Find It

My kids are obsessed with books, and it pretty much starts in the womb. We read every day.




And I will often find my toddlers sitting on the floor, or cozied up on the couch, looking through books on their own.

It’s not uncommon to be in the middle of something and to have a tiny human thrust the edge of a book into my leg or arm, saying, “Momma, read dis.”

And because I’m a sucker for books (it’s the only thing they know they can ask for at any store and I am utterly unable to to tell them, no, they cannot have it. So we have a lot of books), I pretty much always stop what I’m doing and read to them.

I also read to each toddler individually before bed each night, and the big kids together, because we typically spend about an hour reading from a chapter book.


Bean’s current favorite books are the “Find It” series. She requests to “read” them every night. And they came in handy on a recent cross-country road trip, as well.

The series is comprised of four different toddler-friendly board books: “Animals,” “Farm,” “Things That Go,” and “Bedtime.”

Each book has colorful pages with large pictures of coordinating theme objects or animals on one page, and a vibrant setting on the next page where your kiddo can “find” the object. Think “I Spy” for toddlers. What’s especially nice for those tactile toddlers is that the objects you are finding are outlined, so if you’re touching them you will feel them.


Bean just turned 2, and she really loves these books that are recommended for ages 0-3, and I suspect will still be entranced with them for the foreseeable future. Sweet M is 3.5 and also enjoyed a few rounds of them, but has mostly outgrown them at this point, which seems appropriate and exactly age-ranged.

We really enjoy these books, and will definitely be a staple in our family library for many years to come between Bean and baby Avellana.



***I received a set of Find It books from Timberdoodle in exchange for this review, but all thoughts and opinions are genuine and solely mine. ***


It’s not even a little bit of a secret that quality children’s clothing is kind of my kryptonite and Christmas all wrapped up in one. Nothing makes me happier than dressing my kiddos in soft, beautiful apparel. I mean, I may look like a hot mess most of the time, but my little loves typically make up for it.


Bamboo is by far my favorite fabric of choice, followed very closely by organic cotton and linen. Bamboo is so soft, and perfect for any season. But really, have you felt fabrics made from bamboo? You need to find some asap if you haven’t. Or maybe not. Because I promise you’ll be addicted for life.

It’s really important to me that my kids wear clothing that they can play in. They are, after all, children. They run and climb and get dirty and love life to a level most of us have forgotten by adulthood. And we value childhood so much in this house. I don’t want to constantly feel like I have to tell them to be careful with their clothes or feel like I’m helicoptering them around. And I obviously want them to have the ability of full-range motion. I have a gaggle of little climbers and they’ve got important business to work on at the playground.

This lady is an absolute boss, and knows her most important work is done at the park.

One of my absolute favorite brand of clothing for Bean and Sweet M is Milkbarn. The prints and styles are so lovely, fun, and chic; and their clothing is offered in bamboo or organic cotton fabrics, so you’re winning no matter which you choose! Plus, they’re incredibly versatile; sweet enough to be worn to church and soft and comfortable enough to be worn to the playground. And trust me, we’ve done both!

And they’re cozy enough to sleep in (and not just their sleepers, but those are fabulous too!) that if we happen to know we’ll be out past bedtime but don’t want them obviously in their pj’s wherever it is we are going, we purposefully dress them in their Milkbarn outfits because then we don’t have to worry about trying to change sleeping toddlers when we get home. (And my toddlers are pretty specific about their needs for their nighttime sleep!)


Because bamboo and organic cotton is so soft and stretchy, Milkbarn clothing can also be worn for a great range in sizes, allowing you to buy less and enjoy better quality. Although Bean is solidly in a size 12-18 months at this point in most brands, she can still rock her 6-12 month Milkbarn products with ease, or wear her 12-18 month apparel with comfort, and no risk of outgrowing tomorrow like some other items in her closet. If we are being honest, even Sweet M, who is solidly in a size 3, still wears his 12-18 months Milkbarn rompers because he loves them and they’re stretchy enough not to look like we’ve squeezed him into them, haha.


