sorry for the lack of postage lately. i feel like i haven't blogged in forever. 

i haven't done any "things i love" or whatever posts in a while, so i thought i'd give it a go.

but instead of doing the normal thing, you know, just posting things i love from a certain category, i decided i would just show you my favorite pins from this week on pinterest.
these piercings are so cute. i want them all. credit.

this is smart. i might actually do this.. maybe. credit.

poor gale. oh well...i love peeta:) credit.

put lace on the sides/bottoms of your shorts. its a good way to make tight shorts not tight anymore and also its super cute. i might just do this. credit.

this is exactly what i do whenever i'm with hannah or becca. we are retarded seals. credit.

rewind. credit.

swinging. i love summer. i can't wait. credit.

hope you enjoyed them. now go try pinterest for yourself, you will love it.

xo, hannah mae.

ps: i will be back with more poems soon. excited? very.
pss: i am shadowing at a high school tomorrow. i will tell you more about it later.
psss: read this, its hilarious. i am so doing this with my friends.. yolo.

Emily Meyers  – (May 3, 2012 at 11:09 PM)  

Want a power trip? Become a parent.

As parents we have the ultimate power in our hands, that of shaping another human being's entire being. It's a great power, but also a scary one. I often wonder about how to help my Baby Girl become the most full woman she can possibly be, without the hangups that I seem to carry with me. This article was good to read about the 5 Powerful things you can say to your child. Here's the Coles Notes:

1. "I like you" - 'I love you' is unconditional, 'I like you' means I like who your are.
2. "Tell Me More" - Don't settle for a 'fine' ask for more. Show interest and that you're listening.
3. "You're a Fast Learner" - "Smart" equates intelligence, "fast learner" implies the willingness to work hard. It's about the effort when faced with a challenge, not the result.
4. "We All Make Mistakes" - Our children fear not living up to our expectations, share your own mistakes and help them relax about theirs.
5. "Let's Read" - A good alternative to "let's play catch" et al. that emphasizes learning and intelligence.

Things to think about as we all go through our days.
What this makes me really think about is how good a job I do leading by example. Do I show interest, do I work hard, and do I emphasize learning in myself? We are our children's primary role models after all. so what am I showing her?

Emily Meyers  – (May 3, 2012 at 11:12 PM)  

haha sorry! never try to paste a link into a comment while writing blog posts at the same time.haha Here's the link I wanted to share with you Hannah,
Its for a Modcloth giveaway I'm having that I just wanted to invite you to! :)
New follower by the way!


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