TGIF! The work week has been so non-stop, I couldn’t be more excited for the upcoming weekend. Weekends are always so hectic in our house–especially since Naiya came into our lives. All week, I dream of accomplishing so many things and I’m constantly making “to do” lists. Then, when the weekend finally hits, I’m rarely able to get through even half of my list because…#momlife.
For those of you who celebrated Easter and Passover this weekend, I hope you enjoyed! How is it already April and how do Phil and I have a seven month old baby? Outfit-wise, I’m excited to share a look I’ve been wearing on repeat recently that’s very much inspired by spring. This jumpsuit has the the cutest floral pattern and dainty bows. While I usually gravitate towards neutrals, I’ve found myself wearing more bright patterns recently. Scroll down for details behind this look as well as seven other jumpsuits you should know about for spring.
Since giving birth Naiya back in August, I’ve become such big fan of “wearing” her that I wanted to dedicate today’s post to my love for baby wrapping. Over the past few weeks, this has completely changed my life because it’s given me the freedom to move around the house and get things done while Phil is working. I love that it also helps me to put Naiya to sleep safely while still allowing her to stay close to me.
Nine weeks into parenthood–just when we thought we would never sleep again–we are ecstatic to share that Naiya slept through the night for the first time! For those of you who have been following along, you know that Naiya has had digestion problems since soon after birth and we’ve been trying to get to the bottom of them. We started her on a new medication this week and a few days into it, she has finally slept more than 3-4 hours at a time! We still don’t have all of the answers but this is definitely progress!
The uber-hot weather finally broke a bit here in LA this week! It’s been in the 60’s and 70’s just in time for Halloween and it’s finally time to break out my favorite “fall” looks. As a native New York stater, fall here in LA will always feel more like summer to me because it never really cools down here (especially by Halloween!) but I have so much more fun layering up because I rarely have to worry about it actually being cold.