Thursday, September 29, 2011

Deals, Discounts and Planning Ahead

We have gotten so many sweet emails and wanted to say thank you! We know it has been a challenge these last few years to view and order paper from us if you don't live near us or see us at shows and we are so happy to FINALLY be able to make it easy on you!
Since we can't figure out how to have a proper launch party with champagne and macarons via our new paper site, we thought we would have some specials instead!

So if you cannot join us in person for a cocktail you can at least enjoy the party favors!

Launch Party Specials!

and we saved the BEST one for last:

We would love to know what is your favorite item on the new site?

I am partial to two:
The has been Mini K's nickname since before she was born!
The Monkey...could we call Baby C anything else?
You can shop them all HERE!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Work In Progress

The Grove started almost 9 years ago in my home. It has grown so much since then. Four years ago, Grove Gal E and I decided to hire a web company to build us a proper home on the web. We loved our logo, it looked great on paper, and stickers, and even better with a bow, but it wasn't on the web (or the WORLD WIDE WEB as my dad still calls it!).

The problem was the site never really worked the way we wanted it to, the way we think people shop. We have tried fixing it, but sometimes you just have to throw it all out and start over. So we are in the process of starting over. I know, I know, not the best time of year for a gift company to have a fresh start, but why should we start being normal now!

So like any smart southern gals, we had a Plan B, or in this case a Plan P for paper. You can still go to our original site and shop our gift items. It will stay just where it is until the new one is complete.


We wanted to launch the new and improved paper site NOW so you can enjoy shopping for your holiday cards and gift stickers without pulling your hair out on our old site.

Let's just call this our second home, we envision it on a beach, with calorie free cocktails and cookie dough, and of course lots of fabulous paper, stickers, invites and photo cards. You of course are our guests and we hope you visit often and tell us what you like so we can make sure it is always in stock!

You can now find us HERE! Please bookmark it so you can find your way back for many visits to come.


Sunday, September 25, 2011

Fall Fever

Well it's officially fall. The past few days have been a whirlwind of client meetings, school field trips, flu shots and closets switches. Throw in some last minute cello bag and bow tying, Baby C's first haircut and prepping for this week and I missed the first official day of fall, or maybe it was our super muggy weather here in D.C.!

Well tomorrow kicks off the holiday trunk show season for the Grove with Rock, Paper, Cocktails! If you are in the D.C. area please come on by for a fun event for a great cause! I promise I will blog photos of our booth.

Tonight I had promised Mini K we would make dinner together...she wanted pasta, her father wanted we compromised. I must admit it turned out pretty good!

We made Cheese Ravioli Soup
Our ingredients, or the cast of characters as Pioneer Woman calls them were:

1 tablespoon (or so) extra-virgin olive oil
1 medium onion diced
1 green bell pepper diced
3 large carrots diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper
1 28oz can of crushed tomatoes (we used the garlic fire roasted because that is what was in the pantry!)
16oz of chicken broth (or half of one of those boxes from Trader Joe's)
1 1/2 cups HOT water
chopped basil from Mini K's herb garden
1 package of Wegman's fresh 3 cheese mini ravioli
Parmesan cheese

We heated the oil in our Dutch oven and added in the onions, garlic, carrots and green pepper. After a few minutes we added in the broth, crushed tomatoes, hot water, red pepper flakes and basil and left it alone until it was at a rolling boil. We added the ravioli and let it cook for 4 minutes then turned the burner down to low.

We added th cheese to the bowls for as Mini K called it, her presentation. Since she was the chef, the side dishes were cheese crackers and cucumbers without skin.
We had a lot of fun and now I am off to watch the Good Wife before my alarm wakes me up for a 4 mile run!

What did you do this weekend?

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Whirlwind Wednesday

This has been one of those weeks: 7 trips to the doctor, 3 sets of x-rays, 4 stitches, 5 prescriptions, a broken 50" tv (this made Mr G and Mini K wince in pain!) and it is only Wednesday. I know this too shall pass, but that thought never seems to make things less stressful.

I tend to exercise when stressed, which sounds good, but I also shop and bake so really the bad still outweigh the good!

So far I have only placed things in my shopping cart after Baby C and Mini K are in bed and then one of them stirs and I walk away from the computer.

