There is a phrase lately that I have been a little bit obsessed with. Let them be little. Lately I feel like everything is about more. Kids start school younger, go longer, and there seems to be this push for them to know more. I’m all for learning, but right now I just want to […]
I am so excited about this project. As soon as I finished I texted a picture to my mom and my friend and anyone who would listen. Now let me start by saying how blessed I was to invited out to Utah to meet the fine people at Cricut and get a sneak peek at […]
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was gone earlier this week. This is the kind of thing that was totally unexpected, heck unimaginable. Two months after having Eleanor, I got it in my head I would start a blog. It just felt right. I didn’t have a plan and dove in […]
Moen faucet and free printable for bathroom art.
It happened. The shelf has come down. As much fun as that shelf was, it was time for a change. Kind of like when you just decide to chop off your hair–randomly, one day. Or am I the only one who does that? We are kind of in love with stripes around here. We painted […]
Everything from Football to crockpots to printables to gratitiude–we’ve got you covered. A round up of fall fun from Balancing Home. 35+ Fall Desserts Simple Chili Mac Easy Entertaining for Game Day Burlap & Flower Fabric Wreath Velvet Pumpkins Tutorial Velvet Pumpkin Place Card Holder If The Shoe Fits (printable) Ghost Prints Puffy Paint Glow […]
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Glaceau fruitwater®. I was working on my Fourth of July mantle. My husband, Ross, was watching me fill frames and work on my display. As he watches me sprawled out on the floor filling frames he walks right on a frame. Yup, steps right […]
This post brought to you by Moen, Incorporated. All opinions are 100% mine. Once upon a time I was 24. We bought our first house and within months of owning it we had the kitchen gutted and a wall knocked down (you can see more kitchen before and afters here). Ahh…to be young and dumb. […]