Okay, I'm back. Where was I? I would blog a lot more if I could just sing a little ditty and it would somehow translate into a post. These days the only words coming outta my mouth at this hour are in song form as Jack and I belt out tune after tune to little Woody from the moment he wakes up to the moment we drop him at school. While a fair share of the songs are custom compositions about Woody and his diaper, we (I) also sing Shake Your Booty, Who Let The Dogs Out and Madonna's Express Yourself. So he's got that going for him. So really, where was I? It's been like four months since I last posted. Let's see... there was that time I accidentally ate canned dog food. Like many other normal people, I do a little bit when mixing canned dog food into Fern and Rosy's dry kibble. To add value to their meal and make it more desireable I say things like "mmm Jack, have you tried this tuna and gravy?" or "ooh this is my favorite kind" or "Jack do you care if I give them a little of your salmon cutlets?" (I say that last one in a serious tone). It really gets the girls going. Then before I give them their bowls I lick the fork. What they don't know is that I lick it slightly ABOVE where the gooey canned food is! Except that one time.
There was the time I realized my hair is starting to grow back! I also realized the little baby hairs coming in make my hairline look like Steve Carell's 'do in Foxcatcher. Yes, due to being prego, stress and probably the fact that I only wash it 1-3 times per month, some of my hair fell out a while ago (hot).
There was also that one time I illustrated and designed a stationery suite for our little Woody and actually had the time to style and photograph the printed pieces. This was back when I was on maternity leave and he was just a little lump that snoozed all the time. Today I wanted to share how the pieces turned out. I'm feeling guilty for not sending out Christmas cards this year so I thought I'd point out how much time I spent on these bad boys (eh hem, I hand-cut and assembled 200 envelope liners). Anyhoo, I hope you likey. And if you're interested in custom stationery, hit me up, yo!