October 3, 2013
Something Swanky: Black Forest Cake … and i’m not just talking food!
” You have no idea how long this post has been in the making. Since July at the least. But really…. longer than that. Maybe you could say I’ve been working towards this since I first saw another blogger post about her Red Velvet Cake Carryall before I even started blogging. Because that’s when I knew that one day I’d be posting about my own Cake Carryall from Petunia Pickle Bottom. “
Check out the entire Something Swanky feature here.
September 2, 2013
Sometimes Sweet: What’s in my Diaper Bag?
“It’s been almost three years since I’ve had to pack a diaper bag for a newborn, and like everything else, it’s been a bit of a remembering and re-learning process. I never ended up using a proper diaper bag with Henry- I had bought a couple but none of them really worked for me- and by the time I figured out what would be good to use, we were already to the point where I could just throw things into my normal handbag.
So this time around when Petunia Pickle Bottom offered to send me a diaper bag to use with Charlie, I was so ecstatic! Besides them being totally cute (I love the Cake line most of all), they’re completely functional and easy to carry. I especially love how they can clip onto the back of our stroller with the included clips- it makes our daily walks that much easier.”
Check out the whole Sometimes Sweet feature here.
May 14, 2013
Petit Elefant: Makeover a Mom Handbag
“I’m a mom who needs a makeover for my handbag. My name is Stephanie. I’m the mom who carries everything AND the kitchen sink in her handbag. Don’t you? Do you remember Allison’s long running ‘what’s in your purse‘ series? I loved those posts because I’m always curious how other people, (mom-people specifically) organize their stuff. Seeing what was inside all those pretty purses was fascinating!
Once or twice I thought about submitting my own (mom) purse, but then thought better of that humiliation. Because on most days I’m lugging around a purse stuffed with notebooks and magazines, a diaper bag with paraphernalia for 3 kids, and a car seat with a 19-pound kid. No matter how hard I try there’s just a lot of stuff.”
Check out the whole Petit Elefant feature here.