{she and he}

Sunday, March 25, 2012

as of late...

We are moving to Louisville, Kentucky so Brock can attend dental school at University of Louisville.  That is pronounced 'Looavull' or 'Luhvull'.  You pretty much just try to swallow your tongue when you say it.  A happy/sad change, but we are ready.  Bring on the basketball, fancy hats and southern accents ya'll. 
We finally tried Pizzeria Limone on Ft. Union and we are in LOVE.  I crave their Viola pizza with blackberries.  We went on Wednesday and again on Friday.
Brock is playing Mr. Mom while I get to work.  I say get because I truly love what I do.  I am going to miss it.  They go on 3 mile walks in the Ergo baby and Brock gives Norah baths complete with a warm wash cloth on her tummy and a hair dryer finish.  She loves it.  He is a pretty great Dad. 
We got to meet baby Eden this weekend, my lovely friend Taisja's baby.  We think they are going to be great friends too. 

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

little love of my life

Meet Norah.

best. day. ever.

At the hospital getting ready to have a baby!  So excited for our lives to change forever!

a wonderful nine months

Looking back at our cupcake reveal party where we found out what we were having with our families.  So excited our little babe was a girl.  Now that she is here, I don't know what I would do without her!  She melts my heart (and her Daddy's!). 

Friday, October 21, 2011

Nursery Inspiration for Little Miss Norah

Can't wait to get going on this little project for my little Norah girl.  14 more weeks!
 *I wonder if it is obvious that I like grey, mustard, and trellis?

Friday, January 21, 2011


I don't love to read books.  I think I read too much in college and now I am good.  Yep.  I find much more satisfaction reading home magazines with pictures :)
I just got back from the most amazing trip ever to market for work.  I think I was on cloud nine for four straight days even with working eleven hour days and terribly achy feet and legs.  Words cannot describe it...Showroom, after showroom, of the most amazing displays of home decor, accessories and gifts EVER. I was tickled pink the entire time....oh, except when we missed our flight coming home....all seven of us....and got in at midnight instead of seven p.m. and hundreds of dollars later.  We all learned a good lesson.  Might be good for at least one person to check their actual itinerary and don't pass on getting on the subway train that has arrived because it is too full and you think there is another one coming soon.  There isn't.  And you will miss your flight.  Especially if no one knows what time the flight is leaving.  And, no, Delta doesn't care.  Aside from that, it was amazing and I was in heaven the whole time.  I was really inspired by all of the showrooms that used old book pages in their displays and wanted to do something in my house.  So I gave my window above my fireplace a facelift for Spring.
 Book pages also make for cute wrapping paper for smaller gifts.