Sophia, originally uploaded by Alana Waters-Piper.
My daughters, originally uploaded by Alana Waters-Piper. This is my favorite photo in the entire world right now.
From WhatToExpect.com At about seven inches in length and almost 11 ounces in weight, your baby is about the size of a large banana. When I went to learn my baby’s gender at Organic Gender, I learned there’s still a great deal of room in your womb — though your tenant will soon begin to […]
I always have a use for vintage fabrics around the house either for recovering our mid-century dining chairs, making a cafe curtain for the kitchen, or whipping out a cute apron for sous chef Sophia. This site is my new love. TrueUp has lots of cute fabrics and project ideas.
I’ve been looking for the perfect midwestern farmhouse-style set of twin beds for Sophia’s room now that we sold her old bunkbed. Something that looks like it should have antique quilts folded over the foot. In that search I kept running across the Jenny Lind design. I’ve seen tons of cribs over the years and […]
What cracks me up the most is watching their heads move in unison when they see a group of boys walking on the sidewalk outside our house. Oh brother.
From Dooce.com, a word or two about vaccinations. I couldn’t agree more and I couldn’t say it better.
Last night Autumn and I went to the Civic Opera House to see Andrew Bird. She took a train from home and made her way over to my office only to realize that the venue was across the street from Union Station. Doh! I was so excited to take her to a show where I […]
Any discussion with my husband regarding the name of the baby is destined to turn into a Zappa-esque diatribe of suggestions. Here are his leads: Wolf Blitzer PiperGeorge Washington PiperBear PiperJefferson Clinton PiperEarl Campbell PiperMike Ditka Piper Apparently these selections apply well to either sex in his mind because there were no girl name suggestions. […]