The Perfectly Imperfect Mom

October 8, 2013

"...upon walking into the building, I'm informed that it's picture day and, of course, I've forgotten all about it. Why do one-year-olds need a picture day anyway? My son is wearing a too large baseball t-shirt with remnants of his breakfast smeared all across the neckline and down the left sleeve. Somehow he managed to kick off one of his shoes in the car and I can't for the life of me find it."
"...the two ladies in charge of taking the photos just stare at me. They give me a look that's half pity and half understanding with a little bit of judgment thrown in for good measure. I plop my son down in front of their camera and tell them it better be a picture to remember. I can't wait to see it! It might even make our Christmas card....."

To read the rest of this post head on over to What to Expect While You're Expecting where I'm the Word of Mom guest blogger! Click HERE to read the post...and I would love for you to leave a comment if you can....right now I'm looking at a big fat 0 comments and it's kind of sad.

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10 Responses to “The Perfectly Imperfect Mom”

  1. I think your perfect! Perfectly smulie... Love you lady!

  2. Great article Julie. Every Mom out there can relate! And Hudson's picture is actually really cute!

  3. I think your perfect! Perfectly smulie... Love you lady!

  4. Love the pic! (And left a longer comment over on the article:)

  5. I LOVE his picture. It's so perfect and amazing. You'll look back and laugh and laugh.

    PS cereal for the dinner is honestly, like, my favorite. Can't be beat.

  6. I loved your post today!! I think you're a great mom & I look up to you for when I have babies of my own!!

  7. Such a cute pic!! HaHa....ya'll will look back at that one day and laugh!

  8. Haha, I love this picture so much!

  9. So cute! I get that look too often my son hates shoes & socks so he is bare foot a lot of the time when we get out of the car, that car is just as bad as the washer & dryer.

  10. Oh yeah, that just made me cry. Thanks! :)


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