Who loves a good Free People Sweater? I do! I do! I’m partnering with Nordstrom today to style this look and share more pretty sweaters for fall. I can’t believe sweater season is just around the corner (or at least I hope it is!).
I keep getting messages on Instagram as to why Louise is still in the NICU, especially when she look so big and healthy. So I wanted to share a quick update on her health and when she might be coming home. (Warning: I am a tad emotional as I write this.)
I’m thrilled to partner with Nordstrom today to bring y’all some workout clothing ideas for the guys in your life, plus the new jacket I gave my sweet husband to wear this fall (which, after this stressful summer, can’t get here soon enough!).
I love a good high-low shirt and this one from Nordstrom is the perfect one to add to my fall wardrobe for an easy everyday outfit. Plus, I’m sharing a few high-quality t-shirt bras that are worth the investment, including the nursing bra I recently bought.
While my girls were with their grandparents last week I got so much back-to-school shopping accomplished. But not just for them – I found some fun back to school things for myself as well! Nordstrom had recently asked me to explore their designer department so I had the time to browse through their exquisite selection and daydream about some of my favorites. I can’t wait to show you what I found.
After recently having an extended hospital stay, I wanted to jot down all the kind and thoughtful things friends and family did for me. Plus, a few hospital etiquette faux pas to avoid. You might not need this post right now, but file it (or pin it) away because it might be helpful in the future. (And please add your suggestions to the comments section of the post. Your ideas are so helpful to other readers!)
There are few things more thoughtful than baking a homemade gift for someone. My friend and fellow blogger, Alicia Wood from The Lush List, made me the most delicious cookies (5 dozen of them!) and then wrapped them up carefully in saran wrap and ziploc bags in small batches so I could freeze and then take them out as needed. They were so yu,,y I asked her for the recipe so I could share it with y’all.