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Apr212011

Sarah's Favorite Things

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How adorable is this paper lantern? I WILL be making one of these!

I tried Vimeo's new iPhone app and it's amazing!

How long before I can make Griffin sleep outside? Wait, that came out wrong! I just really, really want to throw a camping party like this or this or this.

I found the theme for Griffin's big boy room!

I know this is mean and snarky and judgmental...but you know what else it is? Kinda funny.

Apparently mothers of first-born sons work less and are less likely to divorce, I have no idea what to think about this.

This is one amazing teenager and those are words I rarely put together.

- Sarah Stewart Holland

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Reader Comments (2)

Cute idea overload.

The only thing I would say about the stroller thing is that even though sometimes maybe a kid really should be walking rather than squeezed into a too small stroller, sometimes there is a legitimate reason that they're still in one and there's usually no way of telling the difference. It might be one of those situations when it's best to be gracious. ;-)

April 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnnie Kratzsch

Dang it! I didn't even make it 24 hours. :(

April 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commentersaltandnectar

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