I have a lot of hair. It’s not super thick, but not at all thin. It’s getting really long and it takes me way too long to dry it in the mornings. Aside from being annoying now, I’m thinking ahead to June when I flat out won’t have the time.
Should I chop it?
Came across this print on Pinterest and thought it might look nice in the nursery. A click here and a click there led me to find that it’s sold by Pottery Barn Kids at the low, low price of $259.
A little more Googling and I found the original on Amazon for $208. They even have a smaller size for only $119. Exactly the same.
Who do you think you are, PBK?
Eric and I were both born and raised Catholic. Our marriage ceremony was also Catholic. However, neither of us feel like we completely agree with the Catholic Church so we’ve been thinking about switching to something else… but we didn’t know what. We wanted something Christian, but not as strict and uptight.
So what did we do? We took to an internet quiz. I took it first, got my results and then asked Eric to take it. We ended up with the same result—Episcopalian.
So that’s what we’re gonna do. Very meaningful, right? I really don’t consider myself a religious person, but we both agree that we want to bring up our children with some kind of church in their life—I just feel that it helps create a well-rounded person with a good moral compass.
So of course the next step was to find an actual church to attend. I found two nearby but of course was drawn to the “cute” one with the pretty red door. Clearly my priorities are in-line. But at least it’s for the greater good, right?
We’ve yet to go as our Sundays have been busy lately, but maybe this week we’ll take the plunge.
I’m not giving up anything for Lent, I didn’t watch the Oscars, and I can’t fit into any of the adorable spring clothes/bathing suits that are making their way around the internet so basically I have nothing to contribute to Tumblr this week.
Is it just a coincidence that I’m the most stressed out I’ve ever been in my life while pregnant… or is it the lack of alcohol that’s making the stress seem worse and more unmanageable?