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August 6, 2017

One Pretty TV - The Frame

Hi all! Today I'm so excited to be sharing a quick post in collaboration with Samsung to highlight their incredible new TV - The Frame

I remember being at a conference not too long ago and barely noticing the television monitor in the hotel lobby - it was displaying artwork, but then switched to display the conference schedule, and then again switch to start playing video. I remember thinking to myself - how cool would that be in your house!?! Let's face it - most TV's are an eyesore and when it’s not in use, you’re left with a large black rectangle to stare at. While I'm happy to take on the challenge of designing around a TV set up on a nice (stand?), I was so excited when Samsung reached out to me with this incredible design! What makes it so amazing? Well thanks to it’s customizable options, it can fit in with anyone’s design style! I never thought I'd use "pretty" and "TV" in the same sentence, but this is one pretty TV!


We currently have The Frame set up in our guest bedroom, and love how it blends in effortlessly with the decor. We have it angled down to make watching TV a little easier, but it has a no-gap wall mount which let’s it be hang nearly flush with the wall and really blend in with artwork even more! I also really love that when not in use as a TV you can switch to Art Mode to display art (with an incredible free selection of 100 pieces of artwork) and an awesome selection of matte frames. It seriously looks like a framed piece of art!


On top of that, you can upload your own images from your phone using their simple to use app - I love seeing my girls up on the big screen!


And of course - for watching TV or movies (what it's actually for) it has an incredibly crisp 4K UHD display and was so easy to set up! It has an Invisible Connection transparent cable which means it makes the typical mess of tangled cables a thing of the past. We have it connected to our wifi and use our Amazon Video, Netflix and Hulu subscriptions without an issue! I don't know about your house, but over here Moana is still on replay weekly!!


We're so happy to have this new addition in our home and can't wait to style it properly in our new family room/playroom/guest bedroom (yah, we're moving this week! Crazy)! It really is the perfect TV especially for a multi-purpose room. Will certainly share when we have that set up - stay tuned!!

So how about you? How would The Frame fit in with your d├ęcor?

This post was sponsored by Samsung, but as always all opinions are my own!

July 30, 2017

Huge Instagram Round Up!

Hi all! Doing a huge Instagram Round Up today with links for everything that you've seen on my feed recently! Hope you all are having an incredible weekend!

Blouse, wearing size XS  //  Watch  //  Gold Bracelet  // Leather Bracelet

Dress (which is technically a nightgown), wearing size XS  //  Sandals  //  Stroller  //  Car seat 

Dress  //  Hat  //  Girls' sandals  //  Car seat

Dress, wearing size XS  //  Sandals (SO comfortable and so cheap!)  //  Stroller



Top (similar light version and dark version)  //  Shorts, wearing size 0  //  Sandals  //  Handbag (similar here)  //  Watch  //  Phone case (less than $10!)



Blue dress, wearing a size XS (also available in other colors as well! Such a steal!)  //  Sandals

Earrings (nearly identical for less than $15, these are another gorgeous pair) //  Lashes

Pants, wearing size 0  //  Top, wearing size XS  //  Flats

Kids Chair  //  Bookshelf  //  Girls' round table (not pictured but you guys always ask about it! Also available in whitenavy and pink)

July 21, 2017

Nordstrom Sale - Style Picks!

Sharing a few of my picks for style from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale!

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Nordstrom Sale - Home Picks!

Sharing a few of my picks for home from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale!

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Nordstrom Sale - Baby and Kids Picks!

Sharing a few of my picks for baby and kids from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale!

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May 31, 2017

Wrapping up PGY2

It's crazy to think, but June marks my last month as a first year dermatology resident - next month we move up in the ranks as second year residents and welcome a new incoming class of first years! 

A quick breakdown of residency in dermatology:
After graduating medical school:
PGY1 - Intern year, usually in general medicine, occasionally people choose a year of pediatrics or general surgery
PGY2 - first year dermatology 
PGY3- second year dermatology
PGY4 - third year dermatology
Graduate!

