Chassity talked about implementing ideas and not just pinning them over at LookLingerLove.
Jill Sorenson at LiveLikeYou discussed why you're home should be a direct reflection of you.
Good advice, and today I'm listening to these talented ladies.
I finally framed two more pieces of my art that I love even though I'm not sure they're perfect for the space forever. They reflect what I love right now and I like them and they make me happy.
I also tossed my dotted scarf from Target over the back of the sofa like a throw.
It instantly updated the look and feels much more "me".
(here's the link the scarf but it can only be purchased in stores)
Have y'all done anything simple (or drastic) to make your space feel more "you" lately instead of just dreaming about it?
Oh and updates.
Most importantly, my friend's little baby boy made it through his hours long surgery like a champ.
He'll be in the hospital through the end of the week recovering from such a major surgery and I know he and his family could use the extra prayers.
And Tag officially has Torticollis which is causing plagiocephaly.
Basically his neck muscle is too short on one side causing him to drastically favor that side which in turn causes the flat spot on his head.
Sounds like it's nothing serious at all just a major pain in the butt.
Weekly PT and stretches at home with every diaper change.
I REALLY appreciate those of you who already have shared your experiences with me and welcome any advice or information from anyone else who's dealt with this.