My husband and I took our first romantic getaway since our honeymoon (and since our son was born, except for the occasional overnight break when my mom comes to town and can babysit) back in May and I wanted to share our highlights in case some of you are looking to take a romantic getaway or anniversary trip to NYC. I highly recommend it. Read More
Category Archives: honeymoon
I’ve been very vocal about my own experience using a honeymoon registry (I loved it!) almost four years ago, but it seems that some people are still on the fence about the idea. However, the honeymoon registry is becoming popular as many couples find it most appropriate for their needs. After all, the purpose of a gift registry is to take the guesswork out of gift giving. Read More
Hi lovelies! I’m headed to my brother’s wedding this weekend (probably my last time as a bridesmaid and Charlie’s first time as a ringbearer – can’t wait to see him in his little suit!) and then I’m taking a bit of time off to spend with family. I have some great guest posters lined up for you. I hope you enjoy reading their posts as much as I have. There are some DIY’s, cocktail recipes, inspiration boards, and more! Leave them some love if you have a minute. And if you want to see Charlie as a ringbearer (probably not, but indulge me a little) or want to see me be a tourist with my sweetheart in NYC, be sure to follow along on instagram.
Oh, I’m also on Bloglovin now. Follow my blog with Bloglovin, especially now that Google Reader is going away! That’s how I’ll be keeping up on my blog reading. And I’m making an effort of finally getting to know google + too. So be sure to find me there as well.
Now, are you planning your honeymoon but aren’t sure what type of honeymoon is right for you? Not sure if you want to go sightseeing in Paris or lounge on a beach in Jamaica? This infographic quiz from Phase Eight may come in handy.
Since this weekend is Mother’s Day, tomorrow I’m sharing my birth story. It is a long and sometimes rough story, but it has a happy ending. I read a lot of birth stories when I was pregnant, and they helped me get mentally prepared for the possibilities, but eventually I went overboard and they started making me anxious and I had to cut myself off. I don’t want to scare anyone, so don’t read it if you scare easily, but just know I’m only sharing in an effort to let you know you aren’t alone and if I can do it, you can do it! And ask questions – I’m happy to answer anything in the comments or in an email.