Milkbarn offers a wide array of products – dresses, rompers, onesies, sleepers, sleep bags, headbands, baby towels, swaddle blankets, and more! They can pretty much offer all of your baby apparel needs, and are one of my favorite items to gift at baby showers or for new babies. Because really, every new baby needs to me wrapped in soft and cozy Milkbarn apparel.

And if fantastic apparel wasn’t enough, Milkbarn also works for an amazing cause – Exile International, which helps child soldiers and those orphaned in Uganda and DR Congo. So not only is it clothing your baby will feel great wearing, but it’s clothing you’ll feel great putting your money toward!







***This post was written in exchange for Milkbarn products. As always, all opinions are genuine, and I only support companies that I truly adore. 

Urban Baby Bonnets

It’s no secret that I am quite the fan of bonnets. You could almost say obsessed. I like something on Bean and Sweet M’s head pretty much anytime we’re outside.

I mean, baby and kiddo accessories are kind of the sweetest thing out there. I may not have washed my hair going on four days right now, but my kids pretty much always look adorable.

Of course, because play is their main job, comfort is a must, and functionality is also important. Which is why bonnets are the best accessory for my little Hawaiian babes.

They can play and look cute, and keep those little noggins safe from the sun. It’s a win-win for everyone!

Urban Baby Bonnets are our favorite for keeping the sun away while playing. The large brims keep their little faces shielded from the sun, and they come in pretty much every single color and design you could ever imagine (and organic options!). Seriously. And they are reversible. So it’s like a two for one.

Plus, do you know how hard it is to find boy options most places?? And Urban Baby Bonnets has more options than you can imagine for your own sweet guy (or dinosaur and car-loving lady!).

One of the best features? They snap instead of tying. Don’t get me wrong, ties are cute, but not always practical with little ones and their grabby fingers. Since Urban Baby Bonnets snap I don’t have to worry about Sweet M or Bean constantly untying them or pulling them off.

And the snaps are made to adjust for various lengths. So versatile, and you’ll get so much use out of them!

Whether you’re enjoying the Hawaiian sunshine like we are, or you’re playing in your Midwest backyard, or maybe even voyaging through some snow still, Urban Baby Bonnets has every bonnet and design you could ever hope for.

And if my very opinionated Sweet M approves; you know they are good!

***This post is sponsored by Urban Baby Bonnets, but all opinions are genuine, and mine alone.

Breastfeeding is hard: treat yourself with nursing apparel

You would have thought that with all the years of breast-feeding experience I now have under my belt from having breast-fed the first three of my children until they self weaned, that breast-feeding Darling F would’ve been a breeze.

So it may come as a surprise, or to those who have been there and get it then it won’t, that I struggled.

I cried in those first few days. Sore nipples. Engorged breasts. Soaked clothes.

I asked myself repeatedly while I was doing this to myself.

Of course, when you’re not in the moment, the answer is clear. For me anyway. It’s what we want for our family and our kiddos (and our pocket books!).

For us, it works. But, oh man. The struggles. It’s real.

One thing I have allowed myself as a luxury for being the sole feeder of our children for the first year of their lives, is apparel that is easy to breast-feed in.

Sure, sure. All clothing is breast-feeding possible. I’ve worn a lot of tanks under T-shirts. I’ve won a lot of T-shirts without tanks under them and let the whole world see my post-pregnant belly while I’m out and about feeding. And I have no shame. None at all. I earned every single one of these marks and every extra inch, and all the wiggle and jiggle and pounds. And I’m totally cool with that. But it’s also nice to not always have to show it all to the world just to feed my kid.

One of my favorite breast-feeding friendly dresses comes from Milk and Baby. It’s super cute, it’s short enough that it’s fantastic in this Hawaiian climate but still covers my booty, and it makes breast-feeding on the go super discrete.

