Thursday, October 28, 2010





i am having a hard time focusing today....maybe b/c my baby is 4 months old and still doesn't sleep through the night or b/c taylor hopped in the bed w/ us at 4:00 this morning and thought it was time to get up or b/c my parents are in town and i would rather go and hangout w/ them :)
so i thought maybe some pretty pictures would work for a post or if you want a little more, go check out south of market's blog, they did a little Q & A w/ me (you should totally check out it out regardless....it rocks....as does their store if you haven't been to one!!)

*images courtesy of chloe warner, haute design, olivia and a, tartanscot

10 comments:

Lovin That! said...

Beautiful photos! I love the first one with the Fiddleleaf fig tree...I'm waiting to get one for my living room. I included a post about that plant this week on my blog www.lovinthat.blogspot

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Love the mirror shot- gorgeous!

Jade @ Flip Flops + Pearls Design said...

I have to say my favorite thing about your blog besides the amazing images you seem to find is your "What I Am Thinking" section! I know my mother of the year award might never come some days!!

Brooke @ Blueprint Bliss said...

Off to check out their blog now!

No.35style said...

my baby just turned nine months and slept through the night from 4-6 months old and hasn't since then, so i feel your pain.

Puhvis Kukk said...

@4 months?! Noone does that, trust me. Especially if you are breastfeeding. I think you can, however, start soon doing away with the middle of the night feeding. Hang in there, it'll get better. Olivia is 16 months and just banged the hell out of my Sergio Rossi bejeweled stilettos. Sigh....

nkp said...

I so enjoyed your interview on South of Market. I didn't know you were a former fellow Atlantan!

Happy Halloween and hope you get some snooze time in this weekend. My second son didn't sleep through the night until he was 9(!) months old! I was sure I would never sleep again. But, of course, it gets better and they do eventually sleep. Eventually. :0)

simply seleta said...

Yes, sleep is such a critical thing. It will get better soon! Both of my boys did not sleep through the night until 6 months of age...it was tough. The girls did great, but not so much the boys. Weird!

That last pic is a dream room fo' sho'.

Megan said...

Some of these images have been saved in my favorites for a while, especially the last one. Such a good collection of elements! I'm headed over to check out South of Market's Blog.. I didn't know they had one but am excited to follow- I loved the store last time I was in Charleston!

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