real life //16

you haven't lived until you go to use the restroom in the target family bathroom with your two year old because you haven't peed in what seems like four hours.  the situation can go down a little something like this:
"no! landon don't open the door! no. no. please don't open the door!" door opened. landon makes a run for it. then all of a sudden your frozen mid pee stream with overwhelming terror. do i finish? do i just pull up my pants and chase after him? 
thank god for anti bac. 

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hat // free people
sweater // urban outfitters
thermal // urban outfitters
harem pants // urban outfitters
boots // forever21







26 comments:

  1. Great look!

    www.shineonsilver.blogspot.com

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  2. This is such a cool look. You look like a rocker chick from the 1970s. That's a very good thing. I love your style.

    Sharon
    http://www.afashioncrowd.blogspot.com

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  3. super:)) x
    Bianka
    http://ruhamania.blogspot.hu/

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  4. Stunning sweetie! I love your hat! You have such a beautiful blog!

    Feel free to visit my blog as well! You will find topics such as NYC Fashion, health, beauty, personal growth and motivation between others! <3

    Diana
    www.ManhattanImageandStyle.com
    New Blog Post: How to Get What You Want

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  5. Those pants! I want!! You have some serious style girl!
    xo TJ

    http://www.hislittlelady.com

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  6. Loooooove the outfit!

    Lory xxx

    http://nomoneyforhighfashion.blogspot.ch/

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  7. That experience sounds positively frightening. My mom always tells me horror stories of when I was young and would go around flipping ladies' skirts up :P I love this look---it's got the boho vibe going on with some great layering.

    Brittney

    Another Beautiful Thing

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  8. I literally just spit my water out....that has happen to my sister way too many times to count! Those children I'll tell yah! ;-)

    ~Amanda
    Meet @ the Barre

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  9. Love your outfit.

    www.highheelsandtutus.com

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  10. Hahaha oh no!! I would probably finish and hope my child wasn't kidnapped...but then again I have no kids yet lol. Love this outfit, the harem pants are gorgeous!! I totally might buy some! Glad we found each other on instagram, you have a great blog and killer style

    Jessi
    www.haircutandgeneralattitude.com

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  11. hahaahahaha!!! Omg your child cracks me up!! And girl you are rocking the heck out of those velvet harlems!!

    <3 Shannon
    upbeatsoles.blogspot.com

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  12. lovely look and oh, the life of a mother! little ones sure do keep everything interesting. never a dull moment!

    rae from lovefromberlin

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  13. Love your blog. Your son is so cute this has happened to me too.

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  14. Wow, love everything about those pants! You have great style! Me, not so much. I am now inspired to go shop.

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  15. I love your hat! And this story reminds me of something I experience every time I have to use a Target restroom!

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  16. Love your style! I can definitely relate to that bathroom story... I think it's happened to me while in a public bathroom, attempting to hold the baby AND pee at the same time, while my older son tries to flash me to the world. Enjoy your comment love today! =)

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  17. This made me laugh out loud! I had a similar experience myself.... it's nice to know I'm not the only one! BTW- super cute outfit!

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  18. This is a gorgeous outfit! I couldn't imagine (don't have kids) but that could get frustrating - lol.

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  19. I love everything about this look. I have nieces and nephews so I can only imagine the horror! #SITSBlogging

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  20. I thought once my kids were gone I would be able to pee by myself......but no. Now the dogs follow me into the bathroom. :)

    #sitsblogging

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  21. Stopping by from SITS and your story is hysterical! I guess we do what we have to do!

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  22. This story is a true mom moment, I love it! I think it's almost like you don't earn your stripes until you have at least one of these stories to tell, and most of us mommas can pick one out of many. My friend always reminds me of the time when my son was a toddler and began to pee on the couch, and then I proceeded to try to catch it in my hand. Lol! Fun times. By the way I love your style. I'm visiting from the SITS Comment Love Challenge. I'm glad to connect. ~Sherri

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  23. Ugh. I feel your pain. I have three girls who for the next two weeks are all still under three. It's pretty much impossible to take them to the store by myself. Beautiful photos on your blog!

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  24. Great hat! Decisions, decisions. What's a girl to do? Ah the joys of parenthood. You have a great blog. Thanks for sharing.

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