Since we partied like baby-less twenty somethings this week (okay not quite, but two concerts in four days!) we'll be keeping it super low key this weekend. I'm thinking brunch, yoga, and couch time is in order. It's also supposed to be about a million degrees, so we're going to try to stay in the A/C. Why does it always seem to get the hottest right at the end of summer, when we're all being taunted with the prospect of tights, boots, and cardigans? I don't want to complain, lest the polar vortex make a fierce return to St. Louis, but even I'm ready to admit that I'm missing hot coffee & sweaters at this point. For now, I'll just be spending the afternoons pinning the outfits I wish I was wearing!
Here are my favorite links from this week:
The most important link this week, 10 things you can do to support the people of Ferguson, MO.
Global parenting habits that haven't caught on in the US - I love the Danish one, wouldn't it be amazing if it were that safe in the US?
More honest slogans for major companies.
I really loved this post about parenting, and how we can forget (in the midst of our to-do lists) that our days are also our children's.
LOVE this quote about balance in cooking.
If the women in these historical paintings could talk....
Apparently, people are the most likeable at age 29.
An adorable post about motherhood by Emily Henderson.
This one just cracked me up. I'd like to recite this to every stranger who has ever given me unsolicited baby advice.