The cost of immunizations without insurance coverage: $880, so it's off to the WIC clinic with us.
Don't you hate it when something you bought goes on sale? I just got an Eddie Bauer catalog advertising their huge biannual sale ... and apparently I was ripped off majorly when I went shopping there over Memorial Day weekend. Here's the other bad part: I kind of whine a lot to Nathan about how I hate all my clothes and none of them fit anymore because of a certain baby's dairy dependency ... so he sweetly took me shopping and told me to not worry about spending money, because I really needed some new clothes (I pretty much haven't bought myself any new clothes since before we were married--save for a maternity dress, which was more for decency's sake than my own).
We browsed the Galleria, the shopping mecca of Houston, and we weren't finding much I spotted Eddie Bauer, a place I had never before purchased clothing.
Nathan: Uhh, that's like a camping clothes store.
Kimber: (enchanted by the feminine, yet casually dressed mannequins in the window) Just give me a minute to look.
Nathan: (enchanted by the cute baby he's jostling) Okay, I'll play with Graham.
I enter the camping clothes store (it's logo is a goose) and find my heaven. Or at least a portion of it. My usual daily fashion statement consists of a high school era t-shirt, basketball shorts, and a ponytail. Mascara enters into the equation if that fates are merciful.
Without going into too much of the exciting details of trying on about fifty different things, I ended up getting these, and a couple other things.
Anyway, to the moral of the story. After coming home from shopping, I decided to peruse their website. Apparently one can rate the clothes, so I started reading reviews. And every single one was by a 45-54 year old woman.
Do I dress like an