Now that fall is officially here, we can talk without guilt of the only good thing about the passing of summer....fall fashions. Fall has always been a favorite season for fashion because it brings with it warm comfort. We can look forward to beautiful changing leaves, warm apple cider, snuggling with the hubby on chilly nights, and of course a whole new wardrobe.
fall fashions can also be carried over into the home, why not take your favorite details from the fashion world and spruce up your abode? With one or two little details you can make a major impact. This fall there are many trends to choose from, so why not?
A few of my favorite trends this season are
Soft colored metallics are popping up everywhere from wallpaper to furniture. This is one trend where a little goes a long way so try out some throw cushions, or maybe some beautiful serving ware for your next dinner party.
Always in style, this fiery hue gets a new life for fall, in shades ranging from rubies to oranges, red is popping up all over the place.
Nothing says cooler weather quite like the look of bare wood, in its natural form it evoked images of a roaring fire or snow covered forest, and many designers are using it in everything from wine racks to magazine stands to end tables
The grade school classic with a twist, no more schoolbooks covered in Leonardo DiCaprio's face, now we have beautiful serving ware and wall pieces with a home made feel
Most experienced mothers lie. The mother who says her baby was an angel who always slept through the night? Liar. The mother who says she couldn’t ever imagine life without her baby? Liar. The mother who says having a baby hasn’t changed anything in her life? Liar. The mother who says she easily figured out how to use the Diaper Genie? The biggest liar ever! So why don’t mothers tell the truth? Why aren’t they speaking up?
Wiped! is the truth—albeit a hilarious look at the truth—about what it’s like for the first two years after giving birth. Most parenting guides focus on the first year, even though the fun doesn’t really begin until at least the eighth month. Newborn babies are like uncaring old men—they fart loudly and make strange noises and faces, and they don’t care in front of whom. Wiped! is a What to Expect in the First Year that pulls no punches and speaks the unspeakable. It is written in the same diary-like, irreverent manner as Knocked Up. But instead of daily entries, the book is divided into three-month increments, ending on the second birthday of baby Rowan—the Dictator.
Wiped! expresses what every new mother thinks, and what every other mother went through, but is too shy, embarrassed, or ashamed to share with the rest of us.
What did you think?
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