Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Our New Addition...

...and Daisy makes the eighth member of the French household! I am not kidding when I say that our lab Dutch outweighs her by 107 pounds!! We found her at the Humane Society {best place to get an animal as far as I am concerned!} and she appears to be roughly 6 months old, part Chihuahua, part Miniature Whippet, and 100% snuggly...

p.s. for those of you in the North Texas area, if you did not hear about it on the news a puppy mill breeder died and left 90+ dogs behind in horrible conditions. Roughly 30 of these dogs still need homes so if you have the space in your home {or just some space in your heart!} visit the HSNT website or call the Lancaster location where they are being taken care of at 817.332.4768 for more information on these sweet darling animals. Please, don't EVER buy a puppy from a pet store as it only perpetuates the horrible puppy mill industry!

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Seeing Stripes

{1} Coat {2} Ring {3} Sandals {4} Scarf {5} Shoes {6} Necklace {7} Pillow {8} Stilettos {9} Purse {10} Belt {11} Bangle {12} Ring {13} Clutch {14} Cardigan {15} Sweater {16} Sweater {17} Shoes {18} Sandals {19} Earrings {20} Scarf

I am a die hard leopard fanatic. Really, I am. Have you seen my living room rug? The thing is, leopard is everywhere right now. Shoes, bags, name it, it's covered in spots. I gasp! Has leopard officially become mainstream?! Whenever a trend really blows up - as leopard has at the moment - it makes me want to run in the opposite direction and banish leopard from my entire wardrobe {ok ok, I could never completely shun leopard as it is my favorite neutral after all, but you catch my drift}. But seriously, enough is enough with the leopard madness already! I for one am SO over leopard at the moment and hereby announce that I am officially moving on to my other favorite patterned animal...le zebra. 

Plus at the end of the day, leopard is safe. Why play it safe when you can stand out? {Should that be the title of my autobiography??} Leopards are designed to blend in and my readers are way too fashion forward to get lost in the background!

And honestly, if Manolo and Miu Miu are on board with zebra, you know it's golden.

Go Team Zebra.

Saturday, August 27, 2011


{sorry that is so small...if I make it one size larger it overlaps with the text on the right hand side. here i'll just show you...}


Thursday, August 25, 2011

5 Minutes

If I had 5 minutes this week to do anything I wanted, I would figure out how to clone myself into 10 different women. One to handle dentist appointments, doctor appointments and vet appointments. Another would run by the bank, post office, and take care of grocery shopping. Number three would be Super Mom, and she would take the kids to the park, zoo, museum, and make smoothie popsicles all day long. Woman number four would sit and have conversations with her husband that reach beyond, what do you want to do for dinner? {and actually have time to cook it} Did you take the dogs out? Are you ready for bed? Sheridan #5 would be able to actually spend time playing with the pets {did I mention we got a third dog? Yep.} I would let clone six be the one that could have some Me time, and she would go get a mani-pedi while catching up on her stack of magazines that she has not read since MARCH. And the last four would be to handle the insane amount of work I have to take care of right now...though I'm not convinced four would be enough.

So tell me, where can I get this cloning machine?? Any ideas? If anyone has figured out that whole how to balance everything without being completely overwhelmed and feeling like the worst mom/wife on the planet now would be a great time to share!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Glamorous Gadabout

Just a bit of fun news to share with you all: I am being featured on Project Gadabout as a Glamorous Gadabout this week, which will include a daily post on yours truly. Here's the week's lineup:

Monday :: Mini Bio
Wednesday :: My Style File
Thursday :: My Purse Contents
Friday :: Treasure Map for some of my favorite things/boutiques
Saturday :: Recipe Card {nope, not Paleo!}
Sunday :: Guest Post by moi

I had a lot of fun working with Poppy to put this together! Enjoy! 

Monday, August 22, 2011

How I Wore It :: Playing Dress Up

Biz and I went on our first date night in what feels like forever last night. It had been at least two months. We are so tired at the end of the day after kids and work that our date nights have become sitting on the sofa with a glass of wine. Better than nothing I guess, but we really needed a night OUT!

