Before we get stared, can I gush about that boy up there? I mean, come one. That face melts me!
I've said this before, but there really is no time I cherish more than hanging out with Chris. This weekend we didn't do much, but that's what I loved about it. I know we won't forever be kid-less, so we both try to make the most of this time in our life.
Our simple weekend started out with our favorite food. Friday night we made homemade pizza for the first time. It was delicious, but we should have made two pizzas because we know how to eat in the Tucker house.
Saturday we woke up and had one thing on our to-do list...new mattress.
Last week we celebrated our third wedding anniversary and decided to buy ourselves a new mattress to commemorate the accomplishment. Actually we got a new mattress because I complain everyday to Chris about my lack of square footage in our bed. And I also complained to him about being spoiled on the cruise by having a king size bed to sleep in for seven nights and I kept telling him it was the best sleep of my life, every night.
The longer we are married, the more I don't want to touch a furnace while I sleep. I think Chris's blood boils at night and he insists on sleeping diagonally. Most couples say the girl is the one who takes up all the room, but not us. I have a sliver of the edge of the bed every. single. night.
Well, ladies and gents, happy wife, happy life! After laying on bed after bed after bed, we pulled the trigger on a king size mattress with that new cooling gel. Gimme all the cooling gel possible! Be ready for a master bedroom makeover!
To celebrate our big purchase, we did what most normal couples do, and went and got pizza! We went back to Blaze and devoured our personal pies.
The rest of the day was spent getting my nails done, Chris going to the movies to watch that dinosaur movie that's out that I literally care nothing about (Chris refers to it as JP4), lounging around, and having a couple friends spend the night.
Sunday I got up early to take one of our friends to the airport to catch their flight to London. I tried to fit in his suitcase, but #toomuchpizza.
The rest of Sunday we tried to decide what DIY projects we wanted to do around the house, but the rain had us being lazy. We finally mustered up enough energy to go to Cheddar's and then went back home and snapped pictures of these precious pups.
Chris may not be a human father, but he is one heck of a puppy dad. He refers to Bailey as "Ms. Thannngggg" and Wrigley as "Boyyyyy" and it makes my momma heart swoon.
Thanks to Chewy for spoiling my puppies rotten with their toys! They obviously hate them :)