Depending on what you want to do, you can then do fellowship (although definitely not required), a few options include:
Mohs fellowship
Dermatopathology fellowship
Procedural fellowship 

Shirt  //  Scrub bottoms  //  Bag 

So next month I'll be a PGY3. This year has been absolutely incredible. The amount we've learned has been just unreal - as expected (and part of the reason I wanted to be at this program), the patient volume was huge, the population and pathology incredibly diverse - and my surgery skills are getting better and better! I've gotten consulted by the emergency room in the middle of the night to rule out Stevens Johnson Syndrome (and had to call the pathologist in to analyze my frozen), had to biopsy a 3 day old baby with likely Epidermolysis Bullosa, started treatment for just-diagnosed Leprosy (yup, we even have a Leprosy clinic), diagnosed way more skin cancers than I could ever count (same for scabies lol), cut out cancers and reconstructed faces, and starting to find my place in my passion which is taking care of skin of color. 

Dermatology programs all consist of the same types of stuff, but you'd be surprised how different they all are with regards to which year you do what, how much of a certain thing you actually do, etc. My program is very front-loaded (which I love), so our first year is considered harder than most by dermatology standards. We admit inpatients and cover the inpatient service as first years, cover all of the weekend call (which means seeing the inpatients and new consults for 4 different hospitals) and holiday calls, do a rotation in wound clinic (taking care of chronic ulcers), and spend most of our clinic time in our public hospital that serves those without health insurance.

Dress (love this ruffle version too!)  //  Flats (almost identical)  //  Bag  //  Bracelet

Next year (meaning next month lol) we get to do more specialized rotations - a rotation on dermatopathology, one in pediatrics, one in Mohs surgery, and more clinics with our specialty attendings - including Hair and Nails, Pigmented Lesions, and more. And no more weekend or holiday call! I'm done with that forever! 

Anyway, just sharing a little update since I can't believe we're already in June, and because so many of you always ask about how residency is set up - it really is program-dependent so I just share a bit of mine!

 
Shirt  //  Pants  //  Flats  //  White coat  //  Bag

May 28, 2017

Sunscreens!

Happy Memorial Day weekend all! Today I wanted to talk a bit about one of THE most important parts in your daily skin care - SUNSCREEN! And while most of us are good about putting on sunscreen before a day at the beach - it's important to remember that we should be wearing sunscreen everyday - not only for preventing skin cancers, but also premature aging. 

Check out the truck driver above- can you tell which side of his face got almost all of the sun and which was more protected from UV rays? It's not subtle! And especially if you're someone who suffers from dark spots (ie postinflammatory hyperpigmentation) or melasma - even a few minutes of sun exposure can keep those spots dark! So I tell all my patients, all my family, all my friends (that includes you) to wear sunscreen daily!

Here are a few favorites:

Everyday:
You knew this was coming - this has been my favorite daily sunscreen for years.

Acne-Prone
Most of my dermies love this one! The Cerave one above and the Avene one I mention below have also been fantastic for acne-prone skin - speaking from years of personal experience! I break out so easily whenever I try something new, but these 3 have been fantastic.

Sensitive skin:

Tinted:
Sheer coverage:
Just a tiny bit of color to even out skin and awesome protection!

Medium-full coverage:
Avene Complexion Correcting (love that it comes in more than just one shade - light, medium, and dark)
*This is pretty much the product I've been looking for forever and have been SO in love with it since trying it almost a month ago. Now instead of applying my Cerave and then applying my mineral makeup on top, now I just apply this on damp skin. It is thick but you can easily apply with a tiny bit of water to spread more easily. I love that it provides great coverage and a nice dewy finish. More importantly it's got titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, and iron oxides (which help also block visible light - another contributor to dark spots).

Baby/toddler:

Natural/Organic:
Blue Lizard is my favorite natural line - I linked two of my favorites above!

For reapplying: 
*We know that we should be reapplying every 2 hours or so but that is so unrealistic. What I do like doing is applying something right before my commute home (the setting sun is glaring in my face all drive home) - and a brush-on sunscreen powder is PERFECT for just this!
This is another cheaper option!



A few other tips?
I personally prefer physical blockers (ingredients like zinc oxide) to chemical blockers, but both are great for their own reasons! Not everyone likes the white/grey cast the physical blockers can give off, but when paired with a tinted formulation, I've never found it to be a problem! If you are using one that has primarily chemical blockers, make sure to apply at least 15 minutes before heading out into the sun! So no putting on the sunscreen when you're already at the beach, do it before you get in the car on the way there!

