We finally have entirely finished one room in our new home, sweet Remie Rue’s nursery!!!  This space was so much fun to decorate and probably the easiest of all the rooms for me to put together, kids rooms are just the best and always end up being my favorite of all.

My inspiration for the entire room came from this wallpaper from Shop B Darling.  With it being our third baby girl, I decided to completely embrace all things feminine and sweet — and the wallpaper just did that for me!  I had been wanting to try wallpaper forever and loved it just as much as I thought I would, it was super easy to put up and transformed the entire room in one afternoon.  I am already thinking of the next place I want to put some up!

Since the print was pretty large & busy, I wanted to keep everything else light and basic.  We bought another of the Ikea dressers that we already have two of (they are seriously the best ever and so affordable!), and got a new crib that will convert to a twin bed when she is older.  I also had been hoarding the prettiest swing forever and just could not find a place to put it, and loved how it looked in this space!  The very last piece was added was her name sign, while most everything was finished before she arrived, I left a space for it since I knew I wanted to have one there but we didn’t know what her name would be.  When it came in the mail last week it was so perfect and just the final touch to make the sweetest nursery for our Remie girl, I hope she grows to love her little space as much as we do!

Sign & Garland C/O The Modern Mill Changing Pad CoverSheets — Dresser — Wallpaper C/O Shop B Darling — Baskets C/O Lorena Canals — Rug C/O Lorena Canals  StoolSwingBookshelves — Sign C/O Opal Plus OliveGliderCrib

*Bow holder & basket on the dresser are from TJMaxx.

Happiest NOVEMBER!!!  Remie’s first holiday has come & gone, I can hardly believe it!  We had such a fun week celebrating Halloween before the day even came — Waverly’s Monster Mash at her new school, costume day at dance for both the big girls, pumpkin painting, and we took our whole zoo to the Boo Zoo, one of our favorite traditions.  We are running on little sleep right now and I was honestly exhausted by Wednesday, but if you know me, you know I live for this stuff and this year was no different.  I absolutely loved celebrating with all of our little girls and it’s still just so crazy to me that we have three kids to experience all the magic of the holidays with.

Wednesday, I got the girls ready in their best fall colors and like usual, we walked Waverly to school.  Avalon, Remie and I spent the morning making chili in the crock pot and cupcakes for later that night, and then went to Waverly’s school for her Halloween party.  The girls costumes were all store-bought (easiest EVER!!), but I loved them so much and also how coordinated they were even though we found them at separate stores!  Waverly was a garden fairy, Avalon a deer, and Remerie the sweetest little baby fox.

Trick or treating was adorable, watching Waverly & Avalon go from house to house SO EXCITED about it all was just the best.  Halloween night will always be one of my favorite nights as a parent and even though I don’t want Remie to grow too fast, it’s so fun to think about all three of them running around together in the next couple of years to come!

And lastly, funny story.  Remie wore her fox costume to the Boo Zoo on Sunday, we came home and of course it was chaotic and I didn’t think to look for it again until a little while before we went Trick or Treating Wednesday night.  And it was gone!!!  We searched the house, it was no where to be found, so apparently we lost it at the Boo Zoo.  Seriously, who loses their kids first Halloween costume?  It’s both hilarious and so fitting to our life right now with three kids.  Feeling lucky I am OCD and took pictures early AND for this candy corn costume I kept from Waverly’s first Halloween.

If anyone sees a baby fox, send them my way. They may just have found our costume. 😉

The countdown is on, one more week until Halloween and we cannot wait to celebrate our first official holiday as a family of five!!  Sharing some pictures of our October today, as well as five things I never want to forget about October 2018 – like usual, it went WAY TOO FAST.

I took all three girls to three different pumpkin patches.  One trip lasted all of fifteen minutes and we barely made it out alive, another ended with me nursing in the front seat of my car while the big girls entertained themselves by jumping over the seats in the back, and the last one was so hot we were all sweating (including Remie).  Expectations are low with three kids but we made all the memories and I am calling it a win.

Avalon’s first field trip was this month and it was just about the cutest thing ever.  It is so much fun seeing her make little friends and getting to experience being in big girl school just like Waverly.  Lately she is so silly (and getting her own spunk as well) but her personality is just so big and she is so much fun to be around.

Waverly is settling into first grade and absolutely loving it!  This month she had picture day and was so excited about it, I also took her two little sisters to come eat lunch with her at school and she was so proud.  She keeps a photo of her, Avalon & Remie in her bookbag — she will forever be the child that keeps us on our toes but she truly is the BEST big sister ever.

