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I missed last week...I was in the throws of vacation packing and last minute errand running. Ugh...more about that later....

It was a rough morning around the Mayer house this morning. Diva was in a whiny crying mood as were her brothers. Oh Happy Day!
The first picture I took she would not give me a smile for ANYTHING. She told me "I just don't feel like smiling today."
It's Teacher Appreciation week at her daycare this week. We missed the first two days due to me not knowing it was Teacher Appreciation week because of the above mentioned trip and her missing a few days last week. We played catch up this morning. I bribed her with her teacher's flowers to get a smile.
Dress: Thrift store find...I have no idea what the brand is.
Shoes: Target
Blue Headband: Target
She did a pretty good job matching this morning. If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook you would have seen the post this week about the blue (very bright blue) and white striped shorts with the brown flowered tank top and the brown suede boots. I had to say no to that outfit. I try to be pretty lenient, but jeez louise that was a sight.

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