Yesterday I woke up to breakfast in bed, the sweetest cards, and tons of baby kisses. Then we headed into Manhattan where Aaron had arranged for me to sneak away for a manicure. Afterwards, we played at Washington Square Park and had a small picnic of Mamoun’s falafel (which is pretty much the best thing ever).
Tonight I’m heading out for my weekly girls “date night” dinner in the city at this new restaurant. I haven’t been filled in on Mother’s Day plans but I’m hoping it involves a little extra sleep and a cup of coffee that I don’t have to reheat three times. Here are few things that caught
I am so excited to finally be able to share the pictures from Lilah’s first birthday! I loved every minute of planning her party. Picking a theme was easy because, let’s be honest, who doesn’t love donuts. My second step was contacting the girls at Yeti & The Beast to help me design the invitations. I wanted them to be
New York, everything I’ve said about you in January, February, March, and heck, most of April I officially take back. As of Sunday we have had perfect weather and are so happy to take advantage of spending all day outside again. There is no better way to start the day than coffee and
I am terrible at making time for myself. There are plenty of things I want to do outside of my everyday duties of being a mother, wife, and homemaker (do people still use that term?), but it seems that I always have a wonderful excuse why I have to stay home. Usually my response