Those of you who know my husband know that he has great taste in clothes. He’s worked in apparel for years now–currently he’s a denim developer. He digs unique textiles with stories to tell. Read the rest of this entry »
Your ever-increasing propensity to smile. It is the most fun.
Your new adventures with your nanny Nadine and your baby friend, Bash.
How you do NOT like to be burped. Seriously. You cry as soon as I position you over my shoulder to burp you.
Your first tooth. No joke. happened about a week ago. (You can almost see it in the photo below.) Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been a mother for nearly four months now. It still doesn’t feel real. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes wearing a shirtdress can immediately make me feel like Lucy from “I Love Lucy” (minus the full skirt). But this one feels right. Pieced-together denim in a lightweight style with a shirt tail hem. Perfect. Read the rest of this entry »
That’s what most retailers are calling pants like these: “soft pants.”
But let’s call it like it is. Read the rest of this entry »
Going back to work last week after maternity leave wasn’t easy, but having the support of lots of moms–both online and off–has really helped. I made it through the week and actually really enjoyed it, aided by the fact that I love my job and was excited to see my coworkers again. I think this working mom life suits me. Read the rest of this entry »
Surprise, surprise: Judge doesn’t always dig our photo shoots. He’s generally a very patient baby, but here I was pushing his limits.
Still–isn’t he cute in his denim jumpsuit?!
We arrived at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in San Francisco at 10:00am on Thursday, January 15, 2015. I was all nerves and excitement. Chip was cool as a cucumber, as usual. Brian and Natalie drove me and my mom to the hospital. Friends really are the best. Chip took the scooter so he could run out and quickly get anything we needed. I think it will be fun to tell little Judge that someday: “Your dad drove a scooter to the hospital the day you were born.”
I love a good jumpsuit or romper. It’s one pice of clothing and you’re done! Like putting on a dress except you can sit cross-legged! You don’t have to worry about matching your top and bottom because THEY’RE THE SAME FABRIC!