Jon showing our friend Shan (Sydney’s fiancé) how to work the Nikon D70 at dinner Friday night. I think I know what Shan is getting as a wedding present! SHHHHHH!
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thats what i thought too, esther! 4 of us posted at the same time. That was my 1st post here heather! nice website! keep it up!
Girl A – You are into ham? Me too. Let’s get it on Virginia Baked style, baby.
Your fucking gorgeous.
ATTACK OF THE (adorable) BEARDED MAN!
Ok, it will be our little secret. Pinky swear!
Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it. Vogue.
Heather, I can see why the boy tried to pick you up!
I think my fiancÃ© and I are going to get that camera. Nikon should pay you for your advertising!
She’s thinking… oh my god, how long does it take to bring me my sake? I NEED MORE SAKE, SWEET BABY JESUS.
that’s funny – u just can’t resist saying ‘am i first?’ – it’s my first post on here too although i have been reading this site for months!
Great “action shot!” Don’t worry… your secret is safe with me!
Heather — I had a VERY drunk guy try to pick me up at the “after party” of my BIL’s wedding reception (you know, after most of the guests go home, and the wedding party hits the hotel bar). This drunk guy runs his finger down my arm and asks, “Sooo… what’s your name?” I told him I was married. His response “Mary?” Shortly after I told the guy to go away and leave me alone, he left (go figure). Hubby escorted the staggering idiot out of the bar — then BIL went to make sure no heads got busted on his wedding day.
I need that camera.
Whoa! Comin’ at me!
I neeeed that camera!
cool – i think i might be first!
You look stunning Dooce and your hubby aint too bad either!
Jesus, is the rest of him going to turn green just before he bursts out of his clothes?
Not that many of us would mind the bursting out of his clothes thing, mind you. . .
mmm bbq chickeeen
Yeah…once they hit a mobility milestone (sitting, pulling to stand) they must PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE like some screamin freakin OBSESSION they don’t sleep they don’t eat they must SIT UP MUST SIT UP MUST SIT UP then they MUST STAND MUST STAND MUST STAND and you will change diapers and provide meals while they STAND UP because they MUST. Nothing is as single-minded as a baby with a new skill. Sigh.
At the risk of sounding creepy, the bone structure of your face is gorgeous.
Homely in Hoboken may have had no ulterior motives.
But post 162 is correct — if you can’t take a hint that your witty repartee is unwelcome, then you become just a pain in someone’s ass.
P.S that comment was coming from me a girl that has NO IDEA when a guy is trying to pick me up. So take the comment with a grain of salt.
Was there more said by the guy? It sounds to me more like he was trying to start a conversation. Of course I was not there so couldn’t see the body language but from what he said (unless pick ups are different there than here) I would never have guessed he was trying to pick you up.
Although you look great in that picture so I have no problem believing someone would want to pick you up. Even with the diaper talk.
“company” if it is unwanted attention.
How can you enjoy the “company” of someone who doesn’t want to talk with/be with/stand near you?
[quote]I amused by the fact that GSVâ€™s rant on female egoism was just a few comments after he used the words â€œYumâ€ and â€œChickieâ€ to describe Heather. My guess is that was what Heatherâ€™s suiter had in mind as well when he approached her.[/quote]
Just because a man (or a boy, in the case of Heather’s anecdote) appreciates the appearance of a beautiful woman doesn’t automatically mean he is going to hit on her. If he had actually propositioned her she would have had a case, but absent that she is just deluding herself.
Maybe (probably ?) her “suitor” was drawn to her by her looks – but that still doesn’t mean that he was trying to do anything more than enjoy the company of a beautiful woman for a few minutes.
Man, did I sound stupid.
I replied as soon as I saw the photo (I usually read thru the comments so I can reply to several people if need be). You look very supermodel-esque. A stunner. Cheekbones amazing. Skin tone gorgeous.
To chrissy (#132): dead heather … very funny typo. Usually when I see a typo, so long as I understand what was meant, I don’t harp on it. But yours was a totally different spin. Too funny.
To Michael (#138): I’m not in the least bit speaking for Heather…but excercise is a pick me up…I’m guessing it helps. Every little bit helps right?
This is just a really great picture of the two of you. One of my favorites.
That is all.
K — I think it may be a disturbing sign of what an obese culture we’ve become. People see Dooce’s slender and fit self, and find it unusual.
It is a great shot of her tho’. When I saw it this morning, it reminded me of the old Mike Myers SNL bit where he was ‘Dieter’, the host of Sprockets. “You are angular and beautiful! Now is the time we DANCE!”
