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Updated: 2011-11-01T10:05:51.746-06:00

 



I LOVE Hanna Andersson! My daughter has lots of cl...

2006-11-29T20:04:00.000-07:00

I LOVE Hanna Andersson! My daughter has lots of clothes from there (gift certificates from Grandma and SALE items). I also have lots of clothes from there. Some of my favorite teaching clothes are Hanna Andersson. Is $42 too much for "cropped sweats"??? Not when I wear them almost every day all summer long!!



It would do me no good to be zapped into the Hanna...

2006-11-28T08:00:00.000-07:00

It would do me no good to be zapped into the Hanna Andersson world. I would ruin it in about a week, and the whole thing would look like my house, with piles of papers, books, toys, clothes, and dirty dishes. And I would be in my husband's T-shirt and my comfy stretchy pants that I wear every day but never leave the house in.



OKay, I linked over and saw the babies. All is cl...

2006-11-27T23:50:00.000-07:00

OKay, I linked over and saw the babies. All is clear. Does this mean your going to be pregnant again soon? I will await the email.



I get it that you absolutely adore your son (of co...

2006-11-27T23:48:00.000-07:00

I get it that you absolutely adore your son (of course you do), but when did you start to find kids in general irresistable? :)



Baby Blue sure looks cute in those stripes. So do...

2006-11-27T19:56:00.000-07:00

Baby Blue sure looks cute in those stripes. So does LG, for that matter.

Me, though? Not so much with the looking cute in the stripes. People laugh at me in my pajamas. Ah, well. They were cheap, at least. (Teh famous Swedish Childrensson outlet, site of two separate blogger meet-ups!)



Such a bizarre world to me, the childless academic...

2006-11-27T19:41:00.000-07:00

Such a bizarre world to me, the childless academic. All those stripes and families with co-ordinated clothes. And, in the holiday catalogue, the babies wearing hoods had really scary hollow eyes. I actually yelled, "AAAAH all the scary-eyed babies!" and then Chris had to run and check.

And, wow, do I wish that grey skirt wasn't $58.