Sunday, January 27, 2008


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I'm feeling a bit like a failure as a mom at present. At three years old we're finally trying to break my poor daughter from her late-night bottle obsession. Last night she woke up at 3 am wanting milk, and then stayed up intermittently crying for it until around 5. Today, the three of us (husband, child, me) are sitting around like zombies, and I'm wondering how I'll get my brain together enough to grade papers.

On the upside, I arose to a Jackal Ennui! She chatted at me about FashCon, and said that she'd hopped about with the FashCon hud this morning. I immediately went to try it, and got sucked into several great shops. I picked up my FashCon hud at Le Zoo, outside of the old diner. It's fun to be taken on a guided tour of shop after shop (and hell on the L). Read more about it here.

Today's awesome Tres Blah outfit is inspired by comfy lounging around the couch, which is about my speed for the rest of the day. I hope there are enough cartoons on PBS to amuse my child while her mama scrapes her brain from under the couch.

Jackal teased me about this outfit, by the way. She pointed out that if my shirt and pants are paint-splattered, I should wear Shiny Things' freebie painter shoes instead of these pristine suede boots, and take off that pure white shirt. Realism, what? *grin*

***Hair: Pudge The Crystal 2.0 (Black)
***Skin: Another Fundraiser skin by bossa nova
***Shirt: Ash Style plain white shirt -- store freebie!
***Necklace: -EARTHTONES- Seahorse Frolic N&E Set, Shadow Hue
***Tank, jeans, gloves: Tres Blah !tb - painted glory
***Boots: SLink Eva Suede boots in Black (just the foot part for under pants)


Tenshi said...

If you have the power to ignore her cries, it would be best to do so. The sooner she comes to terms with the fact that there are no longer any midnight bottles and she will not receive any attention when crying for one, the better. :) Just my crappy mommy advice.

Auntykuro said...

Yes. *groan* Seriously. I've just been too sleepy to deal with the crying, but at 3 years old, it's time.

Thank you, it isn't crappy advice. =)