Thursday, September 29, 2016

Stuff & Things

I had a bunch of weird little half assed posts in my drafts and decided to combine them all for a Stuff & Things post today with Kristin and Joey.

I loved Lauren's post here about real life and then Kait posted things she doesn't blog about so I thought I would share some real life tidbits, but I got stumped after like 2 things.

Real life is Chelsea having issues going to the bathroom and walking around with a very large turd stuck to her. We had to rinse her off, which she obviously loved, and it smelled so bad, I started gagging. The other cats freaked out because Chelsea never freaks out, Millie started hissing and Millie never hisses, Chelsea has more hair than everyone in our house put together and took forever to dry and no-one was a happy camper that night. and would you have a look at my back?



Also, real life is I refuse to throw those Woody Woodpecker boxer shorts out because my uncle got them for me and he calls me Woody, and it's not weird. They have no elastic and several holes, but nope. Not throwing them out.

Real life is our king bed - that we bought back in October (don't you love using your blog to look back on random shit?) - is sitting on the floor, just on the box spring thingy. I want a frame, but it has to touch the floor, there can be no space. Why, you ask? Because cats are bitches. Also, it's just what I want. Maybe. I think. Either way, we decided it wasn't a priority and my bed is sitting on the floor. So classy.

The bed below is the one I do want. It's fairly cheap as in still a shit ton of money but not like a million dollars. But now I'm thinking, do I want that one? Can the cats get underneath it? You'd be surprised what cats can shimmy underneath. Should I just buy a different kind of bed with plenty of room underneath it for storage, thus stopping the cat problem? 


The reason our cats are bitches underneath beds is that when we had our old bed, the box spring sat on slats or something, but you could see the bottom of the box spring (if you were a cat underneath the bed looking up at it). Penny somehow got inside the box spring and it was just hell all the time. Add another 2 cats into the mix, and fighting underneath the bed happens a lot, and since KC and I can't fit under the bed or inside the box spring, we want to avoid the cats getting in there as well. I know I could put a fitted sheet over the box spring so they can't get inside it, we actually did that with the old bed in the spare room, but that door is always closed and no-one sleeps in there anyway.

If the bed sat high enough above the floor, the cats could lay under there and fight if they wanted to, and unless they were doing some high jumps and kicks, we wouldn't feel it (like we would in a lower to the floor bed). You know?

Also, our bed (on the floor) and two nightstands (that we use for clothes) barely fit in our teeny tiny master. I'm afraid if we get that big bed up there, it won't fit. But one day if we have a bigger master (or more closet space so we don't have to use nightstands for clothes) I might want it?

Another style of bed I like without it hitting the floor is something like this:
 I know, completely different style. Or this one:


Can I put a box spring on that one as well as the mattress? I know it would be super high, but I don't like how low the mattress is. Although the bed in general is pretty low to the floor and the cats would get under it for sure.

I spend way too much time and energy thinking about this, I know.

Moving on.

I was browsing the pinterest board I made for my trip next year, and I noticed the caption on an outfit, where the girl was wearing hunter rain boots....
I know it looks like wrote it, but I 100% did not. I don't look at captions when I pin things, especially outfits. So. I have 2 things to say:

1. I was pretty against Hunter boots because they are super expensive! But I got them for $80 last year at Costco and let me tell you, best bloody eighty bucks I ever spent. They are fabulously well made, comfy and so sorry stranger on the internet, I wore them in the snow and they were way better than my snow boots. My feet didn't get cold and um.. yep. That's about it.

2. If you're gonna call someone out for being a 'moron' please explain what the f*ck enfasis is. Do you mean emphasis? HAHAHA.

A few weeks ago, this photo popped up on my timehop:


It's one of my favourite funny stories/photos of KC. I was holding that baby and my MIL asked me to do something, so I handed the baby to KC, who was sitting on the couch. I just plopped the baby on his lap (over his arm) and figured KC would adjust. All he did was put his hand on top of the baby's head. Hilarious. I came back 15 minutes later and they were still like that.

I started watching Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries on Monday night. Jamie had recommended it a month or so ago, and really it didn't look like my cup of tea. But it totally is. I finished season 1 last night. Obsessed. I really don't watch a lot of TV, not because I'm too cool for school with my books or whatever, but reading generally holds my attention for longer. I get bored of TV shows and haven't finished a season, let alone a series, of any of the last 10+ shows I started - this one is the first in a long time. Don't get me wrong, I can waste away on the couch in front of the TV for 8 hours no problems, I just normally choose HGTV or movies.


