On Saturday, Jeff and I attended a baby cousin's baptism in Philly. The drive sucker punched me in the kidneys, but hanging out with family on either side makes just about anything worth it.
Tonight, I instantly relaxed as I sprawled out on the enormous bean bag--a mainstay I'd like to join my living room in the near future--with Tater Tot (my niece) and fed her a bottle. She's at that age where she wants to pull everyone around by the finger, and I like walks. Not typically walking in circles, but I'll take it. What she does not enjoy is diaper changing time. (Dude, soak that up while you've got it. Someone is going to wipe your behind for you. It's a blessed thing. Bask in it.) My solution? While my sister-in-law changed her, I poked her in the nose with a marker and made farting noises. It worked. Toddlers aren't so different from teenagers. Or is it the other way around?
Without further ado, what better outfit to show you than one that involves animal print and puppies?
The dare devil on the left is Rudy. The cutie on my lap is Sammy.
Cardigan: Old Navy
Tank: White House Black Market
Necklace: Old Navy
Pants: Express via thredUP
Shoes: Jones New York via Marshall's (old)
Belt: The Limited (recent)
How could I not include this glamour shot!?
I know it's not exciting, but I really liked this combination of colors. I feel like I combined black and yellow without looking like a bumble bee, which is a pretty big feat.
I also wore the pants this way...
(I guess this color combination isn't too far from today's...oops?)
Linking up with
* Molly (http://www.themollybuckley.com)
* The Style Record (http://www.thestylerecord.com)
* Mix it Mondays (http://www.fizzandfrosting.com/2013/12/mix-it-mondays/)