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So not only did we suddenly run into winter here in the frigid tundra of home (aka Minnesota), we also fell into the bitter cold that generally comes during the coldest weeks of the year in January. Prior to having a child – specifically, a mobile child, we’d grit our teeth and get through it. When you’re a grown up, it’s easy to spend more time working, working out, shopping, reading, watching movies…but I’ve realized something: these are all things that don’t mix well with a toddler…Continue
So a couple of weeks ago, I revealed my style icon for the 2014 year: Kate Middleton. I told you to watch for updates, because I’d be talking you through my process between now and the start of the year – and beyond. So what’s the second step in the style upgrade after actually finding your inspiration? It’s figuring out exactly what that icon’s style means to YOU, of…Continue
So back in the day – well, about six months ago – when my little man was around eight months old, he started standing while holding the furniture. He would take a few steps while hanging onto the couch. We thought for sure he was going to walk by ten months. But then the ten month marker rolled around, and he really wasn’t that interested in walking. He loved to crawl, he’d walk three or four steps, but nothing more. So, we waited.
Then he turned a year. And still…Continue
Tonight is one of those nights where I just feel like I have nothing left to give. It’s one of those things that sometimes (commonly) happens when you’re a parent. You’re drained. Exhausted. Life is busy, everyone’s pulling you in a different direction and it just so happens that tonight, at the end of the day, I want to curl up on my couch and cry. Or drink. Because today is one of those days where I have nothing left for me.
After taking care of everyone and dealing with…Continue