Scavenger Hunt Sunday

June 17, 2012
Happy Father’s Day! I hope everyone plans on doing something with the “fathers” in their lives today. I gave my husband an “expecting” father’s day gift yesterday since he was planning on visiting his dad today. What did I give him? A Diaper Dude! Now he’s all ready to take our little girl out into the world on his own…without having to carry around my Kalencom yellow harlequin bag. I don’t know how fired up any guy can get over a diaper bag…so I also included a couple of vintage tees. Either way, he loved it!On another note, last...
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A Pregnancy Story: Baby-Q!

June 16, 2012
Last Sunday, we had a Baby-Q…not to be confused with a baby shower (even though nearly everyone we invited called it a baby shower). Apparently, a few of my husband’s friends kept asking him if we were going to have anything (shower/party, etc) before the baby arrived…so it just made since to have one big party and invite all our friends and their families. I took a few photos before everyone arrived and then handed my camera off to a friend of mine while we opened gifts. I can only assume that you’re interested in seeing how it all went down. While I’m here, I...
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Birthday Giveaway Part 1: Print Runner Business Cards...

June 15, 2012
In addition to having a baby within the next seven weeks, I have a major birthday coming up a week from today. Yes, my friends…I am turning the big 3-0! As has become tradition, I’ve decided that there is no better way to celebrate my birthday than to giveaway a few sweet gifts (at least in blog land). This year, I’ll be giving away two…one this week and one next. My first giveaway is a pretty sweet deal for all of my aspiring business owner friends who need new BUSINESS CARDS (myself included), sponsored by PrintRunner.com. PrintRunner.com was established with...
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All the Single Ladies…

June 14, 2012
I don’t know about you, but I can’t imagine a life without being married…and having a family. The expectations growing up were that I would go to school, go to college, get a job, get married, have babies (although I don’t think my parents specifically stated that the married and babies part had to happen), get old, retire, die…or something like that. As a result, I believe I have a misguided perception that everyone else wants the same thing. My apologies…I really mean no harm.Interestingly enough though, 44% of all US residents 18+ years old are single...
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