Confession. We are all about Justin Bieber over here. We may or may not listen to "My World 2.0" more than we'd like to admit. And while I'm putting it all out there on the table, I might as well tell you that I once watched a back-to-back feature of "Never Say Never" from midnight to about 3:00 AM, by myself. Ivy was doomed to be a Belieber from the start (and she is). Whenever she starts getting restless in her carseat, we turn on "Baby" and just that one second introduction is enough to send her to the moon and back. She dances all wild-crazy and sings "Wooo-ooo-ooo-oo-oo-ooo-ooah" along with Justin, it's pretty funny. Anyways, I tried to capture it the other day, but it turned out she was getting some work done on the computer (destroying the mouse), so she was a little distracted. Though this video doesn't do her love for Justin justice, you can probably still get the idea. (You can probably get the idea how many times we've listened to that one second intro over and over too...)
My apologies for the shirtless baby by the way, she insists on not wearing clothes these days, and I've very quickly learned to just pick my battles. (Otherwise I lose, and losing to a one year old hurts.)
Geoff and I dream about taking Ivy to her first Beiber concert while wearing homemade #1 fan shirts and purple hoodies and everything, but then sadly remember that by the time Ivy will really be interested in going to concerts, Justin will be like, 30 and on Dancing With The Stars or something (best case scenario). Here's to crossing our fingers that someone just as cute and catchy as JB will be "it" when Ivy's a tween.
One of our days there were spent in Provo, where we got to eat tons of great food and play with even greater friends. It was a dream! I regretfully only got a couple pictures playing in the Roberts yard but Jenna documented the night much better here. We love you Utah friends and family!
Last night we went to the Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes show with the Barneys. As if it wasn't "insennnn" enough, we snuck in a couple Salt River bars (because eating a couple at Liberty Market prior, just wasn't enough). What does that say about someone when security is checking your purse at the entrance and you're sweating bullets that they don't find your to-go box? Nevermind, I don't think I want to know. Regardless, nice job Bon Iver & Fleet Foxes!
I normally keep our photography on our photography blog and our personal stuff on here, but I couldn't help but share this gorgeous wedding we shot last week on Labor Day. Our friends Chelsea and Dave got married at The Farm in South Mountain and afterward had their reception in their backyard. It was beautiful and I was loving all the sweet details throughout the night. Chelsea is so crafty and their house is seriously the cutest. To top it off, her and Dave are also the best parents ever, check out their blog to see what I mean.
explosive baby poop and stuff). I'll blame that on the 120 degree house arrest. I guess bringing up the weather when there's nothing else to say applies to more than just awkward conversation with your bank teller..
Geoff somehow convinced me that buying a Stella was a sound investment and came home with this guy the other day. Normally I'd be bugged because I'm super paranoid about things with only two tires, but how could I say no to a sidecar? A sidecar!? We'll most likely be selling it in the next year because Geoff's really into "flipping" scooters these days (just call him the Jeff Lewis of mopeds). In the mean time, anyone know where one would purchase a leather helmet and goggles?
PS- Someone should delete the Instagram app on my phone. Like, seriously?
Posted by Steoffrey at 12:05 PM