January 26, 2014 by blue milk
Some of you really have it together in the mornings.
Posted in fatherhood, motherhood, pop culture, school kids, yummy mummy | 6 Comments
Good lord. Only in my dreams.
Hysterical. Last week I wore pyjama bottoms to one childcare drop off. I call it sleep wear/street wear.
I am confident that I will never be stopped in the street to have someone photograph me for how well I am dressed.
You and me both Mindy.
Thanks so much for including my blog, http://www.hautedropoff.com – I have a few Aussie friends i’ve asked to send photos, love to get sttylin’ Aussie Parents on the site..xx Mara
Just reading this funny site, and I’m pretty sure you witty moms will find my articles quite amusing, check them out, one is about my short shorts causing a stir at school drop-off 🙂 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tag/mara-menachem
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