My Week(47) in iPhone Photos

My ennui from Tuesday lasted all week, which means I’ve got a boring week of photos today. I didn’t FEEL like I wasn’t really doing anything but based on my pictures (or lack thereof) I gave in to my desires to stay home a lot more than I thought. But I spent one bazillion dollars at the craft store on Friday and have been cutting and gluing and knitting and it seems to be improving my mood a little bit. It also means the children and I are covered in gold glitter that refuses to come off. SPARKLY!

Sunday:

Admiring herself in a pocket mirror. She's so vain.

Radishes in our stir fry - tasty AND pretty!

Monday:

It took less than a month for my gorgeous Kate Spade to turn into a diaper bag. Oh motherhood.

Eating - er, DRAWING - with chalk at playgroup.

More cooking - roasted veggies & balsamic glazed onions

Tuesday:

YOU'RE GOING THE WRONG WAY. GO SOUTH.

Sippy cups, coffee, vintage knitting patterns, dinosaurs - pretty much my entire life on one table

Growing mushrooms is cool, as long as you don't think too carefully about what is probably in those sacks

Wednesday:

My kids in a nutshell - Caroline: "Look at me, I'm so cute!" Evan: "Oooo something shiny!!!"

SLOW YOUR ROLL, BJ'S. It's not even HALLOWEEN yet.

Accusing face. I deserved it, she got a shot AND a finger prick.

Thursday:

Stroller Strides. I suspect the kids think we're all insane.

Wrestling. I think Caroline won.

Skeptical baby is skeptical

Friday:

There's now a "make your own cloth diaper" section at my craft store.

GLITTER.

New yarn for new projects. Luckily there was room in my knitting bag, which is already 75% full of old projects I haven't finished.

Saturday:

Can you guess what Caroline is going to be for Halloween?

Practicing his circles

Someone made a HUGE MESS during dinner and ended up naked.

I’ve decided I get the rest of the weekend to continue being lazy (especially tomorrow, which is my day to sleep in, which means I am not even going to THINK about getting out of bed until 10 am) and then I’m going to snap out of it. I’ve got a whole Pinterest board full of Halloween craft ideas, Caroline’s costume to finish, a What’s for Dinner post to write and lots of fall pictures to take. Unless it keeps raining. Rain validates all laziness.

Did you take any camera phone photos this week? Link up with one or lots using the linky below and grab the code (so it shows on your blog too!) over at Amy’s . It’s really fun!

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10 Responses to “My Week(47) in iPhone Photos”

  1. sarrible says:

    You can pretend those are Evan’s dinosaurs, but I know they’re actually yours, for reenacting scenes from Firefly.

  2. Jen F (from Robinson) says:

    Hehe, for one of your laziest weeks, I think this was actually my favorite Photo Week yet. Ennui suits you! I still can’t wrap my head around the Christmas trees (already?? assholes.) and making one’s own cloth diaper. And the “kids in a nutshell” picture wins for funniest caption so far.

  3. Cole says:

    Love Caroline in her overalls – also, I think you got more done in your ennui-week than Mommy and I do normally…

  4. Denae says:

    Seriously?! That was a lazy week? Girl I need to teach you how to be lazy. I love that sunshine baby is going to be a sun.

  5. TMae says:

    Okay, you do a lot of balsamic glazed food – how do you do this? It sounds delicious.

    And I’m impressed that Caroline starts dinner with clothes on. I’m pretty sure O ate every meal between 8 – 14 months without a shirt on. Sometimes even the ones in public. We’re those people.

    • bebehblog says:

      It is so so so so easy. Just add balsamic vinegar and honey to whatever you want to glaze and cook over medium high heat until it reduces by about half. Done. A lot of recipes also use a little garlic & thyme as well.

  6. Kimberly says:

    I’m starting to think that your family is like our long lost ginger version twin family or something- except for the knitting and fancy foods.

  7. caroline’s little face always melts me. but accusing face is one of my favorites. LOVE your week, per the uge.

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