Our little one will be joining our family so soon and we absolutely can't wait! We took these photos with our dear friend Brandie who is the owner and photographer at Bourbon Oak Tree Photography. They are photographs we will truly cherish forever as we can reflect back on this magical time of growing our family. We can't wait to call you an official member of the Cabrera Crew, Nugget! We'll see you very very soon!
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All photos were photographed and edited by Bourbon Oak Tree Photography. Thank you Brandie for these amazing images!
Drybar Sake Bomb Shampoo | Drybar Sake Bomb Conditioner | Drybar Velvet Hammer Hydrating Control Cream | Drybar Prep Rally Detangler
Hi there, friends! If you had a long weekend, I hope it was a nice and relaxing one, and if you had to work yesterday, I hope your week is going well! I was one of the lucky bunch to have the day off yesterday but I actually really needed it. I have some kind of cold/sinus thing going on that hit me real hard on Sunday. I haven't been sick this whole pregnancy and now of course when I'm about ready to go in to labor I catch something. I've done nothing but rest and drink a bunch of fluids the last two days though and it seems to be gradually getting better. Prior to Sunday though we had a fun weekend with having some friends over at our house for dinner on both Friday and Saturday. It's so weird to think the next time we'll see them is when we have our baby! Life is about to change immensely but we seriously can't wait.
I wanted to share with you all today the hair products I've been using for a couple years now that really help keep my hair hydrated, especially in the harsh Chicago winters. I have naturally curly hair and even though I don't produce much oil, my hair is never brittle or dry. I attribute this all to the hair products I use from Drybar. I made the switch the Drybar products about two years ago and haven't looked back. I started out slowly with just using the shampoo and conditioner you see and have gradually started a whole collection of hair products from them! Today though I'm just going to share with you the four products I use when washing my hair, which I do about every 2 to 3 days.
Step 1: Sake Bomb Shampoo & Conditioner
The first step in my hair washing routine is obviously in the shower with my shampoo and conditioner. I use their Sake Bomb products as they are meant for nourishment and hydration. I have really thick hair but I try not to use too much of each because like any shampoo and conditioner, it can really weigh down your hair. I put about a quarter size amount of shampoo in my hand and lather it just in to my scalp. I let the water rinsing the shampoo out get the rest of my hair. I've done this technique for years and I've noticed that it also helps preserve the hydration if you aren't saturating the whole strand with shampoo. Next I take about the same amount of conditioner and apply it to the bottom half of my hair and then rub any excess in to the top and my scalp. I've found that if I don't add any conditioner to the top half that it will be frizzy but if I add too much then I'll have no volume. So this trick is a nice medium to combat the battle between frizz and limpness. I let the conditioner sit in my hair for about 30 seconds and then rinse it out.
Step 2: Prep Rally Detangler
After I get out of the shower but before I brush my hair, I spray a good amount of Drybar's Prep Rally detangler spray on my hair. This is my newest addition in to my regimen. I've had my eye on this product for quite some time now but never pulled the trigger and bought it. This past Christmas though, Caleb got me a Drybar set and this travel size came in it! I've added it in to my hair routine and it really does help. My hair is way less tangly and doesn't break when I finally do go to brush it out. I'd also like to add that I use Drybar's Lemon Drop detangler hair brush for double the non-breakage. I've used the Lemon Drop hairbrush for a couple years now, too, and can attest to it being another big factor on keeping my hair in tip top shape.
Step 3: Velvet Hammer Hydrating Control Cream
My final step when washing my hair is applying Drybar's Velvet Hammer hydrating control cream. I let my hair dry a little bit in a towel while I do my skincare routine and then let it down and apply this cream. I brush out my hair one more time then once again put about a quarter size of the cream in to the palm of my hand and apply it to the bottom half of my wet hair. I run my fingers through the strands with it and that's it.
I almost always let my hair air dry unless I'm in a big rush or am giving myself a blow out. I usually always shower at night, too, so I will let my hair air dry while I read a book or watch some Netflix. But that is all I do for keeping my hair hydrated! It's a really simple process and I feel like with how short and simple it is, it is going to transition so well in to me becoming a mom. I can be quick about washing my hair but also not have to sacrifice all the work I've put in to keeping it nice and hydrated the last couple of years!
