Today I’m sharing my must-haves for postpartum recovery (in addition to sleep)! This was my third c-section so I feel like I’ve learned what’s necessary and what’s not! I’ll try to keep short and sweet! If you’re a new mom, or pregnant for the first time, know that the postpartum days can have their share of ups and downs. It’s… View Post
I promised a try-on at Evereve on Saturday and it’s going up on Wednesday, sorry gals! There are some fabulous new pieces to help you transition to warmer temps too! Jean Shorts | Tank | Kimono Jean Shorts (legit worth every penny – loose on the thighs, high rise, perfection – size 26 | Sweater Dress (size small) this beauty… View Post
I will always tell everyone that they still deserve a night out, I don’t care if you have 7 kids or need to pay a baby sitter a million dollars. Get out of the house for a few hours and act like you are young and in love. We have “part one” of our favorite date spots in STL here…. View Post
HOLY SALE – I need everything. I am really good about stocking up at the end of season on boots and coats for next year. Luckily in the midwest the snow is still trickling in so I will get a chance to wear boots still after they arrive. FREE SHIPPING TOO! There are some great steals on Levis jeans –… View Post
We took a poll over on Instagram and you girls delivered with what gifts to get for a new mom and their little one! We’ve compiled the best gifts all in one place. So many of these are truly one of a kind! We hope you enjoy and when it comes time to head to another baby shower, you’ll have… View Post
Happy Friday friends! Our fav fall & winter boots are up to 40% off today! L and I are sharing the ones we love and own! Which pair did you snag???
Winter brings snowmen, sledding, and toasty evenings by the fire. It also brings a special set of maintenance issues that require a homeowners attention. Proper planning and upkeep will help you deal with these worries efficiently. With the new year here, I’m trying to take a more pro-active approach with my home instead of a reactive when something goes wrong…. View Post