As I was getting ready I knew I wanted to wear my J Brand 811's {I first got the green ones here...and then of course had to find some in purple and orange for TCU and UT games} because not only are they my new favorite purchase, they are the COMFIEST things in the world. Soft and kinda stretchy and the perfect length...HEARTSIES. Picking out my clothes was the easy part...then I got around to jewelry and just could not I wore everything :D

Clearly I do not adhere to Coco Chanel's rule of always taking off one accessory before you walk out the door ;)

earrings - miu miu :: necklaces...rhinestone - vera wang, wood and jade - c/o katie bartels, long beaded - bali/dallas market :: bracelet - dallas market :: watch - michele :: shirt - pink tartan :: tank - j.crew :: jeans - j.brand 811 :: shoes - gucci

Biz bought me the Miu Miu earrings while we were in London for our anniversary last summer. They are so crazy they go with everything!!

I like this because it is FUN. Carefree. Sparkly. Bright. A bit earthy. Pretty silly. Expressive. Unique. Unexpected. Very me.

Snapshot of me with the piglets before we headed out...

p.s. Thank you Katie for sending me that cute wood and jade necklace! Find more of her wooden pieces right here.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Thank You.

I just wanted to say thank you for such an outstandingly positive response to my post/novel on The Importance of Breastfeeding

So there is absolutely no confusion on surrogacy or adoption which a handful of you mentioned, my mother carried a child for her sister, so I have experienced surrogacy and all it entails. That is why I began the post by saying that there are always circumstances that will prevent women from breastfeeding. 

To those who disagreed with me, it was very informative to hear your experiences as well. Thank you for sharing, particularly those who had the courage to put their name with their post and not hide behind Anonymous. It is very hard to stand up for what you believe in, especially when you know others have a differing view. 

Aside from the one bit where I was very frank with my opinion and openly acknowledged I was not going to sugar coat it, my goal was to share the knowledge I have learned, my personal experiences, challenges and guilt, and how I am continually adjusting what I do as a mother based on this, as well as to encourage those choosing not to breastfeed - those that have the choice - to look at a their decision in a different light. I appreciate those who recognized that; the vast majority of you did. 

To hear that you felt it was encouraging, refreshing, well-written, informative, admirable, brave, that you loved seeing new facts and information, reading about the diet/breastfeeding connection - wow. Thank you, truly. I feel like one commenter, Kay, really hit the nail on the head:

"It seems that some of the more agitated commenters missed your own humble admission, which, for me, was the center of your essay --- specifically, that your lifestyle choices (a limited diet/exercise routine with baby one; and a job opportunity with baby two) are sources of guilt for you, and that you wish you had reached your own goals of breastfeeding each little one for a solid year. I think too many of us read your entry too quickly -- and perhaps the passionate tone and scholarly bent of your essay somewhat eclipsed the personal experiences that you shared...which spoke, w/transparency, of disappointment and self-judgment..."

Thank you, Kay, for really taking in every word. 

The word judgmental is used very loosely these days. I do not agree with parents who feed their children junk food all the time. That is their choice, and I do not have to support it. That is not being judgmental, and in all honesty if they feel judged by someone disagreeing, so be it. No one can MAKE YOU feel a certain way - that gives others way too much power over you. Too many people are afraid to share their views these days, particularly on so-called "hot topics," for fear of what others may think. This goes for social issues such as breastfeeding, how we eat, vaccinations, and into deeper areas such as religion and politics. In my opinion, silencing your voice rather than speaking out for what you believe in is the saddest fate of all, and to tell you the truth, I would rather be called judgmental any day than be mute. 

Until the next hot topic...

Moon Man.

I think this is my favorite living room of all time. Surprising, considering there is only one neon color, no ikat and no disco ball, but I am head over heels. Maybe it is the unexpected combos within the room? Or the snuggly rug so soft I could sleep on it? Or perhaps it's the functionality that is grabbing me - play space for kids right dab smack in the middle of a family room? Genius. Living rooms are for living, after all. All that's missing is a slide.... 

I am SO doing this if I ever build a house. 
{No I am not kidding! You just waaaaait.}

You like?

p.s. Fun fact: for those that were fans of Blink 182 back in the day {me! ME!}, Jennifer is married to Tom DeLonge, the lead vocalist and guitarist of the band. 

