Monday, February 04, 2008

Super Deals and Saturday Night


Here are the deals I scored at the Gap outlet last week. I didn't take a pic of Dh's new shirts, because guy clothes are bo-ring. The pink top with the 3/4-length sleeves is the one that was $1.97. When a shirt is that cheap, you are basically required to buy it.



Isn't this onesie just too, too cute?!?! The heart is actually a little button.

Oh, and Baby E had to get in on the shot.

Saturday night I went to a M@ry K@y party at my friend's house. I was late (of course). The first thing the girls had me do when I arrived was turn around so everyone could see that I do indeed not look pregnant from behind. Ha ha This made me love them all forever. I had fun being bratty and goofy with friends and somehow left with another lip gloss. I came home wearing a lot more makeup than normal, and found Dh studying this:


Poor Dh has to take the GRE in two weeks and is understandably freaking out. The graduate school just barely started requiring that applicants take the GRE. Dh is kicking himself that he didn't apply a year ago and thus avoid the nasty GRE altogether. Oh well. Hindsight's 20/20 and all that.

5 comments:

Katie said...

I got my niece that onesie a year ago because I thought it was ADORABLE!

I love buttons.


The GRE is terrible. The 2 weeks before I took it I took practice tests for 6 hours a day. It was awful.

Christy said...

I love a good deal and $1.97 is INSANELY cheap. Good job mama!

Morgan said...

Great finds at the Gap outlet! I wish there was one closer to me. Maybe I'll have to take a little drive...

PS The dress I'm wearing in the pic isn't maternity. A friend got it for me, I think she got it at Ross.

Chas said...

You're right! You really can't pass up a $1.97 shirt. If you can't wear it yourself, you buy it for someone you know...it is required.

I miss the Gap Outlet. They closed the one here a few years.

Holly said...

Ooh, I love that shirt. I can never pass up shirts that mention Daddy. And $1.97!

I am so thankful that the Masters program for Library Science didn't require the GRE. Because then I might never have became a librarian. Good luck to your hubby!