Friday Favorites // New Year Edition

Happy Friday, friends! Hope you all have had an amazing start to your new year! As soon as our snow melted, it decided to be Spring real quick, which is both good & bad because none of us are ready to give up evening fires just yet. Sharing a few Friday Favorites before we sign off for the weekend, is it too late in the day for another coffee?!

One of my favorite things about the new year is diving into a new planner!! There’s something about all those blank pages! I got a STARTplanner last year & have been anxiously awaiting getting to open it up!! How gorgeous is this cover?!

This is the cinnamon roll recipe that we used the other weekend (so good!!) but I swore no more sugar for breakfast for a while… at least until Valentine’s Day. Currently scrolling through pins for some good egg casseroles for the weekend! If you have a good one, leave it in the comments!

New year, new sippy cups! I think these miracle cups might be the best sippy cups of all time, I was afraid to try them because my kids only ever liked straw cups, but they ended up loving them & seriously, they are awesome!!! No more crying over spilled (explosive, leaking, volcanic) milk.

After Christmas sales are the best, our faaaaaaavorite swaddle blankets are on major sale with an extra 40% off, I grabbed a bunch for only five dollars (!!!!!!!) for lots of baby showers this Spring!

Tell me this Million Dollar Spaghetti recipe does not make your mouth water?! Adding this to the menu for next week!

Also, if you asked about my sweater on Instagram yesterday, I got it from Nordstrom and it sold out, but I found the same one here, it does run a bit small, (and another very similar one here!) and I am in LOVE with it.

But this weekend, I plan on wearing pajamas the entire time because we are setting up CAMP in the living room!! We promised the girls we would get out our tent & set it up for them to sleep in. It’s like a full size eight man tent and it’s not going in our yard Rus, it’s going in our living room. We are ordering pizza & making homemade popcorn, and hoping to find the old school Parent Trap on Netflix to watch! Rememebr that movie?! I think Harper will love it!!! Hope you all have an amazing weekend!! XO

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  1. I made that Million Dollar Spaghetti recipe the other night (and just had leftovers for lunch again today), sooo good! Can’t wait to try that trainer cup for my 7 month old. thanks!

  2. Just bought a swaddle blanket! I was not successful in getting the 40% off because they said the item already had a promotion of 20% dang! 🙁
    Thank you for a great baby gift idea for my boss’ new baby boy!

  3. Sounds like a perfect weekend! Those cups are awesome but when I tornado toddler chucks them off their highchair – they still manage to splash out milk! I swear I need to bungee cord my daughters to the tray! Have a great weekend!

  4. Your girls are so blessed to have such fun sweet parents who make everything special such a gift you have! Thanks so much for helping us girls find that on point sweater!

  5. Pioneer Woman’s sleeping in omelet….fantastic egg casserole. I made it with regular chiabatta rolls instead of onion because I have little ones like you and they loved it!! Krista.

  6. Love your blog and you and your family are the cutest! I have two little girlies and love getting inspiration from you. Love the sweater you posted yesterday and wanting to order from Topshop. Would you mind sharing what size you ordered and would you size up since you mentioned it ran small?

  7. Hi, Jessica!!
    I purchased all the ingredients for the million dollar spaghetti recipe to cook for dinner tonight for friends and I just went to the website to start cooking it and it says down for maintenance! Did you happen to take a screenshot or write down the steps for the recipe? Thanks so much!

  8. How did you get the swaddle blankets for $5?!?!?! I just put several in my cart and entered the code for 40% off and it didn’t work 🙁 NEED them in my life, especially for $5! haha

  9. Your blog and your children are so darling I just found you recently and I really think its so pretty to look at thank you!! k sunday

  10. How did you get those bseaddle blankets for only $5?? They aren’t part of the tag sale. The cheapest I found them for is arpund $12-16.

  11. Hi there! I’ve made this delicious egg dish, so quick, simple, and delicious!
    http://www.joyfulhealthyeats.com/roasted-tomato-caprese-frittata/
    I love those sippy cups! I bought 2 with the handles for my now 2 year old and my 9 month old (TBD how SHE likes it), but my 2 year old loves hers. I still get the occasional spill when she throws it off her tray, but she really chucks it (insert my eye roll and maddening feeling here) 😀
    Camping out in the living room sounds awesome right now with this rainy, soggy, wet mess that it is outside here in MI. Hope it was a good time!

  12. Recently tried ham, egg and cheese muffin cups and they were yummy! Tons of recipes on Pinterest baked in a muffin/cupcake tin. Just dpray the pan. Usually use about an egg beat up for each, sprinkle with your favorite topping (I did diced lunchmeat honey ham and mild cheddar cheese…about a teaspoon of each) and bake at 350 for 20-22 minutes. I did 12 eggs to fill the tray. They will puff up and you want to take out when light golden brown. They will flatten out while cooling. You can refrigerate or freeze! My mom also did an eggs Benedict egg bake recently that was yummy too:)

  13. I don’t have an actual link – but I’ve been making Breakfast Enchilada’s for the last two weeks and they are probably the THE best thing I have ever eaten for breakfast in my life.
    8 Tortillas
    Breakfast sausage, sliced / or remove casing and cook ground sausage
    Veggies / spinach, mushrooms, peppers, onions, etc
    Cheese
    8-12 eggs / egg whites

    *Cook sausage and veggies until soft (drain if mixture is too wet or greasy). Allow to cook slightly and mix with 1 cup shredded cheese. Add 1/4 – 1/2c mixture into each tortilla and roll. Place each enchilada in a greased baking dish. Whisk eggs and egg whites in a separate bowl and season with salt and pepper. Pour eggs over enchiladas. Bake covered at 350F for 20 minutes, remove cover and bake an additional 5-8 minutes. Allow to cool and enjoy them all. Week. Long. I like to add Tabasco and Avocado.

  14. We have those sippy cups and if they get dropped or thrown, the mess is way worse than a regular sippy cup. I also have a good egg casserole recipe… dice 2 potatoes and layer the bottom of your casserole dish. Next brown 1 lb of turkey breakfast sausage and layer on top of potatoes. Dice 1-2 tomatoes and layer over sausage. Whisk 9 eggs with salt, pepper, chopped onion and garlic powder then pour over everything and bake at 350 for 45 minutes.

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