Friday, August 19, 2011

The Importance of Breastfeeding

Image courtesy of World Breastfeeding Week

Before I even start I want to say this: there are always circumstances that will prevent women from breastfeeding. I have not made it to my goal of 1 year with either child. There are some women who actively CHOOSE to not breastfeed their children when they are perfectly capable of doing so, however, and I hope to change their minds with this. I am also going to touch on what I have learned since Munch was born based on the choices I made with her that I will not make again.

Now, this is very long.  Probably a 7 minute read, which is long in the blogosphere :) I put a lot of thought into this though and included a lot of valuable information. I considered splitting it into two parts but ultimately decided not to, as although I know it will not interest every one of my readers, I hope at the very least the mothers or soon-to-be mothers out there will take the time to read this. I feel certain there are things below that you may not know - information which has an enormous chance of benefitting both you and the lives of your children.

It saddens me that the benefits of and importance of breastfeeding have seemed to fall by the wayside. Back in 1990, a declaration was signed in the US stating that of all contributors to an infant's life, breastfeeding was the most valuable. Because of this, major organizations around the world began to support natural feeding including UNICEF, the WHO and the Department of Health and Human Services. Even formula companies are stressing it's importance, but is it sticking? Really?? Ok ok I know, sometimes I can be Drama Blogger, but as I have said before - I will not touch on serious topics like this unless it is truly important to me. Breastfeeding is. So here we go...

Aside from convenience and cost, the nutritional, immunological, emotional and psychological benefits of breastfeeding should be enough to encourage mothers to want to breastfeed their newborn AND for all health care providers to strongly encourage it. 

While the nutritional aspect is hugely important, that which some think can be substituted, the psychological bonding that develops between the child and mother is unparalleled and does not offer any alternative. Unfortunately, due to numerous reasons many mothers resort to formula feeding as a substitute for breastfeeding. 

I have recently read of women not breastfeeding for fear that it is somehow linked to postpartum depression. I mean, holy smokes. NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH. The US Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health discusses in depth that breastfeeding is linked to a lower risk of PPD in mommies, among other things. We have breasts for one reason and one reason only: to produce milk to keep our children alive. Honestly - think about that for a second. There is a biological reason women were given breasts. This fundamental fact alone should rule out any link to PPD. 

Yes, breastfeeding is HARD work. I think the amount of time and effort it takes is severely underestimated. It is no walk in the park people, even if you have an "easy" time nursing. The difficulty of adjusting to it, in addition to life with a newborn in general especially if it is your first, can create an environment of being overwhelmed on top of being exhausted beyond belief which - in addition to the insane hormones you have going on after birth - I believe is where PPD can start. So, it is not breastfeeding itself that causes or leads to PPD. Look at other factors going on around you and make necessary changes. {PPD is something I dealt with after Squish was born, so I researched and read until I was blue in the face and spoke to eleventy billion docs and midwives, made changes, and did not have a single ounce of depression after Miss Munch was born. Perhaps more on this another time.} Know that you will get sleep again! If anything, breastfeeding should be seen as a time to bond with your baby. Happy hormones are released during breastfeeding. Have some quiet time, relax {which is a huge key to successful breastfeeding} and enjoy this new little miracle you have created. 

I can see how mothers who decide not to breastfeed in order to avoid PPD feel like they are making the best decision for everyone, so I am not blaming them or calling them terrible mothers in any way, shape or form. I hope that they are inspired to do more research so that they bring breastfeeding back to the table, as it is really best for both mother and child in every sense imaginable particularly in the early stages of infancy when exhaustion is at its all time high. The immunologic agents in your milk help fight off bacteria, parasites and viruses - they NEED this. There is a reason early breast milk is called liquid gold.

To the sweet dear mommies who are desperate to breastfeed but don't make enough milk! Since we are biologically wired to nurse, if you are having milk trouble I would encourage you to look at your diet. Think about it - no other mammal on the planet can go pick up some Similac. If they don't nurse, their babies starve to death, which is not good for the circle of life. What do they eat? No sugar. No milk from other mammals {News Flash: cow's milk is for BABY COWS}. No grains, wheat, oats, rice, soy. Even just given the surface benefits of breast milk - acting as a protective shield against allergies, asthma and obesity, higher IQ children - I would think you'd want to look into every option possible to get your milk production up to give your newborn the best start in life. What mother's milk contains is still researchable, but the little we know says that it is a complete food for the baby with ideal nutritional values. Did you know that upon touching the nipple, the baby's saliva sends a chemical reaction to your milk ducts and actually adjusts the components {more protein, less fat, etc.} of your milk to meet its nutritional needs? That is straight from my lactation consultant. I'm sorry but that just floors me with amazement. 