Well the tv should be fixed tonight...the short story is, the next time you hear a man tell a how many women does it take to fix a lightbulb, can say at least 1 less than the number of men required to change a lightbulb on a heavy rear projection television! I will be back at the doctor tomorrow morning, followed by Mini K in the afternoon and Baby C on Friday morning.

As I mentioned my silver lining has been virtual shopping and kids Chloraseptic lollipops. Moms go out NOW and stock up before flu and strep throat season start. Mini K is using them for a different reason, but seriously, this is yet another product that I wonder how I ever lived without.

Before the drama started this week I made an appointment with a woman to come clean out my closet and give me my shopping list. I am great about finding 1,000 things I like, but other than shoes and handbags can never follow through with purchasing clothes for myself. I have a hard time with the professional look during the day, dressy casual at night and outfits to play with my kids in. I am pretty sure I could live in Lululemon and handbags and jewelry, but I am pretty sure it would only fly in my head!

So here is what is on my look list this week:

I saw this Juicy sweater on an August day when it was a mere 106 degrees and fell in love! One of my favorite things about winter is pairing a cardigan like this with a button down untucked, leggings and boots or jeans and longsleeve tee with a statement necklace. It's on sale now so I may not wait for the stylist, it might be purchased tonight!

I will be ordering a couple of these kate spade lipsticks this weekend from a friend who works in the Lenox Mall store. I try and order from friends in retail so they can get a commission when I can, and it is not like I need new lipstick at a doctor's appointment.
I always look at the YSL Muse bags, but end up purchasing something else. I keep coming back to this blue color and the HUGE size. Extra-large never seems to bother me when it describes a handbag!

I also promised several of you I would give you my review of the Next clothing I ordered for Mini K. I placed my order on Sunday and it arrived yesterday. The two puffer coats I ordered are ADORABLE. The quality is as good if not better than J.Crew's crewcuts and the price was one-third. I ordered her the red wellies with the ribbon in the back, for less than $30 and they are TOO CUTE. I will let you know how it wears, but so far I am thrilled!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Tailgate With A Purpose

I don't think I have ever done a blog post like this...I am not talking about our business, my kids, our crazy life, but something we can all DO to help kids that cannot do for themselves. I am asking you to tweet this post, post it to your Facebook page, or do your own blogpost. This is an organization founded out of love and one that I hope succeeds!

Today I learned something new. I have been running with, or I should say behind, Elizabeth early in the morning for the past few months. Elizabeth owns the fabulous The Shoe Hive and her husband is in the message business. They have two adorable kids, in fact Mini K thinks their daughter B is "awesome...for a 4 year old" which is a pretty high compliment.

What I didn't know was that they are also the aunt and uncle to a little boy with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It is 100% fatal. Can you even imagine knowing that a child you love and adore will be lucky to live to their late twenties and will be in pain? Well four years ago Brad founded Coach to Cure MS and it has gone national and this weekend you can help these children by enjoying your favorite fall sport: college football.

What I knew long before today was that this blog community is powerful and compassionate and I am asking you to consider supporting your favorite team this Saturday, but also to do a blog post about this wonderful organization. We will be supporting this great cause at T.J. Stone's in Alexandria and I hope you will take the time to find an event in your area!

Here is an excerpt of Brad's email...

Four years ago, I started a national charity program with America's college football coaches to honor my little nephew Joel-who is fighting a brutal disorder called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It took me almost 2 years to get this program adopted and launched in 2008. I almost gave up many times. But now, Coach to Cure MD has grown to meet our wildest dreams--virtually ever college football coach participates.

Big-time coaches like Texas' mack brown, South Carolina's Steve Spurrier, Northwestern's Pat Fitzgerald and Rutgers' Greg Schiano have become passionate advocates.

This weekend is our big national event. You'll see our Coach to Cure MD patches on every coach's arm on the sidelines. Around the country, families fighting Duchenne will hold watch parties in sports bars, tailgate lots, etc to raise money to fund research that could cure our boys.

All of us who are fighting Duchenne are battling a time bomb. Our boys stop walking by the time they are teenagers. Their hearts stop beating in their 20's. It's 100% fatal--unless and until we change it.