Also, for those who are "allergic" to sunscreen (it is a thing) - it's almost always because of one of these 2 ingredients - oxybenzone and PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid). If you've had a reaction to sunscreen in the past, don't think it means you're allergic to all sunscreens - just check the labels for one of these ingredients and stay away from them! Physical blockers (zinc oxide and titanium doxide) are usually a safe bet!

And remember that babies 6 months or younger shouldn't really wear sunscreen. Keep them out of direct sunlight and under the shade (we recently got a Cool Cabana for beach trips and we love it)! If they must wear it, make sure to try a small area first (apply once in the same spot for 2 days in a row) to make sure they don't have any reaction to it (a safe idea to do with anyone really) and stick with physical blockers.

And finally - don't forget to apply to areas like your ears (I've cut off way too many skin cancers from ears)! And lips (actinic cheilitis is not cute)! Not everyone wants to put sunscreen on your lips, but now there are tons of products with spf inside (I love this lip gloss and lip balm).

And for those who struggle with dark spots, I love this Concealer that not only helps camouflage those spots, but most importantly provides even more sun protection to help those marks fade.


PS - Comment over on Instagram (under the photo I used in this post) to enter a little sunscreen giveaway!

PS - I linked up many of these options using Amazon since they just have pretty much everything, but Dermstore is another online shop I love using! For things that I KNOW I buy every month or two, I buy through them because they have such a great subscribe and save option for a lot of their products! They're having an awesome Memorial Day Sale and everything on the site is 20% off
Use code MDSALE20

Shop some of the Dermstore links below:


May 16, 2017

Skin Care for Babies!

Happy Tuesday all! Today I’m partnering up with iHerb to talk to you a bit about taking care of baby’s skin! As a dermatology resident we see pediatric patients every week - and the most common condition we see is eczema! And as a mama to 3 crazy girls with skin that ranges from just dry (Liv) to full on super-sensitive/eczema prone (Elli-belly) I know firsthand what it’s like to actually try and put some of the dermatologist knowledge to use!


So today I wanted to share a few tips for baby skin care and a couple of my favorite products. First - did you know that simply using a moisturizer every day in the first 6 months can reduce rates of eczema? My Harvard Med classmate and current dermatology resident in Chicago published an amazing study a few months ago on just this - and they found that daily use of a moisturizer reduced rates of atopic dermatitis (more commonly known as eczema).

They wanted to make a cost-effectiveness argument (since moisturizer isn’t currently covered by insurance), so they really hammered in on the cheapest moisturizer available - petroleum jelly. But I mention it in clinic and I always get a bit of pushback from parents who are worried about its safety. One of our other favorite moisturizers is Aveeno Baby Eczema Therapy Cream (another brand that was used in the study too)! This (along with the Aveeno Baby Cleansing Therapy Moisturizing Wash) is what I use for Elli Belly and what keeps her skin happiest. This line is recommended by both pediatricians and dermatologists alike! 



The key is to take short baths in lukewarm (never hot) water (hot water dries out the skin too much) - in fact now that Elli is a bit older we do showers way more often - they’re easier, she seems to have more fun (we take the shower head off, turn down the pressure, and let her play with it like a sprinkler)! Remember that soap/body wash doesn’t have to lather to be effectively cleansing - I love the Cleansing Therapy Moisturizing Wash, and it doesn’t lather much, which I actually like! The more a product lathers up the more potentially drying soap it has! Immediately after the shower, gently pat dry making sure the skin is still slightly damp - and that’s when you slather on the Eczema Therapy Cream. Elli is super into being independent now so the first thing I do is give her a nice quarter size amount of cream to do with as she pleases, and then she’s more than happy to let me rub her down lol! Before bed with her last diaper change I’ll also put a bit of cream on her - particularly around her elbows and knees. 



Liv and Ro don’t have nearly as sensitive skin as El, so with them I don’t use the Eczema Therapy line. Instead for Ro I’m currently using the Aveeno Baby Calming Comfort line (I love the gentle lavender/vanilla scent - more lavender than vanilla for those who haven’t smelled it but I LOVE lavender - I even keep a small roll-on essential oil in my bag and smell it throughout the day)! 



For Ro it is so much easier to do sink baths (I love our deep bathtub but it is a killer on my back to get her washed up)! I put a small amount of the Calming Comfort Bath in the sink and fill it with lukewarm water, then we get washed up, making sure to get in between all of her five million deep creases!! She’s a pudge that one! After we rinse making sure we get all of the soap off and then do the same - putting on the Calming Comfort Lotion to still slightly damp skin (but make sure to put on diaper first - more than once Ro has fallen asleep after her little bath and massage before I could even get PJs on)! And new mamas - don’t go crazy about having to give baby a bath every day - they really don’t need it! I give Ro a bath about every other day. 



