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Date Night! :)

We had family friends take our daughter over night last night so we could just enjoy each other!  :)  We will soon have our baby boy here so we really wanted to make sure to get out without Selah before baby comes.

Thanks so much to our friends for taking her!  It is such a relief to know she was a good girl. :)

So what did we do you might wonder??

Well first we enjoyed the Packer/ Bear game!  How happy I was to see the Packers win!! :)  YIPEE!!

After the game was finished we headed out to a supper club just outside of town.  We had never been there before buy my hubby and I both ordered prime rib... it was yummy and will be warmed up for dinner tonight too as the servings were huge! :) The restaurant was nice, it still had many Christmas decorations.  That leads me to my complaint... they were still playing Christmas music.  When is it to late to play Christmas music??  Maybe it is me but we start playing Christmas music right after Thanksgiving so I think it should end right after New Years!  What are your thoughts???

We thought about going to a movie but since there was not a movie in the theater that either of us were interested in seeing we rented one.  :)  We just enjoyed the time!

In the morning we slept in which was amazing!  :)  Selah is usually up at 7 am!  After we finally got up and got ready we went out for brunch and went shopping!

We picked up Selah and she is now napping and seemed to have a enjoyable time without her mom and dad!  She is such a big girl now! :)

Nothing too expensive, nothing too extreme, but still a lot of fun with just me and my man! :)

So when was your last date night?  How do you keep them a priority?


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