This viral facebook post outlined the realities of societal expectations, and I have soooo many thoughts agreeing with this. The images below sum up the post into several, SEVERAL nutshells. I relate to absolutely everything on this list, plus would like to add - what about dads?? They are generally expected to go back to… Continue reading Society + Working Moms = ??
We purposely had very few plans over the holiday weekend, which was SO PLEASANT. Plenty of time for Charlotte to play and start to enjoy her second summer. And so, let me sum it up with her joy:
Okay, so I'm an only child which means that my childhood photos are pretty much just me. Solo. But my parents love me a lot - like, a lot - so a photo of just me is totally cool with them. So for a gift this Christmas, to each of my parents, I recreated one… Continue reading Childhood Photo Redo
I don't really participate in the TBT thing. I really should, considering how much I enjoy flipping through old photos and reliving fun moments of the past. But last weekend was like if you took every throw back Thursday that I have not participated in and rolled it into one massive throwback weekend. I went… Continue reading Super Throwback Thursday
So it's the end of the day on Friday, and my pal Jamie sent me this great article, including this perfect video. Yes, it's an ad for Microsoft, but like the article says...if you were born betwen 1984 and 1988, you should really be able to appreciate this. Enjoy!
Remember these? I was 110% obsessed with making these when I was younger...as were all my friends. This is just what we did...alllll summer. And this weekend, I taught my little sis (from bbbs) how to make them too. In fact, I found the exact same book that I learned them from. I wonder if… Continue reading Friendship Bracelets
Let's take a break from flood coverage. It's a tad overwhelming, and there will be so much to talk about in the months to come. Let's talk about field day. This morning, Katy said, "Do you hear music?" and in fact, she was right. Coming through our windows was the joyous sound of music: it… Continue reading Field Day