Week 19

"Dress is at all times a frivolous distinction,." - Northanger Abbey. Try telling that to a 7.5 year old. In fact, try telling that to a 27.5 year old postpartum mama. Or try telling that to anyone at all. The way we dress - more importantly, how we feel in our "dress" - plays a … Continue reading Week 19

Week 18

"There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort." - Jane Austen through personal correspondence. It's official. I've made it official. I am officially considered a stay-at-home mom. I still have a difficult time bringing myself to say it out loud. I won't be going back to the job I had fallen in love … Continue reading Week 18

Week 17

"Time will explain." - Persuasion We spend a lot of our days with hope-filled hearts full of expectations for a life filled with tomorrows. As children, we grow up, dreaming about what we want to be and where we want to go. Impatient, with the expectation that someday we will have everything we've ever wanted. … Continue reading Week 17

Week 16

Life seems but a quick succession of busy nothings. - Mansfield Park. I'm hoping that this post can serve as an explanation of sorts for my sporadic nature of my postings lately... Yes. I have infant twins. Yes. I have two older children. Yes. I'm constantly running to the school bus stop, tracking doctors appointments … Continue reading Week 16

Week 15

"They are much to be pitied who have not been given a taste for nature early in life" -  Mansfield Park This is definitely one of the perks to being around babies/toddlers/young children... at any given moment - they are experiencing something for the very first time. A fantastic reminder for us to slow down, … Continue reading Week 15