Christmas

Christmas 2015 // that’s a wrap!

December 30, 2015

Guys – my holiday hangover is still in full-force. … and I didn’t even partake in any ‘party’ festivities, so to speak! Ha! But seriously, something about celebrating Christmas leaves everyone in a post-Christmas lull. For me, it’s a mix between that and pregnancy exhaustion. But I’ll blame it on the holidays. 😉 Christmas Eve-Eve […]

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Merry Christmas

December 24, 2015

I’m going to take the next couple of days to go “grey” on social media… I’m sure I won’t go ‘dark’ completely; but I’ll be spending some much needed time over Christmas with Moosh + Chad. ♥ ♥ So from my family to yours, Happy Holidays! ♥

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unintended lessons for my toddler // AKA thanks, random stranger

December 22, 2015

Dear Old Cranky Woman at the Cable Store: I wanted to say thank you for reminding me that while everyone else I ran into yesterday was sweet and kind, there are still people who will be bitchy to strangers for absolutely no reason. While Ari and I were minding our business, waiting our turn, you […]

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{ weekly mantra }

December 21, 2015

This week will be a week of transitions, for SURE! While I can’t wait for Baby Girl to get here, I’m also kinda ready to have just Moosh for one last Christmas. Circumstances have… changed, to say the least, over the last week. For one, I’m now unemployed. Without going into nitty gritty details (and […]

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holiday wreath making workshop //

December 8, 2015

This weekend I had the pleasure of attending The Agrarian Collectives’ wreath making workshop at the Sunnybrook Preserve in Chesterland. Sure, Chesterland is a bit far from where we live (now), but Chad + I both grew up just minutes from this town, so we know the area very well. I had signed up a […]

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what to get a toddler for the holidays //

December 2, 2015

One thing I’ve learned about babies and toddlers is that you can totally go overboard with gifts. And well, everything. They get very over stimulated very quickly. At birthday parties, we’ve learned not to open every gift. In fact, we only open about 3. The rest? We put in storage to be opened later [and […]

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