Hey guys! I’m over at (the wonderful, spectacular, and funny) Bridget’s blog today— guest-posting about motherhood. It’s all the pictures you’ve already seen before and a lot of things you already know about me, but regardless you absolutely should head over and congratulate Bridget on her newest edition: Parker (Marlowe’s future bff). Seriously, you’ll love Bridget.
Also, Hello to all the new readers from Bridget’s blog. Welcome! Hope you enjoy your stay 🙂 Sorry if the blog is a bit boring the next few days… I’ll be up in Massachusetts doing as little and as much as I possibly can 🙂 And I’m incredibly unprepared for anything lately, and have zero guest posts lined up.
While away, I’m going to attempt to post at least a photo a day. We’ll see how it goes. It’s already been hectic around here and I haven’t even left yet. Marlowe has been running (quickly walking) around like crazy and laying on the floor to kiss her reflection in the peek-a-boo book (no idea why). I’m almost done list making and packing… and luckily I have the awesome, Michelle house/dog-sitting (and making dinner for me tonight!!!! YES.) &Eric will still be helping little M and I to the airport. So far so good.
Ps. To the commenter who told me I was “full of shit for letting myself and my daughter drink Starbucks”….. Really? 1. I’ve never said anything bad about Starbucks or coffee drinking or anything along those lines…. In fact, in the past I have posted quite a few photos of myself there with friends, Yes… sometimes I’m even there once a week (GASP). If you had actually read my blog, you would know I never stated my life is 100% organic. I’ve posted lists of foods and things that I am more lax about and things I will always stay away from. I do what I can, when I can. Would you prefer I walked the few extra blocks to the local coffee shop? Because I wont: their coffee is terrible and most likely also not organic. 2. Almost 100% of the time I order a decaf tea. No sugar, no sweeteners, no syrups, nothing: Just decaf tea on ice (how awful and unhealthy of me). 3. You really think my 10 month old is drinking out of a straw like that? She’s 10 months and chewing on it, like she does to everything. Get real.
Sorry you don’t like what you see and my Starbucks outings with my friends offends you, but next time: keep your negativity and potty mouth to yourself and just stop reading.