nuggets: little bits of the season in photos and words about the last week
I can dork out on well-organized spreadsheet just as much as rolling dryer lint balls. In school, my grades in calculus were comparable to my grades in literature. I’ve never fully aligned myself with my right or left brain; I am constantly playing hopscotch between the two. The party lines are blurred.
A new favorite Pandora station in our home: Kidz Bop Kids
:: Our friend outgrew his shopping cart and handed it down to my girls. While it definitely doesn’t come out of the car when both kids are with me (hello mayhem!), the little cart is the perfect accessory when on a mama-one kid shopping date. Like, to the grocery or fabric store.
:: Leaves are nearing the end of their brilliance, about to tuck in for the year. Still, they remain pretty awesome.
And fun to make trails in the morning frosting, as Margot calls it.
:: This is the greeting my assistant, Sarahjess, gets when she comes to work.
:: I made a calendar! It is for sale here.
your entire order from my etsy shop
:: We have things in out home that mom allows and dad doesn’t and things dad allows and mom doesn’t. Do you have those? One that I permit and makes dad bananas: kids on chairs, stools and counters when in the kitchen. Sure it makes for additional obstacles and can turn a quick recipe into an hour affair, but I love it.
:: We went to a thrift store last week and Margot fell in love with this totally creepy looking baby doll so he came home with us. His name is Boto.
:: Our rolling pin broke so we made sugar cookies with my kids’ play rolling pin. It was funny and worked swell.
:: Ruby, suddenly, seems so big to me. As we approach her second birthday and her second anniversary of survival, I am so thankful for this healthy, thriving sweet potato.
happy Friday out there
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Congrats to the randomly selected winner of a Blue Q shopping spree: Rachael said…Ooh, if I had $60 at Blue Q I’d definitely get the Marshall shoulder tote, some soaps, and the Cameras pencil case. Such a cool shop, I’d never heard of them before!