… because I’ve been so MIA lately. Same old story. Work. Kids. Sun is shining. Work. Repeat as necessary.
one. This season of Mad Men is boring me to death. THERE. I said it. And I feel so much better.
two. We did take down Everett’s crib last night, as his little bedroom is just too small for a crib and a bed and his vast collection of trucks. He had a harder time going to bed tonight, but I have faith. Right now, he just has his crib mattress on the floor — we still need to get a real mattress for his bed and apparently, one of those rails that keeps him in the bed, because I found him sleeping on the floor about 20-minutes ago.
three. Recent movies we’ve watched/I’ve watched: John Carter. Conception. The Babymakers. War, Inc. How to Lose Friends and Alienate People. A Little Bit of Heaven. End of Watch. The Five-Year Engagement. The Bourne Legacy. This is 40. Loved them all, however This is 40 was probably my least favorite.
four. I think I joined a book club today. I haven’t been in one in years, but I love the crowd and I really need a kick in the ass to do more reading, so all signs pointed to JOIN. I have until May 16th to finish this book, which I’ve been reading since the holidays… I think. It’s good, but has slowed down, a lot.
five. Raise you hand if you ordered these shoes for your husband/male significant other in your life. Josh’s modeling debut was a huge success and I’m pretty sure that half of Seattle’s male population is going to be sporting Rockports this spring… or, like, 10 of them. I’m rounding that up.
six. I was obsessed with the coverage from Boston.
seven. What I have told the kids about this week: That we get to preview the new exhibit at the zoo. What I have not told the kids about this week: That we’re going to the dentist. Although, they might be equally as excited about going to the dentist — these pediatric dentist offices are pretty much like Dental Disneylands.
nine. That picture is the first one that I have on my Instagram account.
ten. Um, I wrote an article about yeast infections. Somebody had to do it.