Categories: Personalized note cards
As you may know, I recently started writing the “Inspired” blog for Paper Culture. Before I started my job, I did some research — I looked at the site. I checked out the assortment of cards and designs that were available. But I hadn’t really experienced Paper Culture until now. My daughter is turning four next week and I am making, as my Aunt Aleen from NJ would say, a party for her. This year I am doing the tried and true “age of the child plus one extra guest.” I have gone to too many 4-year-old birthday parties recently, where the birthday child has been in meltdown mode for the last half hour of the party. Also my daughter just started a new school, so I wasn’t really sure, who to invite. Here is my experience:
One of our friends asked us, “After almost 3 years, what are the 5 baby items you couldn’t do without?” I said: “I’ll have to think about the top 5 baby items, but I’ll tell you one thing we haven’t figured out – the poop smell is killing us.”
But before I regale with my poop anguish, I did think about what our Top 5 list would be. It’s not the coolest or most original list, it’s just the ones that really stood out for me.
How could anyone not have loved watching Scout Masterson and Bill Horn (aka “The Guncles”) as they shared their commitment and their journey towards parenthood in “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood?”
Kali Rocha’s role as the flight attendant who had a humorous fight with Ben Stiller‘s character at the airport in the 2000 hit comedy Meet The Parents has a special place in my heart: it was that year that I brought my now husband home to meet my parents for the first time. That movie provided perspective to make an otherwise very stressful experience a very funny one. Years later, I was happy to see Rocha play the resident surgeon, Dr. Sydney Heron, at Seattle Grace Hospital in one of favorite shows, Grey’s Anatomy.