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My Week(183) in iPhone Photos

Monday, May 5th, 2014

I have almost totally completely recovered from the Mom 2.0 Summit in Atlanta this weekend. The combination of standing/walking/dancing/flying made me swell up like a bullfrog and I was worried I might have overdone it, but things seem to be getting back to normal. But definitely no more travel for me until I have an outside baby.

Sunday:

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Furniture in an orchard. What, that’s not how you spend your weekends?

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Evan is “helping” her read a book. This definitely didn’t end well.

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STOP JUDGING ME, YOU ARE A CAT.

Monday:

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I was very tempted to just throw that whole pile away, but I mostly put it away. Mostly.

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Captain Barnacles and Peso to the rescue!

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Who knew applesauce in a pouch was THAT delicious?

Tuesday:

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Adorable shopping cart sharing.

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Making herself at home.

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We don’t ACTUALLY live at Target. My kids just get confused sometimes.

Wednesday:

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Swim lesson shenanigans

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Her side-eye is already perfect.

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If this is what happens after a 30 minute swim class, maybe summer will involve LOTS of naps.

Thursday:

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Goodbye Providence…

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Hello Atlanta!

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Chocolate fountain = pregnant woman’s dream come true

Friday:

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No YOU cried like 5 different times during the first 4 hours of Mom 2.0

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I’ve never had such amazing food at a conference. Parmesan encrusted shrimp OMG.

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Fancy hairs courtesy of the Dove suite

Saturday:

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High tea at the Ritz. Is this real life? (No)

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Fancy award ceremony is fancy

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My amazing, beautiful roommate Miranda who I miss so much already

I’ll write an actual conference post later (that will probably be mostly photos, duh) but it was an amazing experience. I had literally zero negative interactions with people – even people I would consider Kind Of A Big Deal on the internets – and loved every conversation I had. Even though right now the logistics of going next year (not knowing where we might be stationed, having a 10 month old) are overwhelming I already bought a ticket.

Now I am back to real life where I am responsible for butt-wiping and laundry and a severe lack of fried green tomatoes. But cuddling with the ginger babies makes me super glad to be back to life (back to reality).



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