Guess who finally got out of the house and enjoyed a couple of cocktails this weekend???

It’s me! It’s me! (and Matt) (and Jamie, but not the cocktail part).

On Saturday, we took Jamie out before the 6 week time frame to catch a look at Robert’s Christmas Store. It’s one of mine and Matt’s favorite places to go during the holiday’s, so decided to take little Jamie along for our holiday tradition.

Here’s Jamie on her way out the door for her Christmas Adventure. She’s clearly shocked that we went against the 6 week time frame to take her out in public! (Ok fine, she’s actually yawning!!)

For the cocktail part, we dropped Jamie off at Nana and Pawpaw’s so we could play darts and have a couple of drinks with my cousin Rosie and her boyfriend, Jay. It was the first time I had been out for drinks since last December! Rosie got me a celebratory shot that tasted like pez. And guess what? I had to sip it and then I drank water for the rest of the evening, ahem, 2 hours. How quickly things change when you become a mother!

Speaking of drinking before I became a mother, this brings me to drunkorexia. Matt read me this article online about a a trend amongst college students of swapping food calories for alcohol.

Ha! I’ve never laughed so hard in my life. Um, I’ve been “drunkorexic” since 1996. In fact, shhhhhh, but I’m pretty sure I saved all my calories for yesterday’s pez shot but don’t tell anyone. Yeah. As far as I’m concerned, every sorority girl alive is drunkorexic.

“Hi. My name is Suzanne and I’m drunkorexic.”

But, back to my baby. Isn’t this the sweetest little baby girl you’ve ever seen?

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