Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Transformations


More substantive post to come later this week, promise (although I did write a post about Sesame Street and other nostalgic pleasures that will probably warp my child for Aiming Low).

Also, I promise I'm getting a haircut tomorrow, so that my son doesn't confuse me with Rousseau from Lost.
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24 comments :

  1. Awww. Love this. Love you. Cannot wait to meet the bitty one.

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  2. Ooooh, I love the baby room! I'm such a sucker for green walls and it looks so cozy :)

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  3. But I like Rousseau!

    Nice job on the room. You're gonna put Nate Berkus out of business.

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  4. I love your blog! I've never read posts from a blogger quite like you. I follow all these craft/fashion blogs but you make me think I might secretly hate them because as I scroll through my blog roll a wave of relief and excitement washes over me when I see you have a new post up that I get to read. You are a wonderful break from my blogs about superficial shit. (nail polish colors anyone? Or OMG look at the fabulous dress self-involved blogger X found while shopping today! ITS VINTAGE. Oooooooh!) Anyway, I think you're awesome and I'm happy for you and your growing family. Congrats and I wish you all the best :)

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  5. Oh my God you are the cutest!!!

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  6. You and the nursery look just beautiful!

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  7. Wow! You're almost there! Congrats and best of luck with the home birthing!

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  8. Lookin' good there...the girl and the baby's room! Can see the prenatal vitamins have done their job...your hair is massive! All the best to you even though you have no idea who I am...:) Such a strange thing! I suppose that makes you a celeb of sorts! Enjoy the last couple weeks of pregnancy and quiet. Sure do miss your Project Runway blogs...it's not the same without you! You would have a field day this season...

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  9. Anonymous4:18 PM

    You and the baby's room both look amazing!

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  10. aww you look so good pregnant. i'm excited that you're doing a home birth. if i were going to have kids, i'd have a natural home birth too. preferably with a kiddie pool in the living room. and lots of candy.

    for me. not the baby. i'm sure they can't have nougat straight out of the womb.

    can't wait to see teensy baby pics!

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  11. I hope I look as good and can stand up as straight when I hit 37 weeks. The baby's room looks fabulous. I love the color and how full of warmth it looks already, like a real person is going to live there (not, you know, like all the nursery pics I see that look fit only for Barbie).

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  12. Beautiful mom-to-be and beautiful nursery. I hope you'll make time to blog when your son arrives!

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  13. That belly is werkin' it.

    You look lovely. And seriously you're all baby. LUCKY DOG.

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  14. you look amazing, can't wait to meet baby

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  15. Wow! You look stunning in your 37th week! Your baby is almost out! Best of luck!

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  16. Jessica11:48 PM

    You are totally adorable! Love the nursery transformation. You should have kept Obama.

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  17. Anonymous5:40 PM

    i like the room - though it makes me wonder (aw, loving this quote), why do babies room have to be with color? I am an architect, and we like whites, maybe a fresh grey, but colors in rooms generally not so much. but somehow, when it comes to children, people think colors as such are by definition a good thing (similar to greenery as such). any hints?

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  18. That's where I've seen you before...on Lost! I knew it.

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  19. i totally agree with gracie lou's comment above mine. that baby's room is awesome. i can totally see it working, rather than those cheesey nurseries.

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  20. I think it best you keep the hair and the pregnancy boobs. However, to keep the pregnancy boobs you must also keep the pregnancy ass and enter negotiations with the pregnancy belly as to how much territory she is willing to concede. Good luck.

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  21. If you had to be confused with a Lost character, Rousseau's not so bad.

    And, I love all of the green in the nursery!

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  22. "Ya mean Kate, ya big silly! Ya look beautiful!" is what I exclaimed aloud when I read the Rousseau hair sentence (and I exclaimed it in an odd mixture of accents that falls somewhere between Jewish, Philedelphian, and old-timey, but what can I say, I'm high). And you do!

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  23. I've never been to NY, so in my imagination it's either bright lights and big city in Times Square or trannies and smack in the ghetto.

    But looking out the window in your "after" bedroom pic makes me love it and wish I lived in your house. Sun and trees and friendly neighbors who you can tell about your home birth give me hearts in my eyes.

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