Guest Post: Friday Night Lights

Friday, June 23, 2017

I like to consider myself a girls girl. I love having girlfriends. Sure, I love my boy-friends too, but there is something so incredibly special about the relationships I have with my girlfriends. I mean, there were 13 girls in my wedding. I LOVE spending time with these girls. Granted they are literally the best humans on the planet, but I love my girls.

In high-school and even after, my girlfriends and I love doing all the things together. From road-trips to Vegas, Los Angeles, Omaha or Denver, we've traveled a lot together. We've been to Italy together, Virginia, California and I know there are only going to be more trips. Sleepovers are the best and late night dinners are even better.

Today, my friend Brad is sharing all his tips on girls night. Suggestions, tips and tricks.

We made it to the weekend friends, let's celebrate. It's Friday! Without further ado, Brad.

As we get older, we tend to slow down a bit. The weekends stop being about wild parties and social gatherings and start being more about relaxing and unwinding from the week that has just passed. It seems like almost overnight we go from party people to couch people. It’s not all bad: our idea of fun changes as we get older. And it should really, we all know those people well beyond clubbing age who still insist on hitting up the dance floor and going home full of the cocktails at the end of the night. Those people think they are having fun, but that is not always the case. If you are looking for a few ways to spice up your weekend without having to drink yourself into oblivion, consider spending your next few Friday nights trying on some of these activities for fun!

Host a Girls Night - Sans Alcohol
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the company of your friends without having to break open a bottle of wine. If you want to relive your younger years, organize a game night with lots of munchies and some fun classic board games. Or, you can upgrade your game night with the internet and do a “try not to laugh challenge” - all the kids are raving about laugh challenges these days. You’ll watch funny videos online about everything from cats, to car memes, to kids falling down. Just try not to laugh: once one starts, you’ll all laugh yourselves silly.

Go to the Drive in Movies
Load up the car with your girlfriends and head out to the drive in movie theater. Everyone can make something for snacks and you can curl up in your seats in your favorite pajamas. It doesn’t have to be a big outing to have a lot of fun, and an evening in your pajamas surrounded by friends may be just what the doctor ordered!

Rent a Hotel Room for You and Your Girlfriends
If you and the girls want to get away from it all but time is not on your side, consider booking a local hotel for the night to have a slumber party - but for adults. Grab some giant size bags of chips, some tubs of ice cream and head off to the hotel for some fun with the girls.

Do Something Totally Crazy Together
If you are feeling a bit skiddish and want to really try life on for size, consider getting a group of friends together to do something amazing like take a hot air balloon ride or go skydiving! Set out on a road trip for the weekend without any real plans of where you’ll end up! Who knows what kind of fun (trouble!) you can get into together. There are lots of ways you can enjoy the company of others without having to come home a slobbering mess after a night at the bar - although, skydiving might make you feel like a slobbering mess once you touch down, but that kind of slobbering mess is worth the adventure!

A little bit about Brad: Brad loves writing about video games almost as much as he loves playing them. Beginning with the original NES, Brad has been playing video games his entire life. His favorite franchises include The Legend of Zelda, Elder Scrolls, Final Fantasy, Pokemon, Doom, and Fire Emblem. Read more HERE

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The Bachelorette: Lee is the new villain

Thursday, June 22, 2017

After two long weeks, we are finally back. Thanks a lot NBA finals. In case you missed it, Bachelor in Paradise was cancelled (see my thoughts here), but today it's BACK! I'll see ya'll in Paradise soon!

We pick this episode back up with Eric yelling at the group and Lee laughing at Eric. I think my favorite line out of contestants mouths are "I'm not here to make friends." Those people usually self-combust before the lead even has the chance to send them home.

This guy need to gets the shit kicked out of him. (Referencing Lee)
Ps. If you haven't heard the news on Lee, he's a racist and a misogynist. Rachel even clapped back at him on twitter yesterday. 
In my bachelorette experience, when this much energy is focused on one person, the lead eventually catches up and just lets that person go. Here's hoping Rachel gets it sooner than later. This kinda bullshit is the stuff that makes this show impossible to watch.

Can I just take a minute and say how much I love Rachel. I think she is a strong, bad-ass girl who doesn't deserve the bullshit these boys are bringing. She deserves the absolute best and here's hoping one of these boys can give that to her.

