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A rundown of what we’re doing, watching, reading, coveting.
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A rundown of what we're doing,
watching, reading, coveting.
Here's what's got our attention this week.
  • I wish this breastfeeding resource existed when I had my first child almost nine years ago! Makes my then-strategy of frantically texting my sisters and calling my pediatrician for their lactation group schedule seem stone-age-ish.

  • For my birthday, John surprised me with tickets to see Mike Birbiglia’s new stand up show. And it was so good! Highly recommend if you’re looking for a fun night out in the city. Also, the Cherry Lane Theatre is on the cutest street in all of New York City. All NYC rom-com’s have had at least one scene on that street for sure. Adds to the charm of the fun night out! 

  • We’ve been playing a lot of card games and board games this summer. This classic is a permanent fixture on our kitchen table. Griffin is undefeated at this one in our house. This game continues to be a family hit, many years running (great for a wide age range + they make a waterproof version!). And Griffin and I have recently gotten into this one.

  • Are you thinking about back-to-school since it’s AUGUST ? India has been using this backpack for a year, and she really cherishes it ! It is constantly on her back, even in the house, and she is always “packing” it for something. I love this version with different colored straps, and also this cute rainbow.

  • Like any other art form, architecture has the ability to be so incredibly moving. It’s easy to forget this rushing around from building to building in our everyday lives, but this was such a quick reminder. So Beautiful, uplifting, and tragic all at once.

  • Josh + India went camping last weekend, and she came home SO proud of all the things she had done. She caught her first fish, went tubing for the first time, cooked over a fire… I love asking her to tell people about it because she gets such a big kid “try to hide your smile” face as she bursts with her news. These sweet patches on Etsy caught my eye in a Mother Mag round up, as such a fun way to commemorate these big/not big moments like this or this.