We just got our first snowfall of the season this morning, and I’m already mourning the loss of outdoor play weather. So I’ve started a winter boredom buster list, and this inflatable fort idea is topping it. I know Beck will love it. To replicate, simply grab:
Eating out with Beck has started become much more of a challenge. The only thing that can make things run smoother is if the restaurant provides paper and crayons, then he’ll color happily for the duration of the meal. I was starting to get nervous about Thanksgiving until I saw this genius table cover from Caravan. For just $8 you get:
A woodland party seems like the perfect fall birthday theme, and Rebecca of Present proves just that with this party for her 1-year-old daughter, Jane. With rustic elements gathered from their neighborhood woods, gold accents and thoughtful elements for the kids, Rebecca created a cozy atmosphere for the party goers old and young. And those s’mores look super tasty. What’s your favorite element?
When Beck was just 5 months old, I gave myself the challenge of carrying my camera around with me the entire day and documenting the everyday routine. I love that through the series of captures, Beck’s personality shows through. I’ve decided to make it a regular practice, so here’s a recent day in the life of Beck at 18 months old!
I think there’s a common misconception that the moment a child joins a family, stylish interior living goes downhill. Their toys and messes take over the house and there’s no way you’re going to own anything nice, because they’ll surely destroy it. But I love parents who turn that notion on its head and still have beautiful homes that work with the children, not against them. I love when the homes looked lived and loved in, and where there’s evidence that children live there. So the Coleman’s home that was featured in a recent issue of Anthology caught my eye. See for yourself.