Anyway that is the gif that Jamie used and it totally sold me and I about squealed when it showed up and I recognised it in the first season. GAH. I SHIP THEM SO HARD.

It's kind of like Downton Abbey mixed with Castle? That's my take on it.. I just love all the characters and it is so freaking funny I regularly squeal and laugh and GAH. I just love it so much. I was afraid it would be too gory or murder/mystery focused, but it's not. I mean it is focused on the murders and stuff, but it's good, promise.

Also, it's Australian! Set in the 20s, but still. I think this is the first Australian show I have ever liked, I kid you not.

LOVE IT.

You should watch it.

Um... that's about it for today!

Just a quick reminder that next Thursday (the 6th) is the next What's New With You link up.

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So, what kind of bed should I get? 

61 comments:

  1. haha the bed struggle is real. right now jack can get under it and i don't like it. when the fire alarm goes off in my building i cannot get to him and that is not gonna work. i want one where there is no space but where the mattress lifts up so i can put storage stuff under. it's something we all think about! that photo of KC and the baby is too cute and the story behind it is even better!

    xoxo cheshire kat

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  2. I'm intrigued by that show.

    My dogs slither under beds on their fat stomachs and I have to call them out and it's a pain in the ass. I say get a storage bed or one that's high enough for those bitches to fight under without disturbing you.

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  3. Cats! I don't see how ya do it. They make me nervous. That sounds crazy now that I type that out, hehe. HA at the baby pic. Just sittin' on his arm.

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  4. we have a japanese frame for our king so no underneath part. It has 4 drawers in the base so more storage room!!

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  5. So many cute beds! I would just close your eyes and point at one. We got a big sleigh bed from Levin a few years ago and I love it, but it takes up so much space. Next one will be much more minimal.

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  6. I know the cat story isn't funny... but imagining all of that going down is a little hilarious. And all the time you spent thinking about the bed :) And the Pinterest police who couldn't spell "emphasis." Hahahahahaha!

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  7. Oh cats hahaha they're such silly, emotional little beasts! Your poor back! As for the bed, I like the last one...kitties look like they'll be super comfortable under it ;)

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  8. Poop + cat hair never mixes well. Luna has run out of the litter box with poop attached to a hair coming out of her butt before. I have now learned you shouldn't pull things out of cats' butts and to cut the poop/hair off instead, but either way it is never fun chasing down a cat with a poop stuck to them. I like that first bed, but the metal bed is nice and simple, too. Hahaha KC is a great child holder. I am going to check out that show because I can't find anything I feel like watching. I have tried an episode of about 5 different shows lately and am not feeling them. But I've also been reading a bunch, so sometimes I just don't feel in the mood to watch TV shows (HGTV doesn't count... of course I watch that).

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  9. LOL I love that picture of KC & the baby. I never read/change the captions on pins either & a couple of times I've had people comment to me about them. I agree, if you're going to call someone out, at least make sure you can spell.

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  10. Ok I love all of those beds you chose! They're all so pretty! And that picture of KC with the baby is hilarious. Men just don't really know what to do when it comes to babies do they??? Ha!

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  11. We got a high bed for our new house with drawers underneath. Our bedroom doesn't have much storage space (we have our wardrobes in a different room) so having drawers under the bed is really handy! Also I think high beds look nice. There would be no room for cats under there. Thanks for the show recommendation. I loved Downton Abbey and shows set in the past so it sounds like something I might like

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  12. OUCH!! Been there friend, when a cat freaks out it is the WORST! I have been wanting a pair of Hunter boots but I just cannot spend that much. I heard that Costco sells them for cheap and now I'm just waiting for them to show up again, because I would 100% spend 80 bucks on them! Just not $150.

    Lastly where can I watch that show? Netflix? Cuz it looks right up my alley too!

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  13. hahaha about the baby picture- KC was probably so nervous being in charge of a baby! That's adorable.

    Sorry about the cats, yowza! That sounds like all kinds of fun and I know how much cats just love getting wet, lol.