We have been seeing Remerie’s personality more & more the past few weeks, she is using her voice and smiling more all of the time.  The big girls get so excited when she smiles or makes eye contact with each of them, they also argue over who gets to hold her throughout the day.  She is definitely sooooo very loved and will never know what quiet is.

This month we got our mantle up just in time for the holidays, my husband made it out of wood from a tree that actually fell in our neighborhood.  It really is hard getting house projects done with three kids and jobs and everything else, but I remind myself all the time that one day our kids will be grown and gone and we will have all the time in the world for projects and then … we will be sad.  For now, soaking these little girls in while we can.

Hope you are having the best October!  XO

Five weeks into baby number three and life is sweeter, and more chaotic, than ever.  Everyone told me that number three is a game-changer, and in a lot ways I totally get that now — with three kids, there is ALWAYS something to do, someone always needs something (or more likely all three need something at the same time), and there have been many times when I felt in way over my head.  But also, third time around & it’s just so much easier not to worry about the small stuff and to embrace the crazy, knowing how quickly everything changes.  Also to focus on the positive and the sweet moments, which there have been a whole lot of!!  We absolutely love having three kids and I already cannot imagine life any other way.

Sharing a few of our favorite products for Remerie today, these are all things that were sent to me during my pregnancy and I have been loving finally getting to use them the last month!

We use our dock-a-tot every single day & night, and we love it.  Because Remie loves it.  I know every other mama would agree, there is no price tag on good sleep and it is wellllll worth every penny.  It’s super cozy and comfy for the babes, and is also super convenient, we use it in our bassinet at night and I move it to wherever we are throughout the day for naps or even just to set her in while we are hanging out.  Full disclosure, Remerie is not the best sleeper and does not like to be put down — which is probably another post for another day — but if there is somewhere she will go for a bit, this is one of those things.  I will forever recommend it!

I was really excited to try the ollie swaddle, I used SO MANY different swaddles with both Waverly & Avalon and really never found one that we loved other than just a traditional swaddle blanket that you do yourself.  We can’t really decide yet if Remie likes to be swaddled or not, and are still really going back and forth night to night to try to figure out what works best, but the night we used the ollie swaddle she slept pretty well.  It gets your babe super tight and is supposed to mimic the womb (which obviously she loved, being nine days late & induced), so I am excited to try it more over the next couple weeks!

I am waiting on one final piece (a name sign) for the nursery and then will do a post to share it all, in the meantime, a little bit about the rug I decided to go with — we love it so much!!  Lorena Canals has the prettiest rugs ever, I could find a place for one in every room of the house!  My favorite part is that they are washable, I had one that wasn’t with Avalon and will never make that mistake again.  We have already washed this one a couple times!  The pink & white basket is also by the same brand, it’s super versatile as well and I love how it is two-toned.

The binxy baby shopping cart hammock is honestly genius, the first time I went grocery shopping after Remie was born I did not take it, and had to have Waverly push the stroller while I pushed the cart.  And this was only with two kids, Avalon was home with my husband!  I loooove the idea of being able to let your baby lay on top of the cart while you fill it with what you need, it really is the best idea ever!

If you are expecting, know someone who is or have a little one of you own — these are all such great products which really do make a difference in your day to day.  And your sanity! 🙂 Hope it was helpful, happiest weekend! XO


My little brother got MARRIED over the weekend!!  He (and his wife!) live in Colorado and had the most beautiful ceremony & reception at a ski resort in Breckenridge.  My big girls were the flower girls and sadly, I was not able to make the trip with Remerie being so little and not able to fly yet, but we made the most out of it and Facetimed throughout the weekend to feel as much a part of it as we could.  The girls had the absolute best time, it was Avalon’s first plane ride and both girls loved being able to play in the snow!  It was so weird being here without them, we loved being able to focus on Remie and to just slow down for a bit, but the quiet house was almost sad and I missed their tiny voices so much.  Such a good reminder that even though us mamas crave peace & quiet, one day once it’s all gone it will surely be missed, just like everyone tells us.

I took some photos of the girls in their dresses before they left, they were the cutest pretending they were “getting married like mommy & daddy” and wanted to borrow our rings to do their own vows.  Their dresses were custom by Wrare Doll, I looooove how they turned out and we will have to figure out somewhere else they can wear them before too long!

Congratulations Austin & Sarah, we are so incredibly happy for you both and wish you a lifetime of happiness. XO