8.07.2012

nekkid bebe

sandals: target; skirt: c/o sugarlips; tee: gap; bandana: david's underwear drawer
check me out, embracing my white trash side! nakey baby, hair bandanna, and barbecue grill to boot. when joony gets tired he only wants to be held like that...and since we don't have AC, that baby doesn't have clothes on. 

things lately:
-another jeff goldblum movie: independence day. we liked it!
-writing/coloring in my new journal, my favorite way to decompress.
-sending packages to my sister/baby niece coming this winter.
-AMAZING gluten-/dairy-free coffee cake. seriously, it's unreal.
-more 30 day shred, which gives me shaky limbs and a red, sweaty face.
-planning store things for the upcoming season.
-so SO so looking forward to this weekend.

14 comments:

  1. That little boy is handsome as can be but my eyes got fixated on one part of this post: gluten free/dairy free coffee cake?! Oh that sounds delicious :)

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    1. Kerry, it's so easy to make! Here's the recipe:

      1 GF cake mix (any works; i used betty crocker's yellow cake mix)
      1/2 cup sugar
      3/4 cup oil
      4 eggs
      1 cup sour cream (i used tofutti since we're dairy-free)
      1t vanilla
      Topping: Brown sugar/cinnamon

      Grease 9x13 pan Mix everything together. Pour in pan. Combine 1/2 cup brown sugar and cinnamon. Crumble over top. Take a knife and make swirls thru the batter. Bake at 350 for 1 hour.

      let me know if you make it and how it turns out!

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  2. I can't believe you just watched Jurassic Park AND Independence Day for the first time. I swear my husband sheds a tear every time he watches Independence Day. At the part when the President of the US says that speech, "THIS is our Independence day...." I have seen that movie more times than I can count. PLUS it is fun to watch on the 4th of July. And Jurassic Park is just a classic. The second and third are kind of dumb, but seriously, I always want to close my eyes watching the kitchen scene from the 1st movie. Eeeeks!!

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    1. right?! i grew up in the 90's without television, so that's most likely why i haven't seen any of these classics! we're thinking about watching the men in black movies next, since i also haven't seen those!

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  3. Haha loving all the white trash. But really your skirt and baby are super cute!

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  4. I just died! He looks like the sweetest little boy! So excited for those cuddles :) And I think nekkid bebes are da bestttttt (nacho libre)

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  5. Love it, can't wait to see what you do next! Come check out my blog, maybe we can follow each other!
    Material Fixations

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  6. CUTE cuddly little baby. I love him. And you look great! Not white trash at all.

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  7. Aww he's getting to the SUPER cute chubby stage!! I also love your skirt, but let's face it, the baby steals the show :)

    Life etc

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    1. he totally does, and i don't even care! haha

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  8. I love your skirt! I love the cute baby the most! Okay, the reason that I am really commenting though...is because I put McKay's bandanas in his underwear drawer too!...I just thought that was funny haha.

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    1. ok the first time i read this i read, "i put mckay's BANANAS in his underwear drawer," and i was like, "oh, cool, ali...weirdo." LOL

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  9. Haha! A nekkid baby goes with any and every outfit. ;)

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  10. I forgot to tell you... Clothes are totally optional 'til they're five. And then... Well, let's just say it's too hot to wear pants in GA, even for Mommies. Do not attempt this in public.

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oh, hey!

i think you're smart, pretty, and entitled to your own opinions.

i'd love it if the feeling was mutual!