I love dresses. Other than maybe leggings, if I never had to wear pants again that’d be glorious. Glorious. But they’re also not easy for breastfeeding. I mean, I’m not a prude, but I also don’t want to hike a whole dress up and nurse my baby. I have a wee bit of modesty. And although some V-neck dresses get the job done, and I have some, they often get pulled out of shape if it’s not what they’re meant for.

So when all I have to do is pull this cute little Milk and Baby dress to the side to reveal a secret flap that lets me whip a boob out and feed my baby without anyone knowing, and the dress is ridiculously cute and comfortable to boot, I’m sold!

And I get it. Breastfeeding specific clothing is a luxury. You may only wear it for a year. Or if you’re like me and Miss H, you’ll get four whole years out of it, ha ha.

But you know what, mommas? You deserve it! You’re keeping your babies alive. Everywhere and anywhere that you go, every single day. You have the right to feel comfortable and look good doing it. So go treat yourself!

***This post is sponsored by Milk and Baby but all thoughts and opinions are genuine and mine alone.


I love matching my kids.

I will probably match them until they leave the house if I get a say.

I always hoped I’d have two of the same gender close together to make matching easier, but let’s be honest, I wouldn’t change any one of these nuggets.

And it turns out it’s not so hard matching them as I envisioned it to be. Sure, there could be more options. And I super love rompers on the babies and those might not really work for the big kids, but we are making out options work.

I wonder how old Miss H will be when she no longer finds it amusing to match her baby sister?

And most days Mr. B and Sweet M are butting heads; I imagine my days are numbered there. Although B gets very excited about matching his baby brother still.

M is getting very particular about his clothing though. Mostly, he just likes his birthday suit if we are being honest. Eep.

Regardless, until someone begs me not, I will be matching these kids for life.

Back in the Game with Kindred Bravely

I think I’m finally back in the game! 

Bean is 5 weeks old and life is finally starting to fall into place. J is back to work (and frequent travel, boo hiss!), the kids are doing lessons again, and we are eating real food and the house only looks a normal amount of chaos. And I’m slowly preparing to run this marathon in less than two months (say what!?).

Okay, and I’m lost in a sea of laundry, but I’m only a human. 

Bean and I have over come our breastfeeding hurdles; which I knew to expect when she was still in the womb because I’ve dealt with them with each kiddo, getting more and more knowledgeable with each; those darn dairy-sensitive, tongue and lip-tied little darlings of mine. 

One of my absolute favorite products has been my Kindred Bravely attire. I can wear the cute French Terry Nursing Top around the house, and out about. I’ve gotten numerous comments on it by other nursing mommas when I’ve worn it out, and seriously, in this Hawaiian heat, it’s on my list to stock up on more because having lightweight, easy-to-nurse-in tops is a must. 

And, because there is always an “and” right? I can run around in it without a bra (it has a shelved bra built-in), and despite being quite a chesty lady, I don’t feel self conscious at all because it keeps everything contained and supported beautifully!

When I do need to wear a bra under my clothing though, I’m really loving my Marvella Maternity and Nursing Underwire Free T-Shirt Bra. The underwire free is obviously a huge deal – no clogged ducts! Plus, it’s nice to have a sized bra outside of “small, medium, large.” Don’t get me wrong, those stretchy bras that fit a plethora of sizes definitely have their place inthe breastfeeding world (I own several!), but there is just something that makes you feel a little more human on those rough days, knowing you’re wearing the closest thing to a “real” bra as you’re going to while breastfeeding. Only, it’s better than a non-nursing bra because it’s crazy comfortable to boot! 

I didn’t have the pleasure of trying them, but a little birdie (a.k.a my pregnant older sister) also told me that the Kindred Bravely maternity underwear are worth every cent and then some. So those are definitely going on my list of must-haves for the next one. Er, if there is a next one. 

But I have to say the most luxurious product I’ve worn thus far from Kindred Bravely are their pajama! Yall, I currently live in Hawaii. With no air conditoner. I basically lived in my bikini those last few weeks of pregnancy, but there were times I needed to wear more, ha. The Amelia Nursing & Materniry Pajamas are so divine.  They’re light weight and out-of-this-world soft. I didn’t feel hot and gross in them, despite the muggy heat. They covered my huge pregnant body well, and also fit my post partum body comfortably. No need for a size change to get me through the next year (or more…) of night nursing Bean. 