The nutrients in breast milk come from the food the mother eats, so the first and easiest thing to address is your diet. Read The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf. Here is a link to the book, and here is a link to a basic Paleo overview if you have missed my previous blog discussions about it.

Any mother will tell you that she has the hardest job in the world. Hard because of the TIME commitment. From the moment your child enters the world until the day you leave it, you give yourself to him or her. You give every ounce of your being to this tiny little blessing in your arms. Love. Breastmilk. And soon-to-be saggy tatas. Being a parent is total self-sacrifice, and the least of your concerns should be what your breasts end up looking like ESPECIALLY when not breastfeeding sacrifices the health of your child. Wake up people: formula is pretty much terrible. I cringe every time I give a bottle to Munch. 

Which brings me to my own stories with breastfeeding that I know you will ask about. Thankfully I never had any issue with milk production and made enough to feed a small country. I nursed Squish through month 5 when I began exercising again, and, unbeknownst to me at the time, I was not eating enough to make up for the calories I lost through working out to keep up my milk. He also ate like a horse which added to the problem of a decreased supply. I could not keep up and began supplementing, and by the time I kind of figured out what was going on it was too late. So he had milk through month 6. 

Munchkin. Now I will cry typing this. After I only made it halfway to my breastfeeding goal with Big Squish, I was determined to make it to the one year mark with her. Then I found out I had to go to Bali when she was three months old. Ok well not HAD to, but if I wanted to continue my clothing line into a second year, I had to go to create and design the fabrics, develop samples, oversee some production, etc. 

And I almost decided to stop working. I still question my decision to not take a year off.

I cannot even count the number of times Biz and I sat down on the sofa with me crying to him that yes I had firmly decided to give up my business because I was not ready to stop nursing. It was best for HER for me to keep going, so I wanted to. I was even pumping 50%-100% of the time at this point as we had latch issues {more on this below}, but I wanted her to continue to at least have the nutrition from my milk and if giving up my work was the way that could happen, so be it. 

I thought about taking a small pump and trying to keep my supply up at nights when I got back to my room and then again pumping in the morning, but I found out the electricity at the hostel was spotty, which lead me to consider a manual pump...yet with the amount of milk I made I would have been in so much pain during the day from engorgement I could not have accomplished any work or walked through markets for hours on, at the end of the day, I decided to pump as much as I could before I left and went to the airport with a chest as hard as granite since I stopped cold turkey. This might have been more painful than labor, though off and on all the way to Bali I cried not out of pain but out of sadness.

I was gone for just over two weeks and still do not feel certain I made the right decision, as I put myself first. I just simply don't do that. It is not in my nature, particularly when it comes to my children. I mean it when I cringe every time I give her a bottle. I made my own formula briefly with Squish but couldn't get it to keep for more than two days. As with him, I just couldn't stand to give her Similac or Enfamil or anything with corn syrup of any sort in it, so I researched and found one I was happy with as it was whey based - kind of the least of all the formula evils - Vermont Organics. Up until two months ago, they used no corn syrup of any form, however on the new 6-pack I just got in the mail last week, organic corn syrup solids is the fourth ingredient. I was furious upon reading that. Make sure and take a look at the organic formulas also. Similac Organic captured 36% of the organic formula market in its first year of sale, surpassing the $10 million mark in sales, yet it is the only major brand of organic formula that is sweetened with cane sugar, or sucrose, which is much sweeter than other formulas. Sucrose-sweetened formulas have been banned in Europe since 2009! Sweet tastes encourage consumption in excessive amounts, which is exactly how breakfast cereal manufacturers compete. I think it's about time I start to make my own formula again.

