Happy February! We had the sunniest January that I can ever remember in Seattle and it has been a delight. My first Seattle January experience was my freshman year of college, in which there was a record set for number of days in a row of rain. We had almost the opposite this year and it has made all the difference. So happy to be another month closer to warmer weather, daylight savings time, and baby!


Approaching 24 weeks now and feeling mostly great. I’m still getting sick daily, in the mid afternoon through the evening, but I’m having a vastly different pregnancy from my first go-around, and am much more active and much less stressed about the baby and all the changes to come. So thankful. Living in this dress by Ripe.

Discovering First Honey products. This a brand new company that launched last summer, and they’ve created a more natural version of common antibacterial first aid products, using 100% honey. They’ve found it to be more effective at healing the cuts and scrapes of common childhood. (Note: While honey isn’t recommended orally for infants under one year, it is safe to be used topically, for cuts and also for other skin treatments such as a diaper rash cream. Check with your medical provider before using if you have concerns. Even though it’s safe for people who are allergic to bee stings, it’s a good idea to double check, especially if you have something more directly related like a honey allergy.) More information on how it works here.

Nesting like a crazy person. No surface or closet is safe around here. I am Marie-Kondo-ing like it’s my part-time job and everything that does not bring me joy has got to go. The nursery is started but has a long runway before it’s ready, and I’m in the midst of all the de-cluttering, rearranging, and remodel dreams (half of which will not come to fruition, but I’m having fun in dream mode). I love the light our living room (and whole house) gets, and that was a big selling point for us on the house and continues to be one of my favorite aspects of our home.


Feeding A Family

Cozy Minimalist Home


The First Forty Days

And Baby Makes Three (or four for us!) A John Gottman book on prepping your marriage for baby

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