Sunday, March 31, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013
When Auntie Amelia got asked to do another review for eShakti - this time the spring collection - there was a major party in the household! Two dresses = twice the love!
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Friday, March 15, 2013
Ms. Mommy was the lucky recipient of a Shabby Apple gift certificate recently. She took advantage of one of the fabulous sales and promotions Shabby Apple is currently offering- buy one item from the new Ferris Wheel collection, get a select item for half price- and wound up bringing home these two gorgeous new wardrobe pieces!
She first selected the Looff's Pier blouse, from the Ferris Wheel collection, and then chose the Grand National dress for her half-off item. And do you know what? She adores them both! I wanted to show off my own grey dress (okay, it's actually a bubble top and not a dress), but then Hank wandered into the photo shoot and Ms. Mommy and I had a hard time keeping our focus.
Haha, nice try, Ms. Mommy. You knew the graham crackers wouldn't keep us occupied for long! Ooooh, what's this? Is your dress made of... SATIN?! Stop laughing, Mommy, it's very soft.
Dress and Blouse: Shabby Apple
Leggings: Stolen from Auntie Sha
Jeans: Old Navy
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Here's an under-appreciated accessory: the backpack! Do you know who does appreciate the backpack (besides myself, Petunia, and Hank, of course)? Dora the Explorer! We watch a lot of Dora in our house. A LOT of Dora.
Backpack, backpack! Ms. Mommy only had to visit four different thrift stores before finding this charming Diego backpack.
Also under-appreciated? The bananastache.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013
Ms. Mommy may have brought up her lack of culinary abilities in previous blog posts. I'm here to set the record straight: Ms. Mommy is a genius in the kitchen... when it comes to make huckleberry pancakes using Bisquick mix.
Mmmm.... pancakes. Massive shout out to my Bubbe for providing the frozen huckleberries. It is the gift that keeps on giving. Oh, and for anyone reading this who is unfamiliar with huckleberries (I'm still having trouble processing this, as it is the state fruit of my Bubbe's birthplace, but apparently not everyone has gotten to experience this delectable treat), the berries are small, round, and look like blueberries. The variety we enjoy has a more tart flavor.