I am loving each holiday season that comes along more and more ever since Jezriel and I started growing our family. One commitment I’m promising myself are family photos for each holiday season. This year I’m partnering with JCPenney to give you behind the scenes and tips to take your holiday family photos at home.
Visiting a pumpkin patch during the weekday, I honestly thought it wasn’t going to be crowded. I couldn’t believe how many field trips were happening, I can’t imagine what the weekend looks like.
October is really creeping up on me. I thought I had more time to prep and prepare for the kids halloween costumes.
I think this is the last year I can get a way from a birthday party because she’s so obsessed with Minnie Mouse. Jezriel and I thought it was time for Cataleya to meet her at Disneyland.
So I meant to publish this post a few weeks ago, but I really wanted to get a photo of our whole family. That meant finding and dust off my tripod.
Hope you all enjoyed your Easter weekend with family and friends. We headed down to OC to meet up with Cataleya’s BBF Addie for an Easter egg hunt. This was actually Cataleya’s first, I don’t quite remember why we didn’t take her then.
How are we seriously already near April? I mean I just had Enzo in January and feel like it should still be that month. When I was thinking of what to put in the kids baskets, by they way it still feels surreal to say ‘kids’.
As Christmas approaches,…I’m scrambling to put together a Christmas dinner menu and go grocery shopping later today. I thought about a simple tablescape.
You would think the first thing I would do in our kitchen is to organize my constant baking essentials I constantly grab for. Had my fair share of mistakes, I’ve accidentally scooped up corn starch instead of powder sugar a few times in my random zip lock bags.