Now - the whole latch thing. This is another reason I want to write this post. I pumped half of the time from week 6 on with her and nearly full time by week 12, which was honestly a bizillion times more difficult than breastfeeding, but it was the only way for her to eat for more than a minute at a time. Literally. Pumping left me feeling like I was missing something though - it was unnatural, obviously. I began looking into the importance of actually breastfeeding - the act of it, rather than just the benefits of the baby having the milk. Based on the research I have done, if at all possible I will let another baby eat one minute at a time rather than giving him or her a bottle full time, even with breast milk in it. Read on if you are interested in some sciencey stuff on this - you know me, I'm a closet nerd, I had to throw it in here.

Breastfeeding reduces the risk of OSA - Obstructive Sleep Apnea - among other things {like obesity and cancer}. We all know this basic principle: overall health is directly related to the ease of breathing. OSA is essentially defined as the cessation of airflow for greater than 10 seconds with continued chest and abdominal effort. There are similar signs and symptoms of snoring and sleep apnea as there are with bottle-feeding, excessive thumb sucking and pacifier use. The hypothesis is that breastfeeding reduces the risk of OSA, as infant mouths are allowed to naturally develop as they should; bottle-feeding prevents this given the manner of sucking and how it differs from breast to bottle. There is actually a formula that addresses this called the Stanford Morphometric Model - see, told you I am a nerd - but I won't bore you with that. "Modern, non-breastfeeding nurturing, is having a negative impact on our health and evolutionary destiny." - Brian Palmer, DDS, 1998. Very interesting this was said by a dentist, right? Someone who looks at mouths for a living, and has observed the immediate effects bottles have on infant mouth and throat development. Below is a direct quote from an article in the 1977 Archives of Otolaryngol, entitled Postnatal Descent of the Epiglottis in Man:

"Age group 4 to 6 months seemed to represent a transitional period from obligate nasal breathing to potential oral tidal respiration...this transition is important because it reflects a period of potential respiratory instability. Maturational descent of the epiglottis, found to occur between 4 to 6 months of age, is verified by cineradiography. This period, interestingly coincides with the peak incidence of SIDS, which similarly occurs at 3 to 5 months of age."

Bottle-feeding can disrupt this transitional period given its effects on mouth development.

And from Pediatrics, March 2000, Changing Concepts of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Implications for Infant Sleeping Environment and Sleep Position, "A leading hypothesis for a large proportion of SIDS cases is that SIDS may reflect a delayed development of arousal or cardiorespiratory control. When the physiologic stability of such infants becomes compromised during sleep, they may not arouse sufficiently to avoid the fatal noxious insult or condition."

"Data supports the hypothesis that prolonged apnea is part of the final pathway resulting in sudden death. Study demonstrated that prolonged periods of apnea can occur in otherwise well infants beyond 1 month of age." - Prolonged apnea and the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Pediatrics, 1972

"The fear that pacifier use might stand in the way of breastfeeding is irrelevant to crib death cases, because most crib death mothers do not breastfeed their infants...only 10% of crib death mothers do so!" {emphasis in original document} - Risk and preventative factors for cot death in the Netherlands, European Journal of Pediatrics, 1998

There is TONS more info on this, but to sum up: bottle-feeding creates unnatural development of the mouth and throat in infants ---> causes symptoms that mimic sleep apnea  ---> SIDS.  

Then there is bottle feeding and ear infections - there is a direct correlation between the negative pressure in the feeding bottle and negative pressure in the middle ear. The American Academy of Pediatrics states that breastfeeding is associated with a decreased incidence of chronic diseases such as diabetes, lymphoma, Chron's disease and ulcerative colitis as well. Research has also indicated that mother's lower their own incidences of ovarian cancer and premenopausal breast cancer, and reduce their risk of bone fractures from osteoporosis later in life. 

And the best for last: human breast milk also kills cancer cells. In 1999, Lund University in Sweden discovered that a component of human breast milk compels cancer cells - EVERY TYPE of cancer cell tested - to die. The killer turned out to be the protein alphalactalbumin, in case you were wondering. Their lab is the only non-American lab with American Cancer Society support. 

I will end here because this is insanely long and much more than I set out to type. Knowledge is most meaningful when shared with others. Women in this day and age face a huge predicament due to several reasons comprising social, work related, psychological and personal reasons that lead to preventing them to breastfeed their child.

