This post is very different from the usual home decor content I post but I've been thinking about self-care a lot lately. My youngest is still not sleeping through the night and most days I run on autopilot, doing all the mom things and counting down the hours to bedtime. Once bedtime rolls around, … [Read more...]
A New Baby and a Long Overdue Update!
It's been a while, guys. A really long while. The last post I published was almost exactly a year ago- when I was gearing up for the One Room Challenge. If you're wondering where I've been since then, well, the pandemic issued a pretty large surprise to us in the form of a brand new baby girl! So … [Read more...]
That Time I Broke My Wrist…
Guys! Its been forever, right? Two months, to be more accurate, but it has felt like years since my last blog post! The culprit? Summer time madness and one broken wrist. It was, in a word, terrible. Not only did it hurt like hell, but breaking my right wrist meant I was more or less out of … [Read more...]
‘Tis the season for Reflection, Family & Carving Out New Traditions
Between the mall Santa's and the sales, holiday gift lists and the daily routines of life, it's easy to get up caught up in the "season" and forget to reflect on what this time of year can really mean. As a family, whether you believe in the meaning of Christmas religiously or simply exchange gifts … [Read more...]
One Year Later…
Reflecting on Our First Year in LA
I was so busy today, I didn't realize until just a few minutes ago that today is the 19th. This day marks one full year in LA for us. One year ago, we woke up to our first morning in Pasadena. To say we were excited and and more than a little overwhelmed would be something of an understatement. The … [Read more...]
It’s Moving Day!
It's Moving Day! Welcome, controlled chaos. We are leaving beautiful, lively Pasadena behind and moving to the mountains! I'm terribly excited although it is bittersweet. Luckily, we will still be fairly close to Pas although where we are moving to feels completely different. Much less urban, for … [Read more...]