What are some of your hair secrets? I love hearing what works for all of you, too! Please leave me a comment below with what your favorite techniques and products are!
Better late than never, right!? Ok so I know we took this vacation quite awhile ago, but now that I have my MacBook and I can actually edit photos with the quality they deserve I started re-doing our shots from our PNW adventure last summer and they are just too good not to share with all of you! Especially since we won't be traveling anywhere until fall this year, I thought I'd slowly share our travel story from this vacation with you all on here. So, let me start from the beginning...
In summer 2017, we took our big annual vacation and this time we chose Portland, OR and Seattle, WA! I have been to both cities in the past with my best friend who lives in Portland, but Caleb has never been. We visited with my best friend Ashlyn and took Caleb to all of our favorite spots as well as tried out some new ones! We spent 2 days in Portland, drove up to Seattle and spent 4 days there, and then drove back down to Portland where we spent another day and a half. For the sake of not making this post be a novel, I'm just going to share the Portland part with you today. Please forgive the lack of photos, too, we really took this time to enjoy spending time with each other and Ashlyn and I was also in my first trimester...so as you can imagine I was really concentrated on surviving and enjoying each day to the best of my ability!
We arrived in to Portland really late at night and did my favorite ritual that Ashlyn and I have when I first get to Portland...we went to Jack in the Box! This is one of those fast food places that we don't have in the Chicago area but we really love it, so we we're excited to grab some burgers, tacos, and egg rolls after our long flight.
Our first full day was filled with just exploring the city since it was Caleb's first time. We hit up the famous Voodoo Doughnuts and Stumptown Coffee for breakfast, did some shopping at Powell's City of Books, and then went to a new spot for me for lunch, Pine State Market. The cool thing about this market is that it is basically like a dining hall. There are a bunch of small restaurant stands inside and you can get so many different kinds of foods! They have Korean BBQ, burgers, hot dogs, ramen...you get the picture. Caleb got the ramen, I got a burger, and Ashlyn got a jumbo hot dog. The best part about this is we all got to share and try a little bit of everything! We also grabbed some soft serve ice cream from the Wiz Bang Bar stand, which is Salt & Straw's only soft serve location in Portland. Hands down the best ice cream you will ever have! After stuffing ourselves crazy, we drove over to the Alphabet District (which is my favorite neighborhood in PDX) and did some shopping. I love this area because there is a great mix of one of a kind boutiques as well as some well known favorite stores. Our favorite store in the area though is called The Meadow. It is a salt, bitters, and chocolate shop and is owned by Mark Bitterman. If you've ever dappled with higher end salt, his name probably rings a bell. So as you can imagine with Caleb being the amazing cook that he is...he was in absolute heaven. We walked out with a bunch of salt, chocolate, and a pink salt block! We then took a nice afternoon break for this preggo lady, freshened up, and headed out to dinner at a new spot for me, Pok Pok. They serve authentic Thai food and it was so delicious. We suggest getting the fish sauce wings and Kaeng Hang Leg, which is sweet pork belly. We then walked over to get more Salt & Straw ice cream because we promised Caleb it would be at least a daily occurrence. I got a scoop of a seasonal option but Ashlyn and Caleb both got pints, so we could have it whenever we wanted at Ashlyn's apartment!
Our second full day was an amazing one to say the least. We started the day out at Pine State Biscuits for a great breakfast. This is one of our all time favorite places in Portland, and we have to go every time I visit! We then headed out to the Columbia River Gorge where we did a full day of hiking. We started out at the Crown Point Vista House, which is a great overlook of the Columbia River. We then did a 2 mile hike to the Upper Falls, a 1 mile hike to Bridal Veil Falls, and a half mile hike to Multnomah Falls. All three hikes we're fairly easy...at least easy enough for a 12 week pregnant lady! You can access all three trail heads off of Historic Highway 30. After our nice long day of hiking, we headed back in to the city where we had dinner at our favorite Portland restaurant, Radar. Ashlyn and I discovered Radar on our first visit out there before she moved to Portland, and we fell so in love with this restaurant. We hyped it up a bunch, but Caleb agreed at the end that it is some of the best food you will ever have. Our favorite dishes are the braised brisket and smoked pork shoulder. My mouth is watering right now just typing about them!
