HEY so I’m looking for a way to promote my shop PigeonGrrls so I was like, “hey you stupid dumb idiot baby, why don’t you do a TUMBLR GIVEAWAY????” so now I am! thanks brain for giving me that idea!!!
SWAGGITY SWAG WHAT’S IN THE BAG
the winner will receive:
- oNE flower crown
- a rosette brooch
- a not-so-sweet candy heart pin
- a t-shirt
- and a portrait of of anyone you admire by me
- annnnnnd I’ll throw in a personalized poem JUST FOR YOU
wow!!!!! super cool!!!!!
- GIVEAWAY ENDS JUNE 30
- you MUST be following pigeongrrls
- reblog as much as you like, but likes DO NOT count
- you should send nice notes to people you don’t like in an effort to resort your negative energy into positive vibes
- also it would be super cool if you favorited my shop on etsy
I’ll be using a random generator to pick a winner to make sure everything is fair and square and I’ll message you from my ~personal~ account, sadpigeon.tumblr.com, when the winner has been chosen
so!!! go to it!!! go go go!!!!!
sup nerds there are like 12 days to go or something
give me the crowns!!!!! :3
Now you have a better chance of getting the crowns, Mal!
We rode our bike for about an hour before Baby D fell asleep and smacked his face on his carrier.
Took that as a sign to go home.
I jokingly called my bike, “Slater.” Alexis asked is that made him Salem.
Went on a quick ride with Slater.
Gearing up for our first ride. Just a test run and testing the straps. We still have to get dressed and sunscreen’d.
Brunch: banana, buckwheat, flax, whole wheat pancakes with chocolate chips. ☕🍪
It’s 7:30: the boy is all swimmed-out, bathed, and asleep.
I have so many dishes to wash from the BBQ. I BBQ’d dinner and set up some other pools for my boy. My grandpa loved the card I painted him and unfortunately we didn’t get around to painting Daddy’s picture before he knocked out. Hopefully tomorrow we can get out the finger paints and do it.
His Father’s Day breakfast. Buckwheat, coconut oil, flax, blueberry, and chocolate chip #vegan pancakes. It’s your day, Lex!
Happy Father’s Day to the wonderful dads, stepdads, and grandpas who raise their grandchildren like they are their own.
I would especially like to thank Alexis and wish him a very happy Father’s Day. Last year I didn’t even tell him, “Happy Father’s Day,” because he hadn’t acknowledged me on my first Mother’s Day. This year, I wanted to make it especially grand. Unfortunately, though, he works all day until 11pm tonight. In fact, our son is still at his grandma’s until this afternoon so he doesn’t even get to see Baby D.
I’m going to make it great, though. He’s going to get a great make up for Father’s Day. As for now, it’s time for some morning sex and I’m making him breakfast.
I love him very much as despite any difference we’ve had with each other in the past, he loves our son very much. He has never turned his back on us and he’s our hero. He’s our rock, the sanity we run to when things are falling apart.
7 years later, I still think the world of him. Past the ups and downs, we’ve managed to fall back together through the tough times. He’s a provider and an absolutely beautiful person. He’s our best friend and we love him with all of our hearts!
This episode of Smart Guy is about body image.
TJ is concerned about his ears that “stick out too much.” His sister is concerned about her flat chest. They both are considering plastic surgery.
These old shows hit real problems. Problems teens and kids really face and show how to address them. It’s realistic, though. She stuffs her shirt and he tries insulting his bullies back.
She realizes bigger boobs won’t change her as a person. It’s true. Whatever your appearance is, what you do is far more important than what you look like. He realizes his bully is dealing with insecurities and abandonment issues with his family. The core of the problem wasn’t his looks, but the bully’s insecurities.
Body image is important. Keep yours positive, ladies and gentlemen. Hopefully my son learns to fully love and accept himself.
We recently received an opportunity to fix the dent in my son’s ear. He was born with it; I suppose his ear got pinched on the way out and his cartilage hardened. We considered the procedure. But it truly wouldn’t be worth the pain and discomfort he would endure simply to slightly look “better.”