I can’t believe Naiya is 17-months and will be turning a year-and-a-half on the 30th. I keep blinking and months seem to be flashing right by. Naiya is growing like crazy and her little thigh rolls are starting to slim out (cue the ugly tears!) She’s a full-out toddler now and I find myself scrolling through her photos from a few months ago wondering where our baby went. Rounding up our outfits of the day today as well as a mom and baby update.
I can’t believe our Prague trip is coming to an end. I wish our family could continue to travel for at least a few more weeks but of course we have to go back to the real world. Traveling for the first time abroad with Naiya has been exhausting but also so special. I’ve been very aware of the fact that Naiya will only be this young once so I’ve been doing my best to soak it all in (the travel fussiness, dirty diapers at the most inopportune times and all!). Overall, she really has been a dream and we feel extremely lucky! Sharing a few outfit photos we snapped before we left for our trip last week featuring white “dad sneakers” and the cutest little pink dress and blue romper on Naiya.
This was my first mommy-daughter weekend entirely on my own since Naiya was born. Phil was out of town on a business trip and it was the first time we didn’t plan for family or friends to come and help us out. Let’s face it: 8-months in, it was time for me to bite the bullet! I’m lucky I made it this far. That said, I was completely anxious that I wouldn’t be able to juggle it all without Phil.
This spring, I can’t get enough of safari-inspired linen. From easy, breezy jumpsuits to classic button-downs and matching sets, I’ve been pairing linen pieces with everything. Naturally, when I saw this white and pink striped linen dress, it was love at first sight and I couldn’t wait to try it on.