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Pounds of Hair

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(Shirt: thrifted  Necklace: birthday gift  Skirt: The Paper Indian  Boots: JustFab)

I’m losing weight, which is awesome, although I’m starting to suspect that all of those pounds lost are just from my hair falling out. But seriously, at what point do I get concerned that this amount of hair loss is not normal?! I would have thought that after four months of having a baby my hair would stop falling out. It’s getting scary seeing handfuls of my hair EVERYWHERE. Has this happened to anyone else? I’m worried I’m losing too much hair.

Yoga Me Ridiculous

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(Earrings: Urban Outfitters  Top: Instagram shop  Dress: Old Navy  Boots: thrifted)

I went to a yoga class with a friend the other day. It was my very first yoga class and here are my impressions:

-People wear yoga pants so that they don’t have to look at their cellulite dimples while they hold the downward dog position. I made the mistake of wearing shorts.

-The music they play is crazy hypnotizing.

-While we were laying on the floor in corpse pose and focusing our breathing and completely relaxing our muscles, my nose itched like crazy, so I just had to fight the urge to scratch it. Equal parts hilarious and ridiculous.

-I am all for any exercise that purposefully lays on the ground for five minutes at the end of the workout.

Decisions, Decisions

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(Earrings: Cookie Lee  Dress: GwynnieBee  Shoes: HandMeDown-Steve Madden)

I started school last week and so far I have been able to be dressed every single day (Hurray for no nakedness!). My oldest started kindergarten on Monday. He’s been in preschool for the past two years, so I didn’t think it’d be that hard, but I’m not gonna lie, I shed a few tears after I dropped him off. We also have been making decisions about AM or PM kindergarten and preschool placement for my middle son and as a naturally decisive person, I am totally waffling! Is this normal?! Why are these decisions so hard to make?! I think I am placing too much emphasis on the gigantic future impact it will make on their lives, but as a first-time elementary parent, I am struggling. (Experienced parents, you can laugh at me now.)