For serious.

(Source: heyyyyyyyo, via tastefullyoffensive)

toddler: poo in here

me: are you pooping?

toddler: yeah i pookin

"For most of life, nothing wonderful happens. If you don’t enjoy getting up and working and finishing your work and sitting down to a meal with family or friends, then the chances are that you’re not going to be very happy. If someone bases his [or her] happiness or unhappiness on major events like a great new job, huge amounts of money, a flawlessly happy marriage or a trip to Paris, that person isn’t going to be happy much of the time. If, on the other hand, happiness depends on a good breakfast, flowers in the yard, a drink or a nap, then we are more likely to live with quite a bit of happiness."

— Andy Rooney (via relovingit)

(Source: simply-quotes, via brooklyntree)

My boys… My babies…

I’m having a baby tomorrow.

nbd…

brooklyntree:

micdotcom:

President Obama’s statement on Robin Williams’ death.

This hit me hard today.

brooklyntree:

micdotcom:

President Obama’s statement on Robin Williams’ death.

This hit me hard today.

Kiiiiind of over tumblr right now… nbd.

Gonna have to use my Tetris skills to fit the little dude into this snuggle pile in a few weeks…

Gonna have to use my Tetris skills to fit the little dude into this snuggle pile in a few weeks…

brooklyntree:

kqedscience:

Watch Drought Take Over the Entire State of California in One GIF
“California, the producer of half of the nation’s fruits, veggies, and nuts, is experiencing its third-worst drought on record. The dry spell is expected to cost the state billions of dollars and thousands of jobs, and farmers are digging intogroundwater supplies to keep their crops alive. We’ve been keeping an eye on the drought with the US Drought Monitor, a USDA-sponsored program that uses data from soil moisture and stream flow, satellite imagery, and other indicators to produce weekly drought maps. Here’s a GIF showing the spread of the drought, from last December 31—shortly before Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency—until July 29.”
(via motherjones)

I have lived in CA my entire life. I have never, never, never seen it so bad.  Trees don’t even have leaves—they just look like shriveled up crisps.  You know a Christmas tree that hangs around for weeks after Christmas? That’s what all our trees feel like. It’s so sad, and I’m on edge everyday hoping there isn’t a fire.

This is crazy. What’s even crazier is that my husband has clients that are paying upwards of $18,000 per month for their water bills because they care more about keeping their water features etc running and lawns super lush than having to pay fines for breaking the water restrictions.

brooklyntree:

kqedscience:

Watch Drought Take Over the Entire State of California in One GIF

California, the producer of half of the nation’s fruits, veggies, and nuts, is experiencing its third-worst drought on record. The dry spell is expected to cost the state billions of dollars and thousands of jobs, and farmers are digging intogroundwater supplies to keep their crops alive. We’ve been keeping an eye on the drought with the US Drought Monitor, a USDA-sponsored program that uses data from soil moisture and stream flow, satellite imagery, and other indicators to produce weekly drought maps. Here’s a GIF showing the spread of the drought, from last December 31—shortly before Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency—until July 29.”

(via motherjones)

I have lived in CA my entire life. I have never, never, never seen it so bad.  Trees don’t even have leaves—they just look like shriveled up crisps.  You know a Christmas tree that hangs around for weeks after Christmas? That’s what all our trees feel like. It’s so sad, and I’m on edge everyday hoping there isn’t a fire.

This is crazy. What’s even crazier is that my husband has clients that are paying upwards of $18,000 per month for their water bills because they care more about keeping their water features etc running and lawns super lush than having to pay fines for breaking the water restrictions.

lunablivion:

Can anyone else not wait until Fall so they can return to dressing in clothes that they actually like?

(via losingwins)

They’re almost done… PTL.

But old man river is STILL sassing me- now about moving stuff back in.

Watch your back old man…

We’re getting new carpet today- YAY!!!

Strange men are manhandling my belongings- KILL ME.

Also, the old man running the job made some sassy comments that almost got him slapped. I am 9 months pregnant, do NOT get sassy with me. We’re paying them to move our furniture etc. and he didn’t tell his workers that so they showed up like uhhh we weren’t expecting furniture and then old man river showed up and got all sassy about all the stuff that was still in the house. EVEN THOUGH I’ve spent my last 24 hours moving 99% of the small things and last night my husband and his friend moved the fridge and the 3 biggest/heaviest pieces of furniture AND I took apart our whole crib. He was IN my house when I asked him if they would move everything for us- he looked around and went, yeah we can do that for you. Aaaaand then cue sassy old man comments… no no no…

So yeah, I’m never flying again.

no you ate popcicles for dinner

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We did a little gardening today… 😜 #growfoodnotlawns #dontpanicitsorganic

We did a little gardening today… 😜 #growfoodnotlawns #dontpanicitsorganic