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{weekend notes}



Hi guys!  How was your weekend?  Can you tell how Bay feels about the weekend?  ♥  I loved every second of it.  Everyday just flowed so well and it was super relaxing and perfect.  I need to plan or hope for more weekends like the last.  Bay did lots of baking.  I did lots of meal prep.  Shopping.  Pizza.  Date night at the movies.  And made some time to catch up with some gal pals.


Intentions for the week:

  • plan a cute valentine’s day bento box lunch for Bay
  • balance my check book (it’s been 2 weeks..fml)
  • find a floor lamp for the living room #dungeon (Picked this up from Target) 
  • celebrate Mardi Gras by making a king cake #oldaf  – (Bay got the baby)
  • wheel + deal with Dish for a lower monthly payment (it works!)
  • enjoy our low-key (no plans) week(such a nice change) 
  • workout mon-fri(Did it WHOOP WHOOP)
  • cleanup my email in boxes
  • create a sweet potato burrito bowl with leftover chicken(delish)

Last weeks Intentions: {weekend notes} 


Highlights from the weekend……


Friday was National Pizza Day, remember?  So how did I celebrate, you ask?  Just in case you were curious….

Masullo is Sac.

Pizza is kinda my thang!  And these is one thing I know well and that’s good pizza.




If you ever find yourself hungry in the Land Park area, do yourself a favor and go to Masullo!


Sleeping in till 8:01 am

Best idea I had all weekend.



Admiring Bay’s pretty Madewell heart earrings ♥



Changed up the coffee table situation



Pig duty

Rodeo #510 + Clover #511


This quote caught my eye


A trip to the cute shop, Papers and Pencils and Pens!  Oh my

Bay loves stationary.  So she was in pure heaven.


Bay was pretty pumped for her washi tape + eraser purchase.



Worked on a new frittata recipe for the blog.  You guys, this one is so good!  Bay, who doesn’t really do eggs even gave it a thumbs up!  That’s a big deal!



Have I ever told you that I’m basically the queen of sheet pan nachos?  1/2 with re fried beans (for bay) 1/2 with black beans + tomatoes (for me)



Sunday dinner request:

Twice baked potatoes



Movie date night

The 15:17 to Paris

The true story, directed by Clint Eastwood.  Casting actual heroes to play themselves.  Not just any heroes, these are local, Sacramento heroes.  Pretty cool!

The movie, just okay.  Not sure what I was expecting, but I didn’t love it.

Watch the trailer here: The 15:17 to Paris (movie trailer)


Valentine’s day gift

I’m going to share this next week.  Just a fun DIY.


Sac Antique Faire

We’ve been patiently waiting for a Sunday we could finally make it to the Sac Antique Faire.  It’s like a vintage garage sale.  So many treasures.

Like these metal heats for $5.  Bay has one in her room.


Piles and piles of dice


Always stop for the kettle corn.


Our treasures for this trip:

Records for $10 (vinyl is crazy expensive on amazon)

Madonna “you can dance”

Aerosmith “Toys In The Attic”

Horseshoes for a project Bay’s working on

I’m going to stick a houseplant in this pretty cage to set on my armoire in the living room



Brunched with Nikki.JustNikki

and Bay too!



We checked out Hook And Ladder

They had a special Bacon Fest menu for brunch this weekend.

This is the Porchetta Benedict (hollandaise sauce on the side…always)



Dinner for homies

When your girlfriend and her family spent the weekend moving, you take them dinner.  White girl green chicken enchiladas.

I will never forget how much #movingsucks


And when your shoes match the pretty rug in the Truitt’s new house, you Instagram story that shit!



Bay Baked….a lot!



Mini banana bread loaves + recipe

I grabbed a 6-pack of these adorable heart loaf pans at Walmart earlier this month.  I think they were like $3.  And Bay has a killer banana bread recipe that works perfect for mini loaves.


Mini Banana Bread Loaves

  • 3 cups flour
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1 1/2 cups buttermilk
  • 4 large bananas, mashed

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix all ingredients with a mixer till smooth.

Fill 6 mini loaf pans.

Bake for 35 minutes.


Super cute, don’t you think?  We are delivering to Gram + Papa, Tio + Kissey, GG and our carpool peeps.




Today marks Day #1 of Kaia Fit Woodland CORE.




Have a GREAT Monday friends!!


xoxo stacyb

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