This post is late and I got less than 3 hours of sleep in the last 24 hours and I barely remember how I got home from the airport last night and Caroline is sitting on my lap with her slightly terrifying My Little Pony Equestria Girl introducing her to all the princess dolls and I have 5 photo sessions to edit so what I’m saying is if this post makes none sense don’t be surprised.
Princess Pirate Butterfly Caroline’s new best friend, the Dragon Ice Cream dragon
Evan defends his family against a zombie puppet
Sleepy, smudgy butterfly
Who knew a Kohl’s parking lot could be so inspiring?
I don’t even know.
Sand castles on our deserted beach
About 20 seconds later Caroline and her friends smashed them all.
They’re having a mini-conference on how best to beg me for that candy on the counter
Cleaning and trying out my headphones for an upcoming post
Shooties. Verdict after wearing them all weekend: Wise choice! Very comfortable for high heels, lots of compliments, only felt slightly like I have hooves.
Who is this huge person going to preschool and where is my baby?
Another stunning fall day in Connecticut (Town Hall)
Watching Monsters University (again! We saw it in the theater!) with the kids
I took a picture of my parking garage level/number to I didn’t have to remember when I can back at 1 am Monday. BRILLIANT. Worked perfectly.
Random MARTA station in Georgia where my friend Miranda picked me up!
Average attention span in 2012: 8 SECONDS. Now you know why we needed a session on writing engaging content.
All cleaned up for dinner with my other Minute Clinic bloggers at Type A
The crazy cab ride was worth it to get to this place. AMAAAAAAZING.
In case you were wondering, THAT is an Equestria Girl. I managed to snag one when they were breaking down the booth on Sunday.
My next DIY, obvs.
Atlanta was really pretty
Step 1 in getting back to my real life: write down all the stuff on the calendar I’ve been ignoring because it was “in October” and “October is a really long time from now”. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh <– the sound I just made looking at the stack of papers from the kids’ schools talking about open house nights and PTO meetings and pizza parties. Back to work!