What time of the day do you blog? I tend to write my posts whenever they come to me. Typically, on a good day, I have them written the night before and scheduled to post by 7 or 8am the following day. If I'm having a crazy hectic day with work or a non-napping Eme, or playdates, or you know, too much Friday Night Lights the night before, then I write them in the morning during breakfast.
Oh, and I'm almost always sitting at my kitchen table when I write, with my laptop. On occasion I'll sit on the sofa, but I tend to reserve sofa-laptop-time for pinterest or photo editing. Not sure why, but I just feel more...uhh...able if I'm sitting at the table. Don't ask me why. Because I have no clue.
What do your kids wear to bed? Hear me out before you think I'm a creeper or something. This is an honest question. I am obsessed with pj's for Eme. I think it's because they make them too damn cute and hard to resist, not to mention I always find them on clearance like whoa. However, I think (but I'm not certain) that a lot of people just put their kids in onesies for bed (depending on the age). Is this the case? Are pj's overrated? And honestly? I have this weird thing about putting her in non-pj clothes for bedtime. Naptimes? Fine. But bedtime? They must be pj's, or something pretty darn close to it.
Food Inc., have you seen it? Did it revolutionize the way you ate? Because I'd been avoiding that movie since I knew it would shake me and deeply disturb me. But, we finally watched it this past weekend, and it totally did disturb me and equally piss me off at the corruptness of it all. If you watched the movie, what changes did you make in your family? I can easily see myself never eating a hamburger again. I mean it.
So--go ahead and answer any question you feel you can chime in on. I want input, and I'm curious.
PS: Remember last week on that adoption post? Well, my friend Angie just today (well, yesterday) held her little girl in her arms for the first time! She and her hubby are in China right now bringing her sweet girl home. You can read about that here.