Dad and baby in red while and blue

Needless to say, if you’re in the Pittsburgh area and need real estate help… well, you can talk to pretty much anyone in my family because they’re all agents or brokers! Okay onto some books we are loving lately.

Kids Books

Toddler reading Queen Esther Saves Her People and doing a crown craft

Sadie’s homeschool lesson was on Esther so we read her book and made a crown 🙂

Adult Books

Other random things from my life lately include a little girls night out with Sadie while Jimmy worked at home (in peace and quiet). We walked around TJ Maxx and Big Lots and came home with snacks on snacks (Pop Tarts for Jimmy, Nutter Butters for Sadie, and Bunny Grahams for me!)!

Mom and toddler holding hands and walking

It was warm out and I had a fun time with my little sidekick 🙂

Jimmy picked Niva up from daycare and he said she was eerily quiet so he looked in the back of his truck and she was zonked. So cute.

Husky sleeping in car

Sadie spent the day with my mom on Wednesday and I was sent the cutest picture of Sader Tot and my sister’s daughter, Caroline. Thanks for watching Sadie, mom! 

Toddlers sitting inside of ottoman

Last but not least, I cooked one of Jimmy’s favorite childhood meals: salisbury steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, and broccoli.

I thought it was so interesting he loved that meal because I’ve never had it in my life and had to look it up when he told me about it. Same with stuffed cabbage: I’d never had it until I met Jimmy!

Salisbury steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, and broccoli

Do you have any childhood meals that you loved and stick out in your memory? I remember enjoying tuna noodle casserole!

Are you reading any good books?

5 comments

  1. We had Salisbury steak a lot growing up! Even the school lunch often had Salisbury steak!

    Love You!
    Dad
    🙂

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