Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
I read this Portland street style blog, and admittedly thought it would be fun to be stopped on the street by a style blogger. Well, that did not exactly happen, but Kenz happened to be internet friends with the author when she was here and we met up. Lisa was so nice and actually did not make me feel like a fool when being photographed. She's talented at what she does!
check it out here
(p.s. do some digging from a few months back and find Kenz!)
Posted by Malorie at 12:54 PM
Monday, September 20, 2010
Last week we went to Boise Fry Company, a new restaurant being all hip and green and with it. Four different types of fries, tons of sauces. The yams with vanilla salt were the best. But even better was the fact that my dad applied the vanilla salt to the fries and liked it! The Naylor boys are broadening their horizons. We also got the story about the place from the owner, and given that my dad introduced himself he might just become a regular. My dad loves being able to walk into a place and order "the usual." Which is one of my goals in life. Jon and I tried that at a place in Provo, but the guy who consistently took our order once a week (who may or may not have had an English accent, never could tell) refused to recognize us as regulars. He would avoid eye contact while giving the cool kids free meals.
Also, Theo met his cousin Noah! Don't think they realize each other exist though. Theo is seven weeks older but I already know he is going to be smaller than Noah who has the biggest hands I have ever seen on a baby. My brother breeds his kids to be tall giants--I am assuming mine will be the opposite.
Posted by Malorie at 11:21 AM
Monday, September 6, 2010
Don't be sad. We will save the "labor in the yard weeding" labor days until you are a bit older.
I kid Mom. Service is a good thing...
Posted by Malorie at 11:16 AM
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Blogs are full of narcissism. You know, the my husband loves me the most, check out my awesome new something, my baby is much cuter than your baby, list of 12 million reasons why my wife is the one that makes other women frustrated because she is so awesome...stuff. We all need to be humbled every once in a while. For me, that humility comes every time I open iPhoto. Thus, the first in a series of posts I would like to call "This is Most Unflattering."
Yes, babies too. Cross eyes and a forehead for days does not a flattering picture make. (look at his little Homer hairs...)
Self portraits don't usually turn out as cool as you want them to.
Last but not least (from the pregnancy days...). Do not pose in front of an enormous magnifying glass. Trust me.
Join me if you dare. Whitney provided me with some inspiration from her sneak attack post.
Posted by Malorie at 12:53 PM