Thursday, May 8th, 2014
April showers have brought May flowers (at least to our closets!). Here are some of our favorite floral picks for Mom and Baby. Click on the images to shop!
This dress is a go for date night–love how it’s styled here! (ASOS, $47)
Prefer to stick to neutrals? You can still go floral with this black and white print. (Motherhood Maternity, $20)
This top is perfect for casual backyard parties. (Destination Maternity, $115)
Pregnant in peplum? Go for it with this springy piece. (Destination Maternity, $70)
Sneaks can have flowers, too! This toddler pair from Target is certainly seasonally appropriate! (Target, $20)
Shield Baby from the sun with this cheerful hat. (The Children’s Place, $6)
Say “Goodnight Moon” in this floral gown. (Diapers.com, $24)
Take her out on the town in this festive number. (The Children’s Place, $10)
Just because your little one has cute clothes doesn’t mean she’ll keep ‘em clean! We have tips on how to remove stains from her duds.
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Friday, February 6th, 2009
Thanks to lingering guilt from forgetting to send out Christmas cards, a few years ago I started my own tradition—mailing Valentine’s Day cards to everyone on my neglected holiday card list (Note: It’s best not to send the holiday cards you already bought, trying to pass Frosty off as a crudely-rendered Cupid).
I like to think this gesture stands out more. Even if some of my friends are on to me, everyone likes getting a Valentine. But with my mom, who works tirelessly to host both sides of our family every year at Christmas (without forgetting to mail cute cards first), I step it up with flowers.
This year will be even better because her lovely rose bouquet from Organic Bouquet will benefit the National Audubon Society, which is close to her nature-loving heart. Check out the whole range of charitable bouquets they offer. Plus, if you already mailed a few repurposed reindeer cards, following up with flowers might help.
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