So I’ve been slacking a bit when it comes to posting this Summer. We’ve been having a busy one, and things are getting even busier as back-to-school nears. Lately if during the girls’ nap time I am not walking around my house with a paintbrush and a can of paint like a crazy woman painting samples everywhere because we are changing the color of our house (body, trim, shutters, window boxes and all), I’ve taken to admiring beautiful architecture (see prior post) and art online.
I love all forms of art but more recently have become enamored with photography. Read on for some lust-worthy pieces. Continue reading “Photography Love”
Let me begin by saying I love our home and we have no plans of moving in the near or even not-so-near future. However, T and I have always talked about how much fun we’d have purchasing an older home and renovating it.
Lately, I’ve been thinking that home may just have to be in the Spanish/Mediterranean style. Maybe it was my early years spent in San Diego, or Tyler’s entire childhood in Texas, or our love for Spanish food and wine — but we both love this style. I may have even located said home just a few miles from our current one, and some sleuthing shows it has had the same owner for 40+ years (probably making it the perfect project for when/if it ever goes on the market).
Continue reading “My Spanish/Mediterranean Style Home Infatuation”
We had so much fun in Napa celebrating T’s 35th and our 10th Anniversary. It was just what the doctor ordered, and we returned refreshed, with oodles of wine, and with a bit more wine knowledge.
I thought it would be best to break up our travels in to two posts — (1) dining and (2) drinking. Read on for a rundown of where we ate in Napa (and a few great places in Sausalito/San Francisco too).
Continue reading “Napa Valley Guide Part 1: Dining”
Carter’s and OshKosh can be hit or miss, but I’ve had some serious hits recently and wanted to share them with any of you girl moms out there. I can personally vouch for the quality of these pieces because I touched them in the store and purchased them.
Continue reading “Carter’s and OshKosh Finds”
I think I’ve got the girls covered this pool seasons thanks to Boden, Carter’s, Oscar de La Renta and J. Crew’s adorable swimwear. Read on for some great options if you are still looking for some swimwear for your baby and/or toddler girl. I’ve also included some picks for the boys.
Continue reading “Living the Wolf Style: Baby & Toddler Swimsuit (2017 Edition)”
My go-to breakfast options are whole wheat toast topped with some nut butter (peanut, pecan, almond or cashew) and sliced bananas, oatmeal, Greek yogurt with fruit, and smoothies. However, some times it is nice to have a baked good. So, I’ve tried out quite a few muffin recipes and have been combining what I (and my family) liked about each to come up with my own perfect little muffin. As you will see, it is all real food. The only sweetener is the banana and the maple syrup, the flour is whole wheat, and there are no yucky oils.
Continue reading “Whole Wheat Cinnamon Banana Nut Muffins”
It has officially been one year since I ventured in to the blogosphere. Thank you to all of my readers — whether you’ve only stopped by to read one particular post or have read each and every one. Blogging has been so much fun for me and, if I am being honest, it has helped me organize my own thoughts and has kept me from getting bored (or watching too much TV) during the girls’ nap time. It may have also kept me from exercising during their nap time, but that is neither here nor there.
Continue reading “A Year of Blogging”
Mother’s Day is May 14. Do you know what you are getting the special woman or women in your life? Read on for some of my picks. Continue reading “Mother’s Day Gift Guide”
Easter weekend took it out of me, and we have a busy few weeks ahead of us including our little B turning 3, so I am phoning it in this week with a quick shoe post. Who doesn’t love sandal weather? Read on for some great updates to your Spring shoe selection — all under $100. Continue reading “Spring Shoes under $100”
Image via Daily Harvest
As I write this, I am dreaming of the carrot coconut soup I had yesterday for lunch and wish I was having again today. It had organic spiralized carrots, organic coconut, organic tomato, organic spinach, cauliflower, organic bell pepper, ginger, garlic, madras curry, ginseng and a few other ingredients.
Oh, and did I mention I made it in two minutes flat? All I did was remove the cup of soup from my freezer, fill it to the top with coconut milk (from a can that I had in my pantry), and dump it all in to a saucepan until combined and hot. If you are taking this to work, there are microwave instructions for easy heating too. So where did I find this magical concoction you ask? Read on for my source . .
*This post isn’t sponsored. I just really love the service.
Continue reading “Breakfast and Lunch Game Changer”