Whether you know me in real life or online, you’ve probably heard me talk about one thing… I am incredibly self-conscious about my c-section pouch. [And if you don’t know what a c-section pouch is, consider yourself lucky.] I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time trying to find pants that camouflage my c-section shelf, typically with little-to-no luck. But today, I’m sharing one of my secrets: the best leggings for moms. And yes, they actually hide the mommy tummy!
As the weather cools down, I start loving cozy tops and leggings… even more than I normally do. As a stay-at-home mom, my usual daily style has to emphasize comfort. But, I’ve always enjoyed getting dolled up, and I don’t want to lose that just because I’m a mom. A piece like this black colorblock floral top is a win-win: super comfortable and effortlessly stylish!
Since we’ve had children, the holiday season is more magical every year. In 2014, we were eagerly anticipating Colton’s arrival just a couple weeks after Christmas. The next year was magical because it was his first Christmas, and 2016 was amazing because Colton understood so much more of the excitement. And now it’s Blair’s first Christmas! However, since Blair is still nursing, I’ve been on the hunt for some holiday clothes for breastfeeding. Since, you know, I’m not so sure about wearing my usual uniform of nursing tanks to holiday parties.
Winter is upon us, which means two things to moms: 1] it’s cold and 2] the dreaded Daylight Saving Time. Hold on. Am I the only one who didn’t realize it is actually “Saving” and not “Savings”? I’ve been saying it wrong my entire life. Thanks for setting me straight, Google. Alright, moving on… today I’m sharing some of my best tips to help Baby sleep better in winter and help mom keep her sanity during these long, dark months.
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My birthday is at the beginning of October, so it’s the perfect time for some fall family fun! Since we’ve had little ones, my birthday tradition has been to visit the pumpkin patch. Well, I have another birthday tradition too: a cookie cake. Can’t forget the cookie cake!
Fall is my favorite season, and I have lots of fun doing all the “basic” fall activities with my little fam. This year, we visited a local pumpkin patch specially geared towards little kids. Colton was able to do almost all of the activities without help, which was awesome!