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Sunday Styles: Lacey Lane

I just got back from sunny and warm Mexico, unfortunately we touched down into a snowy and bone chilling New York City. I traveled alone …


Sunday Styles: Pippa & Julie

Excited to share yet another amazing collection by Pippa & Julie. The brand has become my go-to for when I want to dress up Siella …


Sunday Styles: Pink Chicken

We spend lots of time on the east end of Long Island, and every time we are in town, I make sure to stop at some …

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Sunday Style: Triple F.A.T. Goose

NYC winters are no joke, especially over the last couple of years with negative wind chills, and an ice chunk ridden Hudson River. Just because …


Sunday Styles: DOOHICKIES

The morning madness is the one thing I am dreading about the kids going back to school. With all three kids in different schools this …


Sweet Sundays

We are now about three weeks into our summer vacation, and the time I cherish the most are our lazy mornings. The girls wake up …


Sunday Style: For Cool Dudes

While a lot of us are already starting to talk about back to school, I am still holding on to the six weeks of summer …

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Sunday Styles: Milan & Oz

We all know that I adore shopping for my little ones way more than myself, but even I get overwhelmed purchasing clothing for them. I …


Sunday Styles: Anaïs & I

Siella received a butterfly kit for Christmas, and she hasn’t stopped talking about it for months. The kit comes with a covered jar for caterpillars …


Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These

The item of clothing that my children tend to wear out the most are their pajamas. Frequent use and washing definitely takes its toll, sometimes even more …