I’m sure this has already been stated, but there’s no way I’m gonna sort through all the comments, so here you go again:
Great way to match your outfit with the napkins. Forethought is important. Unless of course you were channeling Punky Brewster and that is just a hanky tied around your thigh.
Just wondering but does Leta sleep on her tummy? Or would you let her sleep on her tummy? That might solve the whole sitting up incident at bedtime for a while. I know w/ my daughter when she learned to crawl she forgot how to roll over so night time was easy, I put her on her back instead of her belly and she would go to sleep, but if I put her on her belly she would get up and start screaming for someone to get her. Maybe the opposite would work for you?
Good Luck and good job Leta and Daddy, sorry mommy!
Man…as a culture we are so obsessed with weight. Everytime there is a picture of Heather posted there are “you’re so skinny” comments. I’m not criticizing anyone in particular, it’s just something that I noticed in reading all of these.
Fun picture…I too enjoy how the napkin matches the shirt. You called ahead to make sure they were indeed using the red napkins didnt you?
Oops for Kay, that was nice. It was helpful and appropriate and such a much better response than so many were probably inclined to give.
After I read Kay’s query and picked my jaw up off the floor, I could only think of Abraham Lincoln’s words, “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”
OMG you are stunning !!! Those cheekbones! That ivory skin!
That cameras ia amazing!
Leta is the bomb. Sweet little munchkin. I wonder if Chuck stays at a safe distance from her while walking by. He certainly will now.
Chuck: “Great Dad. You taught her to sit up. Thaaaanks…”
i see the japanese restaurant’s name is ‘shogun’. hmm.
this is one of my fave photo’s of jon (sans leta with him).
kudos to jon for handling the kid trying to pick you up. jon’s the man.
Okay- I am new reading this blog. Please don’t take offense at this posting, but I am entirely confused. Do you have more than one child? I haven’t read your archives, but I did see that you do newsletters to your daughter and that she must be almost a year old? So I don’t get the sitting up story in the crib?
Wow, I totally eat at Shogun all the time. Landlocked in Saint Louis as well. At least the photo is in focus…
Fish- it could be a “Paul is dead” scenario.
Tommorow papers in Canada will proclaim Mrs. Delta Armstrong deceased as a result of cinching her corset too tight.
Supermodel IN FRANCE!!!! dies of sake overdose. Husband arrested for trying to strangle papparazzi.
That’s a pretty funny typo.
Probably a bit jarring for dooce, though, to see someone proclaim you as dead.
Ooooo… If I allow myself to slip into a daydream, it’s like John is reaching out for me! I’m here Scrumptious Bearded Man! I’m here!
And then I shake my head, because his absolutely gorgeous wife is sitting right next to him….
HEY! That’s my friend Matt — the mustached muchacho hanging out in the backround. He’s a badass and a crack Scrabble player and it’s no suprise whatsoever that he’s associated with other smart, badass people like yourselves. I thought you were super cool from your writing, but now I know you are, if by nothing other than association. (See there, how that’s kinda circular?) Cheers, chica! And thanks for the daily dose of Dooce. ~jill
Congratulations little Leta. Now Heather, not to get all ridiculously maternal on yo ass, but you have to lower that crib mattress if you have not done so already. I remember reading somewhere to do that as soon as they start to sit up because the next thing you know, they will start to pull up. Their heads are like lead balloons, so well, you can imagine the rest… We did it with ours (17 months) right away and she gave us proof soon after that it was a good decision. OK. Done! Done with advice! Again, congratulations, milestones are amazing.
I love how you’re sitting there so above it all. Makes sense, since you are either a) an uppity model or b) dead.
I also like the thumbnails. Anyone else ever try to figure out exactly what she focused on for the thumbnail? Sometimes, like with the pattern of a shirt, it’s hard, yo. And I’m a little disappointed when I know what the pic is before I open it. today did not disappoint.
About the body thing: My only “complaint” is, how can you be so depressed and yet have the energy/drive to run up the stairs all the time and keep in shape?
You really are excellent (as a person).
(That was supposed to mean “regardless of looks” even though you’ve got those, too.)
*Chrissy, why is Heather DEAD?!?!! BAHAHAHAHAA, sorry, had to comment on that….like I’ve NEVER made a typo or anything…BHAHAHA
Great pic. Compare this one:
With the one today of Jon.
The similarities are eerie…And I think their hands are about the same size!
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