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Summer Capsule Wardrobe // Look 14

I’ve had a few people comment on my capsule wardrobe posts on Instagram that they think it’s interesting that their are such busy or colorful pieces in my capsule.  I did a little internet sleuthing and it’s true that a lot of people stick to really basic, solid pieces with capsule wardobing.  I think there is this myth that you have to do that in order to be able and mix and match them to make up so many different looks within a 2 or 3 month time period, but I actually think that becomes more monotonous because …

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On The Road // Austin, Texas

Most summers we try to take an international trip while Aaron is on hiatus and things are slowing down, but the stars didn’t seem to align this summer.  For starters, we couldn’t decide on a destination!  Greece, Iceland, and Portugal were all at the top of our list, but we just couldn’t seem to pull the trigger.  To make matters trickier, work was super busy for me in May and June, so we decided to forgo the adventure abroad for one closer to home in one of our favorite cities!  We spent a few days with my family, …

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Summer Capsule Wardrobe // Look 13

If capsule wardrobing teaches you anything, and in my limited experience with the concept I can assure you that it most certainly does teach you things, it’s that accessories can totally define a look.  They can dress things up, dress them down, make them preppy or bohemian or edgy.  They can make something as simple and casual as this jean and t-shirt look come together and look finished and intentionally casual/sporty.  Hats, of all accessories, are one of my favorite ways to finish out a look.  Do you own a hat?  You can find …

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Starting Solids + Snack Ideas for Toddlers

When Parker was first born, I was constantly breaking the cardinal rule of motherhood.  You know the one.  “Enjoy the phase you’re in and don’t wish for them to be older.”  I couldn’t help it, though.  As I stared down at her oversized jowls and tiny inflexible baby fingers lying on the swaddle blanket we carted her out of the hospital in, I dreamed of the moments when she would sit up, walk and talk.  I fantasized of the day when she would go from only knowing the taste of milk to being able to experiment …

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