I thought when the kids got a little older I would be able to blog more, but it’s kind of been the opposite. Neveah turns 5 tomorrow (I’m the mother of a 5-year-old! It’s so crazy to think about it), and Nolan turns three in 3 months. They need to be constantly entertained and doing something, so I guess for now I’ll have to wait until they’re in school to get a more structured blog schedule.
Anyways, here’s this month’s favorites.
I bought Neveah one of these as well even though she drinks from a cup now. It’s a great sippy cup for the road or when you’re on a stroll. It holds a little snack and your drink.
Not a huge fan of Quay as I’ve ordered twice from them before and both times the logo on my glasses broke off. I really wanted to get some new aviators for Spring/Summer and these had good reviews. I’ve had them for a month now, and I’m actually pleased. I ordered them from a third party seller not directly from Quay.
I went around on Etsy looking for an organizer to organize my LV GM bag, but everything was too big. I wanted a smaller organizer that wouldn’t take up all the space in my bag as I have a few other things I like to keep in there as well. I purchased this off Amazon about two weeks ago, and I love it! It has lot’s of pockets and helps keep all my junk organized.
4.) Container Store- Basic Stackable Baskets
I saw this on Pinterest, so not my original idea. The baskets are from the Container Store. They’re the original basic stackable baskets (cost $5.99). They’re awesome for organizing kids indoor and outdoor toys. I’m using them to organize my children’s outdoor toys, and I have four of these in the backyard as well to organize their sand and pool toys.
This is also a good way to start showing your children how to organize. I always tell them everything has a place “home” where it belongs.
My kids love playing with bubbles, but it’s always so messy. I bought this bucket at Target. I love that it’s spill free. It falls over and the soap doesn’t get everywhere.
I have Keratosis Pilaris (KP). It’s a little annoying especially once spring and summer hits because it’s more noticeable. My mom calls it strawberry skin, but most people call it chicken skin. I bought a two pack of these on Amazon for $17. It helps quite a bit. I’ve been using it consistently for two months now. I noticed it helped my legs more than my arms. The KP on my arms is pretty stubborn no matter how much I exfoliate and moisturize. If anyone knows of something that has worked for their KP let me know!
Hey Beautiful! Thank you for reading!