Love this idea from a show house found on Houzz. It would be great to have each person in the household's name on totes, so when you do your nightly pick-up sweep, you can just carry around each bag, and stuff the person's clutter in there. Or gently and lovingly clean up after the people you care about. Whatever.
I have been vacillating between to continuing to let my hair "grow" (it doesn't go past its current point, no matter what I do) or bobbing it. When it begins the inevitable post-natal shed, I think a easy loose bob like this would be super cool, and not too "mommy-ish".
I wonder if it would work on my thick, wavy/curly hair?
I want to take a leave of absence from my responsibilities, and jet off for a couple weeks in Italy. An imaginary Italy where it is warm yet there are no crowds or vacationing Germans. Or vacationing Americans besides myself.
This wardrobe is exactly what I would bring (in my imaginary trip I have shed all my baby weight plus an extra five pounds).
I'm so effortlessly chic in my imaginary life.
I hate having our phones and iPad laying all over the kitchen counter- where the inevitably reside. It really annoys me for some reason, so I am now wishing for a drawer like this:
I just loved lime-washed brick. You rarely see it here in Knoxville, but it is everywhere in Atlanta. When I lived in a nanny cottage in Buckhead during law school, I would walk for a five mile stretches just to admire all the beautiful homes like this one.
Random fact- Danielle Rollins' house backed up to my little cottage. Or rather the back end of the Rollins' estate backed up to my cottage. The end that contained a full basketball court. That thumping of their son's basketball still haunts my studying-for-law-school-exam nightmares.
Okay, wrapping up with these delightful paintings by Janet Hill. I want to purchase every print- they somehow evoke the charm/whimsy of a Wes Anderson movie without being twee or precious. I love them all but have my eye on these prints-
So that's it for me. It's funny- I get so over my electronics and internet, but with nursing around the clock Pinterest and my Kindle are my closest companions of the non-children variety.