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The Greyson Diaries

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Creating a Comfortable World For Your Child There are questions parents ask themselves, every day. “Should my son like the color pink more than blue?” “Is it okay for my daughter to want to play football rather than dance?” “Are toy guns dangerous or simply apart of pretend play?” “Should my child eat meat if I don’t?” There’s no rulebook to being a parent and at the end of the day we know our children […]

The Doll Diaries

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Friendship changes as you grow older and you realize that you may not always agree with your friends, like the same things, or have the same goals. One day you might have a disagreement with your best friend over something and you’ll feel horrible, but true friends can overcome anything. They hold your hand when you’re scared, wipe your tears when you’re sad, and laugh with you on the good days. They accept you for […]

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Kaya loves rainy days, good books, and cute clothes. She spent the day cuddling in bed with Summer the cat, reading some Bret Easton Ellis, and trying on her new outfit for summer vacation. She put on her favorite lipstick shade and lounged around, waiting for her best friend Delilah to come over, but as usual, Delilah was running late. There was a time in Kaya’s life when she was very lonely after moving to […]

The Doll Diaries

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My blog has always catered to adults who need some fashion, home, and life inspiration, but after cleaning out our closets and discovering my old American Girl Dolls and going on a nostalgia trip, I’ve decided to create a new blog series called The Doll Diaries for all of the young girls who are missing out on school, friends, events, and celebrations. I want to inspire little girls to dream big and stay creative in […]

The Greyson Diaries

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Happy Mother’s Day I woke up this morning and walked out onto our deck, soaking in the warmth of the sunshine. I breathed in my favorite day of the week and waited for my guys. Andrew walked into our living room with Greyson, who was pulling a little red wagon planter filled with presents. I held back tears of joy as I looked at my son’s beaming smile and I took a moment to thank […]

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Homemaker Chic When hearing the word “homemaker” what image comes to mind? Do you picture Donna Reed from The Donna Reed Show? Are you envisioning a more modern, glamorous housewife, like Kyle Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Shockingly, the word housewife sounds retro to many and quite old school with so many powerful, strong, and talented women shaking the ground beneath us and creating positive waves in their workplace, in government positions, […]

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Easter Planning With a Toddler 💜🌷🐥 Despite the dark cloud looming over all of us, I’ve finished putting together Greyson’s Easter basket and his Easter outfit arrived the other day. It’s adorable and I can’t wait to take photos with my family. Along with Easter basket planning, I bought enough plastic, pastel eggs to do an Easter egg hunt that morning. I will always think of Easter as a fresh, beautiful start to Spring. I […]

The Greyson Diaries

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To Stockpile or Not to Stockpile As a mama and a wife I wanted to make sure we had enough of everything for the next month, but I didn’t hoard toilet paper (in case anyone was wondering). I was not one of those people! I always have enough rolls in our pantry closet along with paper towels. I went shopping Friday morning, when everything broke and people began to panic buy. I also went shopping […]

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Every Day is an Adventure In the midst of all of the craziness surrounding the Coronavirus and the added stress the media has put on households, it’s the perfect time to create beautiful memories and unlimited adventures at home and outdoors. Nature is pure and filled with opportunities and it’s much better to be outside than in an environment crammed with people and germs. My son is too young to know what’s going on in […]