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The Best of Toy Storage

With baby, comes what seems like a limitless amount of baby gear and toys. Storage and baskets for organization are often times overlooked when we work on our baby registries, but making a plan for the toys ahead of time will save you frustration in the months to come. We've rounded up our favorite toy storage containers for every nursery. 

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My Secret for Keeping Our Home Fresh

Motherhood changes everything, including the smells in your house. Tiny feet and little faces are undeniably precious but they can also be a little stinky + sticky. Like most of you, I’ve become really particular about the products I bring into our house. I love a good smelling room as much as the next momma, but I’m wary of fragrances made up of ingredients I can’t pronounce.

After some crazy anxiety and stress over the past few months, my brother gifted me a diffuser and some essential oils for Christmas. I was not sure how I would like them, but much to my surprise they have been awesome.

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Stylish Childproofing Tips and Tricks

Childproofing… I don’t know about you, but before I had my first baby that word was extremely intimidating on so many levels. Are you afraid you will have to sacrifice style for childproofing locks and gates? I have great news. Not all childproofing has to be UGLY. In fact, sometimes you don’t even have to see it. AND sometimes you can make it look like it was a part of the design all along. Head to the blog to read my tips and tricks for childproofing your home in style!

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How To Organize Your Toys Using Toy Rotation

Feeling overwhelmed from the chaos of toys? After doing a little reading on different methods, I decided that a toy rotation system would be perfect for our family. I spent nap time this afternoon setting up the system and I am already feeling so much better more organized. I'll share the steps to setting up your own toy rotation system below, but first here are a few benefits.

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Home Tour: Isla's Dreamy Nursery Update

One of the first pieces of moving advice I received was to make sure we set-up the kid’s rooms first. Making them feel at home would help ease the transition. After a few weeks in our new home, I could not agree more.  

Isla’s nursery was one of my favorites spaces in our home in Arizona. The morning light filtered in her room magically. The space felt so calming and fresh. Most days it was the only room in our home where I was not tripping on toys.

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Our Living Room Update---My Happy Place!

Our living room is the heart of our home—it’s where Brody and Isla play, where JD and I cuddle up and watch cheesy tv shows and where we all hangout when guests are over. With as much use as the room gets, it has somehow remained a collection of hand-me-downs, thrift store finds, DIY projects etc. Last year, we refreshed Brody’s room, created a little master bedroom sanctuary for ourselves, and gave Isla an adorable nursery, yet somehow our living room--the room we spend the most time in, had yet to feel homey.

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