Sinks, tubs and faucets (taps!)

Thoroughly exhausted.  I woke last night to the panicky feeling that I needed to do something, though I had no idea what and then couldn’t get back to sleep – and that was at 2.45am!  I can’t complain though as I have a feeling that my sister is feeling more tired than I am after a marathon labor that produced my new nephew at 6 minutes to midnight last night.  He still has no name which makes me giggle.  It demonstrates how different my sister and I are as I had both my children’s names picked before my third trimester – I think I’d even practiced writing them down and Googled them to check there were no criminals or weirdos with the same names.

This morning was spent having fun picking out tiles, tubs, sinks and faucets for our new master bathroom.  Talk about overwhelming – I had no idea there were so many types of white subway tile, never mind worrying about picking the right kind of sink for the modern aesthetic we’re aiming for.  I even had to get in tubs to check them for comfort which was a tad embarrassing given the unsightly state of my feet after losing a toenail after the weekend’s race!  Anyway I feel like we’re on the right path to the desired end result, though I’m dreading the weeks of turmoil, dust and workmen ahead.

Needing a bit of color I opted to wear my radish Effortless cardigan over my AllSaints Tilly Tee, with my Hudson jeans and Tory Burch navy Eddies.  I love the cardigan and had several complements throughout the day – this color really is one of my favorites.

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3 thoughts on “Sinks, tubs and faucets (taps!)

  1. dinagideon

    I am so happy for your (growing) family! I do find it amazing when folks haven’t picked out a name for their kids, though. Like you, I had mine planned out super early…in fact CW’s name (not CW, but her full name) was chosen by me at 15! My hubby just shrugged his shoulders and said, whatever. 😉

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    1. Poppy's Style Post author

      We just had name confirmation yesterday – Thomas Alex! Sounds like his Dad picked it and then informed everyone – I like it – a good strong and traditional name – like Angus and Hugh! x

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