Friday, March 22, 2013

Weekend Links


Giveaway alert! The wonderful Wishing Elephant is giving away one of these monogrammed cardigans on her Instagram account. Henry loves his- be sure to enter! The giveaway ends tonight.

And one more giveaway: Boon’s new Modster sippy cup is now available at Target and to kick it off they are asking you to share a photo of your Fearless Drinker making their "Modster" face and you will be entered for a chance to win $100 in Boon Feeding Products. Just be sure to enter by March 31!

Interesting: timeline of gay marriage in pop culture and the courts. It's still so shocking to me that not everyone has equal rights. Ugh.

Spring is here! Does it feel like it where you live?

Camping with kids- a checklist and tips. Awesome!

This is my FAVORITE shop on Etsy. Friend, sponsor, all of the above.

And speaking of shops, have you checked out Brickyard Buffalo yet? Such amazing deals on totally cute items. 

I've shared some new posts here, this week.

This dress

How much cardio do you need?

Do you and your partner divide and conquer? Or does one person do it all?

I really enjoyed this article about choosing to NOT have children.

Maple Weekend! Take me there!

And speaking of Maple Weekend (Vermont anyone?), check out my Uncle's blog.

What have you been up to lately? Love simple posts like this.

Isn't this simple bunting great? It would look awesome in Henry's new big boy room.

With Hank and my 5th wedding anniversary coming up I've been on the look out for sweet little gifts like this.

Do any of your do Project Life? I'd been hearing about it so much so it was nice to finally see it in action!

A ton of vegetarian appetizer recipes.

A cute post on one of my favorite blogs. 

Oh, Birdie!

Have you checked out Style Smaller yet? Love it.

Wise words from one of my favorite ladies.

The sweetest gift for a friend faraway from home.

Another interesting article: When Married is Not the Norm.

Every Thursday, I look forward to these!

And finally, to the parents of small children...

Happy weekend! I have made a promise to myself to take my camera out all weekend so if I don't post a "Scenes from our Weekend" post on Sunday night or Monday, someone pinch me!



  1. Love reading your posts and hearing what you have to say. I also love being introduced to new and exciting people, stores, clothes, projects etc. through your posts. Have a great weekend!

  2. I love reading your posts Dani, I always find lots of pretty things! thank you!
    Henry, still heartbreaker ;-)

    xoxo from Paris !

  3. Oh that Etsy shop is adorable! Brb gonna go tell the husband we need another baby haha! James' daughter is so adorable. That video was the cutest thing I've seen all week. :)


  4. LOVE! thank you, THANK YOU, thank you for being a marriage equality supporter!

    and ps so excited for our "project" in the works! happy weekend!

  5. That post about not having children is the story of my life!! All of my friends are starting families and they look at me like I'm insane when I tell them I'm 100% happy with my dog as a child lol. I'm a camp counselor, I enjoy children, but I have ZERO desire to be a mother to anything that doesn't have 4 legs and fur. Thanks so much for sharing that link. I feel more human now.

  6. Oh, and p.s. I live in Vermont!! Definitely checking out your Uncle's blog...

  7. Cute,cute dress.get it,get it,get it.

  8. i love that article o being single- i especially love the idea about how it can strengthen marriage. Only get married if you really want to, not because you feel like you have to.

  9. I love that cardigan and want it for my Henry...but will have to wait until he's older! (doesn't come smaller, I asked) ;)

  10. As I clicked over to "to the parents of small children" I ended up reading another beautiful piece on that blog:

    I would recommend it if you have time. So beautiful.

  11. It also baffles me that not everyone has equal rights to this day :( It hurts my heart. All we can do is keep trying!
    On a happier note, LOVE Kaelah's TiLT post :) I do my own every Thursday

    xo Ashley

  12. though i was to have children one day (just not anytime soon), i really appreciated that "childless" article. it's something i've been thinking a lot lately - and it astonishes me how both sides can make someone without children feel so excluded. i love when she wrote "i may not have children but i have a brain." amen!