All of my products I ordered through iHerb and it was a great experience - they’re a Google Trusted Store (and you can pay with PayPal as well) and I loved that they even offer 10 cent samples (I love samples)! Shipping was great too (and they ship to over 160 countries)! On top of that they provide customer support in 10 different languages. 

In collaboration with this post they’re offering 10% off Aveeno Baby products (ends June 30th)! 

PS - Make sure that if baby has dryness or a rash that doesn’t get better with emollients (ie creams/lotions like those mentioned in this post) you see a dermatologist! Anything with significant dryness/scaling/bright red bumps/vesicles/etc may need a doctor’s prescription for either steroid cream, antibiotic cream, or antifungal cream depending on what’s going on, so don’t hesitate to get them seen! All of what I mentioned in my post above is considered more maintenance care for sensitive skin, but if there are any active issues make sure to see a dermatologist for treatment!

May 15, 2017

Instagram Round Up!

Happy Monday all!! Today I'm linking up some of the looks you've seen over on my Instagram feed or my Instagram stories (for those who have asked about my snapchat, I almost never use it anymore and almost exclusively now post all of our behind-the-scenes/day-to-day stuff on Instagram stories)! 

These last two weeks have been a bit crazy with work, an amazing conference I went to in NYC, more work and side projects,  an incredible The Weeknd concert I went to with one of my dermatology attendings, and thankfully wrapped up with a relaxing Mother's Day!

Many of you asked about this necklace I posted wearing in clinic on my Instagram stories. Believe it or not I snagged it for just about $10!! I honestly wasn't too sure about what quality it would be at such an insanely cheap price, but I've already worn it about a dozen or so times (and even Liv and Elli have worn it since they love dressing up with my stuff) and it's still going strong! I love that it can dress up any outfit (seriously - I got away with looking dressed up this day even though I was wearing my comfiest tee shirt)! 

pink shirt  //  pants  //  necklace (on sale for $10 right now!!)  //  white coat  //  shoes  //  glasses  //  bracelet


Here's a selfie of me and two other dermies - @derm.talk and @drgoodfood! I had a blast meeting them in New York City and learning about issues relevant to skin of color!

wrap "coat"/cardigan  //  grey knot top (love this short sleeved option too!) //  pants  //  shoes


His and hers drinks - N has a cold brew with coconut milk and I've got a pink drink (a strawberry acai refresher with coconut milk)! Yum! 

bracelet  //  shoes  //  jean shorts  //  button down top (just ordered 2 more of these because they're my FAVORITE - SO soft, perfect to dress up at work or down like I did here, AND they're on clearance for $10)


Me and my girls (and daddy behind the camera)! Heading to the park! 

nursing friendly top (makes nursing while baby wearing so easy, same for pumping at work) //  baby wrap  //  shorts  //  shoes (in the plover grey color)  //  tricycle 

Stay tuned this week as I'll be doing some much-requested skin-care posts - including one on skin care for little ones, the best suncreens, and my daily skin routine! Xoxo!

May 2, 2017

Baby's First Foods

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Today I'm partnering with Stonyfield to talk a little bit about baby's first foods (which definitely includes yogurt, but I want to talk about other foods and some tips too)!

The first question I get? When is it ok to start introducing solids? And what should be first? Research has shown that parents are really confused about this - in a study conducted by ORC International and Stonyfield, at least one-third of parents admit to feeding confusion during baby’s first months, and over half feel overwhelmed by the varying opinions of early childhood nutrition. So you're note alone! It doesn't help that some pediatricians don't keep up to date with new data, so they continue sharing old, outdated information. With all of my babies I started right around 4 months with just simple rice cereal (I loved and still love this one, it's got probiotics and choline and tons of other nutrients, and is organic)! I'd mix a small amount with breastmilk and spoon-feed, gradually increasing the consistency as they got used to it. 

While I like to start first with spoon-feeding, I also love letting baby pick up foods and feed themselves from an early age. Soft, finger-friendly foods are the best (think cut up bananas, raspberries, avocado, etc)! I would introduce a new fruit or veggie and give it about 3 days before introducing something else to make sure I'd be able to identify any foods that baby may be allergic to.  So from 4-6 months my babies got just breastmilk, rice cereal, and soft fruits or veggies (either pureed or cut up). 

