I thought the The Paris Seamstress was a well written, easy to read book. It takes place at the beginning of France's invasion during WWII and follows a protagonist as she flees to New York and starts her own fashion label.
I'm so excited to see that you all love my favorite dress from May as much as I do! Ironically the blue & white pattern version of this same exact dress actually came in sixth and for good reason, they're flattering and perfect for an elevated summer look. Click here to see the other four favorites from May!
We finally pulled the trigger on maternity pictures and I just LOVE how they turned out. We didn't do them when I was pregnant with Palmer and I slightly regret it because I think it's such a special stage in life, one that I know I'll look back on fondly so I knew I wanted to do them eventually but, if I'm being honest, I had so much on my plate I thought, I'll just do them next time. Then I realized, I don't know what the future holds. We may decide we're done after two, we may not be able to conceive again, the list goes on and so I made it a priority. Click here for outfit inspiration!
I literally cried every time I opened this book to read. Not sure if it's my pregnancy hormones or the deep love Elsa has for her children that is palpable through Hannah's writing but my goodness, this story was heartbreakingly beautiful. Click here to continue reading my review of The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah.
Mother's Day is less than a month away and this year it actually coincides with my birthday so you can really think of this gift guide as my own personal wish list [hint, hint, Kevin]. Honestly, a little will go a long way on Mother's Day and you don't need to spend a ton of money on material gifts. However, if you're looking for inspiration, click here for some gifts that will guarantee to make mom smile!