March 2011

afternoon nap

by Sarah on March 31, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor

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I guess since the sofa is occupied, that leaves me with the floor.

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roadtrip

by Sarah on March 29, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor

When she’s not driving…

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This is how she rolls.

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brits do it better

by Sarah on March 29, 2011

in Animals,Video

I can never get enough British humor. I mean HUMOUR.

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You make the best pillow

by Sarah on March 24, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor

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Gracie

by Sarah on March 23, 2011

in Nada

Love love love this video.

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grrrrr

by Sarah on March 21, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor,Tuck TV

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gossip

by Sarah on March 17, 2011

in Nada

I know that this post makes me sound like a teenage girl (minus the whole pregnancy part,) but my dad claims that Daniel told him that I can have a baby whenever I want. If this is indeed true then I can relax about it and start obsessing about something else. Yeah I’m aware that I am crazy, no need to remind me.

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She be loco!

by Sarah on March 16, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor,Tuck TV


Chloe wanted to burn some calories after breakfast. But Thor isn’t having any of it.

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bellies are for rubbing

by Sarah on March 15, 2011

in Chloe loves Thor

This is what lunchtime at the Tuck house looks like. EVERY day.

 

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baby, baby, baby

by Sarah on March 14, 2011

in Daniel,Life

People always talk about “pregnancy brain,” “baby brain,” “preg head,”…blah blah blah. I have my own affliction, “baby-on-the-brain.” It seems to be ALL that I think about lately. I want to have a baby. NOW. No matter how much I try to reason myself out of it. Lately I have been feeling like everyone around me is either pregnant or just had a baby. Even people that I thought would never-in-a-million-years have a child, are now parents. Admittedly, I am probably obsessed because it seems like an endeavor that is out of my reach. I have always been the “you always want what you can’t have” type. If Daniel would come to me and say that he was excited about the idea of having a baby, then I would quit obsessing over it and enjoy the other promising aspects of my life. But that would never happen because I married the one man in the entire universe that doesn’t have a single paternal bone in his body. Well actually, that is not entirely true. He is often very fatherly… if the “kids” are four-legged and bark.

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