Ahhhh, blogland. Only in the world of split second creative could someone be this clever and have such a good baby. Check out Mila's Dreams. It is darling. A sight where a very inspired mom dresses and styles her sleeping baby and her imaginary dreams. When my first child was born and finally took his daily 18 minute nap, I threatened to divorce my husband for flushing the toilet. Only after we had a tribe did that change. How nice that this sweetie sleeps and play dress up at the same time.
I need many of these for different scenarios with my kids, but mostly my husband. Not kidding. I think it would be more effective if I just make giant flash boards and sit on the patio, cold drink in hand, waiting for the same question to be asked the 112th time. I will start flipping.
I really like the seating in this room. Really cool banquette. But I admit to being skittish when it comes to pieces that will only work in one room, though. I believe in buying what you love first, not buying for a room as, my neighbor being a perfect example, you might get transferred after spending zillions on a piece that works only in a room you have NOW. What do you think? When parting with the big bucks, should it be on items that can go where you go?
As anyone who knows me will attest, I am no fashionista. It is a lovely thought, but with four kids and a business where I cut, pack and ship all day, guess what, J. Crew flip-flops are my standard(and have been for nine years). That being said, if I pass peacefully in my sleep in like 46 or 47 years, after kissing my family and drinking a cold Fat Tire, I would be perfectly pleased to come back looking like this.
I could even wear my flip-flops with this dress. Have a great weekend. xoxoxoxo
This is me, in my mind, as I dress for an important business meeting. Clearly the meeting is in Alaska as I would be a pool of sweat before I reach the car in sweltering Charlotte. Look how crisp I am. No frazzle. Looks like I am carrying a piano, but alas, it is just leather accessories. Hopefully they will buy them ALL so I can keep my shoes. Cross your fingers.......xoxoxoxo
For those of us that are, ahem, a few days over 30, this image of supermodel/author/yoga guru Christy Turlington is quite a lift. She is over 40, a momma, and in my opinion, quite holding her own in this new ad with these spry chicklets. She is the vision on the table. Makes me want to run to the nearest yoga studio....well, not WANT to, but feel it might be in by best interest. You?