I know I’ve been all about the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale lately, but everything is just so good, including Nordstrom baby girl! ICYMI: I shared my size 8 try on haul here, and what I actually managed to scoop up at 2:30am. (still paying for that all nighter). Now that I have my adorable Harlow, I
As a first time mom, it’s incredibly overwhelming to shop all things baby. With dozens of brands, and hundreds of products — I’m narrowing down the favorites that Harlow actually used on a daily basis.
Practical, stylish Mothers Day gifts for every budget!
Mothers Day in Chicago | Event and Picnic!
It’s officially been one year with our beloved Frankie bear. Most days are spent chasing her around the house because she’s stolen yet another one of Harlow’s toys. (eye roll) Did I mention the part where Frankie was recommended for the ‘advanced’ class in puppy training? She also enjoys barking as soon as we put Harlow down for a nap. Sound machine inventors, I owe you. But, that Frankie — she has the biggest heart (probably from stealing ours). I honestly can’t imagine life without her in it. It’s our beautiful chaos that I wouldn’t trade for the world.
OK, so I’ve promised you guys a sleep training post and it’s coming, SOON! To get you warmed up, I’m chatting all things sleeping gear. The products that help soothe Harlow to sleep from birth-now (6 months). What worked for her, may not work for your baby — but, I’m hoping to spark some new
It’s Harlow’s first Easter, and I am so excited! Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays — I used to love hunting around the house for my basket. Did anyone else have the same tradition? One year, it was hidden in the dryer! It literally took me forever to find it! My mom
Happy weekend! It’s been such a chaotic month with my rebrand (yay!) site launch, and everything else mama life brings that we decided to head out of town for a much needed escape. Yup, our first family vacay with Harlow in tow. We’re starting off small (getting some practice in) before the big show — California in April.
My second installment in the monthly motherhood series with my dear friends: Emily, Kelly, Shaheen and Blair. Motherhood is a tribe, it’s universal. We all share an unspoken understanding of one another. You know, the one where your baby is literally losing it in the middle aisle of Target, and you desperately need that gallon