I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about spring clothing! It feels like just yesterday we were preparing for spring when COVID decided to make its unexpected appearance. Clothing for spring looks a little different this year considering most of us are still spending A LOT of time at home or working from home. Likewise, rounding up a number of amazing dresses for spring (clickable above) that are comfortable enough to wear while working from home. These dresses also happen to be cute past all the zoom calls and they’ll turn heads out in the real world too (someday!).


Since I’m constantly working from home these days, I’m currently wearing ALL the comfy, neutral basics on repeat for ALL the zooms. Rounding up and linking to some of my favorite basics of the moment above.  I could pair my entire wardrobe down to just these basics and delicate gold accessories and I could be good to go for a very long time.


I can’t believe it’s already almost March and Sadie is officially four months old. I feel like I’ve known her for a lifetime and for a minute all at the same time and I’m savoring her ever-growing rolls that are truly expanding by the second.  This month, Sadie truly grew exponentially. In fact, she may be one of the biggest four month olds I’ve ever seen. We learned today that she’s in the 97th percentile for height and weight and that she already weighs 18 pounds! I’m not sure what’s in my milk this time around but our pediatrician predicts she’ll be at least 5’9. Both of our girls may or may not be able to pick their mama up by kindergarten so I’m squeezing them in my arms while I still can.


I’ve officially been back at work for over a week since maternity leave ended and it’s been such a whirlwind! From long nights nursing Sadie and comforting Naiya to pumping at the office every three hours, this mama is tired! When I wake up in the mornings completely groggy, the last thing I want to do is spend too much time picking out my outfits. That said, since I still want to look put together for the office, I’ve been mixing and matching basics to create a fool-proof office “uniform.”