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Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
We got our Dora and Friends pack in the mail this week. Princess A loves it! Needless to say, the outages were colored and the stickers used fast! Can't wait to watch Dora's new show together!
Monday, December 1, 2014
I'm giving my nails a break this week in prep for some acrylics I'm doing soon. Today's nails are Princess A's featuring Piggy Polish in a glittery fuchsia. She'd been begging for literally a week for me to paint them. Guess who is a happy girl today?!
Posted by Tiffany Stephens Labels: Mani Monday
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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I was doing my nails the other night (using my nail stickers of course!) and my daughter wanted hers done too. I just cut the scrap nails and applied them to her (little) nails. She LOVED them even though they looked crazy!
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Growing up, my side of the family really didn't have any traditions. She'd cook, we'd eat. Period. We didn't visit family nor did they visit us. It was just Mom, Dad, Me and my little brother.
Then, for Thanksgiving 2005 in Georgia, my boyfriend of 3 months, invited me to his family Thanksgiving. For them, it is more like a reunion. Every year, his family picks one person to host the event, normally somewhere between South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. That first Thanksgiving with them was amazing. I had never seen family together like that nor experienced the love that shown to me before.
Posted by Tiffany Stephens Labels: family