By 6 months I started introducing soft proteins like scrambled eggs and yogurt. Yogurt is Elli's absolute favorite (mine too, I pretty much always grab a cup of greek yogurt to eat on my drive into work every morning) - and Elli is taking after mama! But it really is such a great food - with a good mix of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates; the Stonyfield YoBaby yogurt is also a great source of probiotics - in fact Stonyfield YoBaby was selected as the number one pediatrician-recommended yogurt for babies 6 months to 2 years old!

So proud of herself using her spoon! 

Abandoned the spoon to get every last drop lol

To help protect your baby’s gut health, you want to ensure they’re getting enough probiotics. While naturally found in breast milk, probiotics are also found in yogurt - Stonyfield has added probiotic BB-12 to YoBaby (along with other live active cultures). BB-12 has been shown to have a digestive health benefit when consumed regularly by promoting beneficial gut bacteria and regular, soft stools. Stonyfield YoBaby is the only organic yogurt made especially for babies, and comes in lots of flavors (plain, vanilla, banana/mango, blueberry/apple and peach/pear)! 

Many parents don't introduce yogurt early because they think they aren't allowed to give dairy before age 1 - and while it is true that you shouldn't give a baby cow's milk before age 1, dairy itself is safe and yogurt and cheese are great first foods (and good sources of calcium and vitamin D). During the first year even while introducing new solids baby's first food is still breast milk, so don't feel like they need to be eating a certain amount of food or be on some strict schedule - I see it more as a way to get them introduced to new tastes and textures and a great nutritional supplement to breastmilk when using the right foods! Try to have fun with it! 

April 29, 2017

Mother's Day Plans

Happy weekend all! It's crazy to think that Monday is already May 1st - seriously, how are we already nearly half way through the year!?!? And that means that Mother's Day is only 2 weeks away!




Do you all have any plans for mother's day? We don't yet, but I'm hoping to just have a relaxing, low-stress day with N and the girls. I think what almost all mothers want for mothers day (and obviously I'm over-generalizing here - there are all types of moms who want all types of things) - but for moms like myself and others I know well, what moms want most of all is acknowledgement and appreciation



Being a mother is a thankless job. And it's not even a job - on a job you get breaks, weekends, vacation time, all things that are basically imaginary for moms. Many of us work tirelessly making sure bellies are fed and clothes are washed and messes are cleaned - and the work. never. stops. All of these things need to happen every. single. day. So it's understandable that no one says thank you every day - moms do so many things that go seemingly unnoticed on the daily that it's hard to always say thank you. We get that.  But a little acknowledgement goes so very far. 



So in this next week I pose to you this challenge if you're lucky enough to have your mom still in your life - pay attention to everything she does. Take note of the meals (even if they're store-bought or fast food), take note of the bills that get paid, take note of the clean clothes you have folded in your drawer, take note of the text message checking in to make sure you're ok, take note. And this mother's day maybe you can write a heartfelt card (or make a photobook, or something creative - I love this site and all of the beautiful gift ideas there) that lets her know that you see everything she does, and that you appreciate it. And then spend some time with her on Mother's Day! Like I said, I don't know what we'll be doing, but hopefully it's something fun with all of us!



I'm wearing my Sofft Somers II in this post - yes I loved my first pair so much I had to get a second! These are a little bit darker than my original blush Somers - I went with the Plover Grey color this time (although the Somers II also comes in the same blush I have for my original Somers)! I love that these are another easy neutral that go with anything (and are a tiny bit more forgiving than the blush when it comes to dirt and whatever other messes the girls through my way - like spilled bubbles the day we took these pics)!! 

Outfit details:
Dress (under $20! I also love this option with tiny pom poms, it comes in pink too!)
Cardigan (I'm so sad it's sold out now, but here is a very similar option!)

April 17, 2017

Just Winging It

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend (if you celebrate) - Nathan and I were both off for the weekend and had a great time with the girls (despite our ED scare given Ro's high fever - all is good now)! But I had to laugh so many times over the weekend at how much we just make up on the fly. You should have seen me Saturday night remembering I actually had to fill the eggs with all the stuff I had bought, or Nathan going out on his motorcycle Sunday morning because we forgot to buy actual baskets for them to put their collected eggs in during the Easter egg hunt, or me telling them "the Easter Bunny only dropped off baskets for now, he'll come back soon to hide eggs!" Nathan took the girls for a run while I hid eggs lol. And I thought back to all the times during my childhood that that likely happened and I never even noticed.

