The couple that jumps together stays together

Monday, February 16, 2015

I just love when Valentine's Day falls on a Saturday! It just makes for so many good options for having a memorable love day. This year, Alex made dinner reservations at an awesome restaurant that we'd been wanting to try since we moved to Columbia. Since he made plans for the evening, I told him not to make any plans on Saturday morning because I had a special date in mind.
Getting ready to get our jump on!

Face it: nothing says "I love you" like a a trip to the trampoline park! I'd been only one other time with my work peeps, but A had never been. As you can imagine, the place was crawling with kids. And we were definitely the only adults there who were not supervising their children. Luckily, our "flight time" was early - 10:30 - before the absolute gaggles of children arrived. However I still managed to knock down one small child. (Gotta learn at a young age to stay in your own trampoline square, kid!)

Taking it back to my cheerleading days


A trampoline makes you feel like a kid. Very therapeutic!

Catching our breath
Free jumping: so fun!

After we jumped for a solid 40 minutes, we were wiped! It is a huge workout that will leave you out of breath. Or maybe that's just me...at any rate, I was sore the next day in my shoulders of all places! Even though our tickets allowed us to jump for an hour, 40 minutes did it for us! We left just as dozens of kids were piling in - good timing!

We grabbed a post-workout (since that's what it felt like) lunch and did some errands before heading home. Our dinner reservations were early (6pm) since A had to leave earrrrrrrrrly on Sunday morning to go to Florida on a recruiting trip. We laid around the house and recovered from our jump session until it was time to head to dinner


Columbia skyline from across the river, where the restaurant was


Dinner at Terra was absolutely divine and mad props to my husband for calling more than a month in advance to get us reservations! You don't understand: we've tried to eat at Terra several times for different special occasions, and we've either tried to go on a day they were closed or we couldn't get reservations. So the hubs didn't take any chances, and I'm glad he didn't!






When we came home from dinner, we opened gifts and toasted to each other: prosecco for me, espresso for him.



And of course, Valentine's Day wouldn't be complete with snuggles from Penny and Ellie. These girls make me smile every day, and nothing makes me feel more loved than when they greet me at the door!


Alex and I had such a fun day together. I love that we both planned parts of our date day, and the fact that it was Valentine's Day made it even more special. So blessed to have a husband that is not only my Valentine, but my best friend.

xo
KH



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7 comments:

  1. Girl, I had that same view Saturday night! We were right across the street at Al's. Hope the food was delicious after all the anticipation!

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  2. Ok trampoline park is a genius idea for Valentines day!!! I'm glad you said it wiped you out too, when we went I felt like I had just worked out for 2 hours after just 30 minutes of jumping!! Your night out sounds wonderful and yay for your man knowing to book ahead of time!! xo, Biana - BlovedBoston

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  3. How much fun!! WE are getting one of those Sky Zones where I live and I can't wait!!!!
    Happy Monday
    Chelsea @ http://thewilliamsjourney1.blogspot.com

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  4. I love the jump parks! I went to one the day before doing a half marathon for a friend's birthday and it was definitely the worst idea I had. I didn't realize what a work out it'd be! You look beautiful and I'm glad you had a great time with your love! xo

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  5. Such a fun weekend! We have a trampoline park in raleigh and I love it - it really is an awesome workout! Xo, Stephanie

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  6. Ahhh that trampoline park looks like so much fun! Perfect valentines day :)

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