To learn more about Coach to Cure MD, to find our if your school is participating or to contribute online click HERE.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Surrounded By Cello

That pretty much sums up my week and weekend! Four, yes you read that number correctly, kid's birthday parties, crossfit and too many meetings to count have made up my last 5 days.

When I haven't been doing that, I have been getting ready for our PGG holiday show season. Over 300 fabulous products have been bagged and bowed and I cannot wait for show season to begin. Grove Land is quite a sight, and I had planned to share it with you, but my camera cord is in Mr. G's car and that is at the hockey rink!

So tonight I am taking a break from wrapping and prepping this week's dinners and our fall shopping list.

This is the type of week that would have driven me crazy last spring, but somehow (thank you God!), but I couldn't help but think about how much fun so many people will have unwrapping all of the happies I have spent this week wrapping. Our PGG site will be going through an overhaul in the next few weeks so I will be posting some of our non-personalized gifts on the blog. Please email us if you would like to place an order!

How was your weekend?

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Kindergarten Lessons on How To Do It All

I have spent the last two days on travel, for my day job, which means I wasn't able to tuck Mini K and Baby C in last night, or kiss them this morning, or see her off to school. It also means I wasn't able to tackle my outstanding items for PGG, but it means I put on my day job job hat and DID MY JOB...or at least one of them.

I have always traveled for my day job, more before I had kids, but even after I still traveled. There was something different about this trip...Mini K taught me what I consider to be a HUGE lesson.

Before I get to the lesson, I think I need to be honest about why I needed to listen and learn. This summer has been a roller coaster. Pineapple Grove in many ways is my escape. I love finding products that I think will make kids, women and men smile when they unwrap them, I love the thought of someone opening something they secretly wanted but never would purchase for themselves and I love tying anything up with a bow. In so many ways this business is a stress relief, but for the last six months it has felt like a heavy weight that I had to carry.

In these same six months I have seen a lot of posts about how women, mothers tackle their daily juggle. Let me be clear, I am not weighing in to the working mom vs. stay at home mom debate. I personally think everyone has to make their own choice and as women and mothers we owe each other respect. For me, I always knew I would work. I love my job, and love it with an understanding that like me it is not perfect. My day job takes me away from my kids, my spouse and in some ways me, but in the last six months I have felt like PGG is waiting to pounce when I get home to keep me away from them. I made some decisions in early August that I needed boundaries. I needed to remember when to take a timeout and say enough. You (the 3 of you who actually read this!) noticed I took a leave from blogworld. I got organized, I thought about what my family needed, what I needed and I planned. In that timeout I realized that I needed to stop thinking that things could wait until tomorrow, because tomorrow gets overcrowded, that each day needs a plan and that sometimes rules can go out the window.

This leads me to this week. I know this sounds sexist, but I think men can travel for business without the guilt that moms carry with us. In the past, when I travel, Mini K has always said she wished I didn't have to go. Yesterday I packed her lunch, drove her to school and when we pulled up to school I told her to listen and work hard before I walked her into her class. As I was leaving she ran over to me and said "you work hard too Momma so we can have fun when you get back." It hit me, maybe life is really just like school and as adults we just do other things during our recess. Mini K doesn't feel bad when she picks one game over the next at recess, and what can I possibly teach her with my own actions if I feel guilty.

So tonight, our scheduled dinner was thrown out the window, by me, and an unexpected trip to Chick Fil A took its place. A bedtime was pushed back by 15 minutes and we talked about the last two days.

I think everyone can benefit from looking at their own life through the lens of a child, where everything is possible and fresh and filled with excitement. My new schedule may not seem exciting to some: it still involves packing lunches and planning dinners, extreme craziness in the morning rush out the door, but those 3 hours after school, during dinner and the bedtime routine are worth it, they recharge me, and then I can take time away from the tv, for PGG and me. I think I have spent far too much time waiting for others to make my priorities theirs that I stopped making them mine. In reality, the only person to blame is me.

So I will end this post with something Mini K said tonight: her favorite thing to do at school each day is to try something she doesn't know how to do because it is scary exciting. Can you imagine how much we adults could accomplish if that was our goal each day?

Want to try it with me?

