C'mon, you guys! I know it's important to make grandma feel welcome, but can't you just fix her up a burger or pull out some family photos? What's next, tequila body shots? Sheesh.
I don't know if bento barista actually raided her grandmother's closet for the contents of her ensemble, but she looks very granny chic. I love her impeccable layering job, and way to tie it all together with a cool two-tone scarf.
Unfortunately she didn't break down her outfit, so come back and tell us!
Congrats to bento barista!
Everyone else, submit your looks and I might feature you on FabSugar!
Facebook and similar social networking sites have changed the way Generations X, Y and Z meet, mingle, and communicate. For some, it's all they've ever known. These teenyboppers are bound to take their Internet lingo and "friendly" poking habits into adulthood and beyond. Forget retirement communities; the "golden years" are gonna play out on the net — Bee-atch!
My mother–in–law, whom I adore, just visited us for a long weekend. She loves our babe and is always eager to spend every second with her.
As I work on Fridays, my babe usually spends the afternoon with her nanny. But since "Mimi," as we call her, was here and available, she offered to watch my babe and give the nanny a paid day off.
This situation got me thinking, would you prefer to have your sitter or mother-in-law watch your tot?
Who needs glow sticks when you got grandma in the house to get this rave in high gear? Her peeps weren't in full effect just yet, so she thought she'd bust a solo move— and effectively steal the show. Her secret? Bad ass orthopedic shoes, baby! Those tootsies are prepared to dance all
night day long. (This is an oldie but goodie...)
Someone took Grams to a rave and she never came back. She's even holding imaginary glow sticks (!) Color me baffled.