(After seven photo shoots and ten drafts of my promised Hispanic Heritage Month post, I'm still not satisfied, so that's going to hang fire a little longer while I enjoy my last Marinela Choco Roll and get some tidying and organizing done. There are still three weeks to the month.)
|The key to happiness is accessorizing.|
Hayden is thrilled with the results.
|At last! A refuge from chaos!|
|Big fluffy white towels!|
|The faucet needs more touch-up paint, damnit.|
Sophie isn't sure about hers, though she hates it less than she hated her homemade dress. Trying to dress Sophie alerted me that she's one of the few gals where I have no idea what personal style I'm aiming for, other than that it's not reflected by the fabric I have around the house.
Meygan chose to wear her shirt with jeans, since leggings in Phoenix in September are very hot and itchy. She loves the look. She especially loves it because it attracted a larger and better monkey.
|Now that is a monkey!|
Here, Elena Rodriguez (a.k.a. Fashionista Sporty, a.k.a. Teresa) sits with Rebecca Essenath Chavez (Pocahontas head on Fashionista Artsy body, which indicates how much Mattel has bleached the main playline, since Artsy is supposed to be African-American) have borrowed Manuel and Abigail's cats, Talavera and Tonala. Both cats are actually in the style of Tonala pottery from Jalisco.