We Ain't Got No Money, Honey, But We Got Rain

Sooo..

I’ve kinda given up on tumblr. Well, not given up, more giving up.
I put a stat counter on here purely out of curiosity, and it’s unnerved me a little.
I know who you are (and there’s a few) and I find it more than a little odd that you check on me every day, yet don’t speak to me or use tumblr.
In all honesty, it’s made me really uncomfortable, so I’m just not posting on here after this.

For those ive gotten to know, If you want to carry on following Harrison’s life, or just want to keep in touch, just message me.

So long, and thanks for all the fish!

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
All tuckered out (Taken with instagram)

All tuckered out (Taken with instagram)

— 1 year ago with 5 notes
I definitely feel less than awesome now.

My mind/body is deciding to sabotage me.
I’ve had 3 hours sleep.
It’s 5.21am.
I think I worked myself up so much in my head after Harrison’s feed that I was only going to get another hour or so of sleep before he woke again, that I just stayed awake. That and my RLS is playing up. I guess I’ll just wait until he wakes and try and sleep after that feed.

Pointless whiny post is pointless and whiny.

— 1 year ago
Friday nights  (Taken with instagram)

Friday nights (Taken with instagram)

— 1 year ago with 1 note
stfuconservatives:

str8nochaser:

thedailywhat:

Controversial Facebook Photos of the Day: Air National Guard members Terran Echegoyen-McCabe and Christina Luna recently posted to Facebook several pics of themselves breastfeeding in fatigues — which they do all the time on Fairchild Airforce Base in Spokane, Washington – and their photos have prompted outcry from around the world.
No matter that there are no rules in military conduct against breastfeeding in uniform; one disparaging Facebook comment compared the images to “urinating and defecating.”
Fellow soldier Rita Trujillo commented: 
“I as one of many women who fought long and hard to be accepted and respected as fellow soldiers and the right to wear these uniforms feel shocked, angry at these published photos.”
The photos were taken for the Mom2Mom Breastfeeding Support Group,which raises awareness of women’s right to breastfeed in public.
[dailymail]

America hates mothers in a way that is so insipid, you have WOMEN disparaging other WOMEN for doing what the breast was intended to do and being active engaged mothers.
And why?
Because “I as one of many women who fought long and hard to be accepted and respected as fellow soldiers and the right to wear these uniforms feel shocked, angry at these published photos.”
This is a statement made by a woman about how women feeding their children in their work fatigues damages her status and acceptance as a female soldier. Meaning motherhood is seen as something “weak” and breastfeeding is “dirty”.
Patriarchy is a hell of a drug.  

flawless commentary


I just, wow. Just wow.

stfuconservatives:

str8nochaser:

thedailywhat:

Controversial Facebook Photos of the Day: Air National Guard members Terran Echegoyen-McCabe and Christina Luna recently posted to Facebook several pics of themselves breastfeeding in fatigues — which they do all the time on Fairchild Airforce Base in Spokane, Washington – and their photos have prompted outcry from around the world.

No matter that there are no rules in military conduct against breastfeeding in uniform; one disparaging Facebook comment compared the images to “urinating and defecating.”

Fellow soldier Rita Trujillo commented: 

“I as one of many women who fought long and hard to be accepted and respected as fellow soldiers and the right to wear these uniforms feel shocked, angry at these published photos.”

The photos were taken for the Mom2Mom Breastfeeding Support Group,which raises awareness of women’s right to breastfeed in public.

[dailymail]

America hates mothers in a way that is so insipid, you have WOMEN disparaging other WOMEN for doing what the breast was intended to do and being active engaged mothers.

And why?

Because “I as one of many women who fought long and hard to be accepted and respected as fellow soldiers and the right to wear these uniforms feel shocked, angry at these published photos.”

This is a statement made by a woman about how women feeding their children in their work fatigues damages her status and acceptance as a female soldier. Meaning motherhood is seen as something “weak” and breastfeeding is “dirty”.

Patriarchy is a hell of a drug.  

flawless commentary

I just, wow. Just wow.

(Source: thedailywhat, via yesysabella)

— 1 year ago with 4517 notes
I feel awesome

~ Harrison let us sleep in til 12pm! Lovely lazy start to the day.

~ Ate super well, muesli, salad & vegetable burger, prawn & cous cous salad.

~ Had an AMAZING work out at the gym. I’ve lost a 1lb in 3 days.

— 1 year ago with 2 notes