Also, lets talk about Dean. He is such a great dresser and I love his no BS when it comes to Lee. I'm really hoping he sticks around. My friend Ally and I were gushing about how much we both like Dean. However I read he's texting with Christina (the girl from Nick Viall's season!)

 She also loves Peter and Eric. That dude is wayyy too aggressive. (Referencing Joshia) 

SPOILER ALERT: After ALLL that, she picked Lee and sent Diggy, Bryce and the blonde guy home. I LOVED Diggy. Sad.

To Hilton Head. Is there a Bachelor rule that the first date out of the mansion has to be stateside? I mean, JoJo went to Pennsylvania for goodness sake. And, it also must be a requirement that they all have to stand on a balcony somewhere and yell her name.

I've always wanted to go to Hilton Head. Have you guys been?

FIRST ONE-ON-ONE: Dean. Shocker. She adores him and it's very clear he adores her. I'm on team Dean here, I would not want to go on a blimp. Wait, Dean is 25? No wonder he's so smiley. Oh my tears. Deans' story about his mama, Whew.

Here's hoping shes talking about Dean. 

Hey Russell Dickerson. I am the biggest country fan and I do not know who you are. It's funny they have to dance in the middle of crowds. 

But hey, Rus, I'm gonna listen to you tomorrow to give you a fair shot.

On a boat and Josiah is starting to lose it. Not gonna lie, I got super bored on the group date. The one thing that stood out is Iggy. He is a shit stirrer.

Final thoughts: Boo on Lee. I like Kenny, but he's already in his head too much.

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Fleurish Letters + Design

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Happy Wednesday friends! I promise, the bachelorette recap will be up tomorrow. My motivation is SUPER slacking when it comes to this season. I love Rachel, but it's just dragging to me. 

But, big news today, Bachelor in Paradise is back to filming. We will have a season after all. 

I am so pumped about todays post. 

One of my best friends, Ally has the most amazing shop and business. She creates the most beautiful pieces to help celebrate the best times in ones life. From weddings to babies, to everything in between. Need a gift? This girl has the PERFECT thing for you. Ally did all of the wedding paper at our wedding and she's created some amazing keepsake pieces for Adam and I that we will treasure forever. 

Today is all about her, her shop and all the pieces you can purchase and where you can buy! 

Hey everybody my name is Alexandra, I have an unhealthy obsession with cactus, iced coffee with honey and creating beautiful art. I am a military wife, I have a three year old babe named Isla and the cutest mini pug named Chloe. Being a military family we move around a lot but my heart will always belong to the desert and I hope to end up back in Arizona someday. 

I mean, is she a stunner or what.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS:  Fleurish Letters + Design  is my way of creating pieces for every beautiful and wonderful milestone in life. I have always painted. My grandmother is an astounding watercolor painter and growing up she gave all the grandkids art lessons. it was always one of my favorite things to do. 

For my own wedding in 2012, I created all of our invitations, envelopes, place cards, and chalkboards and I fell right back in love with art and lettering. 

I went on to do a few of my best friends weddings and created my first watercolor wreath for Kristen and Adam when they got married. Since then I have evolved into not just creating pieces for weddings, but for every great and wonderful milestone in life, which is my business motto. 

From hand lettered love songs, to water colored wreaths to commemorate your wedding day, to birth announcements and nursery art. 

You can find Fleurish Letters + Design HERE on Etsy, Instagram and her Facebook page

Right now I am based in Hawaii. It is absolutely gorgeous here and I love living here. My business is home-based which is great since I have 3 year old. You can find my designs online in my etsy shop  and soon I will have my own website 

I started on nursery designs after Isla was born. I saw a niche I wanted to be apart of and that is my favorite thing about this business; it can grow with me as I go through my own life's milestones and my daughters. 

Animals are a huge thing when it comes to nursery decor and I wanted to incorporate my love of flowers in some way and floral crowns are huge right now. Right now I have woodland animals but I will be expanding into safari animals and farm animals soon! 