    We have a bed that looks virtually identical to the last one you posted, we like it! No box spring on it so we are pretty low. And I'm sure a cat could wiggle under it even though it's a small gap. The 2nd bed might be your best choice!

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  14. This whole post has me giggling out loud. I love how you write, I feel like we're just hanging out and having a conversation!

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  15. FYI if you do decide to go the under-bed-storage route. If you have a night stand, often this blocks the drawer closest to it. At least with the set I bought. The nightstand was part of the bed set, so I figured it would be flush. No. When the bed and nightstand were both pushed against the wall, if you had the nightstand a reasonable distance for short arms to be able to turn off the lamp, the 1st drawer would not open unless the night stand was moved.

    That said, I LOVE my under-bed storage. All the bed linens go in there, which saves on closet space and is more convenient that traipsing all over the house to acquire sheets, usually at well-past-bedtime.

    Pets are gross. Meri has been having some serious eye gunk this year, I think because of allergies, because she has also been scratching viciously at her face, which has caused her to have a scab, which she keeps scratching off making a bigger scab. So between cleaning out her yellow stringy eye gookies, I've also been applying neosporin to her nose to hopefully help heal up the scab some so she will stop scratching it. As it is, she's already going to have a scar. If she doesn't stop scratching, I'm going to have to put her in a cone of shame, and no one loves that.

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  16. My friends tiny dog used to get up in their box spring, too!!! That is the funniest thing, but I can also see how it would be super annoying haha. And the picture of KC with the baby made me laugh out loud - that so would have been Nick a year ago, but now when Haddie is fussy he's like get out of my way I got this, lol!

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  17. OHHHH your back!!! We have to clip our girls nails & she literally screams the worst high pitch scream before you even touch her. It freaks all the other dogs out.

    Dont you love when someone is being rude & misspell a word. Idiots.

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  18. Hunter boots are, in fact, snow boots as well as rain boots, so I don't understand at all. That person is just... wrong. And illiterate.
    For the bed, do you have a box spring and a high mattress? I think if you get a low to the ground bed, you have to be careful it isn't too low overall. Since you're tall, you'd hate it if the bed was too low in the room. (I know John does.) That would be my only concern. If the height is ok, make it go all the way down - less cleaning of cat hair that way ;)

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  19. Australian TV seems weird to me. There's absolutely no basis for fact or personal experience in that statement. That show seems like fun, though.

    We got our king bed because of the dogs. They don't sleep under the bed but in bed and there was just no room anymore.

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  20. Ugh what a weird and really rude pinterest caption. LOL. Spelling is really horrific. Yikes. I want a king bed SO badly. I love old fashioned things, and we have this lovely full sized antique bed frame and I LOOOOVE it... so I kind of want something really spiffy... but that's like a million MORE dollars. :) I like the ones that have drawers or whatever underneath because I agree, #catprobs . Um, I need to watch that show. It sounds awesome. Seriously. And I need to freakin' finish Downton. XO - Alexandra

    Simply Alexandra: My Favorite Things

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  21. Thanks for linking back to me because I totally forgot about that post (like you said, thanks blogs for keeping our memories) and I love your take on it. Bathing cats is awful. On the bed front, I totally relate because my cat used to be able to get inside our box spring and he would hide there when he thought he would have to go to the vet. I have pretty much the wrought iron bed you linked to and there are lots of support beams that go side to side, so he can no longer crawl inside, but he can mechanic crawl underneath and scratch the fabric just to make noise and be a jerk. Ugh cats!

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  22. Bathing cats sounds like a total nightmare. And probably about as simple as herding cats. Which is my go-to comparison for when people are acting like nimrods.

    I can understand how you wouldn't want cats rogue-ly hanging out under your bed like it's a seedy back alleyway. I tend to go for higher up beds. Because I can get in and out easier than a low down bed. But, I also just prefer to be up higher. My bed in college was on risers and I literally either needed a running start or a chair to get into it and it was PERFECTION.

