I always like to update my new prints for those that are interested. Here are the latest and the greatest from my Etsy store. The Book Was Better Perfect print for a living room, classroom, or library. Donut Kill My Vibe Print is vailable in pink, green or blue. But First, Coffee Because let's face… Continue reading Newest Prints
Caring for another human being is extremely overwhelming, especially when you are a first time mother. Am I feeding my baby enough healthy foods? Are these products appropriate for bathing? Are there chemicals in things I use that are bad for my child? I love when products come right out and share what they are… Continue reading Happy Little Camper
I started blogging during the summer of 2017. It started as a fun hobby to try out. I was pretty good with computers, I loved taking pictures, and typing out my thoughts seemed just as easy to me as talking aloud. It then turned into something more. Companies began contacting me asking if I would… Continue reading Why Your Friends and Family Don’t Like Your Posts on Instagram
Sweater: PatPat | Pants: Target | Shoes: Robeez How cute is this rain cloud sweater I found for Margot? I purchased this sweater not only because I thought it was adorable, but also because it had a simple meaning. Margot was our sweet rainbow baby after our miscarriage. We were so fortunate to get pregnant very… Continue reading The Cutest Rain Cloud Sweater
Yesterday was a blessing. I had the opportunity to go through old photographs that my grandmother had taken. She loved taking pictures, and always had a camera with her. I stumbled upon a book she had made me in high school. It had pictures of me from infancy to eighteen years old. I then came… Continue reading Old Photographs of Grandma
Ringing in the new year has always been a range of emotions for me. On one hand you are thrilled at the thought of a new time, a fresh start, and moments in the future to look forward to. On the other hand you are saying goodbye to a year that has again passed. A… Continue reading New Year. New Goals. New Outlook.
Growing up I always told myself when I was old enough I would get out of this city. I felt as though my city had nothing to offer my generation. There wasn't anything to do. It was extremely boring. Then I grew up. I went off to college, but after graduating returned home thinking, "Ok,… Continue reading Why I Live in a “Diminishing” City