baby ezra is growing! he is an expert fist-sucker, champion drooler, and of course there's his hair. it goes without saying he is quite popular here at home and so, so loved.
on a completely separate note: is blogging over, do you think? do you still read blogs? do you write one?
the blog scene has changed a lot since i first started blogging. so many of the small (but awesome) blogs i used to read aren't updated anymore, or at least not regularly. a lot of them were personal blogs written by creative-types, and i guess i liked them because i felt like i could identify with them. they weren't flashy. their authors didn't get paid. but they had great photos and interesting writing. and sometimes people made stuff, so that was cool. but now it seems like hardly anybody blogs like that anymore.
is instagram the new (personal) blogging? seems like a lot of people are moving in that direction. and i get it. it's so EASY. and fun. and regular blog blogging can feel like, well, a chore. kind of. i mean, it's so satisfying once it's done but it's also a lot of work and i sweat a lot while i'm doing it, so it's sort of like…exercise. only i'm sweating a lot but hardly burning any calories??? i mean, what's the point?
okay, this post is getting off-track. what i really meant to do today was post some photos of the baby because, hello, cute baby photos don't post themselves. also i was going to tell you about the time the doorbell rang last week and i accidentally exposed myself to k's coworker. this happens to other nursing moms, right? forgetting that your blouse is totally unbuttoned? going about your day whilst naively flashing innocent bystanders?
i wasn't even wearing my good bra!
i don't own a good bra.
the thing is, i wasn't actually that embarrassed. so then i'm jazzed because maybe that means i've gotten more confident/unflappable in my old age? on the other hand, it's entirely possible that i'm just crazy. like chloris leachman's perpetually topless (it sounds more scandalous than it is) senile maw maw character on raising hope. which is a hilarious show, by the way. especially at 3:00 in the morning while one is nursing. which is not to say that it must be watched at 3:00 in the morning to be appreciated. i've also watched at 7:00 in the evening (still while nursing) and it is equally amusing.