I really hope everyone is staying home and staying safe. We have been home for 17 days now, and I have had my fair share of ups and downs. Trying to end the weekend on a high note with a walk, glass of white wine and a movie for Sonny. All I wanna do right now is easy comfort food and dress comfortably. That feels like all I really have control over anyway so here is my attempt at it.
Here is “What I Wore, Used and <3’ed This Week: Staying at Home.” This week has been part of a major transition period. I want to continue to share what I am using and loving throughout the week with you, but I also know some may not be in a spending mood. All good. I’m not really either but maybe these picks can help bring you guys a little browsing entertainment, inspiration or joy.
It is an incredibly stressful time. Not only are we adjusting to constant life at home, but we are also trying to homeschool our kids. Timmy and I were so nervous about it in the beginning. Our biggest goal right now (apart from staying home and safe) is continuing to advance Sonny’s development and teaching him as best we can. I hope what you are about to read gives you a lot of relief and encouragement for homeschooling!
I hope you are all staying safe at finding some peace at home. We went to the beach this am, waved to my mama from the car, made french toast, showered and then cleaned my shower. Feels pretty productive, actually! But now it’s time to CHILL, like it has been for a lot of the last week.
My best friend, Jo, is back with more! If you follow along with my IGTV you have seen her cooking up a storm for you guys. Now, she is bringing you her F&*%ing Unbelievable Granola. Trust me, it is JUST THAT!!
Wrapping up our bathroom series! For the first 2 years of his life, Sonny shared a bathroom with Timmy and me. It wasn’t that big of a deal, but once we started this renovation process I knew we would all appreciate him having his own! We had gotten used to giving him a bath in the sink or our bathtub but we were ready for our independent bathing experiences. (Especially now since we are in the potty training phase!) I think this one was the most exciting because we were starting from absolute scratch.
Here to continue our much anticipated (at least by me…) bathroom reveal!! Last time, I showed you our master. In case you missed it, you can find all of the pics and shoppable links to it HERE! Now it’s time for the guest bathroom!!
We made a lot of changes to our house when we moved in; however, we had to put bathrooms on the back burner. We had just had Sonny and decided that the kitchen was the first project to tackle. The bathrooms were so charming and reminded me a lot of my childhood- with the colored and printed tiles-but we knew we wanted to make them our own.
Like most schools, Sonny’s has been canceled until likely after his spring break which is Mid April. It is important to us that we continue to encourage and support his development so we got him some enriching Montessori style toys.
I hope everyone is being safe, smart and clean. I know it’s so scary right now! The media covering is overwhelming. There is a lot of information out there about what we should do to prevent getting this, however, I am not seeing that much about what to do if we contract it.