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  23. Ahhhh those Woody Woodpecker boxers - love it! And girl the struggle is real trying to find an affordable tufted headboard and rails. We purchased ours from Overstock a few years ago, and couldn't be happier with it. It was a fraction of the price of furniture stores and free shipping/delivery. Total win-win :-D
    Green Fashionista

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  24. The turd thing with cats and long hair! The struggle is all too real! I deal with that with Sgt Pepper too. I've actually had to hold him in a head lock and CUT it out of his fur. It was so gross and it made me late to work too!
    I do love the first bed you have pictured. It's beautiful. Personally, Tony and I are having to look at getting a new bed and I really love the ones with drawers and storage beneath it to save space, but that's just me.
    I don't ever look at the captions when I pin either and then I go back and read some of them and think...man I should've changed that HA
    Also, I don't understand why you can't wear rain boots in the snow? Isn't snow just as wet as rain if not worse because it's cold? This person is clearly an idiot.

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  25. We have a low bed with about 1" of clearance and although it's nice that our cat can't get under there, it's a pain in the ASS to clean under. Cat hair settles underneath the bed and it completely covers the floor before I even realize it's been a few weeks since I vacuumed. We're looking at getting a taller bed with enough room for storage, mostly so I can vacuum under it without having to get my husband to pick up the bed while I pray it doesn't fall on my head while I'm under there. If the cat hides under there...oh well, I guess. But then, I only have one, and therefore don't have the cat-fight problem. We DO have the poop-butt problem, though. So gross.

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  26. OUchie your back!!! Darn kitties not wanting baths! And I totally get what you mean about there being space under the bed that animals take advantage of. Gracie tore up underneath our last bed. And the short time that we had Livvy...she tore up under the guest bed. What is wrong with them? I loved that headboard you are looking at though!!! So pretty! What kind of mattress did you get? Chris and I want to get a king bed.

    I never read the pinterest comments either when I pin something. Oops. I am laughing so hard at that picture of KC with the baby. I think that is something Chris probably would have done as well.

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  27. Emeril, my cat before Max, had massive constipation issues. Like to the point where he was having monthly enemas. I'd have to take him home from the vet and throw him the bathtub because he had stinky ass. It was not fun for either of us. And he refused to let me blow dry him afterwards so he would sit and sulk. I understand your pain. And the pain of cats under the bed. Since I only have Max, there is no fighting issue, but it still makes me a bit nervous. I can't fit under the bed either so it's a good hiding space for vet appointments, etc. I like the last bed, although agree it is low to the ground. Also, I don't know how your cats are but it looks like the kind of material that Max would love to use as a scratching post. I have a nice bench in front of me bed that someone has destroyed with his claws.

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  28. Oh Chelsea, poor thing! And you and KC and the rest of the kitties too, yikes.

    My bed is lifted on a frame because I need the underneath for storage (Or I could probably, now that I've cleared so much other clutter, get rid of it...hm. I smell a project coming on.) but It's higher than I'd like it to be. David's bed is on the floor and it's just super cozy but he has no box spring so it's too low for me. Such a Goldilocks situation, haha. I want a platform low bed with like drawers or something underneath, but that'll probably wait till I move I guess. But also I love the headboard and footboard of the second pic you posted. GAH, why is picking a bed so hard!?

    That cats in the boxspring situation sounds actually terrifying. Don't blame you for not messing with that situation!

    OMG, I love that on the internet it's almost guaranteed that a person calling another person stupid or a moron will have misspelled something. It's beautiful. And umm I wear my rainboots in the snow because they have traction and my biggest concern is not getting my feet wet. What the hell does it matter? Let it go, lady.

    Hahahah that picture of KC!

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  29. That picture / story of KC had me laughing out loud at work. :) I love your ramble about the beds. I love all the ones you have chosen. My brother and sister in law's cat gets up in the box springs, too, or at least she did so you better believe that guest bedroom door is pretty much always closed!

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  30. Can I recommend another Aussie TV show? Love Child! It is set in the 60s/70s in Kings Cross and it is my favourite Australian show. The cast are AWESOME. There's been 3 seasons but they are short so it is very binge-watchable :)

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  31. Oh my god your bed situation I find so entertaining! It's truly a conundrum and one no one without cats would understand! We have so much storage under our bed I need that space but we also don't have cats anymore so. And getting in the box spring!!! Grrrr. It's an issue. I don't envy you. KC is hilarious with the baby. Obviously. And here's to it almost being Friday!!!

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  32. LOL "Hello, human child. *patpat*" Cute photo. All of those beds look cute. When I was in the US and had a hole in my box-spring, Neal used to climb in there and I'd just have to wait for him to come out. Luckily, the bed I have now doesn't have a box-spring so I don't have to worry about it.
    I'm SO bad at watching new TV shows. I always wait until the hype dies down, even if it takes years. But this show sounds interesting! If I can watch it here, I will!

