Here’s a roundup of things I’m coveting. Happy First Day of Summah!
Sooooo, tell me if you can resonate at all with this scenario: You can appreciate the Boho thang, but you wouldn’t describe your personal style as Boho. You like aspects of the trend, but rocking a head-to-toe Boho look wouldn’t necessarily feel authentic for you. In fact, you’d maybe even feel a teensy bit uncomfortable in an outfit like that. Any raised hands? Bueller? Bueller? Well, welcome to how I feel guys. I can dig on some Boho, but I doubt you’re ever going to find me wearing a full on, head to toe Bohemian getup like this one, or this one, or this one (that was my way of saying Follow me on Pinterest if you’re not already yo! Sneaky right?). Adorable looks, but not really me. What does feel authentically me however is tying the trend into my ensembles in small, simple ways.
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God be thanked for all the men and women who sacrificed their lives serving and defending our great nation. Hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day!
Alright peeps, here’s the thing: any mama knows that having a lehhhhgit diaper pail – the kind that actually succeeds at masking the smell of a diaper full of hot, steamy, potent baby turd (or way, way worse, toddler turd, which is basically the same as adult human turd) is absolutely essential. It is a must have. I have tried other diaper pails, and without naming any names (*cough* diaper genie *cough*), they have essentially sucked at doing the one job they were truly designed to do: making my baby’s room and my house NOT smell like baby poop. Well guess what?! I’ve found a diaper pail that doesn’t suck at doing their job: the Munchkin Step Diaper Pail powered by Arm & Hammer. Woot!
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Real talk: life with a newborn = I do laundry like once every two weeks, aaaaaand usually the impetus is that either Chase or I or both of us have run out of clean underwear. Yep. How’s that for a glimpse into our private lives? Want to know another confession? When we moved into our new house (in March, mind you), I pulled a bunch of summer clothes out of storage bins and put them in hampers to be washed for the upcoming season. Mmmmmyeah, those hampers are still sitting in from of my washing machines untouched. Ooops.