And one little tidbit that makes these pajamas extra special; I was wearing them in one of the very last breastfeeding photos that was taken of Sweet M before he quite unexpectedly decided to wean cold turkey when Bean was born (I have so many feels about that).

As life starts to find its flow now with our newest little addition, I’m so glad that I’ve got great apparel to keep me comfy and feel a little more human as I brave the world as a busy momma of four, who rarely gets to just sit and be unless it’s breastfeeding this sweet babe.

***I received products from Kindred Bravely in exchange for this blog post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are mine and I only advertise for companies that I genuinely love. 

Snug-a-licious is as Cozy as it Sounds 

We are all about the soft, comfortable, luxury apparel around here. That is no secret. 

My kiddos are the type who never wear pajamas two nights in a row. It’d be an atrocity, for sure! They like things clean and swanky and luxurious on their bodies. Who can blame them!? 

One of our absolute favorite clothing materials is bamboo. It’s eco-friendly and to-die-for soft. A win-win!

We recently got our hands on some Snug-a-licious pajamas and all three kids were eager to wriggle into them. I wish I could say they were equally eager to go bed, but….that’d be a lie, ha!

They loved how snug fitting they were – my kiddos don’t like anything baggy, sleepwear or otherwise. And how soft they were, of course!

And although we are in sunny Oahu, they were just the right level of warmth for our cool and breezy evenings, especially for Sweet M who declines any blanket being on his person at the moment. 

Miss H loved the soft pink and white of her pj’s. Just the colors for a sweet princess. 

And Mr. B loved his sneaker design, because obviously his pajamas promote just how fast our little runner is! 

My personal favorite, as someone who left her heart in England 10 years ago, was Sweet M’s adorable Union Jack pajamas. I mean, how could anyone not love those?

We also got a cozy little onesie for our snug-a-licious Jelly Bean who, no, doesn’t seem to intend on making an appearance any time soon. No surprise there. Photos of that to come, once our little bean is earthside.

These awesome pajamas have been washed and worn more than my pregnant brain can currently count, and they’re still soft and brand new looking; just as high quality apparel should be! 

And although they don’t miraculously make my babes joyful for bedtime, they do make them get changed quickly, so I count that as a huge momma win! 

***Full disclosure: I was given Snug-a-licious apparel for my children in exchange for this review. But all thought and opinions are mine.

3-2-1 Framboise 

There has definitely been a learning curve to island living. It’s been a fun adventure thus far, though. 

When we first moved to the island with eight outfits for each kid because everything else was being shipped over, I never dreamed that during that time my oldest and my youngest would go through mega growth spurts and require whole new wardrobes. 

Let’s just say, shopping on an island is tricky. At least when you’re hugely pregnant and have three kids. Or if you just want to avoid traffic, and lots and lots of tourists. And my kids will tell you, they don’t like tourists, ha ha.

When I lived in England the year before J and I got married, one of my favorite pastimes was simply browsing the stores looking at baby clothes. I was baby hungry already then. So I guess it’s not a surprise thay here we are, ten years later, due with our fourth child.

I love how appealing the apparel in Europe was for children. It was all so classic and dainty, and stylish and chic. Without being over-the-top. I even purchased a handful of outfits for my niece while living there. If I’d have known I’d be on the baby wagon shortly thereafter, I’d have  probably stocked up for myself too, ha ha.

But one thing all that baby clothes perusing did for us was make us thoroughly appreciate high-quality, nice clothing for our children. So J never once said a word about spending a pretty penny on nice, coordinating, high-quality apparel for our kiddos, because not only are they adorable on, but being such great quality means that they last essentially forever. They can handle the rough and tumble of unhindered kid play, and come out on the other end still looking practically new!

