While shopping for some winter clothes for my kids, I found such adorable new must-haves that I had to share. I only chose the softest and kid-friendliest cold-weather basics that I was sure would get approval from both kids and parents. Here are my finds for little girls and boys (6 years and up), and in another post I’ve got toddlers covered.
My 6-year-old, Alexandra, will wear dresses but not pants (not even sweatpants!), and tights but not socks. That makes her winter wardrobe straightforward: long-sleeved dresses and thick tights. But for those of you who can get your kid to wear pants, check out these picks.
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While shopping for some winter clothes for my kids, I found such adorable new must-haves that I had to share. I chose only the softest and kid-friendliest cold-weather basics that I was sure would get approval from both kids and parents. Here are my finds for toddler girls and boys, and in another post I’ve got kids 6 years+ covered.
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Many people dream up a nursery plan long before (or in my case, still years after) a baby is born. I think it’s an act of love to prepare a space for a baby, and it’s also a luxury for parents to have a beautiful respite in those early baby days. There’s plenty of nursery inspiration online, but I’ve noticed that nearly all styled nurseries have an element or two that is either impractical or a safety risk. I picked some gorgeous nurseries that demonstrate tips for a safe, practical and stylish nursery.
DO ATTACH CHANGING PADS
Floral Glam Nursery by Emily Henderson
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Every Friday, I gather up links to ideas, videos, articles and spaces I hope you’ll find interesting and relevant. Have a pretty weekend!
Nod Free Printable Coloring Pages
The Thing All Women Do You Don’t Know About
Both internally and externally, we minimize it. We have to. To not shrug it off would put is in confrontation mode more often than most of us feel like dealing with. We learn at a young age how to do this. We didn’t put a name or label to it. We didn’t even consider that other girls were doing the same thing. But we were teaching ourselves, mastering the art of de-escalation.
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Do your dining chairs match, or do you use a mix of chairs? Do you use captain’s chairs? I prefer to have matching chairs, although Gabe sits in a Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair. We can let the images make the arguments.
Matched Dining Chairs
Pedestal chairs at sunroom dining table on Apartment Therapy Continue reading “Dining Chairs: Mix or Match?”
My family moved into our current house in January 2016, and the first thing I did was set up a kids’ art and homework area in what was formerly a breakfast room. Continue reading “Before & After: Kids’ Art Station”
One of the hardest parts of styling a home is gaining clarity about the stuff you like, and stuff that represents you. I feel like after years of trying to put my house together, I’ve got a pretty good idea of what my style is, but I’m still a quiz junkie.
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