Well it’s day 53 of quarantine in Ohio and after living exclusively in leggings, t-shirts and no personal grooming, I’m officially sick of being a slob!
So far my hair routine in quarantine has consisted of washing and air drying. MAYBE I’ll dry my roots a bit. So basically I’ve looked like a hot mess most days. This weekend I had had enough and actually blew my hair dry completely. I contemplated curling or straightening it, but decided baby steps was enough. lol
Thankfully Costco reached out and hooked me up with some styling products from T3 just in time to clean my act up for Mother’s Day. They sent me the T3 Featherweight 3i hairdryer and the Read More
Christmas is around the corner and we all know that sometimes us wives, mothers and adult women are not the easiest to shop for. I have had a bad habit of putting things on my Christmas list that aren’t really for just me, like baby carriers, cooking supplies or memberships to local kid museums.
This year that stops! I am asking for only things that pamper me, make me feel pretty or just something I plain want for myself. That’s my inspiration for this gift guide.
Five Last Minute Christmas Gifts for Her
1. Beauty Counter Makeup.
Mother’s Day is coming up! I love this holiday. A whole day dedicated to the love, commitment and compassion we mother’s put into our families. Now that’s something to celebrate!
Since it’s just a few weeks away and you need some lead time when you’re buying something handmade and totally fabulous off Etsy, I decided to but together my list of Mother’s Day gift ideas a bit early. The theme this year? Anything wanted but not needed. IE shiny, pretty, thoughtful gifts that say “I thought you’d enjoy this, mom.”
Since Lila’s birthday is so close to Christmas, I have to do double duty on looking for things to add to her Christmas list. Between the things she’s gotten for her birthday and what is on her list for the holidays, I think she’s getting some fun toys.
In general, we try to get her things that are open-ended and encourage active play. Things she can manipulate many different ways and discover in her own way. I also try to think about the future. Yes, she’s 1 now, but in six months, she might need some things that are a bit more advanced.
With that in mind, here are some ideas for Christmas gifts for a one year old. (click on any photos or title to buy these toys)