1. Laura says:

    How adorable!!! Those are three of my favorite things too…all of which I haven’t had enough time for lately. 🙂

  2. Mark says:

    you should probably eat too.

  3. Taos says:

    OMG!!!!!

    LOVE it!

    Ahh stella.

  4. Amanda says:

    I find this story remarkably comforting. I must have a newborn because I also find myself thinking, that’s what I’m supposed to be and do too. Where has my focus gone? Oh, to the same place my sleep has…

  5. Babs says:

    No words necessary! Great post.

  6. vic says:

    Always with a smile.

  7. This is awesome! When my daughter was 6, she told me she didn’t want to be a mommy because mommies have to put their kids before their art. When I suggested it was possible to both create art and mother, she said, “But you don’t.” Stopped me cold. I didn’t know until that moment how much she took in. I’d like to say that I was different after that, that I’ve been able to give her a model of how to be a woman in which I’ve been able to equally honor both parts of myself, but I haven’t. I will say it was the beginning of a long and on-going conversation. (She is 15 now.)

  8. Eva says:

    hahahaha, I love this!
    greetings from Vienna

  9. I am new to your blog and I love it! This series of pictures is friggin’ hilarious. And a total compliment, in my book. For who could ever read and write too much?!?
    🙂

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