They tell me it is Sunday again. I’m not sure where the rest of the week went, but here I am, staring down the barrel at yet another Monday. Here is what we wore to Mass this week on this glorious day.
Ruth: Dress is from Alice and Ames. You can find it here. It has a full twirly skirt that she enjoyed twirling around in all day. Her shoes were a gift from my mom.
Rose: Bow is from Free Babes Handmade. (Here is an insider tip: if you just google “free babes”, you won’t find any bows, but you will squawk in dismay and cover your iPad screen with your hands while frantically hitting the “back” button. Not that that happened to me or anything.) Dress was a gift from my grandmother that she purchased here. (This is an Amazon affiliate link. If you end up purchasing anything using that link, I receive a few pennies to help support the blog.) Sandals are Saltwater Sandals. Hooray for sandal weather!
Wren: Dress was also a gift from my grandmother. She got it here. (Also an affiliate link.) Shoes are from Nordstrom. I need to get her Saltwaters out of storage.
Rhea: Sweater was a gift from my mom. Dress is from Janie and Jack. Knee highs are Hubble and Duke. Shoes are Freshly Picked.
I am wearing some unwashed hair and a shirt that is clearly too tight across the bust. (Like pretty much everything I own.) But, at least the girls look nice. Scott is wearing a freshly shaved face since he has to go to court this week and some judges look askance at full beards. I miss his sexy beard, though.
Behind the scenes of our Bass family photo shoots:
None of that series of photos worked out because Ruthie the Instigator decided it would be a good idea for everyone to squat around Rhea. The effect was less than flattering.
In other news, if you are the praying kind, please pray for my dear friend’s daughter. She is about 15 months old, and was admitted for an extended hospital stay.
I have been praying rosaries, Divine Mercy Chaplets, and Memorares for her ever since she was admitted to the hospital, but I was looking for some ideas on what else to do. They are a devout Catholic family too. Any special prayer cards for sick children I can send her? Or perhaps I can donate to have some religious pray for her?
If any of you parents have had an extended hospital stay with your littles, what kind of stuff helped you out? She is out of town, so anything I send would have to be shipped or electronic. Books? Snacks? TV shows? Any ideas would be appreciated.
Ok, I promise I will be better at blogging and my next post won’t just be another lazy What We Wore Sunday post. You guys deserve better.
Linking up with Rosie again! Hop on over to her blog for more Sunday outfit inspiration!