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Happy TWO WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS! Whoa. Enough talking. We don’t have that much time, so let’s get right to it. 

Today’s gift guide is for the new mom. 


First, because new moms are near and dear to my heart. Because I remember that time so well. I remember suddenly being last on the list and what a shock to the system that life change was. 

When you’re pregnant, the focus is on you. Are you feeling ok? Are you

THE GIFT GUIDE: Stocking Stuffers

Happy Monday, friends! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. We took the girls to see Santa and baby girl didn’t cry! I thought for sure she would. Just as I suspected, Harper asked for her pony. Silly girl. 

Guess what?? Another Monday, another gift guide… 🙂

Today’s it’s about the stocking stuffers. Because aren’t they really the best part? I mean, sure. Big gifts are fun. But I’ve always loved stockings and the little treasures inside. (And the candy.

Holiday Traditions + The Gift Of Cozy

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As soon as I had my first baby, I thought about traditions. (I mean, after I freaked out that I just had a baby.) There’s just something about those tried and true family traditions, passed down from generation to generation, that gain even more significance over time.  knew I wanted my kids to grow up

THE GIFT GUIDE: Best Under $100

I don’t know about you, but I’m a sucker for Cyber Monday sales. Black Friday is a warm up. It’s Junior Varsity. Cyber Monday is the real deal. The Varsity playoff game. Of your senior year. (Too much?)

And guess what? It seems I’m not alone. I conducted a super scientific poll on my Instagram Stories and it looks like most of you bypass Black Friday for Cyber Monday, too. 

(I like the way you think.)

Today it’s all about

THE GIFT GUIDE: For The Little Ones

It’s here! The gift guide for our little ones.

Fun fact: When it comes to Christmas presents, men tend to splurge on their wives, while wives splurge on the kids.

Although, come on. I think that’s an unfair assessment, since wives are most likely the ones doing most (if not all) of the Christmas shopping, except for themselves. (Did that make sense to anyone other than me?) 

OK, back on track. 

The little ones are the most fun to shop