Hello there! We're at my parents' house, making it through the unseasonably cool weather by bundling up in my sister's 90's hand me downs.
I'm linking up with Hallie today to throw some of my fave blogs your way. A couple are new to me and a couple are oldies but goodies. Anyhow, click and enjoy.
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"Mum always used to say that whenever we were grumpy and irritable (even just one of us) she would worm the lot."
Check out one of their little adventures or enjoy some of her artwork or have a laugh.
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"Good and plenty is a very brief feeling that I have for 48 hours after my weekly grocery trip, it dissipates at the same rate as the greek yogurt."
I can't believe with the amount of blogtrolling I do that it took me so long to find Rachael. Erstwhile Dear is SO lovely. Rachael documents their family life in Boston with such grace.
Read about her learning to be a mom of two or enjoy her portrait project. Dreamy, understated, and delightful.
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". . . while we ponder the structure of a perfectly just society. Or watch Netflix. One or the other."
I don't know, but having your husband in flight school for the first two months of your baby's life makes you kind of a rockstar.
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"I have to get ready for a play date in the new hood this afternoon. Let's be real, it's a mom date. And she's from Ohio. So clearly a match made in suburb Heaven. I'm giving Anna a pep talk to not act like this:
I've linked to Emily before. Emily is hilarious. She's been one of the biggest perks of moving to Houston because now we hang out in real life. She blogs about the myriad mild crises of motherhood and fashion.
And now a break from catholic mom blog fodder to shout out an old graduate school buddy of mine who has the wittiest of blogs
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from Note to Self
Stop writing in the second person.
And go grocery shopping, for god's sake.
Stop using hash tags ironically. No one gets it. #dummies.
Coffee and water are not interchangeable. Drink more coffee.
She's the kind of blogger who sorts 19th Century American Writers into Hogwarts and weaves tales of postal intrigue and she writes so deliciously well that she's always worth a click and a read.
She's the happiest little baby, but sometimes we all need our proverbial (or literal) poker chip fix.