On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me...a fun photo project in Waterford, Virginia.
“He’s baba’d his last lu!”– Lucy Ricardo
Reflecting back on the first three months of Lucy's life and also on how my life has changed since becoming a mommy!
One unsuspecting day in October, we invited our parents, Bryan's grandma, and my brother to come to a "Fall Party" at our home. It just so happened to coincide directly with when we would be finding out the gender of our little one! I couldn't let the surprise factor go to waste so this post will highlight our "Fall Party" turned SURPRISE "Gender Reveal Party".
One of the greatest aspects of college was being able to work alongside talented classmates and learn from each other through group projects and critiques.
Back when we first bought our house I wrote a similar post called 6 Things I Learned about First Time House Buying. Now that we are coming up on our year and a half mark in our humble abode, I didn't want you all to think the learning stopped at buying – oh no, quite the contrary, we have learned even more tough lessons throughout our first year and a half of being first time homeowners. Don’t get me wrong, owning a house is rewarding and having your own space is priceless…but the little things along the way make me wish that I could just phone up a landlord and have them fix things for me, for free (lucky for me, I do have my dad for that)!
Our first decorating project, designing our Morning Room.
Here is a quick list of a few things I learned while we searched for our first home. Like I said previously, I was CLUELESS about house-hunting before we started. Thanks to our realtor, lender, and friends who have recently bought their first home - I now understand it better. This is just a short [...]