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Ten Years Later

I have started this post so many times today and yet haven't finished. Mini K is now old enough to ask Mr G about his friends that didn't make it out of the towers and this year seeing their boys made me realize just how much time has gone still feels like yesterday. I can remember exactly what I was doing, what I was wearing and that I kept the tv on 24/7 for weeks after the attack.

Words like I'm sorry and we will remember seem trivial to me on 9-11, is there anyone who will forget?

For me the anniversary of the next 5 days are one of the many things that make me proud to be an American. We were all witness to a country that came together, that grieved, that celebrated and paid their respects to the ones that died going about their daily life, or running in when most were running out.

For me this day, makes me think of a bullhorn, and a speech and a country that still is a shining beacon of freedom.

God Bless America!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Growing Growing Gone

Mini K is on a mission to keep our UPS and Fed Ex man gainfully employed. Between her legs and her feet and we will throw in her arms too, she is a growing machine!

One of her new chores this year is to check the mail. Full disclosure...this probably wasn't my smartest parenting decision, because Mini K has turned into a catalog junkie!

The one that caught her eye was Next Direct. It looks like Britain's version of Old Navy, assuming Boden would be the Gap. Does that make any sense?

The prices are beyond reasonable, less than $60 for a 3/4 length girls down jacket and $68 for girls riding boots.

Today I caved and we placed an order. I will let you know how the clothes are in person when they arrive. In the meantime, has anyone ordered from them? Am I setting myself up for a return trip?

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Sleep Like A Rock In September

Now don't get me wrong, I love a good diamond, but I have to say sapphires come in a close second. I was searching for a vintage piece of silver today and came across some stunning September birthstone eye candy today that was much too beautiful not to share!

How beautiful are these two stunners from Lang Antiques?

The rain is falling, the kids are asleep, and I have a stack of new magazines and fully charged iPad to catch up on Pinterest, so off to bed I go knowing that alarm clock is only a few short hours away and a run awaits! I will have sweet dreams tonight thinking blue and yellow thoughts!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Family Traditions

I'm southern. I believe they are extremely powerful. They are the making of memories and last night we continued one.

My Gammy passed away before she could meet Mini K, yet there are days when I know they have met by the words that come out of Mini K's mouth. I remember being a little girl in her kitchen and listening to her every word. I know many of you did the accent blog so this might sound familiar. EVERY soda in our family was coke. You would say: "I'll have a coke." and someone would respond "what kind?"

I can still see the apron she was wearing when she told me that Coca Cola was actually medicine. I couldn't believe it. She went on to tell me it could cure grumpiness and she would show me how. It was at that very moment when I made my first Coca Cola cake with her. While we were baking she told me that in our family, when there is nothing we can do for someone but pray, that you should make sure they never have to pray on an empty stomach. It sounded odd, but for as long as I can remember everytime we have known someone going through a difficult situation my mother has cooked for them. I guess I just followed in their footsteps.

My good friend K is going through a tough time. I wish I could say it was going to get better, but in reality the emotional struggle lies ahead. She is a strong woman, with two beautiful children and has already had to deal with more than her fair share of loss. So last night, I did what I watched my mother and Gammy before me do. I cooked, or really baked, but this time I had a helper: Mini K. Of course when she saw the bottle of Coke and jar of cocoa come out she insisted that we needed to make two, and so we did. I told her that her Mrs. S was having a rough week and sometimes a little dessert can make a bad day a little sweeter. So we made not one but two cakes and a casserole (stereotypical I know!) and I dropped them off today. I know they can't take away her troubles, but I just hope they tasted okay and allowed her to focus on her family for a few minutes!

I won't post a photo of my Gammy's recipe because it is sitting in a safe deposit box. I put it in there after 9-11. It was one of the few pieces of paper that has been in her hands, my mother's and mine and it will go to Mini K someday. It might just be paper, but to me it is so much more!

Coca Cola Cake

I will say I like to chill my piece, but Mini K LOVES hers at room temperature..

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease a retangular pan

Dry Ingredients
2 cups of flour
2 cups of sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon

Put the following in a saucepan over medium heat and stir until it boils:
1 cup butter
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 cup Coca Cola (Gammy always said it tasted better if the Coke came from a bottle instead of a can)
1/2 cup buttermilk

Once it boils, pour it into the dry ingredients and whisk away. Then add 2 eggs and 1 teaspoon vanilla.

