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Posted on 02/18/2019

Bohemian Wilderness Themed Baby & Toddler Shared Room

Baby/ Design/ Home/ Toddler

While nesting in preparation for Nora’s Birth, I decided to convert my office into a shared room for Nora and River. Though it’s a fairly small room, the long layout allows each kiddo to have their own side, as well as a shared space to play in. River’s side of the room is all about adventure in the mountain wilderness while Nora’s side of the room is airy bohemian florals. It really came together nicely and is one of my favorite rooms in the house.
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close up image of the mountain clothing dividers
Posted on 01/31/2019

Mountain Themed Baby Clothing Organizers – Free Download

Being Mama/ Home/ Pregnancy

Organizing the heaps of baby clothes you inevitably get from friends and family is one of the bigger pre-baby chores. I advise against washing everything you’re given but am a huge fan of hanging up what you have by size so that you can see what’s available and which sizes you’ll need more of. To do this, you’ll need some great clothing dividers!

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nesting in the garage
Posted on 12/20/2018

3 Reasons to Support Her “Crazy” Nesting Ideas

Being Mama/ Home/ Pregnancy

“You want me to do what to the garage? I thought we were just getting baby items ready right now.” Sound familiar? Often we think of the need to “nest” or organize and ready our living space during pregnancy in preparation for a new baby as something to do with just baby. Nope! But you’re going to support as many DIY, renovation and organization projects as possible before that baby is born because it’s extremely important. In this post, I’ll tell you why. Read more

Posted on 12/13/2018

Useful Gifts for Baby’s 1st Christmas

Baby/ Baby & Little Kid/ Being Mama/ Family/ Holidays/ Pregnancy

This year, skip the “First Christmas” ornament and gift families a few things they’d really need for their little one instead. Our list of useful gifts for new families will take the guesswork out of what to gift for both December newborns and older babies about to experience Christmas for the first time. From gorgeous gift sets to travel essentials, these items are sure to be a hit for the parenting journey ahead. Read more

River and S reading a book by the Christmas tree
Posted on 12/08/2018

Gifting Quality Time with Prime Book Box

Baby & Little Kid/ Holidays/ Life

Thank you, Amazon, for sponsoring this post. Give the gift of reading this holiday season with Prime Book Box!

This time of year is always busy but since we’re expecting baby number three any day now, it feels especially hectic around here. With all the nesting projects, doctors appointments and overtime work to make up for baby leave, my husband and I wanted to really focus on family time with our kiddos and have that be the main theme for Christmas this year . . . so we’re giving the gift of quality time! Read more

mountain adventure bedroom
Posted on 11/29/2018

Mountain Adventure Styled Toddler Bedroom

Design/ Home

Toddlers love to explore, so it’s only fitting that the adventurous tot in your life has a bedroom to match their curiosity, right? When I was thinking about themes for my tot’s “big boy” bedroom this one fit perfectly. Check it out! Read more

photo of a photo at the mother blessing
Posted on 11/20/2018

My Modern Bohemian Mother Blessing

Being Mama/ Home/ Parties/ Pregnancy

Family and friends were a bit confused when they heard that I was having a mother blessing instead of a sprinkle or baby shower to celebrate my third pregnancy. I got a lot of confused, “What is that?!” responses even after explaining it to them. But I knew a mother blessing was definitely the right choice for this pregnancy and after attending, my friends and family agreed. Read more

toddler trying to open front door
Posted on 10/25/2018

Toddler-Friendly Eerie Halloween Porch Decorations

Design/ Home

Decorating for holidays with a toddler around can be challenging — especially for Halloween. You don’t want the decorations to be too scary or too uninteresting, and everything needs to be well out of reach so they don’t destroy or attempt to eat it. The key is to keep decorations simple, but fun. Keep reading for my take on eerie (but not scary) toddler-friendly Halloween decorations for the porch. Read more

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