01.13.2016 by sarah and emily |
With January being so drab and dark, Sarah couldn’t bear the thoughts of taking down all the twinkly lights!
She transformed her Christmas decorations HERE by adding a few pops of blush and pink…
Boom! No no one can say anything until at least v-day is over!
Do you still have any of your decorations up? Isn’t it so depressing taking them down?!
You can see a tutorial for the marshmallow garland HERE!
01.11.2016 by Emily |
Good morning everyone! I have been looking for a new rug for the family room for some time now. The one we had (HERE) was a dark brown shag…so cozy and great value from Costco, but I love how a patterned rug can transform a room and I really craved a big change for the family room.
I saw a great deal on THIS rug at Target for 30% off. Way under $200 for a 6′ x 9′ rug is pretty unheard of plus free shipping, and a local Target to return to if needed was all too easy not to give it a try…
This was the perfect new addition for the new year. It has that ‘new’ smell that has geared me up to de-clutter and clean the whole house! Jane rolls around on it all day because it is so cozy. It has brightened up the space so much and really just updated the whole room.
Crazy how one piece can change a space and I’m so in love with it I could literally put it in every room of the house! The deal is off now, but a similar one will sure to return soon if any of you are looking for a new statement rug?!!!
01.08.2016 by Sarah |
One of our New Year’s goals is to pack more nutrients into our ‘normal’ meals.
Spaghetti is a favorite in our homes and even though normally it’s less than nutritious, aren’t we all happy to serve something we know everyone will like and eat sometimes?!
Well, we decided to try to turn it up a notch by adding veggies to the basic dish and serving with a blend of whole-wheat pasta…
1 lb ground beef (we use grass-fed 90% lean)
1/2 diced onion
1 tsp minced garlic
1 jar spaghetti sauce
1 can diced tomatoes
1 TBSP Italian seasoning
1 cup carrots (sliced very small)
3-4 stalks of celery
Brown meat on medium-high. Add diced onion and garlic and saute until onions are clear. Add sauce, tomatoes, seasoning, and diced raw veggies. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to a simmer until veggies are tender (about 30 mins).
Serve with 1/3 part whole wheat pasta, 2/3 regular spaghetti, shhh no one being able to tell the difference!
Husband and toddler approved, and we love, love, loved packing some veggies into this family favorite!
Do you have any great tips on getting veggies into your meals? Please share!
Hope you all have a great weekend!!!
01.06.2016 by sarah and emily |
Happy New Year everyone! How is your new year going?!!! We are slooowly getting back into the swing of things. We’ve had sickness, as well as the organization bug that has consumed us for the last week (our houses are disaster zones)…AND we are potty training the three little ladies!
Last week, Emily had the big 20 week ultrasound and there is no hiding the bump anymore!
We are headed for another full year and cannot wait for baby boy to join us!
We have SO MANY goals for our blog this year and cannot wait for all the good things to come. Thanks for coming along for the ride!
Lots of love, Sarah and Em xxx
12.31.2015 by Sarah |
Even though Christmas season is almost officially over, we’d like to share one of our favorite gifts ever!
When I was pregnant with the girlies, we had a hard time not buying everything in sight, but when my mum came across these dream coats we fell in LOVE!
Sure the soft coat is truly dreamyyyy, and the bunny-eared hat is to die for. Oh and lets not forget the bunny hand muff! But what really got me was the embroidered message inside the coat:
“Once within this dreamy coat, Danced a dainty lass. Remembering all the glad dreams, To her daughter, the coat will pass.”
It may of been the pregnancy hormones, but I teared up!!!
My ladies wore theirs all last winter and was pleasantly surprised when we pulled them out this fall that they still fit! (all but the hat).
Now they are more aware of how soft and cuddly these coats are, and I often find them with their faces snuggled into their arms.
I can’t wait to enjoy these coats for just a few more months, but look forward to packing them back in their keepsake boxes ready one day for their little ones.
If your looking for a special gift, this one is a winner and we had to share Click HERE, to see!
OH AND BEFORE WE FORGET…
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!!!