The following morning was a quick one in terms of our time in Portland. We popped in to a cute little doughnut place called Pip's Original Doughnuts and Chai for breakfast. They serve little doughnuts, coffee, and the best chai teas. We got one of each mini doughnut with the cinnamon sugar and the Dirty Wu being our top choices. We then drove up to Seattle, which I will save that fun for a different blog post!
When we got back to Portland a few days later, we kept the doughnut train going and hit up Blue Star Donuts for our first breakfast back in PDX. I really really love the lemon poppy doughnut but the blueberry bourbon basil is a close second. We stuck around the Mississippi neighborhood of PDX after breakfast and went in to some cute shops in the area. We hit up another Meadow location and this time Caleb grabbed some bitters and I grabbed some rose cocktail syrup that I am still dying to try. Only a couple more weeks hopefully! We opted to stick around the area for lunch, too, and went to Little Big Burger, which is right next to Blue Star. My travel crew graciously took an afternoon break with me back at Ashlyn's place before heading over to the Old Town area for our Shanghai Tunnels tour later at night. This was a brand new experience for me, and I'm not going to lie I was a little nervous about it. Ghost stories aren't really my thing, but I sucked it up and went underground for the tour of the tunnels. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but it really isn't that bad. Just watch your head! The ceilings are low and you could whack your head on many many pipes. After the tour, we went over to Cartopia, which is an awesome lot full of food trucks! We each got something different and shared just like we did at Pine Street Market. I love doing this so you get to try a little bit of everything!
Our final day our of vacation was only a half day, but we ended on quite a high note. We went out for breakfast to a place called Off the Waffle. You guys, I LOVE waffles so much. Like Leslie Knope level love waffles. This place apparently also loves the show Parks and Rec because you can get a plate called The Swanson! It was our dream breakfast. It was unfortunately time for us to head to the airport after that, but we definitely left with full hearts and bellies. We can't wait for our next visit out to the PNW with Nugget in tow!
I'll be sharing our time in Seattle and Mount Rainier National Park in separate posts. so stay tuned! Make sure you're following me on Twitter for daily ramblings and blog post announcements! Hope you all have an amazing weekend!
Happy Monday, everyone! We made it through the first week of 2018! I hope you all had a warm and cozy weekend with all the crazy weather we've been having in the States. Saturday was still freezing here and that was the day we had our maternity photoshoot scheduled for. My body was numb by the end of the it but it was so worth it because I know those photos are going to hold a special place in our hearts forever. I can't wait to see them and share them all with you! Other than that we ran some errands, which if you live in the Chicagoland area, the World Market in Northbrook is closing and everything is on sale right now! I've been twice in the last week and have found some really awesome stuff for our house, so if you have the time, go check it out...their last day open is January 20th. Yesterday we had a nice quiet day in with our family and played Monopoly. I love game nights so much and am really looking forward to having them with our kids for years to come.
So one of my favorite hobbies is reading and I really love to share what I've read with everyone! I thought I'd start a little book review series every month on what I read the previous month, so we'll start now with what I read this past December.
For Whom the Bell Tolls -Ernest Hemingway
I love a good classic, and I think we can all attest that anything written by Hemingway falls in to the category of being a GREAT classic. Not going to lie, I'd been reading this book for awhile, but it wasn't because it was bad. It was just a mixture of not being able to read every day and it being a bit long.
The plot of the novel is set during the Spanish Civil War where an American is helping to fight with the republic. The American, Robert Jordan, is supposed to help a band of republic fighters blow up a bridge during an attack on the city of Segovia. The novel tells of his journey on how he formulates his plan to proceed with his orders while he has a budding romance with a woman who is a part of the Spanish group he is working with.
I really loved this novel. It kept me intrigued the entire time, and I was always excited to pick it up and read more. I wouldn't say it was the ultimate page turner where I couldn't put it down, but I definitely didn't dread picking it up either. If you like war stories and romance, this is a great pick for you!
Buy For Whom the Bell Tolls on Amazon.
On Becoming Baby Wise -Gary Ezzo & Robert Buckman
I've recently switched over to more parenting reading material over pregnancy material. As I'm coming to the end of my pregnancy, I've wanted to prepare myself for the next stage...raising our baby! I had been recommend this parenting book by multiple people, so I figured I would give it a quick read and see how I felt about it. Well I can tell you this much, I already feel great about it and Nugget hasn't even been born yet!
