Weâ€™re big on the breakfast-in-bed-thing for birthdays. That meant that I was on early rise â€˜n shine duty because today, the Husband is older and wiser!
Hereâ€™s our munchies –
Canâ€™t go wrong with the basics, right? And, of course, a giant pot of tea.
Oh, and a bassinet full of presents. Itâ€™s a boy? No! Itâ€™s a girl? No! Itâ€™s aâ€¦. bunch of new shirts! Hoorah!
Just for funâ€¦.
What Chinese zodiac sign are you? Iâ€™m not really into astrology but think itâ€™s fun to read about. Of course, the Chinese zodiac is way more complex than just what year youâ€™re born in (I think month and time of day play a role, too), but letâ€™s keep it simple.
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The Hus and I are both rats. Awesome. I always wanted to be something cooler, like an dragon or horse. When weâ€™d eat out at Chinese restaurants and the zodiac calendar would be under the placemat, my mom used to tell me that I was a mouse. Hah.
Anyway, hereâ€™s the definition of a rat: â€œYou are imaginative, charming, and truly generous to the
person you love. However, you have a tendency to be quick-tempered and overly critical. You are also inclined to be somewhat of an opportunist. Born under this sign, you should be happy in sales or as a writer, critic, or publicist.â€
Funnily enough, Maggie is a monkey â€“> â€œYou are very intelligent and have a very clever wit.â€
Clearly, the zodiac does not apply to puppies.