(top picture, from left to right) Connor, Gabe, Amos, and me. (bottom picture) Amos and Me
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YO! I have this in my kitchen. That is all.
So, I made this a couple weeks ago. It’s a dry erase poster size calendar.
The whole thing was a very simple idea and pretty easy to do.
I originally found the idea on pinterest.
Here’s what I used:
Red poster frame (it came with the red background) from Wal-Mart)
Paint samples (trimmed a little to all fit)
dry erase markers
And that’s all. Super simple and you get play with paint samples! How fun is that?! Well, I enjoyed it anyway. To get all of the samples to fit, I just trimmed the top off where the name of the color was on the sample. So it all looked very neat. The one thing I’m not super happy about is that it’s not easy to get the marker off of the board. It may be because I bought crappy markers or I should have used a glass instead of plastic on the frame. It still comes clean, just not super easy.
So, there you have it. My crafty contribution to the interwebs. Enjoy!
Word to your mother. Yup, I just said that.
Another rad post from Mammalingo. I bolded my favorite part.
I hate this Nutrisystem ad soooooo much. I saw it a long time ago in a magazine while I was getting a relaxing pedicure, and it made me want to throw things, which is not a relaxing feeling.
Jillian Barberie is pregnant in the first picture. But — and it’s a big but — the ad makes no mention of the pregnancy. None! There’s no mention of the pregnancy! It just says, “Results Not Typical.” Results Not Typical! You bet your ass that those results aren’t typical! If you were pregnant and had a baby and lost any weight, that’s not weight loss. That’s having a baby. If you have to give it a name and a social security number, that’s not weight loss.
I’m bringing this up because Devon Corneal wrote a great essay on pregnancy weight (and loss) for the Huffington Post today. Here’s that link.
While you’re here and this has nothing to do with anything, can magazines and blogs please stop documenting Suri Cruise’s every move? She had ice cream! Here she is on a play date! She’s at the park! Have a peek inside her pediatrician’s window!
Okay, I have to go find a towel to wipe the foam that’s building up on the sides of my mouth because I’m on a rant.
(Source: theswintons, via )
I giggle every time he says this. Lol! Look at the doctor’s face, hahaha! Love it.
I did it! I did my second pinterest project. It’s the relax bottle/timeout timer. Time out is going to rawk at our house. I want to go in time out! I think it will work especially well with Connor, my S.P.D. Child. Here’s the tutorial, it’s a direct link to the blog it came from.
Every day, this is how we roll at the Fisher abode.
This is so Gabe.