This book uses the parenting philosophy called PDF (Parent Directed Feeding). To put it simply, this is what it promotes; you feed your baby, you have wake time with your baby, you let your baby sleep. It's a very simple and natural routine. As time goes on, you start to lessen the amount of feedings and naps to get them to eventually sleep throughout the entire night. The goal is to have your baby sleeping 8 hours by the time they are 8-12 weeks old.
So as you can imagine, that would be any parents dream and from the statistics in the book as well as what I've heard first hand from friends who have followed this parenting style...it works! Not only does it sound extremely appealing to have our child sleeping through the night by the time I go back to work so that I'm getting a decent amount of sleep, I think the most important thing is that he is getting the proper amount of sleep, too. We all need a good nights sleep for cognitive development, so if this philosophy is going to help our baby get the proper development he needs, I am definitely on board. I also love a schedule. It makes me feel more comfortable to try to have our baby on the same routine over and over again so that we'll both get the hang of things. Practice makes perfect, right? I believe being on such a great schedule will also help promote my breastmilk production and cause less stress when it comes to that aspect of being mother, too. This is all just speculation though! I will be sure to do an update post on how this PDF philosophy actually plays out for our family and let you know our personal experiences and struggles with it.
You can buy On Becoming Baby Wise on Amazon.
I'm currently reading Capital Gaines by Chip Gaines and I can't wait to share my thoughts on it with all of you next month! What are you currently reading? Leave me a comment below! Also, if any of you use Goodreads you should add me as a friend, so we can keep up with what we're all reading together!
Happy Friday everyone! I have some exciting news...I'm officially full term! Hooray, I'm finally at 37 weeks! I can't express how wonderful it was to wake up Wednesday morning and be able to say that. I want to look back though on these last 8 months and truly appreciate how beautiful they've been, as well as share some stuff with you all from the early days. Obviously I hadn't started Tiny Dapper Fox yet, and we didn't announce that we were having a baby until August! So that is a good solid 2 1/2 month gap from when we found out to when we shouted from the rooftops about Nugget.
The day we found out I was pregnant was one of the best days of our entire life. It was May 24th, and I was 5 weeks pregnant. To rewind slightly, we'll go back to Mother's Day last year. My mother-in-law came to visit us and we spent a day in downtown Chicago showing her around. We were in a cool little shop with lots of cute home goods and one thing that was in there was a little girl's apron. I remember her saying, "hopefully one day I can buy that for you guys!" I kind of nervous laughed and we moved on. Little did she know or anyone for that matter, that we were "trying" to start having a baby. We also really don't like the word "trying," because honestly we just went about our daily lives but without that added protection of the pill. We did our best to be as healthy as possible for ourselves and not stress about it. Anyways, I'll never forget that moment in that store in the city though because I literally thought to myself, "what if I am pregnant!?" And little did I know...I actually was!
Fast forward a couple days, we were at the grocery store and we were walking down the baking aisle. I walked past the pudding section and all of a sudden wanted butterscotch pudding. Caleb looked at me with wide eyes like "umm what?" It's not that I don't like butterscotch pudding but it's something I hadn't had in years and all of a sudden wanting it so badly was a little strange to us. I was due to get my period that next week, and I was having all the symptoms of getting a period too like cramping and being tired. However, those are all symptoms of being pregnant in the early stages, too. We didn't know what to think and at the risk of having our hearts broken we just tried to remain neutral and go about our daily lives.
The day I usually get my period came and went...and then a couple more days went...all of a sudden it was the next week. Due to being a little suspicious, I skipped my Monday yoga class that week (I am a Corepower Yoga member and go to the C2 class, which is set at around 95-100 degrees F) because I know that being dehydrated like that can be harmful in pregnancy, especially the first trimester. A couple more days passed and I was a week late. That was the day I decided to go buy a pregnancy test just to see. I went to Walgreens during my lunch break and picked one out. I mentioned in my Cheers, 2017 post my silly story about how I decided to go with the analog version instead of the digital one because I was 50% convinced that I wasn't pregnant and didn't want to waste the extra $5 (yes...I don't know why $5 was so important to me in that moment?) on a digital test if I wasn't pregnant. I walked over to the checkout and was shaking when I handed the box over. I went home after work and did the thing and we waited. Like I said in that other post, what happened next was so funny. We couldn't read the stick at first. The horizontal line was kind of faint and the vertical line was there. But we were thinking, "do both lines have to be really strong to be positive?" After a few minutes it finally clicked that the vertical line does not show up at all if you're not pregnant. I just remember having tears in my eyes and feeling this incredible blissful feeling washing over me...we we're going to have a baby!
