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7 Days :: {summer 2011} :: Days 1-3

It’s that time of year again. Already. Didn’t the Spring Edition of 7 Days just happen? Weird. Anyway, here are Days 1-3, with their captions underneath.

(If you’re not familiar with 7 Days, it is a Flickr group headed by Sarah in which you take a self-portrait for 7 days straight, four times a year. Spring, summer, fall, winter. For more info, you can read the Summer 2011 rules here.)

7 days :: 1 {nursing in a public bathroom stall is classy}

7 days :: 1 {nursing in a public bathroom stall is classy}
Preston and I felt the need to go for a walk. Half-way through, he was hungry and I didn’t want to make him wait until we got home. Thankfully, we were near a coffee shop and I took over the wheelchair stall. Preston, being a boy, doesn’t care how or where he eats, just that he eats.

7 days :: 2 {lookin' for fun and feelin' groovy}

7 days :: 2 {lookin’ for fun and feelin’ groovy}
The usual Sunday night cookie bake. I found a new favorite cookie, a chewy oatmeal chocolate chip cookie that has quickly become a family favorite.

Whilst I made the dough, I listened to some Simon & Garfunkel on my iPod and sipped a glass of wine so dark it looked nearly BLACK. (See what I did there?)

While the cookies bake, Noah and I will be continuing our 24 marathon. Jack Bauer is my hero.

7 Days :: 3 {hair}

7 Days :: 3 {hair}
I’m at that horridly-annoying post-baby phase where my hair falls out in chunks. I pretty much always wear my hair up, but even more so now because that feeling when there is a hair on your back and you can’t reach it kind of makes me want to shave it all off.

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  • teresa Monday, June 20, 2011, 9:18 pm

    i’m so impressed you’re baking cookies!! i’m still in new-baby survival mode over here- it’s a good night if there’s a decent meal at dinner :)

    oh, and LOVE 24.

  • sheila Tuesday, June 21, 2011, 9:40 am

    I so admire mothers breastfeeding their babies in public. For me, it’s the best way to see a mother and child exchange their private moment of pure love. It’s that moment when mother and child stares at one another that one can see the unspoken everlasting love.. I find baking cookies on a Sunday night as a special family treat before another week starts.

  • Angella Wednesday, June 22, 2011, 2:18 pm

    Seven days is fun! Maybe one day I’ll have time to play again…