That title is a mouthful, isn’t it? We’ve been plant based for over a year now and gluten-free for longer, but after being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease last spring our meals have had to be cleaner than ever.
Camoflauge makes me feel some type of way. I don’t know what it is but it’s part cool and part nineties nostalgia but i’ve never gotten over it. I picked up this jacket in a vintage store while killing time in New York, but I’m thrilled to say camo is making a huge comeback this fall!Even while the whole world laughed at this timeless print thanks to ‘Duck Dynasty’ and such, I never lost hope, friends. Show of hands for anyone else who never gave up on it in the first place? (Am I raising my hand alone?)
jacket: identical here
perfect tee: Rag & Bone
denim: Rag & Bone
slides: Franco Sarto
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You guys know how I love my neutrals, but for some reason this is a neutral to me. Sure it’s a bit of an out-there print sometime, but I always styled O and Oshiolema in camo and eventually realized it goes with just about everything. I have to be a liiitttle bit careful since I’m no delicate flower and it veers a bit masculine pretty quickly. Paired with the right accessories camouflage can look super smart and it’s the perfect contrast to an all white or black and white outfit.
Here are some more favorites that caught my eye for this season
My sweet angel girl turns 2 today and I could just burst with love for her. She is, in a word, bright. Full of light! Full of life. So full of words and excitement and ideas and joy. We still call her our sour patch kid (“first they’re sour! then they’re sweet!) but the name isn’t really fitting anymore. She is our sweetheart.
If 10 sounds like a lot to you, you should see my Podcast show list. It’s a liiiitle bit alarming, but I am a podcast junkie through and through. Whether it be for Biblical learning, motherhood information and inspiration, business advice or entertainment purposes alone I never miss an opportunity to learn and enjoy. Here are my top 10 (just know this was really hard for me to narrow down, friends.)
It’s such a strange thing to type, “we chose to homeschool.” Have you ever stumbled into a life you’d never choose for yourself but know beyond the shadow of a doubt it’s what’s right for you, right now? That’s where I find myself. I still wouldn’t be able to say I “chose” to homeschool, but I can say this with full confidence: I have been called to homeschool this year and I’m going to offer my desires, ideals and fears up every day to see what the Lord has in store through this year with my guy.