Tuesday 24 November 2020

Each year we decorate our pink table top trees for the kids rooms. I love doing it with them and it's so sweet and girly in their room. 

Monday 23 November 2020


A few favorites I'm getting Annie this year for the holidays, and some that we already own and love.

Tea Set

Baby Moccs The cutest and softest moccs for tiny feet

Egg sorter & Carton

Knit Doll These beautiful dolls are hand made and eah one sold feeds 10 children. 

Baby toque

Baby onesie The cutest snuggliest little onesie!

Bunny stacking counter

Baby ride-on toy Annie loves this litt toy so much to help her with walking. I can't wait until she can ride it around.

Little People Dollhouse My big girls played with this as little ones and loved it so much. It's a perfect little toy for kids. 

Baby board books Such a cute flip flap book.

Monday 16 November 2020


We spent the weekend sprinkling some Chritsmas around our home. The twinkly lights, the sweet decor and looking at all those memories year after year. The days are definitely getting shorter and shorter, and I love getting our home cozy for the longer nights. 

Monday 9 November 2020

I'm so excited to share this easy ball wreath diy! I love how neutral this is, and that it's reusable for many different seasons. All you need to do is switch out the bow!

Here's what you need:

2. Wood split beads (from Amazon)
3. Thick chunky yarn
4 Glue Gun

Here's what I did:

1. Used my hot glue gun to glue onto the hoop. I found it easier to glue the hoop and then add wood beads. Do this for almost the whole hoop. Leave about a 1-2 inch gap.
2. Get your chunky yarn ready and tie a knot around your hoop where there's space. Tie a bow length to your liking. Then check to see if there's extra room on the hoop. If there is, add in an extra wood bead.
3. That's it! So super easy! 

Monday 2 November 2020


This was our first year trying our best to decorate our pumpkins a few days earlier than Halloween. We have a tendency to do it the evening before, and spend so much time carving late into the night and cleaning up. But this year we made it a point to do it a few days early to enjoy them and have some time in between cleaning and Halloween.

We also realized this year that our carving tools broke, and so we were left to carve with our bread and steak knives. We missed having our tools so much. Haha. So it was very simple and easy designs this year. And you know what, I love them just as much! The kids drew on the faces and designs they liked and I love having that as a memory. 

And twinkly lights add an extra magical touch!

Pumpkin carving success. 

And I love these dark ones with the candles glowing inside. So festive!

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