I offer pieces for each milestone in life so if you are a client of mine you can start with when you fall in love, to when you get married, to buying your first home, and then having your sweet babe. 
  • LOVE & WEDDINGS: Weddings are the perfect example of my love for lettering on every surface. For the wedding itself I offer:envelope addressing, place cards, seating charts, programs, menus & any other lettering or signs you may need. I also design custom crests and watercolor floral wreaths with your wedding date, new names, initials or anything special to represent your special day.
  • HOME: For home I offer prints, originals and canvas of hand-lettered quotes and songs. I can do lettering on just about any surface I can get my hands on.
  • BABY: I offer custom watercolor and hand-lettered birth announcements in a variety of themes. I also create hand-lettered baby quotes and watercolor animals for nursery decor. 
  • MISCELLANEOUS: I am working on a line of greeting cards for each category, including but not limited to thank you notes, invites and more. Custom commissions are some of my favorite things to create. I always tell my clients if they can dream it, I can create it
My favorite animal is constantly changing. But I do love alpacas, hedgehogs and fennec foxes. Literally the most random assortment of animals ever. You'll see a lot of those influences in my pieces.

My process varies for each item I create.
  • LETTERING SONGS & QUOTES: A lot of my ideas for lettering come from songs that I personally love or lyrics that stick to my soul when I hear them. And a lot of times they are songs that people use as their first dance songs for their weddings. I do a lot of my hand-lettered work on my iPad Pro and my Apple Pencil which has been a total game changer for the world of calligraphy and hand lettering. 

  • WREATHS: I am usually commissioned to do these to the client requests the flowers that they want. From here I search through the depths of Pinterest for the types of flowers they want me to paint. I try and find photos at every angle I can find of the flowers, which has taught me soooo much about flowers and their names and where they are from. from there I "build the wreath". 
  • I used to pencil sketch these on paper for the rough drafts that I sent to clients, which used a lot of lead and erasing and paper. But now I can send clients digital proofs of pencil renderings that I create on Procreate on my iPad (see I told you it was a total game changer!) this makes any changes the clients wants so much easier and I'm not killing a thousand trees while doing it. Once the client approves, I start painting (my favorite part) and the last thing I do is hand write the quote or clients names and wedding date).

  • BABY ANNOUNCEMENTS: These take the most work and sketching and research. First I decide what theme I want. Then I make a list of all the items that go with said the me. So for example some of the items I listed on my woodsy announcement were mushrooms, canoes, wood, acorns, etc...Then I make little pencil sketches of each item. 
  • I have a base design I use for each announcement and I work around that. I usually use my light board for this and put the base design under a piece of scrap paper and it's sort of like putting a puzzle together. Making all the items fit together and at the same time not making it too cluttered. I love this part of it. Then once I have all the items sketched into the announcement I then go on to painting and lettering all the sweet babes info.

  • CARDS AND PRINTS: Breaking into the world of cards and prints has been a different experience for me. These things are not custom and need to go with what's trending right now. Such as llamas/alpacas. It seems so random but people go crazy for a llama/alpaca print. They are adorable first of all, super puffy and I have recently fallen in love with Peru and where the largest number of llamas and alpacas can be found in the whole world. Seriously google peru and tell me you don't want to go there! The bright colors of their textiles are amazing to paint and the fact that they dress their llamas/alpacas in them is amazing! 
  • I will soon be offering prints of original watercolors of my llamas and alpacas, along with cards for every occasion with my cute Peruvian pets on them. 

I told you she was great right? Her pieces are just as amazing as they look on screen. 

Now, go show her the love! 

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The Perfect Summer Dress

Monday, June 19, 2017

Happy Monday & (almost) Happy Summer!

We are officially to summer as it is supposed to be 95 degrees in Denver tomorrow. I know, Arizona peeps, my 95 degrees doesn't compare to your 120 degrees, but man alive, summer is here.

Yesterday, Adam and I were walking our pups and Lola got stung by a bee! It was the saddest thing ever. She wouldn't walk, so Adam had to carry her home and then by the time we got back, we were both sweating. Thanks summer! Oh and don't worry, Miss Lo is doing way better. After a little swelling and some benadryl, she's all back to normal.

Ps. Happy Father's Day to all you amazing fathers out there. Father's Day is one of my favorite holidays because it celebrates two of my favorite humans in the world, my dad and my brother. They are the best examples of what a dad and husband should be. I'm so lucky to have them in my life. Shout-out also, to all my brothers-in-law and friends who are amazing dad too.

Keep raising those humans dads, you're doing a great job. 

Anyways, let's talk clothes.

