Savannah Wallace

Savannah is married to her high-school sweetheart, Jonathon and the mother of their newborn boy, Soren. Savannah co-owns Maiedae with her best friend and business partner, Jenny where they design beautiful sites, blogs and branding pieces for fellow entrepreneurs and bloggers. They are also the founders of the annual blogger event, The Maiedae Mixer. Savannah runs her own personal lifestyle blog where she talks about all things fashion, home, beauty and mommy-hood as well as a beauty channel on YouTube. Find Savannah on her blog, Instagram and Facebook!

6 Experiences I Loved Growing Up that I Would Like My Littles to Experience Too

Our little ones live in such a different time then we did as children. There are so many new and exciting things I’m looking forward to teaching and experiencing in my parenting journey with Soren. However, I can’t help but remember the fond experiences I had growing up in a world not centered around technology. While I’m excited to teach Soren everything I can about the fascinating world around him I would also love him to be able to experience some of the incredible memories I experienced during my childhood:

Fun Facts About Soren at 9 Months!

What is happening?! How did my little one go from newborn to nearly toddler so quickly!?

I’m enjoying every magical month more and more. Check out some of my favorite “Soren milestones” below:

4 Helpful Tips for Preventing Diaper Rash

Soren has extremely sensitive skin, and we’re always combating some type of flare up — anything from eczema to diaper rashes. After Soren’s surgery in August, he got a horrible diaper rash that took some time to clear up, and ever since then, it sometimes flares up here and there.

Thankfully, we’ve found a couple of extremely helpful methods to help prevent icky rashes before they get out of control.

Soren’s First Time at the Beach!

A few weekends ago, we decided to pack up our things and go with some of our closest friends to visit Myrtle Beach! This would be Soren’s first trip to the beach AND the longest car ride he’s ever been on. Six hours, to be exact!

What I Learned from “Un-Plugging” for a Week

I find myself constantly in a go-go-go mindset. I also find it difficult to stop and just do ONE thing at a time. Like watch a show, for example. I’m always tempted to pick up my phone and browse my social media. My phone is constantly in my hand or pocket and I hate it. Since I work from home and I’m a full-time mom, I’ve found it more and more difficult to step away from work, especially when I’m connected constantly via my phone.

I’ve felt such a pressure to “be in the loop” and I hated that anxious feeling it was stirring inside of me. I needed a break, so I declared an “un-plug” week. I put up my automatic reply on my email, logged out of all my social media, put my computer away, and took a break. I wanted to slow down and just put everything away. It was such an incredible week, and it really taught me a lot.

Here are a few things that really moved me during this time.

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