I knew I needed to find something on the island that could last through my toddler, but unfortunately the only store I was making it to was a much-loved big box store where moms are known to waste too much time and spend too much money. And it was still a lofty 40 minute drive depending on traffic. And with a screeching toddler, and a cute baby pressing on my bladder nonstop, not to mention two delightful but very loud older kids, that does not sound like a fun event. 

I already knew I was going to have to turn online to find clothing for Miss H. She’s a high-class kind of girl, and prefers dresses. And not just any dresses, but typically nice, expensive dresses. 

But the idea of shopping online for Sweet M was a little more disheartening because, well, time. Who has time to shop online all day? Who has time to piece together outfits that coordinate with one another? Who has time to go from one website to another trying to figure out what it is they need exactly? 

When you have someone this cute wanting to play with you, who wants to be on the computer?

That’s when I came across 3-2-1 Framboise. A monthly box subscription of European infant apparel. Um, yes, please!

 The sign up process was easy peasy, and most importantly – fast! It was only a few quick minutes and took very little time from those cute and crazy kiddos of mine. I answered a few quick questions: age, size, style-preference, and climate, and voila! It was that easy. A box of two adorable European brand outfits were on their way to use for Sweet M, and I didn’t have to waste any time shopping myself. What an absolute blessing for any momma, because we all know that whether you’ve got 1 little one or 12, whether you work outside of the home or inside, we are all super busy and can use the gift of time-saving any where we can.

And who doesn’t want to save time shopping and still get ridiculously adorable, high-quality clothing for their babes?

An added perk to 3-2-1 Framboise is that by subscribing to a monthly box, you’ll have clothing coming your way as baby grows; so no moments of frantically wondering how it’s possible that your darling literally grew an inch over night and now you’ve got nothing for her to wear. 

3-2-1 Framboise carries apparel for babes in size 3-18 months. But European sizes run awfully generous, so you’ll get a lot of bang for your buck in these darling outfits! 

You also get information about the clothing 3-2-1 Framboise is sending you. Information about the company the clothing is from, any little tidbits that may be helpful concerning the apparel such as adjustable waist, etc. Plus it all arrives at your doorstep in the cutest box and packaging!

Contemplating his next move.
This adorable organic outfit is sized 18 months. Sweet M is 32″+ and over 25lbs. And he’s still got room to grow. Plus check out those cute buttoned cuffs on those pants. He will get a lot of wear out of those! 
Also, can I just swoon over my baby for a moment and how awesome he looks in that sweet salmon-colored trim? 

Did anyone notice there is a bird (owl) on my bird-loving toddler’s shirt? I think it’s safe to say this will be a favorite for a loooong time! 

I also want to point out that these suave, light-weight organic pants have a drawstring. And not one of those “for looks” drawstring; it’s a genuine, bona fide, working drawstring. Which is fantastic. At home Sweet M is mostly diaper-free, and he’s got a tiny, bitty waist like all my kiddos, so most pants fall right off. But when we are out and about he’s still in a diaper, and since we use cloth that means a big ol’ bum, in which case sometimes pants are just way too small to fit properly. But these pants work for any situation! 

The other outfit we received was this class-act: dapper enough for mass and low-key enough for play (I mean, Mr. B wears button ups by choice as casual-wear, so it’s no surprise his little brother is following suit with his debonair style).

Those cute pin-striped shorts also have an adjustable waist with buttons and elastic inside, so they’re super versatile for diaper or none, or skinny dude or chunkalicious one (can we gush over chunky baby thighs for a minute?). 


He’s so suave and he knows it. And I feel good about dressing him in the fantastic clothing 3-2-1 Framboise chose for him! 

When you subscribe to your monthly box (which you can skip a month or cancel whenever you want, and it’s super simple!), you get to choose whether you want 1 or 2 outfits. I really loved this, because unlike some monthly subscriptions that send you several outfits, if you’re more minimal like me, you don’t feel instantly overwhelmed by clothing. Or if you still super love shopping and getting mail, this leaves room in your baby’s wardrobe for you to still go buy some fun pieces! It’s a win-win situation! 

