Since clearly I am not logging any real miles, I changed up the Music, Miles, Book and Looks and added a TV section. I enjoyed reading Amber's recent post about what she was watching, so I decided why not add that this month? Believe it or not, I actually haven't watched that much TV and I'm kind of behind on some of my shows.
Aerial America: This is a fantastic show on the Smithsonian channel. It goes state by state (each episode) and gives you a bird's eye view of the state along with fantastic facts/stories about what the state is famous for. Last night, Eric and I watched the Ohio episode, so there was a lot about the Wright Brothers, some of the big sports rivalries in Ohio, the rock and roll hall of fame, and even a bit about the rubber made in Akron, where Ashley lives! Since we love to travel, we love to watch this show and learn some new things about places we now want to visit, ha ha.
Big Bang Theory: I actually missed last week's episode (what with my annoying sleeping schedule at the moment), but this is just SUCH a great and hilarious show. If you don't know the premise, it's basically about a bunch of seriously nerdy guys who live across the hall from a wanna-be actress. Honestly, it's just hilarious. If you don't watch it, you should.
I'm happy to report I managed to read 3 books this month, and I bought myself a Kindle Paperwhite that I am in LOVE with, so I think I'll be reading even more in February. Lots of 3am reading/nursing happening in these parts.
Orphan Train: This was our blogger book club pick this month. It's about an orphan girl named Molly who befriends and old woman who was also an orphan as a child. Their two stories are told side by side as they get to know each other.
Touch and Go: Just another Lisa Gardner thriller. I enjoyed it and it was the perfect book to be reading in those last few days of pregnancy and first few of motherhood, just enough distraction :)
Olive Kitteridge: This is a collection of stories all related to a woman named Olive Kitteridge and characters who live in her small town. The premise sounded good, but I should know myself better than to read books that win awards. I found this book super depressing and was counting down the pages until it was over. It was obviously well written, but that wasn't enough to hook me in.
Not that anyone ever looked towards me for actual fashion advice, but this month will be more absurd than most. But hey, maybe you are having a baby and want to know what clothes you will need. If not, you can ignore this :) I am currently in a weird in-between maternity and regular clothes time, so I'm basically wearing both of them. I am probably the only person in the world who was hoping to be in maternity clothes longer because I love them so much ha.
I am not setting any goals for February, but I do hope to read some great books and to enjoy the early days of Max (and maybe less of the nights would be great too). Feel free to share a book or TV show you are enjoying right now in the comments, I need some recommendations!