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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Ten on Tuesday [No.53]

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I absolutely cannot believe that Charlie's first Christmas is just a few days away!
I've always been a Christmas gal, but there's something about having a child that makes the season all the more special.
His stocking was handmade by a lady at our church, we just love his personalized tractor.
His night-nights are from the Beaufort Bonnet Company, but unfortunately I don't think these ones are available anymore.
Chris & I made these steak quesadillas the other night & they were SO good.
We have basically an entire steer in our freezer that we harvested from our herd, so I've been trying to think of some different beef recipes and this one was so good.
He grilled the skirt steak on the Traeger grill that we have and then I finished them in the tortillas on the stovetop in a skillet. I also added halved cherry tomatoes because we had some to use up in the fridge.
 I have been wearing the heck out of these mules lately.
They cost less than $25, are often on sale, & this is my second season with them and they've held up beautifully-plus they are so, so warm.
I had to go to the grocery store & run a few errands on Sunday so I wore them with my favorite jeggings and a Lilly popover for a comfy, casual outfit that was still cute.
I just picked up this foundation the other day & though I've only used it a handful of times it really has worked out so well for me!
The coverage is great but it doesn't leave my skin feeling cake.
It's so difficult to believe that we have a THREE month old at our house, y'all.
I posted his three month update on the blog Saturday & realized that he's 1/4 of a year old and time is just flying by.
He's growing so much every day and even though I love seeing each new thing he does, it's just crazy how quickly the baby stage goes by.
Y'all, this time of year when I'm wrapping tons of presents it always reminds me that I need to find one of these to store our paper in. Ours is on a top shelf in a closet and it falls on my head more times than I'm willing to admit!
Since I picture-dumped tons of cute Charlie pics in his three month post, I don't have a ton to share here so I'll just stick this cute picture of our smiley boy right here.
We took him with us on Saturday to feed the cows and he was loving every single minute of it.
I'm always on the hunt for new ground beef recipes & this Greek Baked Ziti sounds pretty easy and so delicious. Definitely going to add it to my menu for next week!
I haven't had the time or energy (and honestly, our house is a wreck) to shoot a Christmas home tour-but I'm going to, I promise!
This is just a quick shot I took of our front porch area that I love this time of year.
Our trees are old, so old in fact that I've strung multiple sets of lights on them because the originals burned out but I still wanted to use the trees instead of buying new!
My lanterns and faux candles are from Target at the end of summer sale and my wreaths are several years old now from Home Depot.
The color of our door is Salty Dog by Sherwin Williams.
Oh, I'll leave you with one last Charlie-related post to catch up on if you haven't already seen it...
his rustic nursery was finally revealed on the blog & I'm so excited to share it.
It's my favorite room in our whole house.

Until next time. . .

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