And just in case you wondered, the clothing is 100% comfortable and baby-approved. Sweet M passed out for his nap on the floor, “reading” a book, and wearing his adorable, stylish, and comfy shirt from 3-2-1 Framboise. 


***Full Disclosure: I recieved a box from 3-2-1 Framboise in exchange for this review, but all thoughts and opinions are mine. 

Shopping With Kidizen

Oh man, I am so behind on everything in life right now. Especially blogging. Preparing for a tran-Pacific move has been more exhausting and time consuming than I ever could have imagined. Throw in three kids and a pregnancy, and…

Wait. Have I officially said we are moving yet?

Well, drum roll, please….our familia is relocating to the sunny island of Oahu for a year. Yep, we are Hawaii bound!

It wasn’t really part of our plan, but we are really good at being flexible (okay, J and the kids are, I’m just kind of roped into it), so it seems we’ll be off in no time.

But until then, let me tell you about my newest favorite app! Yes, I said app. This techno-impaired girl has finally downloaded an actual app onto her phone other than instagram.


My three little people are all pretty fashion savvy. Lordy knows they didn’t get it from their momma, but it’s so fun to watch them blossom into their own little people with distinct personalities and likes.

Even Sweet M is starting to bring me particular clothes to wear, and will demand I help him take things off if it isn’t just so. Of course, when he insists I take his pants off in the middle of Target I typically smile and pretend I have no idea what he wants as I shove a bag of crackers at him to distract him.

Miss H is so girly it slays me. In a good way. I don’t hate pink and princess and frills, so I’ve totally embraced her fancy desires. I mean, she likes to play in the mud and do math for fun, so whatever floats her boat is cool with me.

I love that the Kidizen app allows me to find her beautiful, high-quality, name brand and boutique-style dresses at prices that won’t break the bank. Because in our house, all clothes are play clothes. And sometimes you just have to look fancy while playing hard. I get it.

I had my eye on this Persnickety dress for quite a while but couldn’t bring myself to pull the trigger. So when I found it on Kidizen for $27 I snagged it without thinking twice!
Who is this big, beautiful girl; and where did my baby H go!?
She and Mr. B have claimed this hat of J’s and one of them tends to be wearing it at all times. She’s the perfect mix of brains and beauty.

Mr. B tends to like button up shirts. He’s all about “spiffy” clothes. He also is really into spies. And apparently spies wear “spiffy” clothes; although he’s been choosing button ups on his own for most of his life.

And let’s be honest. There is nothing cuter than a little boy who willingly wears preppy clothes.

This is his Power Ranger pose. It was the best I could get from him right now, ha. But this whole Gap outfit came from Kidizen for a mere $15!
That killer bruise on his chin came from a fall over the weekend when he fell into a bench at the Farmer’s Market. Honestly, I’m just glad we didn’t have to go for round 4 of stitches…

And let’s not forget Sweet M. He tends to gravitate toward blue clothes for some reason. I totally cannot make this up. If he brings me clothes to wear, it’s pretty much always blue. So when I spotted this adorable Janie and Jack t-shirt and these Mayoral shorts on Kidizen, I knew they needed to be his!

Also, can we pause for a moment and talk about this kid’s torso. Seriously. Those shorts are an 18 month size and he’s got room to grow in them. That t-shirt? It’s a 2t. I thought for sure it’d be huge on him, but no…he’s a giant!

You see those crazy eyes of his? He gets those from his Momma; his good looks come from his Papa. But he’s going to be sporting some ridiculously hilarious and adorable glasses soon! And of course, they’re blue.
He’s usually a very willing model, but there were some amazingly huge lawn mowers going on at the same time. And that was just way too intriguing than cooperating for Momma. And because he’s so dang cute, he can get away with it!

Seriously, I’m loving this app and the variety of clothing. Not only do they have infant and children’s clothing, they also have maternity clothing and children’s accessories.

