In Charleston you never can tell when fall ends and winter begins. The weather is pretty much the same and the temperatures around here never really drop until late into January. So as soon as November ends and we put away the orange pumpkins, replacing the house with all things green and red for Christmas, … More fall, fairs, & festivals
I just recently realized that while I was off being pregnant and breast feeding for the past year and half, my entire wardrobe went out of style. Luckily a recent 24 hour stomach flu gave me the opportunity lounge in bed with stacks of style magazines, catching up on the world of fashion in 2017. And I’ve got to say, I am … More diy bell sleeve tutorial
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
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.
During my pregnancy, I was very concerned about what I was going to be wearing during the labor and delivery. I have never been fond of hospital gowns. I felt they just made people look sicker then they should be. And my theory was if I was looking sick, I would feel sick, and thus wouldn’t … More Life Unfiltered + a Handmade Robe
What Happened that Day: Dear Liam, You decided to be born on Valentines day. Which makes perfect sense as that is the day we celebrate love. And now we will always celebrate that day and the love that made you and brought you into the world. Valentines Day was not “the plan.” You were due to come on February … More What I Wore When my Water Broke: our birth story part 1