And then I thought about the one photo you all would see posted on Instagram and think to yourselves "how do they do everything? how do they run such a smooth production and have everything perfect?" I was hoping to capture some of the imperfections in my caption I shared on our Easter photo, but I also wanted to address that today too.

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I always get asked how we do it all/balance it all/etc. and while I've written about it many times, I think people still think I have some secret. Now obviously there are a ton of strategies (I talk about almost everything in my E-course), but I think the only "secret" is that I'm not afraid of life, and I have a partner that makes me feel like I can take on anything. No matter what happens, even if we fail (which we won't because failing just means you're giving up), we've got each other. Are we nervous before taking another step? Sure! Are we making up most of it as we go along? Damn right! Most things we jump into without quite knowing how they'll work out. But we do know that they will. And it's that faith that has taken us this far. 

Because the truth is every day I really am pretty much just winging it - most days I don't know what we're having for dinner, most days I still don't feel like the best mom ("I shouldn't have raised my voice at Liv") or the best doctor ("I should be studying more") but I've learned that I'll always have those feelings and I've made peace with it. I do what I can with what I have and have the confidence that THAT IS ENOUGH. So it is. 

I'm not endorsing just being irresponsible and doing things without any planning - I make a million plans and always have multiple back-ups never quite knowing how things will work out, but the point is some of us think the plan has to be set in stone before we can even take the first step. And this is where many people get held up. The plan will never be set in stone and the time will never be just right. Sometimes you just have to trust that it will all work out and go for it. 

And on the more practical side - we've got some help now. Most of you know my mother in law lives with us, a true blessing, but even that was never planned. When we had Liv we used a small home daycare situation initially and then a nanny and daycare - we had no family that could help consistently with childcare. My mother in law maybe saw Liv three times in her life by the time she was one and a half. But then she had an injury at work and couldn't live where she was living, and it was a win-win situation to have her move in with us and help with the girls! You see life just has a way of working itself out, and those who know that aren't afraid to keep taking steps even if they're not sure where they may lead. 

So go ahead, take the step. You'll get there, wherever your there may be. 

April 13, 2017

Instagram Roundup and a Giveaway!

Hi all! Linking up a few of the pieces I've featured recently on Instagram (and Instagram stories) as many of you ask where everything is from but don't use LiketoKnowIt (although if you haven't tried it yet, now that you can shop by screenshot it's SO easy)!

I'm also hosting an awesome giveaway with a few great small brands - check out the post on Instagram (this picture with me holding this gorgeous Charlotte and Asher bag that''s part of the giveaway) and enter there! The giveaway closes Friday!

Leather Bag (currently 50% OFF!! Only until Friday)  //  Top (only $10!)  //  Sweats  //  Sneakers (as mentioned every time I wear them, these are over a year old from Zara kids and no longer available, but check out this post on pink sneakers that has so many similar options to choose from at different price points)!

Dress (actually maternity and on sale for $29 - I find it still looks great even without the belly - here's a gorgeous non-maternity option)  //  White coat  //  Flats  

PS - A few of you asked about how I keep suede shoes like these ones clean - I actually LOVE these wipes from Aldo and am so sad I can't find them online (but I've bought them twice in store now and really hope they still are available). I did find these online and they sound very similar! 

Sweater (another one that I purchased in store at H&M and is not available online, here and here are similar options)  //  Shorts  //  Lace trimmed nursing bra  //  Mug  //  Pillow  //  Necklace 

 
Flats  //  Top (on sale for $10!)  //  Pants  //  Nail Polish


Pink Sneakers!

Hey y'all! I get asked ALL THE TIME about my dusty pink sneakers I wear on the regular and feel so bad because they were a steal from Zara last year - in the KIDS section! And sadly no longer available. But today I'm rounding up some awesome options for very similar looking pink sneakers at all different price points! I think the UGG ones and the Geox ones are the most similar to mine (as are the Tod's, in fact these might be the most similar in person, but the price is pretty outrageous, at least to me!), but I love them all! Hope you enjoy!

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