Pour into the pan and bake for 30 minutes.

When you have about 10 minutes left in the oven make the glaze.

In a saucepan combine:
1/2 cup butter
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 cup Coca Cola

Once this boils remove it and add 4 cups of powdered sugar.

Take the cake out of the oven and pour the glaze on. Now the tough part: WAIT. In our house this usually lasted about 10 minutes until my grandfather snuck the first piece, always a corner!

You can eat it cold, chilled, room temperature, warm, but be warned...IT IS RICH.


Monday, September 5, 2011

Labor Day Sale

Happy Labor Day! We are spending the morning packin gup our seersucker, linen and white jeans and then heading to the pool. Mini K and I had our first candy corn sighting at Target yesterday! Fall is just around the corner!

We wanted to let you know that all of our new products in our ETSY store are 15% off until 11pm EST tonight with code: LABOR15

If you were waiting to monogram your smartphone or iPad, today is the day!

We had a client order this black case for her son at college and she is including a note with it that says "Remember to phone home!"
Here are some of our favorites!

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Presents and Presence

I have thought about writing this post for a long time, but know it will bring out the negative comments, but after hearing Mini K and another little girl talking at the playground today I knew this post would be a reality.

I know many people have stopped sending out paper invitations for kid's ( and frankly any non-milestone birthdays), but it seems the new trend is to state NO GIFTS on the evite, email, etc.

Well, Mini K is 5, she will turn 6 right after Christmas and is joined in that week with my husband. My husband grew up thinking birthdays weren't special...his usually got lost in the bustle of getting out of town for New Year's and to this day can't really remember having a party with more than just family until he went to college. When we found out Mini K would be born in that same week, he had one demand: birthdays are special and are NOT to be combined with Christmas. I agreed.

I grew up thinking birthdays lasted a month and as an adult love to plan birthdays for my kids, my friends and yes even myself. For me it stems from one thing: CANCER. I grew up with a mom that had cancer, and is going through a round of radiation for yet another cancer right now. Birthdays were NOT a given and each year should be celebrated.

Celebrate and presents do not mean the same thing, but of course kids LOVE presents. I would also guess that most parents love a little surprise too....maybe it's a bonus at work, an unexpected gift from their husband, or flowers for no particular reason.

This brings me to the playground. Mini K was swinging and a girl we didn't know got on the swing next to her. She had a birthday party yesterday and proudly announced she just turned 4. Mini K immediately said Happy Birthday, what kind of cake did you have? Remember, Mini K dreams of going to camp at Food Network! The girl said she had cupcakes, but her party was ok. When Mini K asked her why just ok, the little girl said her best friend had told her that she wanted to give her a gift, but her mother wouldn't let her take it to the party, because she didn't want the other moms to get mad since they were supposed to bring gifts.


Here is my unsolicited opinion. If I get an invite to a party, I do NOT feel obligated to bring a gift. I personally think stating no gifts on the invite, means you were expecting one UNLESS you put that on the invite. I bring a gift, because it is a celebration. You, as the host, have gone to a lot of work, effort and expense to make the day special, for yourself, a child, etc and occaisions are worthy of remembering and celebrating. I CHOOSE to bring a gift, because if you matter enough to me, my child, that we want to come to your party, we want to celebrate you!

If you still desire to request NO GIFTS, here are some wording options:

Your presence is the perfect present!

Instead of presents, please plan on leaving with a piece of cake!

I also make Mini K write EVERYONE who comes to her party a thank you note, regardless of if they bring a gift or not, because they made an effort to celebrate with her and that in and of itself is a gift! Years down the road, she will realize this fully.

Here is the thing: a gift does NOT mean spending a ton of money! So here are some of my favorites to give, that won't cost more than $10-15, all of these I put in a cello bag (Michael's sells them and your purchase is 25% off through tomorrow) and tie with a big bow or curling ribbon, LOTS of ribbon as Mini K says.

For A Baby Boy or Girl:
A personalized sippy cup from etsy.
Card Note: Oh What Fun, INSERT NAME is ONE!

