(I’m just going to pretend that Christmas never happened and it hasn’t been a month since I’ve blogged, ok? Ok.)
Happy feast of the Bathtism of the Lord! I gave my second graders their homework assignment that came directly from Papa Francis:
“Find out the day on which you were born to the Church, and give thanks to the Lord, because at Baptism he has opened the door of his Church to us.” read the rest here.
Its always nice when the Pope helps a poor catechist out!
Now, I thought I’d take the plunge back in fashion land and record what I wore today because I didn’t feel too frumpy and fat. Its all thanks to my trusty black jersey knit dress from a million years ago. Every mother should own one. The funny thing is I bought this dress when I was single because I thought I looked foxy in it! Haha, little did I know that it’s Mama’s best friend with it’s stretchyness and blackness.
Be warned, these photos show my incredibly embarrassing
guest bedroom/office/craft table JUNK room complete with it’s filthy mirror. If I had written a New Years resolution post, I would harken back to it and my promise to be more “authentic” on the blog. Or my resolution to be a better housekeeper. Or my resolution to take better photographs. I’m failing at this New Years thing already!
The happy thing is that no husbands were involved and, hence, annoyed by the taking of these photos.
And no, that’s not a 25 week baby bump, it’s a 15 weeker. This post is all about keeping it real, right?
[Scratch that! I went back and checked and I’m actually 16 weeks! Whew!]
Ok, that’s quite enough of that! For better pictures, outfits and blogs, check out Fine Linen and Purple for What I Wore Sunday.