This dress has made its Instagram debut and you guys have loved it! Thanks so much. It's seriously my favorite new dress. I would wear it everyday if I could, but I'm pretty sure my boss would object. If I didn't say it already, thanks for all the birthday love, you guys are the absolute best and sure know how to make a thirty year old girl feel damn good.

Thirty, so far, has been such a great year. Even if it's only been a week. I cannot wait for all the things thirty has to hold. Thanks for joining me on the ride.

This summer I'm pretty sure floral patterns and embroidery are going to be my favorites. I love the bright, bright colors. I don't keep up with trends very well, I just love what I love. But based on what I can buy out there, florals seem to be a hit.

And, hey, Arizona friends. This amazing gold leaf (red velvet) cake is from Ruze Cake House. They did our amazing wedding cake and have provided every cake and dessert for every party we've had since. They have gluten free options too AND they make the best macaroons in the world. Tell Jessi I sent you, she's the best.

Birthdays are the best, especially when they include gold cakes.

This dress is Shopbop and you can buy it here. It also comes in black, you can buy that option here. I know it's crazy, since black is my favorite color and all, but I am loving the white more than the black. Shocker, I know.

In case you want more options, I've rounded up some of my favorite summer dresses. And, in case you don't want to spend the money, I've linked some of my favorite Target ones too. These dresses are perfect for those warm summer nights, cocktail parties, rehearsal dinners and more. Summer shopping is my favorite. Thank goodness we've got at least 3 more months of warm.

Now, get to shopping! You know you wanna.

Isn't that blue one perfect for the fourth of july! Not that I'm already planning, or maybe I am.

Because he's the best.

Happy Monday friends! Here's hoping it's short.

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Recipe: Cinnamon Toast (paleo) Crunch

Friday, June 16, 2017

Happy Friday friends! It's FRIDAY. Thank the stars above. When Adam woke up this am, he looked at me and said we made it. And yes, siry bob, we made it.

You read that title right -- P A L E O cereal, cinnamon toast crunch to be exact. Adam has been begging me to make paleo cereal for years and I've never done it because it seemed too hard.

Let's get a little back story shall we? Prior to paleo, we used to keep at least 3 different kinds of cereal, skim milk and extra large bowls in our house at all times. And we wonder why we couldn't lose those last 3 pounds. You name it, we had the brand in our house at all times. Frosted Flakes are a personal favorite of mine while Adam tended to lean towards Honey Nut Cheerios and, you guessed it, Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

After perusing Pinterest for a while, I found some delicious paleo recipes. I made the mistake of telling Adam and now he's been requesting it for months. One lazy Sunday, I did it. Cereal.

Warning, this only makes about two-four bowls depending on bowl size. If you enjoy your bowls like Adam does, it makes one bowl. This recipe is so incredibly easy, but it takes a while. I may not make this every week, but Adam loved it so much, it's totally worth making for a treat.

This recipe was super delicious, crunchy and the best snack ever. Let's get to it.

1 cup almond flour
1/4 cup coconut flour (you may need more if your dough is too soggy)
3/4 cup + 2 teaspoons coconut sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
1 large egg white
2 tablespoons coconut oil melted

How to Make: 
  1. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees and line two baking sheets with a silpat. Set aside.
  2. In a large bowl, stir together the almond flour, coconut flour, 3/4 cup Coconut sugar, salt and cinnamon until well mixed.
  3. Add in the egg white and melted coconut oil. Using your hands, press the mixture together until it begins to moisten and you can pack it into a ball.
  4. Place half the dough between two large pieces of parchment paper and roll out until VERY thin, about 1/16 inch thick.
  5. Cut the dough into 3/4 inch squares and gently transfer to the prepared sheets. * Repeat with remaining dough **
  6. Sprinkle the remaining 2 tsp of Coconut sugar over the squares and bake until they just turn golden brown, about 3-4 minutes. 
  7. They burn very quickly so watch them closely in that last minute. Mine were perfect at 3.5 minutes. They will not be crunchy when they come out of the ovenLet them sit.
  8. Let the squares cool on the pan completely and then enjoy! 
Guys, take my word. These are so delicious! 
Look how crunchy!
Cooking tip: Use a pizza cutter and a thin knife. The thinner the better.
You can put these much closer together than I did, they don't grow, they shrink.

