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Wednesday, March 7

Wordless Week: Day 3

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8 comments:

  1. Love this wordless!

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  2. I am feelin the Oreos! Have one for me! :)And I can't post on my blog fast enough! I am amazed by all you ladies who manage your time so super well!

    Now a quick question...part of a great photo is the lighting. How on earth do you manage such great light ALL THE TIME? Whats your secret ladies(especially you Miss Emily!)? :)

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  3. If it's wordless week, I am not sure how I am supposed to leave a comment, lol. =)

    Your photos make me so happy. Thanks for sharing. <3 xoxo

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  4. I swear, every wordless post (well, pretty much every post!)makes me just think that you live this picturesque, fab life...I know that things are not always easy in mommy-land, but rest assured that it looks so wonderful from the other end of the blog!!!

    Seriously, sooooooooooooo cute and fun looking...every day!

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  5. Love Lucy's headband. Did you make that? So cute. And ditto on the lighting. Do you live in a glass house? What's your secret??

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  6. I love so many things but I really love Lucy's birdie mobile! and her cute little head band. Fun times at the pool!

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  7. Yes. I too am always in awe of the light you manage. I have lots of windows in my place and make it work but your house just seems so perfect! Also, did you make the shopping cart cover? I want to make one for the beanies but have to find a pattern. Maybe I'll just wing it... Take measurements next time I go shopping (because that won't look crazy at ALL.) and go from there. Maybe I'll get Pinned! haha!

    Also, I really want to get some sleepy shots of the babies but I would totally wake them up. :(

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  8. Thanks for the sweet comments, ladies!!

    Amandas and Stephanie--- TRULY--- it is how I max out my settings on my camera!! SERIOUSLY! I am so intrigued that you guys are all so amazed! I maybe need to post a "behind the scenes" or "how-to" post after Wordless Week... My house is a sweet little house, built in the 1950's, and NOT swimming with BIG windows. It is quite average!!

    But I laughed at the "glass house" comment. Thanks for the compliments!!

    Jennie, TRUST me, this is NOT a lovely little life--- It occurred to me that I tend to not have my camera when the meltdowns are occurring, since I'm dealing with the issue... so this time I tried to catch a few of the less-lovely moments. Check out Lucy having a SUPER rough time between her naps... Teeth, I think (at least, I gave her Tylenol and hoped it would help!)

    It's a good life, but PLENTY tedious/frustrating/dirty/overwhelming/exhausting, too.

    Oh yeah, and note the McDonalds in Day 3. I give in to my weaknesses... a sure sign that all is not ideal all the time in my world! Haha!

    Stephanie-- I did make the headband, but not the actual flowers. I used some adorable Anthro paper clips I got as a gift that had these crocheted flower toppers.

    Amanda G- I was TERRIFIED of ever going NEAR my sleeping baby when it was my first... I was so scared I'd wake him. But this time, I HAVE to go wake my poor Lucy at least a couple of times a week to be able to go get Noah from preschool. It SUCKS, but it gives me opportunity to take more "nap photos", since I'm going in there anyway.

    (Ha! I am defying Wordless Week by "blogging" here in the comments. Oops!)

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