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Submit   Ask Me Anything =]   Im miss MIStreated MISplaced and MISunderstood Miss "no way its all good" easily MIStaken always second guessing and Underestimated BUT annnnyyywhooo Welcome to my life! At heart ima wild flower child /(free birdie) just waiting to break out of my shell!, free spirited my mind is forever in the clouds i dont ever wanna come down! Escape the norm you are now entering into a galaxy where no one conforms! Space bound! Feel free to ask me anythinggg i dont bite ;) unless you like that kinda stuff :p Respect my thoughts as i respect yours! Not here to judge just wanna party and bullshittt :D

twitter.com/LoveBadu:

    sooskybound:

    Love…never lose sight of it.

    And I don’t mean between you and another person but within yourself. Love what you do, spread love in your own way, and love who you are.

    — 1 week ago with 18 notes
    newtonandhermann:

jackpowerx:

fuckyesfeminist:

Average size mannequin with average size woman.

The problem, in one picture.

I never realized until seeing this picture that my interpretation of an average size woman has become REALLY SKEWED oh my god I wanna cry

    newtonandhermann:

    jackpowerx:

    fuckyesfeminist:

    Average size mannequin with average size woman.

    The problem, in one picture.

    I never realized until seeing this picture that my interpretation of an average size woman has become REALLY SKEWED oh my god I wanna cry

    (via raycheebones)

    — 1 week ago with 457209 notes
    dynastylnoire:

undefinednation:

Boost this, please!!! I don’t know Shayla but she was in my homeroom- I saw her almost every day. I just found out about her missing status and I’m shocked. Spread the word in any way you can, especially people in Queens and within Delaware County in Pennsylvania!

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

    dynastylnoire:

    undefinednation:

    Boost this, please!!! I don’t know Shayla but she was in my homeroom- I saw her almost every day. I just found out about her missing status and I’m shocked. Spread the word in any way you can, especially people in Queens and within Delaware County in Pennsylvania!

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

    (via untouchmyhair)

    — 1 week ago with 9416 notes
    studentmotherlife:

A scary truth about car seats is that four out of five of them are used incorrectly. Yet I would be willing to bet that five out of five parents genuinely believe that they are the exception and that their babes are safely snuggled into their correctly-installed car seats. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Some of the biggest mistakes that are made involve the chest clip and harness straps.
A lot of parents simply buckle the chest clip at whatever position it happens to be in and think that is sufficient. But the chest clip GOES ACROSS THE CHEST. It should be at armpit level, where the vital organs are protected by the ribcage and sternum.
Also to be considered is the harness straps. A hugely common mistake is having the straps way too loose - there should not be any slack. Try the “pinch test”: pinch the straps at shoulder level to ensure that there is no slack and that they are comfortably snug. 
Then take a look at where the straps are coming out of the slots at the back of the car seat and their relation to your child’s shoulders. They should be coming out at or below shoulder level if your child is rear-facing. If your child is forward-facing, they should be coming out at or above shoulder level. This may require re-lacing the straps through a higher or lower slot.
Since we’re getting into the cooler months, I’m also going to highlight the fact that bulky winter coats pose a serious risk when worn under the harness in a car seat. It is impossible to adequately tighten the straps when it worn; in an accident, the coat will compress and the child’s risk of serious injury sky rockets. To determine if the coat is safe, buckle your child in without a coat and tighten the straps as you normally would. Use the pinch test to make sure that they are snug enough. Now, without adjusting the harness, buckle the child in the car seat with the coat on. If you have to adjust the harness, then the coat is too bulky. A good alternative is to buy a fleece or another jacket with a similar fit, and then cover your child with a blanket after buckling him. Or, after buckling him in, turn the winter coat around with their arms through the arm holes and use it as a blanket that way. These are much, much safer habits as they do not interfere with the harness.
And lastly, PLEASE MAX OUT THE REAR-FACING LIMITS.Forward-facing should not be a rushed milestone. I know that, legally, a child can be forward-faced at 1 year and 20 pounds. (Though, terrifying as it is, I’ve seen children foward-faced before then.) However, this is waaay too early. Children’s spines aren’t nearly mature enough to take the impact of an accident and they should be kept rear-facing as long as the car seat allows. There always has to be a minimum, but when it comes to the safety of our children, shouldn’t we go for the maximum? Most car seats allow rear-facing up to 35-45 pounds and around 50 inches. Children are 500% safer rear-facing until at least two years old. The goal should be to keep them rear-facing until at least two years old and as close to four as possible. Know the limits of your car seat and shoot for the maximum. Be informed about car seat safety and don’t take it for granted. Keep your babes safe!

    studentmotherlife:

    A scary truth about car seats is that four out of five of them are used incorrectly. Yet I would be willing to bet that five out of five parents genuinely believe that they are the exception and that their babes are safely snuggled into their correctly-installed car seats. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Some of the biggest mistakes that are made involve the chest clip and harness straps.

    • A lot of parents simply buckle the chest clip at whatever position it happens to be in and think that is sufficient. But the chest clip GOES ACROSS THE CHEST. It should be at armpit level, where the vital organs are protected by the ribcage and sternum.

    • Also to be considered is the harness straps. A hugely common mistake is having the straps way too loose - there should not be any slack. Try the “pinch test”: pinch the straps at shoulder level to ensure that there is no slack and that they are comfortably snug.

    • Then take a look at where the straps are coming out of the slots at the back of the car seat and their relation to your child’s shoulders. They should be coming out at or below shoulder level if your child is rear-facing. If your child is forward-facing, they should be coming out at or above shoulder level. This may require re-lacing the straps through a higher or lower slot.

    • Since we’re getting into the cooler months, I’m also going to highlight the fact that bulky winter coats pose a serious risk when worn under the harness in a car seat. It is impossible to adequately tighten the straps when it worn; in an accident, the coat will compress and the child’s risk of serious injury sky rockets. To determine if the coat is safe, buckle your child in without a coat and tighten the straps as you normally would. Use the pinch test to make sure that they are snug enough. Now, without adjusting the harness, buckle the child in the car seat with the coat on. If you have to adjust the harness, then the coat is too bulky. A good alternative is to buy a fleece or another jacket with a similar fit, and then cover your child with a blanket after buckling him. Or, after buckling him in, turn the winter coat around with their arms through the arm holes and use it as a blanket that way. These are much, much safer habits as they do not interfere with the harness.

    And lastly, PLEASE MAX OUT THE REAR-FACING LIMITS.Forward-facing should not be a rushed milestone. I know that, legally, a child can be forward-faced at 1 year and 20 pounds. (Though, terrifying as it is, I’ve seen children foward-faced before then.) However, this is waaay too early. Children’s spines aren’t nearly mature enough to take the impact of an accident and they should be kept rear-facing as long as the car seat allows. There always has to be a minimum, but when it comes to the safety of our children, shouldn’t we go for the maximum? Most car seats allow rear-facing up to 35-45 pounds and around 50 inches. Children are 500% safer rear-facing until at least two years old. The goal should be to keep them rear-facing until at least two years old and as close to four as possible. Know the limits of your car seat and shoot for the maximum.

    Be informed about car seat safety and don’t take it for granted. Keep your babes safe!

    (via delightsanddiscomforts)

    — 1 week ago with 42 notes
    2 AM thoughts

    bobbierayy:

    In the beginning they do all they can to get you and once they have you the things they used to do slowly comes to a halt. I want someone who’s going to continue to love me flaws and all. Someone who’s gonna keep doing the little things that matter. Someone who’s gonna bust there ass to impress me everyday. Someone who’s gonna love me the way that I love them.

    Omg yesss I swear this was meant for me because I’m going thru this right now nd these are my exact feelings/ thought smdh

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    browngurl:

“My mother used to say to me, ‘You can’t eat beauty, it doesn’t feed you.’ And these words played and bothered me, I didn’t really understand them until finally I realised that beauty was not a thing that I could acquire or consume. It was something that I just had to be. And what my mother meant by saying that you can’t eat beauty is that you can’t rely on beauty to sustain you.
“What actually sustains us, what is fundamentally beautiful is compassion for yourself and those around you. That kind of beauty enflames the heart and enchants the soul. It is what got Patsey in so much trouble with her master. But it is also what has kept her story alive to this day. We remember the beauty of her spirit even though the beauty of her body has faded away.
“And so I hope that my presence on your screens and in magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel the validation for your beauty, but also get to the deeper business of feeling beautiful inside. There is no shade in that beauty.”

    browngurl:

    “My mother used to say to me, ‘You can’t eat beauty, it doesn’t feed you.’ And these words played and bothered me, I didn’t really understand them until finally I realised that beauty was not a thing that I could acquire or consume. It was something that I just had to be. And what my mother meant by saying that you can’t eat beauty is that you can’t rely on beauty to sustain you.

    “What actually sustains us, what is fundamentally beautiful is compassion for yourself and those around you. That kind of beauty enflames the heart and enchants the soul. It is what got Patsey in so much trouble with her master. But it is also what has kept her story alive to this day. We remember the beauty of her spirit even though the beauty of her body has faded away.

    “And so I hope that my presence on your screens and in magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel the validation for your beauty, but also get to the deeper business of feeling beautiful inside. There is no shade in that beauty.”

    (via neffyfrofro)

    — 1 week ago with 864 notes