Ok, so I know it’s been WAY too long since I’ve posted! I have MISSED you guys! And writing. And blogging.
But holy bells. Life is busy.
I was telling a friend the other day, I always picture myself relaxing and just lollygaggin’ my way on through the summer.
But, that’s not even close to reality. Busy, busy up in here!
So, no promises on how often I can post this summer, but I will try to keep on keepin’ on.
But, anyways, I have a question for ya. Do you ever think you should buy something when you’re in Target because you figure if it’s sold in Target it’s probably cute and you should probably like it?
I did that other day. Bought some white jean shorts that were tight fitting and LONG. Like to my knees long.
I got home and Jimmy said, “Those look like Mom shorts.”
And I said, “I am a mom. And if I’m gonna wear shorts, I don’t want to be flashin’ anyone, ya know? Moms don’t do that.”
So, I instantly hated them after our convo and I thought I would just cut off a bit and fold the hem to see if that was less momish, still modestish and a titch hotterish. (If you don’t recognize those words, that’s because they don’t exist. Just accept them anyways. I get bossy in the summertime too, apparently. Busy and bossy).
I’m happy to report Operation Try To Make Mom Shorts Hotter project worked. Like a charm. I’m pregnant again.
Wow, I’m busy, bossy and spicy! In SUMMEEEEERRR (all you Frozen fans will appreciate that Olaf shout out).
Aaaand back on track.
So, here’s where the headband comes in. I made one with the extra fabric I cut off.
And then I poked two holes in the middle of the fabric on what was now the bottom of my headband, cut open a hairtie, threaded the hairtie through the two holes and tied the hairtie tight on the other side.
And then it’s nice, because you just slip it over your head and you can adjust the size by either tightening that knot on top of your head or loosening it.
So, now you have jean shorts that may or may not look good AND a headband to match.
Just rock it.
And if your man says you look like a mom, take it as a compliment.