the perils of fashion blogging

My husband came in as I was writing a post for All Things Chic {we’re giving away a gorgeous hand-dyed silk pashmina scarf! Go enter!!}

And he’s like, “What are you putting a picture of your boob on the internet?”

And I’m like, “Its not of my boob! Its of my scarf!”

And he’s like, “If you say so!”


That is TOTALLY a picture of my scarf.

reason number 2,753 i love my husband

When he goes out to eat with guys from work, he’ll order something I love so he can bring me home the leftovers.

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Yumm… crabcake for lunch!

wordless wednesday: these pictures made me melt

(okay – semi-wordless) A friend sent us these pictures from Haiti, ones that actually have my husband in them!

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The fact that he spent his vacation doing this confirms that I married the most amazing guy on earth.

 

happy new years!

So this year, for the first time since Ellie was born, we found ourselves childless on New Years Eve. What to do? "Lets go into Philly and go out to dinner," I wildly suggested."Lets go to New York," my crazy husband said.{Yes, my husband is nuts. But I knew that when I married him.} So […]

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leaving is hard too

Please don't ever think that husbands who travel for work a lot have it easy. It’s so tempting. As we talked about earlier this week, its hard to feel sorry for him while he’s jetting around Europe, going to amazing restaurants, not to mention getting to sleep in a hotel room alone, getting a full […]

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sisterhood of the traveling husbands: coming home

Today we’re tackling the fourth installment in our sisterhood of the traveling husbands series, where I’m sharing some key tips to keeping your sanity when you’re on your own at home. PART FOUR: Coming home Think about this: what do you want your traveling husband to come home to? Do I want him to come […]

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sisterhood of the traveling husbands: planning is key

Today we’re tackling installment three in our sisterhood of the traveling husbands series, where I’m sharing some key tips to keeping your sanity when you’re on your own at home. PART THREE: Planning is key Planning can drastically reduce your stress. Afternoons and evenings can drag like you would not believe. Actually, if you’re a […]

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sisterhood of the traveling husbands: keep it simple

Today we're tackling installment two in our sisterhood of the traveling husbands series, where I'm sharing some key tips to keeping your sanity when you're on your own at home. PART TWO: Keeping it simple. The Meals: I’m totally not motivated to cook when my husband is gone. And my kids love it. Here are […]

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sisterhood of the traveling husbands: focus on the positive

Recently my husband has traveled almost every week, leaving me at home with three kids by myself. Now that he’s home for a spell, I’m quickly appreciating how much easier it is to have two parents around! He doesn’t travel all the time, but it goes in spurts. People are constantly asking me how I […]

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