13 April 2011

Oh, hello Five O'Clock in the morning
every single day. 

Crazy baby. Always and forever. 

That is all I can say about thaaat.

Somebody call 9-1-1
I almost torched my sewing machine today. 
Piece of ship. or something along those foggy lines. 
We did eventually call a truce and worked together to produce this nice nightgown/dress:
best photo of the attempted...believe me. 

well..there was this one but Julia said no fair because she wasn't ready:
I've been lusting after some long black dresses (aka Maxi) lately but didn't want to cough up the lettuce. 
Enter heroine by the name of 1/2 off sale at Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts. 
With a happily ever after of $4.99 for real live stretchy knit fabric just like the real deal dresses.

I just followed this little girl dress tutorial, quadrupled the size and braided the noose/neck piece instead of making a strip of fabric/tie. 

Now lets address the post title. 

Our crazy child has taken to simultaneously pinching and bite-sucking faces and necks whenever she fancies:
I would throw out the crazy hypothesis that she is malnourished and maybe a little bit hungry 

but judging by little miss skin, bones, rolls, rolls and rolls
 I think she is doing just fine. 

Another lackluster post!

fist shake!

Hasta later,

Grace, Simon and Julia


  1. You pull off the maxi in your mini-itty-bitty-bod 100% better than one Labamba Bounds of 2265 RHOB. Beeelly Geeeee would AAApprove!

  2. You forgot to mention her little baby boobies! And that dress is gorgeous on you!

  3. I don't think I have looked that good in anything.ever. Obviously, I need to get in on that 10 min solution action!

  4. Keep up these lackluster posts! And please keep trying to get a good photo of you and J with that lovely black dress. Honestly, you look like a model!

  5. bahaa. 1) i love your new dress! make me one. you look great. hot bod. 2) those darn vampires. 3) obvi i lov eher outfit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. AWWW i just wanna squeeze those little chunky rolls! love baby chubs :)



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