Much like the super blooms of California or the cherry blossoms in DC, tourists, Instagrammers, and bloggers all flock to Meeting Street in downtown Charleston for two weeks in March to catch a glimpse of the wisteria. Okay maybe not to the same extent as DC’s cherry blossoms, but as Charleston’s tourism continues to grow, … More the wisteria of meeting street
True fact about me: I don’t like to sit still and I definitly don’t like to miss a thing. So because of that we are the family that tries to cram as many things into a weekend as humanly possible and almost never says no to an RSVP. But life with a newborn has made … More sundays at hampton park
When I started learning how to sew almost 5 years ago, I remember gazing at photos of beautiful quilts that resembled pieces of art. And I thought, “I’ll make those someday! You just wait and see.”
When I think back on the 90s, I have such fond memories of rolling up to middle school every day in my older sister’s Ford Probe while she rocked out to Nirvana and I hoping that maybe we could pop in my Boyz II Men cassette tape for just a second, spending countless hours worrying if Dylan … More indigo shirts and a dirt road
I can’t believe I am using the word “momiform” but it seemed like something a blogger would say so here you have it. This summer I have truly been rocking the same “uniform” every weekend. Because, you see, becoming a mom completely changes your wardrobe. And not in that I’ve-got-to-lose-those-last-five-pounds baby weight kind of way. But … More my summer mom-iform
In a town filled with little girls in smocked dresses, little boys wearing john-johns until they’re seven, and monogrammed initials on nearly anything imaginable, I find myself to be in the minority when it comes to children’s fashion.