We’ve done a lot of home improvements since we moved into our home four years ago. The majority of them have been outside: re-landscaping, adding tons of gardens, chopping down trees and bushes, and adding that colorful playset last year.
Baby Theo is four weeks old now and I’m starting to feel back to my old self. This postpartum journey has been relatively easy for me since I had no tear or stitches to heal up. Read my birth story
My living room makeover was shared a while back and I know many of you were very curious to learn how I made the LARGE canvas wall art. Yep, you can’t miss it. A piece like this is certainly a
Last month I shared my living room makeover where you saw I removed all the red from my design and went with a more neutral, modern aesthetic. This picture I didn’t include in that room tour because it contained a
As you learned last week, baby Theo finally arrived! He was born at 8:14 pm Saturday April 23rd when I was six days overdue. This post I’m planning to share my birth plan and then describe how things went differently.
This week I haven’t made a lot of kitchen progress for my One Room Challenge makeover. Instead I’ve been waddling around 40 weeks pregnant, wondering when I’ll finally go into labor. I experienced two long bouts of braxton hicks contractions
It’s been three weeks now into the one room challenge and I’ve made a lot of progress. This week I’m going to share with you a vase refresh I plan to use as a corner decoration in my dining room.
I’m sharing a detailed tutorial today for exactly how to paint wood trim. You might be familiar with my painting process because I’ve shown you how I transform furniture. Well, it’s important to follow all the steps and paint trim
This spring, for the first time ever, I decided to join in on the One Room Challenge. This is a bi-annual challenge set forth by the site Calling It Home to encourage bloggers to makeover one room in their home
One of my wonderful readers suggested to me the other day I write a post about weaning baby from breastfeeding. To be honest, the opposite has been on my mind. As I begin to prep for my next baby to