Hey guyyyys! So I did a huge story on Instagram the other day of us finally getting our big pieces of furniture set up in our house. I’ve been getting a lot of questions on all the details so I thought it’d be easier to just direct everyone here. Without revealing TOO much, here are the plans and what we’ve purchased so far. I’ve been working with Kimberly Beard who has been so amazing at helping me organize all my ideas! If it weren’t for her I would have 1, never actually got started on the project because interior design is so overwhelming to me and 2, it would have ended up a mess of random styles and furniture because I just cannot narrow things down!!
This room has been done for a good two years now, say whaaat? Yeah, we don’t even live in that house anymore! I was finishing it up when I was pregnant with the twins, had taken pictures and was wrapping up a few things before posting and then bam, the twins were born. And the rest is history. It was piled up in my drafts and I never got around to publishing it. Until today. Are you excited? Be excited. Okay but not too excited because it’s kind of old news… umm… let’s just move on haha! Welcome to Boston and Savys room!! This room was so challenging for me because I wanted each of them to have their own space that they loved. That meant super girlie + bright pinks and ruffles for Savy and that meant Star Wars and boy colors for Boston. However, it’s so hard to blend those two different ideas! So I spent hours and hours scouring pinterest and DIYing
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This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® / PEOPLE® and Real Simple® but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #SpringintoMeTime http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV Saturday was probably the most productive day I’ve had in a long time. All of a sudden the sun came out and the weather got warmer and I’ve just had this extra spring in my step. I mentioned on instagram how I haven’t realized how much anxiety I’ve had over this miserable Ohio winter until I was finally able to take the kids outside on a little bike ride. Don’t worry, I walked haha! But watching them play and explore and see all the neighbors come out and getting to meet the people who live near me has been… – well it’s like this huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders and I feel like somehow I’ll survive far away from home and family. I picked up some magazines (People and Real Simple) on my