Daytona Jumpsuit

I’ve been dying to jump on the jumpsuit bandwagon but had a lot of trouble finding one that would fit me (I’m tall) and not look like it came from wedgie world. After trying on a lot of jumpsuits and rompers that all looked ridiculous, and finally deciding that they were just not made for me, I saw one at Freebird Collection that I had to try. Lucky for me the large fit, and now I can get dressed for the day in about two seconds. Did I mention it has pockets?

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Here’s the jumpsuit: Freebird Collection (here’s a similar one) / Black Fringe Peep Toe Boots- Soda / Ring- old, similar / Necklace

Post-Baby Style and a giveaway!

I haven’t done a style post since having Ford because, well…I don’t look exactly model-like since having him, which I am actually okay with, these things take time, but that doesn’t mean I want to go flaunting my new found muffin top for all to see. That being said, I found out that PinkBlush Maternity, a shop that I got a lot of my maternity clothes from, has now opened a women’s online boutique for non-pregnant ladies. They have so many cute clothes, and a lot are very forgiving for us post-baby mamas. When I saw this red dress, I wanted to feature it for my first style post after having Ford.PinkBlush (2)PinkBlush (1)

I love that it is so long because most midi-dresses are only to my knees, and it is lined all the way down the sleeves, which is so hard to find! It is the perfect dress for Valentine’s Day. Pinkblush will definitely be one of my go-to Trendy Boutiques online, and here’s the link to the dress I got, they have so many cute dresses for women.

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 Pink Blush Boutique wants all my friends and readers to get a chance to see how awesome their clothing is, and so we teamed up to give one lucky reader a $50 gift card to PinkBlush! I’m a little jealous that I can’t participate in this giveaway but you can enter below!

PinkBlush Boutique Giveaway!

Note- I did not receive compensation for this post, but was given clothes to review but I shop this website already, so you know I love ShopPinkBlush!

My Favorite CHRISTmas Decorations 2015

With every year, it seems like the meaning of Christmas is getting lost more and more, and it becomes harder and harder to find Christmas decorations that actually celebrate the birth of our Savior. When is the last time you saw a nativity sold at Target or Wal-Mart? I’ve looked everywhere and thought I’d share some of my favorite ones that I’ve seen with y’all so you can put Christ back in the center of your homes and your families Christmas. I can always use a daily reminder of faith and when people enter my home, especially during the Christmas season, I want them to feel the love of Christ and be reminded of Him. I also love that all of these could fit into my ship-lapped, slowly becoming farmhouse style home. Faith based Christmas decorations

note: Some of these are affiliate links which I receive a small commission for. Just keepin it real, and letting you know.

Yess“Born This Day” sign by BetweenYouandMeSigns

Driftwood-Nativity-Set-PFR2629Driftwood Nativity at Joss & Main

OrnamentsBiblical Names of Christ Ornaments at Deseret Books

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il_570xN.494448934_msqsO Come Let Us Adore Him by BetweenYouAndMeSigns


O Holy Night sign by BetweenYouandMeSigns (can you tell I’m obsessed with their shop? Plus, they are the nicest people around)

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I hope you love these and that they help you remember the real reason for Christmas. If you’ve seen any other great things to remind you of Christ this year, please share them with me in the comments!
This video below touched me so much when I watched it, I had to share it. Take the time this month to remember the greatest gift given and to think about what you can give.