I am willing to pay for high-quality clothing because they last unlike anything else. But I definitely prefer buying things second hand because it is better for both Mother Earth and my pocket book.

I’ve also snagged quite a few things for the soon-to-be babe, and I can’t wait to put those items into use. Squee! Tiny baby clothes.

Also, Kidizen’s customer service is stellar. I had a small issue where a seller hadn’t mailed out my item after two weeks, nor did she respond to my message, and Kidizen very promptly refunded my money back to me.

Y’all, if you’re not all ready utilizing the Kidizen app, get on it asap! You won’t regret it! Plus, you can sell your own gently used kid’s clothing on Kidizen, too. It’s a win-win all around.

They’re my favorites!





***Full disclosure: I was compensated by Kidizen in exchange for this blog post, but all thoughts and opinions are solely mine.

Feeling Energized in Pink Blush + Giveaway!

It’s hard sometimes to feel great during pregnancy.

No one warns you about the exhaustion. Oh my goodness, the exhaustion!

Sure, everyone tells you that you’ll be exhausted once that sweet babe is here, but before then? Nope. No one prepares you for how tiring growing a human is.

With my first babe, I remember thinking it had to be in my head. How could I not even look pregnant and still feel like I could fall asleep the second I sat down (and I did! Often!)?

Now that we are on to baby number four (what!?), I’m more prepared for that deep-in-your-bones-exhaustion-from-growing-a-human. Plus, you know, I’m raising three other kidlets, one of which still doesn’t sleep through the night and uses me as an all day buffet. But good golly, he’s cute!

I mean look at that little face!

Throughout my pregnancies I’ve learned that it is imperative for me to get dressed and feel good about myself each day to help with the exhaustion. It’s crazy what a shower and wearing something other than a pair of pajamas can do for you.

So on the days I’m feeling super depleted and like I will never get my act together, I force myself to look presentable, so I can 180 my day and be the momma my kids need. They don’t seem to care that I’m growing a human and didn’t sleep more than 2 consecutive hours last night. They still want to play at the playground and have books read to them. Oh, and the big one – eat! Can you believe these kids want three balanced meals, plus snacks, every day? Geez Louise.

I like to be comfortable though. That’s essential in my daily life because – three kids. I need to be able to run and play and get down on their level. You’ll likely never see me in a pair of high heels or with a face full of make up because that’s not comfortable for me (my own momma can run in heels! I don’t know how she does it). But I like cute dresses and tunics with leggings that I can wear with sandals and look put together but still super comfortable.

And Pink Blush has a vast array of maternity clothes that allow me just this! I own several articles of clothing from them: maternity clothes, nursing clothes, and just normal wear, as well. I love that they offer amazing options for any stage in life you are at. And every single piece is ridiculously comfortable while also being cute and making me look like I have my life together (I don’t).

Grow, baby, grow!

I super love dresses. There was a time in my life when it was pretty much all I wore. And I’m getting back to that because it’s what I feel most comfortable in (though I’ll never abandon my leggings. I’ll be 80 and still wearing them, ha!). I’ve made an effort to fill my maternity wardrobe with maternity dresses this go-round, since it’s mostly summer clothing I will need (and between me and you, we are relocating somewhere hot soon!).

So wherever you are at in your life: pregnant, post partum, or no where ready to have some littles (and that’s okay!), hop on over to Pink Blush and check out their awesome and super comfortable apparel that is sure to help you feel beautiful no matter how tired you may be feeling from work, school, or kiddos!



Pink Blush is giving away a $75 gift card to one lucky reader! In order to enter you must comment below with your favorite pick-me-up when you’re feeling depleted and share this post on your Facebook or Twitter! For extra entries “like” my facebook page (leave your FB name below if different) and follow me on instagram (and let me know your insta handle)! A winner will be announced on April 1st. (If you have won a Pink Blush gift card elsewhere in the past 6 months, you are ineligible to enter this time; sorry!)



***Full disclosure: I was given a dress from Pink Blush in exchange for this blog review, but all thoughts and opinions are mine alone.