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  33. You've sold me on Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries! It sounds fantastic :)

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  34. I love that first bed! It looks so cozy. Also, I never should have let my husband talk me into just a queen size bed. A king would be divine! Oh goodness, now I'm wondering what all of the captions for all of the things I've pinned say.

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  35. Oh, mercy! The cat dingleberry debacle was hilarious but the outcome (your back) is not funny at all. Wow! Cats, as lovable as they are, can be down right finicky, too.

    The bed options... Girl, I have no idea. I know that the next bed I get, I would like one with drawers built underneath to maximize storage. Good luck with this!

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  36. So that Wayfair bed looks similar to ours, but maybe even taller than ours, and I think a box spring would be fine on ours, so I'd imagine it'd be fine on that one! We used to just sleep on a metal bed frame like you get when you buy a mattress and box spring and our shorter dog LOVED going under there. Our new bed doesn't have enough room and she was CRUSHED when she figured that out. Ha! She also can't go under the couch anymore (well, won't) because of the slippery laminate floor instead of carpet. Rough life for her.

    DYING over that baby story! I'm scared of holding babies. LOVE looking at them and melting at the cuteness, scared to hold them. So I would totally do that. Michael, on the other hand, picked up a stranger's baby in the Seattle Center once. (Not creepy, I swear.) We were walking through the grass and this couple was sitting and their baby was crawling away towards us, and we probably said 'hi' or whatever because he was cute, and they go, "You can pick him up if you want." Honestly I think they just didn't want to get up and grab him...hahaha! I was like, this must not be their first kid because they are not uptight at ALL.

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  37. When I was in college my ferret used to get under my bed, like inside the boxspring, and go to sleep wayyyy back in the corner of the bed. I used to be late for class all the time because it took forever to get her to wake up and get out of there! Our cats (well, just the one now) have never been big on getting under the bed, but when we first moved here ours did spend the first couple weeks under it.
    We got a Malm bed from Ikea when we got our king mattress, and I always thought those belonged in a dorm room or first apartment but oh well. We liked the minimal style but mostly the fact that it has drawers underneath! I really couldn't find a normal/grown-up bed with storage that I liked. Our old bed was also from Ikea but we put like no thought into which one we got - it was definitely harder to pick the right bed this time than I thought it would be!

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  38. Dudeeeeee do you have ninja cats or what?! That's crazy - now I understand your bed musts, hahaha!

    That rain boots comment is SO bitchy hahaha. I never look at captions when pinning either so now I'm worried what people might think I'm saying. Oops.



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  39. Ugh our dog sleeps under the bed. He doesn't have a kennel or a crate (neither of them do), so under the bed is his safe place. And yes, he's ripped apart the lining on the underside of the boxspring.

    Your back looks like my legs do after I try to clean the dog's teeth.

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  40. I wipe Astro's butt. He hasn't ever had a whole turd there...he just, you know, needed a wipe. And, since he sits with his butt in my face half the time that I'm at home, I need it to be clean. So, I wipe his butt. Neil thinks this is SO funny because I went from being a non-cat person to loving my cats so much I want them to have clean buttholes.
    Before I moved here, I had a bed like that black iron one. I miss it. :(
    "enfasis" bahahahahahahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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  41. Oh man, that is quite the dilemma with that cats. I would go for bed with storage underneath. That is what I have and it's really great. I love having the big drawers under neath. They are great for hiding stuff away. The cats will just need to deal. haaha I'm so mean. Ok, that baby story is so funny and that picture is adorable. My only question is, didn't his arm hurt after while with the baby sitting on it?? I know babies don't weigh alot but still.

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  42. I've seen that Miss Fisher's show advertised a couple times, and now I think I need to watch it! Downton mixed with Castle? I'll take it. That black iron bed has been on my wish list forever for our guest room, so obviously I love that one. How funny is KC holding that baby?!

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  43. I'm loving the real life-ness, keep it coming! Makes me feel like my life of chaos is completely normal :) I haven't had to wash a turd off anyone this week though so I'm counting that as a win.

    Our bed is a metal framed one, kind of like the second one you posted. Personally I like it, it works well in small spaces because visually it doesn't take up a lot of room. However, if you want to do under bed storage pretty much anything you do will look messy, and those bars may or may not get in the way. The first one you posted is pretty!

