I enjoyed the #20items21days capsule wardrobe challenge so much (see this post and this post), that I decided to jump into a full-blown spring capsule wardrobe. This is commitment, you guys! Here’s what I chose:
I still haven’t bought anything and I’m still going strong after two weeks of the #20items21days challenge (week 1 here). In fact, I might be in love with the concept of a capsule wardrobe. Here’s why: My mornings are way… Continue Reading
Guys. I have some great news. I decided to take my meal planning efforts and make a spreadsheet where I track how often I’ve made a meal, level of difficulty and tastiness. I’ve saved recipes in Evernote for a while,… Continue Reading
I’m a sucker for a wardrobe challenge, and #20itemsin21days came at the perfect time. I’m in the middle of the three-month shopping ban. I decided not to purchase any clothing or accessories for the first three months of the year… Continue Reading
Guys, having a toddler–a TODDLER–means having to be a little more on top of things than I have in the past. Before, I could wing it at mealtimes, sometimes experimenting mid week. Who cares if we don’t eat dinner until… Continue Reading
You’re one, little Judge! It’s been a great year. Life is a ton of fun with you — your dad and I both agree. Here are some special things to remember.
My son! You turned eleven months old, I promise. It happened nearly two weeks ago, right around when the hectic-ness of the holidays was starting. You won’t remember, but we’ve been BUSY since then. Thankfully, I remembered to snap these… Continue Reading
Happy ten months, little buddy! I’m so happy you’re in my life, and I think you like me and your dad alright, too. You just keep on growing and changing. Here are a few of the ways you’v grown and… Continue Reading
I didn’t think it could get any more fun with you, Judge, but it has! Happy nine months, little man. Here are a few of my favorite milestones and memories from the past month. Your fourth (FOURTH!) trip back to… Continue Reading
This week I stopped breastfeeding my baby. I know what you might be thinking–I thought you were supposed to breastfeed until your kid was at least one. Sure, that’s what “they” say, but that’s not what I decided to do.