Have Love Will Travel

Day 1: drinks on The Terrace Night 1: dinner at Graze and boots of beer at Essen Haus Day 2: Farmer’s Market (which is how you know we’re in our 30’s) Night 2: Dinner at Harvest “Have love, whoa Baby will travel/                             […]

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Meet the Diapers and Diamonds Dudes: A Father’s Day Tribute

  Discovering one’s personal style is a process that continues to change with time and age.  As we’ve blogged about, our styles have evolved since entering motherhood, and this progression has been deliberate, born out of necessity.  We think men undergo this same transformation, though it may not be as intentional, and it may not […]

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Last Minute Father’s Day Shopping

1.Beard Oil: Bearded Soldier, Zeus Verbena Lime Oil// 2. Solid Cologne: Alfred Lane, Juniper Ridge// 3. Rugged Watch: Timex Expedition, Akribos XXIV // 4. Bag: Herschel Supply Co., A.P.C.// 5. Flask: Bey-Berk, Espacio Handmade // 6. Quirky T-Shirt: Take Me To The Trees, Rugged Henry David Thoreau// 7. DIY Beer Brewing Kit: Sur La Table Irish Stout, Brew Demon

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The Art of Matching (Without Matching)

If you had told me 5 years ago that I would be picking out my wardrobe choices based on what a 2 year old is wearing, I would have laughed in your face, but today it seems perfectly normal and even endearing. So I’m not talking about this kind of matching… ….Or maybe I am. […]

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I Just Wanna Wear a T-shirt!!!

As you read the title of this post, I hope you did so with a pleading whine, because that’s the tone I’m feeling most days.  Dressing up is exhausting.  Work is exhausting.  Kids are exhausting.  Sometimes I just don’t want to do all this adulting.  I want to binge-watch Netflix in my underwear and Facebook-stalk people […]

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To Grandmother’s

We took a road trip recently to visit the grandparents and it got me thinking about how grateful I am to have them around and part of my son’s life. One of my favorite things growing up was spending time with my grandparents and now as a mom I truly appreciate the role they played […]

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Olive is the New…

I’m the first to admit that I have a problem: I wear too much black.  I’m obsessed.  Black hides a myriad of transgressions—dirt, baby spit-up, muffin tops—and it looks so consistently sleek.  It’s the richest, deepest, most elegant, and most forgiving of all the colors.  My love-affair with black goes back decades, and I may […]

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