Since having a baby, we’ve learned a lot about what you actually need and what is unnecessary. Our registry definitely had unnecessary items. Live and learn, right? However, I’ve gotten asked a few times what new mamas should get, so I thought I’d make a list of things that were essential and things made our… Continue reading The 50 item baby registry!
It is crazy to see how much a baby changes in such a short period of time. L went from slow crawling to pulling up on everything to moving at the pace of a cheetah and now standing up on his own. We have ALL THE TOYS in our living room right now. You’d think… Continue reading What we’re loving now
How soon is too soon to start planning for baby’s first Christmas?! We are just NINE weeks away from the big day and I’ve already compiled a list for L. I wanted to share a few things here – maybe to help other new parents plan for their own babies under one. His list is… Continue reading Baby’s First Christmas
This weekend might have been one of my favorites, ever. Actually, I’m loving all of October. All of Fall, thus far. Last weekend, we visited the North Carolina Zoo with our little bear. This weekend, we visited the pumpkin “patch”, stumbled across a Harvest Festival and then went to the State Fair. The pumpkin patch… Continue reading Basic Fall Weekend
This past weekend, we decided to go to the North Carolina zoo. We hoped we’d get to see everything but were realistic in our planning, knowing that the chances of an 8 month old sitting through 5 miles of walking over 4+ hours wasn’t likely. We took our umbrella stroller because it would be lighter… Continue reading First Zoo Visit with Baby!
Late this summer, we decided to alter our diet to be pescatarian. This was a bit tough because my love for buffalo wings is strong and Landon loves to eat all the duck/rabbit/lamb/<insert other precious baby animals here>. Also, I grew up on a beef farm so red meat has always been a big part… Continue reading Our adventures as pescatarians
August 26th marked one year of living in Chapel Hill. We still answer “yes” when people ask if we are from Charlotte. Afterall, we spent almost a decade calling the Queen City home. We also still miss Charlotte. Me more than Landon, but we can both agree that we miss the conveniences of shopping and… Continue reading A year here