I'm Movin' Out

When I was single girl in the city...I lived in the sweetest pad. It was my two bedroom, vintage, doorman, corner facing slice of cheesecake in the sky...(loved it, loved it, LOVED IT)

Easily, the hardest transition to being married, was moving from my single girl sanctuary to living in Manland (Seriously...Manland is a filthy place where socks and underwear are free to roam in their natural habitat). Manland has now given way to Toddlerville:O (You know...the place where diapers and Cheerios rule the roost) Oh where oh where has my pristine single girl sanctuary gone?

Coincidentally...my single gal pal Sissy has moved into my heavenly park front pad (same building...different unit). I am so HAPPY for her!

Miss Peach and I decided to stop by and check out her new scene...Oh, my little Pixie is such a big girl at times. I kid you not, the first thing Miss Peach did was head for the closet.Oh how my girl LOVES to accessorize.

Miss Peach: "Mommy...I love Sissy's closet...It's so cozy!"

Me: "OK my little Peach."

Miss Peach: "Mommy...I want to LIVE in Sissy's closet!"

Me: "Oh Miss Peach...Mommy is barely ready to let you go to preschool. She is so not ready for you to move into Sissy's closet:("
Miss Peach: "It's OK Mommy...You'll still have The Little Man;)"


(Oh...that sound was my heart falling onto the floor...Why is my Little Peach growing up so fast?)

31 comments

  1. I'm glad your not going let Miss Peach live in a closet.

    How's Sissy's dating life?

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  2. She looks seriously fabulous! That hat rocks and I love her smile! :D

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  3. Funny you should ask...I'm starting a blog for her to chronicle her dating escapades. I'm telling you, her stories are CRAZY!

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  4. Awww, Miss Peach is SO DARN CUTE!

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  5. You know..I want to move into Sissy's closet..
    Can't we all?
    It'll be like a really cool super secret clubhouse..
    No Manlander's allowed

    Peace - Rene

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  6. Oh my, I can't wait till Alexa wants to play dress-up!!!
    Miss Peach is a doll, that hat is AMAZING!

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  7. love the hat, but really love the closet. It's palatial size reminds me of my first apartment in NYC!!!

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  8. Manland? Tell me about it. I'm the only female in my house and it's a full time job keeping it from looking like an underaged frat house.

    I'm just glad that's Sissy's closet and not yours. When I saw the hat I thought, "WOW! She's a mom of toddlers and she wears fabuous peach hats?!"

    Now I want to read about Sissy's love life. Sign me up when you get her up and running!

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  9. That is one classy outfit and cute model! She and Miss Esme seriously need to do a joint fashion show... Those shoes are right up Esme's alley.

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  10. LOL! She sure knows a good thing when she sees it.

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  11. Way, way way cute.

    I miss my single girl place sometimes too. Thankfully the dog like Cheerios and roots them out where ever they try to hide. So at least we don't have that problem. I'm with on the rest of them though.

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  12. Ahh...the single girl apartment. I have fond memories of mine as well. Everything exactly in its place and all the way I want it. Now it is dirty clothes on the floor, piles on the tables, and toys as far as the eye can see. I miss the cleanliness but I wouldn't give what I have up for all the organiszation in the world.

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  13. MIss Peach is adorable, a girl after my own heart going for the closet but specifically that hat! I was single for so long that it really has been challenging to live in man/toddler land but luckily we adapt.

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  14. Is she ever adorable, my God! How can you take that cuteness all day long? Love it!

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  15. they do that ... whether you're ready or not.

    sigh.

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  16. She and Corinne would love to accessorize together...

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  17. Just don't blink whatever you do or she'll be in middle school instead of preschool. Not that I'd know of these things or anything...

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  18. And how did I neglect to mention how cute she is?!

    Gorgeous :)

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  19. She'd get hungry and come running home to mama soon enough! Hats and shoes are pretty, but you can eat 'em! :-)

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  20. that's awfully generous of her to offer up her brother like that... ;)

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  21. Girls learn to accessorize in the womb...I'm convinced!!!

    So cute! :)

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  22. I wish I could live in that closet, too. Mine are TINY.

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  23. Ah, city livin'...Your daughter is getting her priorities in order at a nice, young age.

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  24. Oh - she's going to be expensive. Tell your husband to start saving...

    She looks so sweet!

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  25. Awww! She sounds like a very smart little girl!! She is also very cute. You get the cute kids award. Seriously.

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  26. So cute! Love the hat AND the shoes.

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  27. Oh, I LOVE having girls. I love it when they start dressing up, it's just so adorable! Kind of like live Barbie dolls ;-)

    Your Little Peach looks just like you, but with blonde hair and adorable chubby cheeks! SO cute :-)

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  28. Aww she looks like quite the little Fancy Nancy.. or Peach in this case! Did I say Mrs. Peach would be the cutest name for a kids book?

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  29. super cute - I remember the day when I left my gorgeous PINK condo for hubbie duplex - BUT I rented out my condo in case I needed to move back! hee hee

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