Hi Shana & Molly,
I have recently discovered your blog and I have been loving it ever since. Each time I read a post it reminds me that it is possible to be a mom and at the same time, a person (I think you know what I mean here). I am a mom to one 15 month old son, and his birth and first few months of life were pretty traumatizing to me, and by this I mean I was essentially a basket case in pajamas for 3 months. Yes, I know this happens to everyone, but I took it....HARD. I couldn't figure out how to be Enzo's mom, but still be myself. I was not that embarrassed to admit I kind of wanted to return to work so I would have a reason to get up, blow dry my hair, and pull it together! I didn't realize how much I loved my job and the feelings of accomplishment I had surrounding my professional work. In any case, thanks for your blog, it is a great reminder that many moms experience the same challenges. And your writing is hilarious!
Katie, thanks so much for your kind words and for writing in! So glad you and hubs will be celebrating Valentine's together. And bowling + unaffordable restaurant? Totally a night to remember, LOL!
I myself have been on many a bowling date-night. Denver has that LA transplant Lucky Strike which is a bowling alley/nightclub and it IS a fun date night. Like you, I am also a terrible, terrible bowler, and irrationally competitive when bowling, which leads me to Tip #1: Drink.
But what to wear? There are two options that immediately come to mind: