My best friend agreed, so we got matching tattoos that say, "I'm Lost." They were nicknamed The Lost Boys and as a result of being the only girl in the group, I was called Wendy.
Initially I just wanted text, but with the honest advice of Alex Passapera at Rising Dragon Tattoo, I decided to add some art.
Whenever I read this book to my daughter she gets very excited at the happy parts and mad at the sad parts. I wasn't shocked by the reactions I received because you can't deny the social stigma that is attached with getting a tattoo. I’m a huge believer in fate, but sometimes it needs a little nudge in the right direction.
This doesn’t just work in bars (which, for the record, is a terrible place to meet nice people). Of course there is the off chance that you’ll approach a dud who for some reason wont see how fantastic you are.
I was just about to read your entire blog because you write so beautifully and I love London and now I see you even postet a Doctor Who gif. I feel like this tattoo sums up everything I was at that exact moment: a girl who had a great group of friends but was totally lost otherwise.
Barely anyone knew about my it, and it became second nature for me to gasp in horror when someone around me talked about the weird person they met with a giant tattoo. When she sees the balloon she screams, "Wow." I love this book because it reminds me that no matter what I do my daughter will be met with challenges and sometimes fall into slumps.


One of my biggest fears is that she comes back from a college spring break vacation with a non-descriptive daisy on her ankle. I wanted to do the opposite: I wanted to remember the moment in time forever with a piece of permanent art on my body in the form of a tattoo. The moment I went into labor I started a two-year battle with sleep deprivation, constant self-doubt, and postpartum depression. I know many moms who got liposuction, tummy tucks, and even vaginal rejuvenation surgeries after they had their kids. I don't want her to get a tattoo just to get a tattoo the same way I don't want her to get plastic surgery just so she can look a certain way. Right, the idea is for the target to catch you looking at them… in the least creepy way possible. Many of my friends decided they wanted to start college with a new nose, stomach, or breasts. I still feel like I am jumping hurdles but something clicked around my daughter's second birthday and I finally felt like a mom.
While many of my mom friends spent thousands of dollars on plastic surgeries, my tattoo only cost $300. Keep chatting to your group of friends but look over at them, fairly intently with a sort of half amused smile. Their parents paid for this and while it seemed weird to me I didn't say anything because if it made them happy.


They couldn't believe I destroyed my body with something that was as permanent as a tattoo. The title was starting to suit me and I wanted to celebrate this milestone with a new tattoo. While they wanted to hide or change what pregnancy did to their bodies I wanted to put artwork on mine.
My friends & I were skinny dipping one morning and a lion came and drank from the pool! While their new body parts were inspired by someone else's idea of perfection, my tattoo is inspired by my daughter's favorite book. When you look at the motivation behind my tattoos they are anything but scandalous so when I thought about what I would say to my own daughter I was shocked by my answer. I want her to live her life with such intensity that it is filled with memorable experiences.



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