Sunday, December 23, 2012

What I Wore Sunday: Christmas Adam

Afternoon readers,

Tis the night before the night before Christmas, and we are gearing up to get down at Casa Uebbing.

In preparation for the holy feast to come, we have been scrubbing, cleaning, and fluffing all throughout the house, all while wrangling two sick sickies with an ear infection and a cold from hades, respectively. I would take the time to mention who has what, except that at Dave's insistence, we buzzed both boy's heads last night and now my (sob) baby looks identical to my (gulp) toddler. Soooooo, basically can't tell them apart from a distance. 7 lbs separates JP from world domination, and by that I mean being able to defend his floppy self when Joey drops an elbow on him and starts pummeling.

All in good fun.

Without further ado, I bring to you what you've all come here to see: mah church threads.

Today's post is sponsored by holyfreakingamazingbesthusbandever. And you'll soon see why...

Gaze into Christmas future

Now contemplate how many calories are in that little red cup, and my ever-widening mommy flanks

But from this angle? Nailed it!


'Take your shades off, darling. Let them see how well we slept last night...

'Did you think I would still be making us take selfies once we were married?'




The good stuff:

Dress: Banana Republic outlet
Necklace: Lia Sophia, gifted
Earrings: Targay
Boots: Frye(!) 30th birthday present which will never, ever leave my feet.
Shades: Van Huesen outlet
Starbucks: making your holidays merry and gay

Happy FLAP-ing, ladies!

Rejoice, He's coming...


15 comments:

  1. #1- Fabulous OLGuadalupe photo. ADORE IT.

    #2- Starbucks... merry and gay... I laugh until death.

    #3- Banana Republic = quite possibly my favorite source for a good dress. Aaaaaah <3

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  2. So glam! Love the dress, boots, AND the best accessory of all- cup o' Starbucks.

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    1. I was reaaaaaaally hoping for a 'what hospital gown I wore Sunday' post from you! Guess she is hoping to upstage the baby Jesus :)

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  3. I love, love, love that image of Mary - thanks for including it! You and your husband are adorable and your purple dress is simply stunning!

    I totally just noticed that you live in Colorado too - here's to hoping we really do get a white Christmas!

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  4. I love that dress. Love it. The color, the cut, the whole thing. And I'm extremely jealous of your mastery of the bun. Whenever I do it, I look like a psychotic cheerleader. You, however, look like Audrey Hepburn.
    Hope your boys feel better soon!!

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  5. Way to dress in puuuuurple, girl........

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  6. Dear internet- I'm about to slap you.

    Seriously. Third attempt at commenting on how cute you are!!!!

    Also: Christmas Adam = best invention ever.

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  7. Super cute dress and boots! Hope everyone is healthy for Christmas!

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  8. Damn, I love that dress. And the hair. And the whole thing! Plus, Frye boots may possibly be the greatest birthday gift ever!

    I meant to email you on your birthday! Hope you had a wonderful day Jenny!

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  9. Hot mama! Loving it. You look good with a Starbucks...very Mary Kate and Ashley ;)

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  10. I told my kids about your Christmas Adam, and they loved it! And to think we always called it Christmas eve eve. You look beautiful and I love that picture of Mary...never seen it before!

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  11. What a fun little number! Do you think everyone will wear red and green next week?

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  12. A lovely dress. That color just looks fabulous on you. I too have a deep love for my Starbucks.

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  13. Could you be more adorable!? That dress is fantastic and coffee may be the perfect prop - no more thinking about what to do with my hands. I will be trying this :)

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  14. My girlfriend, who is married to Adam introduced us to Christmas Adam years ago...it's awesome, we love it! The dress is fanTAStic! Married selfies are the best! Blessings, and I've had my share of Merry Starbucks this season as well, working on filling up my "card" for an allegedly "freebie" that will end up costing me $37.42. Meh, Eggnog lattes only come once a year I say!

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