I didn't really know what to do next...I just sat on our bed and called my doctor to set up an appointment. I thought that was a good place to start. Caleb was too excited to remain any kind of calm and immediately called his dad to tell him the news. I was on hold with the doctor while he was telling him. It was so funny and ridiculous but at the same time it made my heart burst that he was so happy that he was going to be a father. We then called my parents and asked them to casually come over for dinner and told them over some steak and lobster rolls. I was so scared that for some reason it wasn't true though and I took another test the next day, but the stick looked exactly the same as the day before...I was officially pregnant!
My first trimester was kind of rough. It wasn't brutal, but it also wasn't a cake walk. Man growing an organ and a human is hard work! I thankfully never got sick, but I did have almost 24/7 nausea for 2 months straight. I honestly think though the only reason I never got sick was because of Caleb. Smells were a huge trigger for my nausea, and since Caleb is the cook in our house, I thankfully never had to really be in the kitchen in the midst of any strong food smells. He also picked up the slack big time with around the house chores. Going up and down flights of stairs always made me feel light headed and brought on more nausea, too, so he did most of the house cleaning and laundry for me. He basically did everything. He was himself and me for 2 months, and I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am for him. The thing that would instantly make me feel better too was Caleb just simply saying "thank you for doing this." I would be crying or curled up in a little fetal position and all it would take was hearing those words to make it all better.
So pretty much the whole story of my first trimester goes like this...I slept and watched all 10 seasons of Friends, twice. That's pretty much it. I'd go days without washing my hair because I couldn't stand standing up to shower for more than 2 minutes and the scent of my dry shampoo made me want to hurl. We'd go 3 weeks without having a load of laundry done before I'd be able to muster up any energy to get it done or Caleb would get around to it. Caleb would tidy up the house but it probably only got properly dusted and cleaned once a month instead of weekly. Poor Wrigley barely got walked and I didn't care if it was raining or sunny out because I spent all of 5 minutes outside this summer. We didn't grocery shop. Caleb would go to the store every day after work to grab whatever I could tolerate. Basically just bread, mac and cheese, watermelon, grapes, and lemonade. Life was a mess. But it was a beautiful mess. So if you're pregnant and in your first trimester right now and you're feeling like you can't do anything right now, that is okay. You're doing an amazing job regardless if you can workout every day or if you sleep 15 hours a day. I was definitely no wonder woman during my first trimester and props to the ladies that can be. If you can't though, don't fret...you're still doing just as good of a job as them! It may not seem like it right now...but I promise you it will get so much better.
The best parts of my first trimester though was the ultrasounds and telling our family and friends. When we got to see the little heartbeat going on the screen for the first time it was indescribable. And the joy and excitement we received from telling all of our family and close friends at get togethers and through FaceTime was just so wonderful. You all kept me going during those hard weeks and I can't thank you enough!
Our biggest family announcement was at our 4th of July BBQ that we hosted at our house for our family. We gathered everyone on our deck before we served lunch and just casually started out by thanking them all for coming over. I started to say how much it meant to me to have them all there because we have something really exciting to share with all of them and then I all of a sudden started crying and Caleb had to take over. Then everyone else was crying and rushing in on me and hugging me. I remember when all my aunts let go and my grandma was standing right in front of me crying with Caleb and I walked over to her to give her a hug. I'm her first grandchild and now I get to give her her first great-grandchild. It is one of the biggest honors of my life.
We also took our big PNW vacation during my first trimester. I don't know how, but I somehow made it through haha. We had to really take it slow but we still had so much fun. And I climbed a mountain, you guys! A MOUNTAIN! Granted it was a small one...but nonetheless I was still pretty proud of myself for doing any amount of physical activity during that time.
