Family, Health + Beauty, Lifestyle

    Baby Baby on My Mind

    Pulling all of Ezzy’s baby clothes out of storage today and getting super emotional. I had forgotten about so many little outfits, shoes and onesies I loved so much! Can’t wait to put them on this new little guy! (Aren’t hand me downs the best?)

    Let’s get real here… laundry is one of those things that I’m NOT super excited about after baby. With two kids it’s going to get crazy for sure. You moms with 3+… how do you do it?! It’s not exciting, but it’s inevitable. And with all those cute baby clothes it’s a necessity. Choosing a product I totally trust and have been using since Ez was a baby makes doing all those loads a bit easier. I know we won’t have any issues with allergic reactions or uncomfortable rashes from clothing which totally gives me peace of mind!

    Dreft purtouch is awesome for so many reasons. It is a 65% plant-based formula that is hypoallergenic and is from Dreft, the #1 pediatrician-recommended baby detergent brand. It’s free of dyes, chlorine, phosphates, ethanolamine and optical brighteners – specially formulated to help make the world gentle for baby.

    I also learned with Ez how important it is to wash everything before putting them on baby’s skin, even (and especially) things that are new. Ezra had SUPER sensitive skin and broke out in a rash after wearing one of his new little onesies. (Parent fail. ) He was fine, but just one more thing to worry about! Not taking that chances this time! Live and learn right??


    In addition, Dreft has partnered with Dr. Jody Levine – board-certified pediatrician, cosmetic and surgical dermatologist – to help educate parents on the best ways to properly care for baby’s skin. Check out her tips on how to protect baby’s skin below:

    Okay few more thing that are awesome:

    The Dreft purtouch formula is made with 100% renewable wind power electricity, is made at a zero manufacturing waste to landfill site and the bottle is 100% recyclable.

    They’re doin’ it right and one less thing to worry about for us so we can enjoy these little bundles.

    **This post was sponsored by Dreft purtouch

    Family, Fashion, Lifestyle

    Father’s Day Gifting Guide

    Headed Somewhere + Vince CamutoAhhh it’s that time of year again… when Father’s look forward to the day where they are showered with love and appreciation and we look forward to absolutely spoiling them! And for good reason… they deserve it all! Now, Fathers aren’t always the easiest to shop for. But I found that Vince Camuto has some awesome pieces any guy would be happy to receive. Even those who seem to have everything! The styles are classic, timeless, yet modern… take a peek at what I picked out for Clay (who is the absolutely HARDEST to shop for.)
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    From top left: Tolve Leather Messenger Bag // Varsity Bomber Jacket // Gullie – Chukka Sneaker // Slim Fit Chinos // Croc – Embossed Watch // Original Eau De Toilette

    **And just in case you are feeling like spoiling yourself a little bit while shopping, Vince Camuto’s women’s collection is just as good! My dress/bag/shoes are all from Vince Camuto… and I’m obsessed. Go see what you can find for that special Father in your life and give him something a little cooler than his Dad jokes… 🙂headedsomewhere signature

    Film, Lifestyle

    Our Inevitable Parentamorphosis

    I went to the store the other day and picked up a new vacuum… I honestly didn’t think too much of it. Definitely didn’t expect it to totally make Clay’s day. As soon as I brought it in, he was unpacking, assembling and testing out each accessory. The corner attachment, the brush, the 360 maneuvering… this went on for a REALLY long time. I think it is official. We are, in fact, adults. And not just any adults, we are becoming our parents.

    We have both been noticing little things here and there that both Clay and I are doing, things our parents do… that we would have never thought we’d be doing.

    Here are a few examples… and I am sure many of you can relate.

    1. The Dad jokes. Sooo many Dad jokes.
    2. Keeping tissues close and handy at all times… up the sleeve tends to be the most convenient.
    3. Organizing Tupperware, the pantry, the linen closet, the organization supplies drawer.
    4. Licking fingers and cleaning faces. Gross, yeah. But it’s the truth.
    5. The decorative pillows.
    6. The decorative towels.
    7. The guest towels and guest sheets.
    8. The “don’t play in there” room.
    9. Labeling, labeling, labeling. Especially the garage.
    10. Bring frugal about the air conditioner and heater, “JUST OPEN UP THE WINDOWS! YOU’LL BE FINE!”
    11. Cutting coupons, cutting the lawn and cutting our insurance bill.

    I guess you could say there are some upsides to becoming your parents… it’s not ALL cringe worthy! I mean, they’re pretty smart, SUPER organized and have just got it together. Ya know? More life experience, if you will. Buying a home for the first time was pretty scary. I remember it well. But Clay, in his Parentamorphosis showed me that home insurance doesn’t have to be. We are successfully adulating after all. And, it didn’t hurt that saving money on home insurance gets me a “line item” in Clay’s budget for new patio furniture! Silver linings, people…

    Click here to get a home insurance quote from Progressive and see if you can save some moola!

    It is pretty inevitable we become our parents. Some ways good, some ways completely uncool. I’d love to hear the little things you find yourself doing that your parents did… that you said you would never do.

    *This post was sponsored by Progressive Home Insurance