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We went to my mom’s house for Thanksgiving this year, and she had already started decorating for Christmas. Imagine my surprise when I walked in and saw this:
A blue gift wrapped fireplace! I thought this was so unique and festive. Definitely a change from your normal holiday mantle decorating. She had gone to the Bachman’s Winter Ideas House (I missed out because I was sick that weekend… Boo!). Here was what inspired her to bust out the gift wrap:
Since the twins were born, I have taken and posted a TON of pictures using Instagram. But like so many other digital pictures, these memories end up trapped in digital-land (in this case, my iPhone)… Until now. Walgreens has an app that allows you to print photos directly from your Instagram account and pick up prints at your local Walgreens. As soon as I discovered this joyous news, I immediately went order happy! I came home from Walgreens on a Sunday afternoon with a stack of Instagram pictures. The majority will go into an album, but I wanted to display some as well. I had an old frame. The glass broke a while back and I was afraid I would never use it. Until now. I taped 15 of my favorite pics from the last year into the frame. Whenever I want to change things up, I will just rotate out the pictures. Too easy.
R & B turned one last month… I’m still shocked that I’m mom to TWO TODDLERS now! Where did the last year go?!?! For various reasons, a big family birthday party just wasn’t going to work out this year, so we had a low-key birthday weekend. It was perfect. My (very pregnant) sister flew in from LA to visit. We went to a local apple orchard for one year pictures, and had a small family dinner, complete with smash cakes, to celebrate. Continue reading »
It’s the last of the twins’ “firsts” as far as major holidays are concerned. Since the weather is finally making it feel like summer, I wanted to take R & B to the park to play in the grass and take some pictures. I really wanted to capture their first experience feeling grass, and I thought some 4th of July themed pictures would be cute. Well, this little trip to the park may have gotten a bit out of control (in a good way). Continue reading »
We haven’t always put headbands on Miss. B, but I feel like we should have. She looks so much better in them, and it eliminates (for the most part) the awkward “boy or girl?” inquiry from strangers. As if being decked out in a pink outfit wasn’t clue enough. Seriously. It all started when Miss. B’s hair started growing out. It was too short to lay flat, so it just kind of went every-which-way. A headband ensured that the focus was on her gorgeous baby blue eyes and not her crazy hair. However, I have had a hard time finding baby headbands without paying an arm and a leg. Enter: my DIY plan. Continue reading »
Summer is finally here! With the cold and rainy Spring we have had, I thought Summer would never arrive. But the temps are in the 80s, and we are getting more sunshine every day. After being cooped up all winter with two babies, I am so excited to get out and about more. I want R & B to experience all of the sights and sounds of summer, but it can be difficult to find baby-firendly summer activities… especially before your little ones understand the concept of “No, don’t put that in your mouth!” So, I made a bucket list of baby-friendly summer activities that I want to do this summer, whether alone or with a family member.
Since newborn twins can take a toll on any relationship, J and I really enjoy our date nights. I thought this bucket list would be the perfect opportunity to branch out of our typical dinner-at-Outback-Steakhouse-routine. I can’t wait to try out one of these ideas on our next date night. Who feels like babysitting?!?!
How about you? What’s on your summer must-do list?
Organizing has got to be one of my favorite activities, and I am so excited to share my latest organizing project! It took me a few months to fine tune, but I finally have a perfectly organized twin nursery closet. I really wanted to make the most of the storage space we have in this large closet. This was especially important since after arranging two cribs, a chair, and a changing table, there isn’t exactly room for a dresser. With the babies crawling and getting into everything, it is especially important to have a place for everything – in their closet and off the floor.
The next challenge: I didn’t want to spend a ton of money. There are all sorts of pink and blue baskets out there. But what do you do with them in a few years when you transition into a “big kid” room? You’re stuck with a bunch of expensive baby baskets… No thanks. Enter my two favorite places on earth: Target and the dollar store. I used Target drawers and dollar store bins, but first… Continue reading »
It seems like banners are popping up everywhere – in nurseries and at showers. And I will be the first to admit that I LOVE this trend! So a few months ago I hopped on the bandwagon and made these baby name banners for our nursery. Today, I am finally getting around to sharing them with you all… Continue reading »
I have seen some pretty creative newborn shadow box ideas lately, and knew this was something I wanted to do with our twins. There is a little corner in the hallway outside the nursery; I felt like this would be a perfect place to display some newborn mementos. Enter my decision to make two newborn shadow boxes with all of our keepsakes from the hospital. Continue reading »
Somewhere, I can’t remember where, I read a great idea for your baby book: take pictures of your baby with his/her favorite toy at different ages. I thought this was one of the greatest ideas I’ve heard in quite a while, so when it was time to do the twins’ 6 month photo shoot, I pulled out their favorite bedtime bears. These are the stuffed animals that, when you pull their tails, play lullaby music. Both R and B enjoy snuggling up with these little guys when napping during car rides or at bedtime. Side note: Please save your “OMG… don’t leave stuffed animals in your baby’s crib… they will die!” comments for someone else. We do our best, and sometimes that means letting the babies snuggle with something soft when going to bed. Thanks for understanding
I’m sure I am like many mothers out there that see these wonderful baby pictures on Pinterest, and then feed completely inadequate when they see their home pics. Unfortunately, we can’t all afford to have a professional photographer document each of our babies’ precious milestones. However, with a good camera and the magic of Picmonkey, we can have semi-professional pictures to last a lifetime. What is Picmonkey? Picmonkey is photo editing’s gift to all of us that are too poor/stupid to make the investment (financial and intellectual) in Photoshop. Many of Picmonkey’s features are free, but I subscribe to their Royale service. For a few bucks a month, I get all the photo editing features I need (and then some), without the learning curve or cost of Photoshop. Woot! I plan on posting more tutorials as time goes by (Lord knows, I have a TON of pictures!). Here is the first. Continue reading »