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Category Archives: house and home


Family. Bedtime. Wine. Showering. In that order.

It’s been a busy summer. Not because it was specifically SUMMER (my kid is too little for camp or to know the difference between today, and say, Elmo), but there was a lot going on. And so I didn’t blog much. And that’s okay. But I’ve missed this and all of you and I’ve missed the routine of coming here to write and give myself free therapy. This summer, our


The 4 things I can’t live without

No, not my child, my husband, sushi or Harry Potter. Those would be way too obvious. I’m talking about these four things. And once you hear about them, you won’t be able to live without them, either. You’re welcome. 1) My American Apparel Fanny Pack. I wear it on jogs. I wear it on hikes. I wear it just walking around my house. I didn’t wear it when my kiddo


Bathtub Shopping 101

These days, “bath time” really only means one thing to me: plopping Leo in his whale-shaped tub and getting out his blue rubber ducky (we actually call it a “schnucky,” not to be confused with the authentic yellow ducky). I haven’t taken a bath at home in years, since I’ve never had a bathtub decent enough (or truly clean enough!) to climb into. We’ll have space for one in our new place,



We have another baby in our lives besides our actual baby. No, not a dog. Not a chia pet — a house renovation. A couple of lovely friends who know about the house sich have suggested that I “start a blog about house renovations,” which sounds fabulous, but let’s just say that Ethan would (justifiably) lose his sh** if I started another blog. (Two is quite enough). So… I thought