I'm in the process of making some changes to how I blog. I'm pretty sure that within the next month i'm going to be shutting down this blog and opening it up over at my other web address. Also, I'll be adding another feature to that blog that corresponds with the flickr PPD group that I created.
In regards to the PPD group and how it works with the blog, I'm going to be posting a Daily Dose from the group pool, I'm going to have bi-monthly "articles" on PPD, and I'm going to be featuring monthly guest posts.
BUT until then, if you want to see it grow, and see where happiness, encouragement, and support can take us, join the group and invite your friends!
Thaya and Brie both got hair cuts this weekend. I love both of them. Again, I cut my own kid's hair out of necessity (well, lack of funds, anyway). Thaya refuses to wear anything in her hair, so we've both decided that it is for the best that we keep her hair short.
For every one shot I get like this, there are about about 15 or 20 that are just... well... not this. She LOVES to make crazy faces to spoil my picture taking mojo.
And, to get this I have to bribe. Her bribe for this shot was that I wouldn't make her wear the flower anymore.
I purchased the headband from this shop: www.etsy.com/shop/Millylillyrose
Also, this shot of Brie was just TOO cute to pass up!
You know, just when you think your heart is full and you can't quite love them any more than you already do, they go and sit in the window and something catches their attention, and they just sit and gaze, and the light is just PERFECT then you see her reflection, and her soft little lips, and you grab your camera, and the focus is PERFECT, and then...
your heart expands to let in more love because there is just no other option.
SO, on another note, we are SO happy to announce (no, I'm not pregnant, lol) we are FINALLY going to be going to France! We are so excited we can't even contain ourselves. We are going to be spending a week in Paris and then we'd like to spend another week doing a road trip of sorts. So, my question to you is, can you recommend any "must sees" throughout the French Countryside? And any tips on how to learn French in a year?! I dont want to be THAT person who goes and can't even say "thank you very much, you are so kind!" yah know?!