    (P.S. I genuinely don't know what a box spring is. US-UK translation please??!)

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  44. Oh man. I'm sorry, I shouldn't laugh at this but how can you not? Hopefully you were laughing too! Although your back... ouch! Hope Chelsea no longer has issues! And I was seriously dying over the Pinterest thing. I never read captions either but I might start to now! HAHAHA! <3, Pamela Sequins & Sea Breezes

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  45. So many pretty beds! I've been thinking of getting a new one too, but the prices. Gah! And OMG/haha on the Pinterest text. I always think the same thing when I see other people's comments when I repin!

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  46. I am LOLing pretty hard right now over that photo with KC and the baby - that is just too perfect! The caption on your pin is crazy and she totally spelled that word wrong! I too love my hunter's and bought them on mega sale 6 years ago and still wear them - great investment! xo, Biana

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  47. Hahaha if it makes you feel any better, our king mattress and box spring have been sitting on the floor for over a year now! I can't make up my mind on what bed frame I want, and then when I do find something, I get all cheap and think, well we can wait a bit longer. But I told Jim we HAVE to have bed frame before the baby comes so that will be our Christmas present to ourselves.

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  48. Poor Chelsea. :( Some people without kids think that us no-kids couples don't deal with gross/awkward stuff...but we definitely have some moments with the cats and dogs!

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  49. This is a perfect first post for me to read to catch up on all I missed while I was gone! Ah, all the random things - I love it! Also, the cats-under-the-bed thing has literally never occurred to me. That sounds super pleasant (not).

    Hope Chelsea is feeling better soon!

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  50. I really like that third bed that's pictured. I'd never heard of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, until now.

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  51. hahaha OMG KC. Men are so weird I tell you. I remember when my best friend had a baby and we left him with my boyfriend. We came back to find him with the baby laying across her chest, playing with his ear while he watched sports. Most uncomfortable positioning ever but he could care less.
    Also, the whole cat debacle went over my head, as I don't have any pets, but girl, you gotta do whatever you gotta do to stop that from ever happening to your back again. OMG.

    KARI

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  52. I want that bed too.....PLEASE!

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  53. This post had me laughing out loud. First, did a cat do that to your back??? Good gracious! Second, enfasis. Took me a second to realize what they were trying to say but oh my god. That's hilarious. Third, the way KC is holding that baby! I can't stop laughing at it.

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  54. hahaha that Pinterest caption made me laugh out loud! I rarely pay attention or change captions and sometimes they are kind of out there-- why so dramatic over a pair of boots? haha. And I can't imagine trying to give Chelsea a bath-- you are brave! I like all of the beds you picked out, but after you mentioned the cats getting underneath I totally understand wanting one that goes all the way to the floor.

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  55. We don't have pets but we have been struggling with what new bed frame to get- if one at all! Haha. Our bedroom is SO tiny I need something very slim that won't add much space to the room and we debate back and forth if we should get one that has storage underneath. I am not good at grownup, big purchases!!

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  56. Your cat stories!!! So so classic! These random posts are some of my favorites!

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  57. Pets and bathroom mishaps are the worst haha! I don't even know how I'll handle a kid pooping. And I totally want Hubtdr Boots but just can't justify them since CA has been in drought since before I was born and I'd never get to wear them :(

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  58. Yikes on the cat scratches but turds have to go! LOL! I'm loving the new trend with the fabric/tufted headboards . . . thought on that - would your cats scratch that? Like a scratching post thing? I don't have a cat but that's what I thought when I saw those kind! I don't have Hunter boots but I want a pair . . . I've heard great things! KC with the baby makes me giggle - I bet he'll be an amazing dad too, despite his current hands off approach!

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  59. I'm going to have to check out that show!

    KC and the baby are so cute!

    My dogs totally get under the bed! They aren't as bad as cats getting out of there but they do like to drag miscellaneous socks under the bed and then eat them!

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  60. Those woody woodpecker shorts are kick ass! HAHHA

    You scored Hunters for 80 bucks at Costco?! What what?! I would never spend the million dollars they cost but for that, hells yeah. Good score.

    I was literally laughing like a banshee just a second ago at KC's picture holding the baby. LOLOLOL!

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