Friday, March 06, 2009

a grey day, a maybe day


i thought maybe today i would leave the house, but it didn't happen. i'm glad i put on some normal clothes, though. i hope everyone has a lovely weekend, i hear it's supposed to be warmer.

12 comments:

Lucys Place said...

It's harder than you realise to do something as simple as leave the house! Isn't is super to be back in your usual clothes? Opens up the whole wardrobe again. You look back to your fit and lithe self, well done. Love the outfit too. Hope Leon is being kind to his Mama.

LivKate said...

You look adorable!!! I am in complete awe of your speedy comeback. Your legs look awesome. Mine were swollen for weeks after giving birth. I hope you are getting some sleep.

Stephanie said...

You look great (and ready for spring). I hope it gets here soon.

Moya said...

I love this outfit. You look amazing and I cannot believe this is your postpartum body. I'd love to be in such shape.

It's 65 degrees here today and I am celebrating by wearing Mirabelle. It's the most comfortable dress, as you know.

Nanashi said...

Nice outfit! I like the border tops, is this something you found in your quest for the perfect border tee?

Marion said...

You're looking damned great !
Great outfit !

P R I M O E Z A said...

hi, so happy you're still blogging! i tagged/awarded you in my blog :)

Joanna Goddard said...

pretty stripes!

Jennifer said...

Hi Erica,
Thanks for commenting on my blog. I enjoy reading yours. It was actually through your blog that I discovered Lisa/ Le Bouton. Aaammazzing stuff she does!

Congratulations on the birth of your child!

Gracia said...

As someone who works from home, I like the sounds of wearing normal clothes...

lauren baluyo said...

Just want to send out a big congrats on having your little boy! And you do look truly fit and amazing, considering you just had a bebe.

And btw, just want to say I've been keeping up with your blog for awhile now...finding new, cool fashion discoveries thanks to you! :)

Iheartfashion said...

It took me a few weeks to get up the courage to leave the house, post-baby. It's daunting to think about all the stuff you have to carry for any situation, but it does become second nature soon.