I believe breastfeeding courses should be added to the curriculum of all health care schools. I believe breastfeeding should be encouraged in public places. I believe large corporations should have child care facilities for their employees and allow women at a minimum three breaks during the day to be able to at least pump in a private area, and also give them a place to store it. I believe insurance companies should reimburse families for breastfeeding support services. I believe there should be no obstacle in the way of such a beautiful blessing.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

More To Come...

Angelina Jolie as photographed by Brad Pitt
breastfeeding one of their twins

Most of my posts here are pretty light and fluffy, but I am in the middle of working on a fairly heavy one about the importance of breastfeeding. I tend to stay away from discussions like that as most people get enough seriousness in daily life as it is, and I would like for your visits to my blog be a little bubble of escape rather than a focus on more weighty topics. That said, when I have very strong feelings on something, I will share it.

I am pretty sure I have only done this three times in the last year and a half: one post entitled, "Do Your Collar Bones Stick Out Enough?," another, "Christmas Card Etiquette,"  though that one hardly counts as serious compared to the others, and the last in two parts regarding texting and driving - links here and here. All got overwhelmingly positive feedback and responses, which is very encouraging to me with regards to my decision on which topics to bring to the table. I have contemplated posting on natural birth as well {I briefly touched on this in my Reader Q&A - question #11 - and at some point I would love to discuss this and how, based on the extensive research I have done, it relates to escaping postpartum depression which I dealt with after Squish was born}, but for now the topic of breastfeeding is weighing on my mind and my heart.

So if I may ask you to excuse my absence for a couple more days while I finish this latest one I would very much appreciate it, and to keep things lighthearted in the meantime, please enjoy these two pictures of my other husband, Johnny Depp :D

Monday, August 15, 2011

How I Wore It :: Resort 2012 Sneak Peek!

I have been dyyying to show you a real life sneak peek of next year's collection and am thrilled to finally be doing so! I'll start with a casual look and save the dresses for next week :) Ladies and ladies {and awesome husbands who are perfectly in tune with their wives' tastes}, may I introduce a new twist on last year's classic Petra tunic: the Adelaide. Exotic and refined, my goal for this piece {which is available in a second colorway of a beautiful orange ikat + cream trim featuring gold beveled marquis shaped beads - photo down below} was to offer a slightly dressier style than the Petra tunic, but still allow for the garment to be casual enough to wear during daytime errands, meetings, you name it. 

Tunic - Sheridan French Resort 2012 Adelaide Tunic in Plum :: Jeans - Elizabeth & James :: Earrings - same $2 ones from here :: Bracelet - Dallas Market :: Shoes - Gucci :: Sunglasses - favorite Ray Bans {yes, I enjoy channeling Sundown from Top Gun}

A perpetual favorite: my signature quatrefoil patches are once again featured on the elbows.

I designed all of my own fabric this year and just love how the colors in this one turned out! Then again, I love all of the fabric this year ;) Oh ikat, I will never get sick of thee! 

And since you all always ask about my shoes, which I often forget to post... I remembered, just for you!

This is the orange color option available in the Adelaide Tunic...
...and it might just be my favorite tunic in the collection! Pretty, right?!

A few more exciting tidbits to leave you with: 
{1} When my new website launches - YES NEW WEBSITE! - in roughly T minus three weeks...
{2} ...You will be able to create your very own Wish List! Which means that when spring rolls around you will already know exactly what you want to order and...
{3} ...Can order it online via the new fancy pants website! WAHOO! 

Can't wait to hear what you think. Have a bright week!

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Vacation Wrap-Up

We had SUCH a great time at the beach - given our 40 days in a row of hitting the century mark, talk about ideal time to leave Texas! - and I meant to share these photos with you last week but, in typical fashion, did not have as much time as I thought I would to post. So, without further ado, here are some of my favorite photos from our trip! Enjoy!

FYI, I made an extremely important discovery whilst cooking out on the beach. 
S'mores are OFFICIALLY the best way to break Paleo. In case you were wondering.

Until next year! 

...and, coming tomorrow...How I Wore It :: Resort 2012 Sneak Peek!

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Most Wanted :: Fall Booties

Life changing, right? 

Image courtesy of Vogue

They also come in black, but why get black when you could get a color?? 
Available for Pre-Order from Saks and Neimans. The yellow ones are my favorites, I am a size 8 and my birthday is in September. 

...Let's see how closely Biz reads my blog...


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