For Little Girl
A multi pack of Lip Smackers, opened with 3-5 ring pops. All of these tied in a cello bag and trust me, you will have a happy little girl.
Card Note: Thanks for Letting Me Ring In Your Birthday With You!

For Little Boy
A plastic sand pail, I stock up when they are $1 at CVS or Target, and I will it with a container of gummy worms in a small cell bag, some sidewalk chalk, a pair of wild shoe laces.
Card Note: I really DIG your birthday!

For Tween Girl
Hair ties (look for our new ones coming to the SHOP!), lip gloss (pick your favorite brand, or Justice has some mood changing colors), a nail file, and some fun bubble gum.
Card Note: I filed this day away, hope is shimmers! Happy Birthday

For Tween Boy
Target gift coin. Let me tell you, it doesn't matter how much it is worth, put the coin, in a bag, with cello and tie it with a ribbon and it will be the talk of the party. Presentation is everything.
Card Note: Treasure this year! Happy Birthday!

Grown Male Friend
This takes time, not money. Get matchbooks from all of their favorite bars, retaurants, etc, put them in a mason jar with a lid. Take the time to write them a note about your favorite night out with them or why they are special. If you want to add something else to it, tie a gift card to the jar, but trust me the thought of all of the matchbooks and a sincere note is priceless.
Card Note: Strike a match to another great year!

Grown Girl Friend
So many of my girl friends, don't splurge for themselves so think about what you don't buy yourself. I usually will go to Ulta and stock up on etsy when they are on sale. I do the same thing at CVS for when hair elastics are on sale. I get a couple boxes of their favorite movie candy (they are on sale this week at Target for $1 each!), a couple of Essie polishes, some ponytail holders all in a bag with ribbon and it has never failed.
Card Note: I am so thankful for a friend that I can hang out with and know I won't be judged! If you want to add a giftcard for movie tickets you can.

I promise the next time I give these gifts I will post photos!

I am not judging people who send out the NO GIFTS PLEASE, but know that Mini K's favorite part of going to a party is picking out the present and helping me wrap it.

I have also seen some invites worded that

Thursday, September 1, 2011

New Month, New Products!

I have mentioned that Grove Gal E and I have been working on a new line. Well we are excited to tell you that today is the day! Pineapple Grove Gifts is so excited to announce that we will be designing and manufacturing our own exclusive line of silicone smartphone and ipad covers!

When the Grove started we had two simple goals:

1. to help busy people give a gift that they would be proud to receive...some of you purchase on our website, some of you leave us voicemails at midnight and have a gift wrapped and in your hands by 9am the next day and some of you we have never met, but feel like we know everyone on your list after our email shopping dates!

2. have fun

What better way than to kick off our new line than by sharing it with all of you! For every 250 fans we get on Facebook we will be giving away a iPad or smartphone cover of your choice! So if you haven't "liked" us on Facebook, please do so, and if you repost our site on your Facebook page we will enter you twice! You can find us HERE.

Well somewhere along the way we realized that we were searching for things and coming up empty handed. I know my blog posts have been spotty this summer, but I am proud to show you what we have been working on! Both of us noticed that while we love our printed monogrammed hard phone cases, they tended to skip across the hard floor when dropped like stones on water. Mini K and Baby C are keeping Apple's glass replacement center in business! I noticed that my day job blackberry, in its boring PLAIN case never skidded.
So we got to work and we hope you love our new products as much as we do! Smartphones covers that have your own style but can go from the the boardroom to your handbag and anywhere in between! We also have designs for the men in your life so get your gift lists out. They make a statment while keeping the focus on you! Our silicone cases are designed to fit iphones and blackberries and our ipad cases will still allow your ipad to slide into our neoprene ipad cases. We know there has been talk on twitter about the prints on certain brands rubbing off. That will not happen with our cases as the design is ENGRAVED into the silicone.

Our smartphone cases fit the following models:

Bold 9000
Tour 9630
Curve 8300
Curve 8900
All models can be engraved in your choice of fonts:
Our iPad cases, custom designed to fit the iPad 1st of 2nd Generation





You can shop our entire collection HERE or email us at to order!

We hope you like these as much as we do!