When we got back home from our PNW vacation, I was technically entering my 2nd trimester, but I still wasn't feeling stellar. My nausea was easing up a lot but I still had some really hard days. I would say it was completely gone by about week 18. The start of the 2nd trimester also comes with lots of test, too but with every test came good news that continued to make us more and more excited. We opted to do the screening tests for any chromosomal abnormalities for the baby, which came with an additional ultrasound. We received good news that everything looked great, but this is also when we found out that Nugget was appearing to be a boy. We kept the information to ourselves and continued to be completely gender neutral about him even to each other, but it got us pretty excited to potentially know the gender. That ultrasound was at week 13, so it was still VERY early to be able to tell, especially because different body parts can masquerade as reproductive parts at that stage, but to hear the words that it looked like a boy was amazing.
One of the biggest highlights of my 2nd trimester though came at week 17. I started noticing some fluttering in my belly that wouldn't go away when I drank water like it use to. I could feel Nugget moving! I had another appointment at week 18 and when the nurse first tried to check his heart rate with the fetal doppler monitor, he kicked her! It was pretty funny and made me laugh that I had a feisty little one inside me.
Our 20 week ultrasound is when we found out Nugget was a boy...hopefully for sure. I don't want to say 100% because obviously there is always some room for error but since this was the 2nd ultrasound that looked like that, I'm pretty confident we're having a son. We asked the tech this time to not say the gender out loud when she checked the anatomy and instead put what she thought it was in an envelope for us to open up later. We went home after the appointment and opened it up with Wrigley. We wanted it to just be the 3 of us during this incredibly special moment. We opened a cute little paper that said "It's a Boy!" on it and we're so thrilled and excited to know. I could officially start buying cute boy stuff!
The weekend after our ultrasound we hosted our gender reveal party at our house for all of our family and friends. I baked a cake and dyed the frosting blue and bought a cute little "It's a Boy" topper to stick in the cake. We didn't have a box big enough to cover the cake without smudging the frosting, so we ended up having to use this giant storage tub to cover it up haha! We had the cake centered on our dining room table all covered up when everyone arrived. We had pink and blue plates and played a fun little game where everyone had to take a plate for appetizers and the plate color was their guess for if they thought it was a boy or a girl. We revealed the cake right away because we didn't want to make everyone wait forever to get to dessert. A lot of people thought it was a boy, and they were right!
The other highlight of my 2nd trimester was obviously our babymoon in Orlando. We went to Disney World for 5 days and had the best time in the parks and relaxing at our resort. I also got a prenatal massage and we enjoyed afternoon high tea at the Grand Floridian. It is a trip that both Caleb and I will cherish forever. You can read more about our trip in my A Disney Babymoon post!
Overall, my 2nd trimester was the happiest time of my pregnancy. I started feeling like myself again by 18 weeks and barely had a baby bump, so I could still move around and do daily things that needed to get done. All my energy was back, which helped me get back on track and motivated to start prepping the house for Nugget. We started fixing up the nursery the week after we got back from Disney, so the first week of October. It is finally all finished, and I can't wait to share it with all of you!
My 3rd trimester has been pretty great, too. While I feel like a huge waddling penguin these days, I've loved being pregnant. I'm very much ready for the next part, but I am also going to really miss feeling Nugget moving around inside me. It still makes me smile so big. The best parts of this trimester so far have been my baby shower and the holidays.
My mom and aunt hosted my baby shower back in November, and it was such a wonderful day. I was 29 weeks pregnant at the time. It was honestly the perfect time to have it because I still had plenty of energy and wasn't uncomfortably big yet. I had a cute baby bump for all the pictures though! We also received so many wonderful gifts and it's been nice to have everything we need for the baby in case he decides to come early. We have everything organized and washed, all ready for him when he does come. You can read more about my shower in My Baby Shower post.
The holidays have been extra special this year with focusing on Nugget's arrival. It was our last Christmas season just me, Caleb, and Wrigley and we definitely enjoyed doing our traditions we've started over the last few years. We're so excited to include Nugget in them this year and and start new ones with him, too!
As I look back on these last 8 1/2 months it has been the best experience of my life. All the great times far outweigh the difficult ones. What is coming makes every single thing worth it. I always start saying, "I can't wait to meet our baby," but I stop in the middle of saying that phrase because in a way I feel silly saying that. I already know him. We've been together through all of this, so I feel like it's more appropriate to say "I can't wait to see our baby!" That day is quickly approaching and while it is going to be long, hard, and tiring, I know it is going to be one of the most incredible days the Cabrera Crew has ever had.
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