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.
Furniture in an orchard. What, that’s not how you spend your weekends?
Evan is “helping” her read a book. This definitely didn’t end well.
STOP JUDGING ME, YOU ARE A CAT.
I was very tempted to just throw that whole pile away, but I mostly put it away. Mostly.
Captain Barnacles and Peso to the rescue!
Who knew applesauce in a pouch was THAT delicious?
Adorable shopping cart sharing.
Making herself at home.
We don’t ACTUALLY live at Target. My kids just get confused sometimes.
Swim lesson shenanigans
Her side-eye is already perfect.
If this is what happens after a 30 minute swim class, maybe summer will involve LOTS of naps.
Chocolate fountain = pregnant woman’s dream come true
No YOU cried like 5 different times during the first 4 hours of Mom 2.0
I’ve never had such amazing food at a conference. Parmesan encrusted shrimp OMG.
Fancy hairs courtesy of the Dove suite
High tea at the Ritz. Is this real life? (No)
Fancy award ceremony is fancy
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).