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
Now that Liam is a year old, Will and I have started to talk seriously about baby number two. We’ve always known that we wanted a big family and since it took us four years to get Liam (and my ovaries are not getting any younger), we probably have to make some decisions soon. We’ve … More Selfishly Waiting on Baby Number Two
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
This month felt like it was never going to end. I mean come on January… 31 days seems excessive. Lets speed along to spring time, shall we? I have never particularly been a fan of January. It’s cold. We all look so pale and sickly. Holiday vacation is over but summer vacation still seems so far … More January Recap
We are looking forward to having a few days off to spend time with family on these last few days of 2014. This year will definitely go down as the strangest, most difficult year for us yet. We started off the year with so much sadness as we watched a friend lose his life to cancer … More Happy Christmas!
I finally made my first coat and just in time for our annual trip to snowy New Jersey. We made the 14 hour drive on one of the busiest traffic days of the year, through a snow storm, and with two large dogs in the back seat. And we only got into one … More Winter Storm 2014 and the Icon Coat
Will and I love our evening trips down to the yacht club. And whats not to love. The beautiful sunset. The regular dolphin sightings. The $2 draft beer. The all you can eat popcorn machine. That’s what I call winning. And sometimes if the tide is just right, we can throw out a fishing pole … More Pink Dresses and Crab Traps