I recently found a recipe for cheerios and lucky charms. I was super pumped about the lucky charms, but Adam is pumped for the cheerios. Tune in later for more delicious recipes. 

Don't be afraid to eat multiple bowls.

Happy Friday Friends! Cheers to delicious breakfast and longer weekends!

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Denver: Favorite Spots

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Happy Thursday friends! By the time Thursday rolls around, I can always smell the weekend and am automatically in a better mood. This weekend we have very few plans and I am pumped. A birthday dinner with my girlfriends is the only thing on my agenda and the rest of the weekend will be spent doing nothing.

What are your weekend plans?

Recently, I had the opportunity to work with West Elm on their local love campaign. The campaign was geared towards certain cities and the people (bloggers who live in them). Being a huge lover of all things West Elm, I was pumped to be asked. #ad #sponsored.

It gave me the opportunity to really think about why I love Denver, the things, the places and the people. I ventured out last week on a little mini-blog shoot all around Denver with one of my best girls (who also happens to be my photog). We went to some great spots, views, took pictures and ended the day with wine. This has hands down been one of my favorite campaigns to be a part of.

We've been living in Denver for a little over three years. It's crazy to say that out loud because whoa, three years. That means it's been 4 years since I graduated law school. 2 years since marriage. 2 years since I tore my ACL. Time is flying people, make sure you're enjoying the ride. I'm learning that time really does go too fast and I'm trying my damnest to make sure I'm enjoying it (more on that later).

It's safe to say, Denver has my heart. I've written numerous posts on my favorite places, locations, restaurants, dog friendly locations and more. This post will be a little more personal. All the reasons I love living in Denver.

1. WEATHER:. I grew up in Arizona so the heat doesn't bother me as much, but Adam is not a fan. While Adam doesn't love the heat, I don't love the blizzard Omaha weather. Denver is the perfect middle ground. Warm in the summer, cold in the winter but sunshine all the time. Plus, cocktails on the patio is almost always a possibility.

2. UNION STATION: You can read all about Union in my post. But this place is a dream. Every single person who has visited us has been taken to Union. Whether you want coffee, cocktails, pretty flowers, a good book or a delicious meal, Union has it all. Plus, if you need to take a train, you can do that too. We love going to Union for drinks at the Terminal Bar, complete with delicious appetizers. Plus, the people watching is absolutely worth all the tourists.

3. THE PEOPLE: Making adult friends is so hard. By 30, everyone has their group of friends, their circles, their own lives. Trying to come in the middle of that is so hard. When we first moved here we knew one other couple and that's it. Through jobs, pure barre, junior league, we have met some of the most amazing people ever. They've welcomed us into their homes, their churches, their friend groups and their families. We are so blessed by the people we know here. Plus, strangers are usually damn nice too. I'm looking at you Starbucks lady who told me I had nice shoes on.

4. MOUNTAINS: On most people's list, this would be the top reason they love living in Denver. I love the mountains, I actually perfer them in the summer. That's probably due to my ACL, but the mountains are the most amazing small towns, great food and for Adam, amazing skiing. I love the access we have. We have friends come visit a lot requesting time in the mountains. Hey friends, come visit! It's only an hour and 30 minutes door to Breckenridge door! Lets go the mountains.

5. THE FOOD: Linger, Osterio Marco & Rioja just to name a few.

ALE HOUSE @ AMATOS: Great beer, great food and one of the best views of the Denver skyline. Craft beer is a must in Denver and this place does not disappoint. Plus, the patio on the roof is pretty awesome.  

6. JOBS: The main reason we moved here three years ago was because Adam had an amazing job opportunity. He wanted to apply, I said do it, and before he knew it, we were moving to Denver. The work load has been a lot at times, but loving what you do makes it easier to do the work. Same goes for me, sure, I'd love to be a blogger full-time, but my attorney gig is pretty damn awesome.

7. OUR HOUSE: Yes, the structure of my hosue is great, but I feel so lucky that everyday I get to go home to my house, with my hubs and my pups. I don't take that for granted for one minute and it's the very best reason for why I love Denver so much.

Where are you from? What are your favorite things about your city?

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My Arizona Birthday Weekend

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Before we get to Arizona, can we please talk about Bachelor in Paradise?! As a verrryyyy loyal Bachelor Nation fanatic I have to say I am pretty damn bummed. Yes, BIP is middle sibling of Bachelor nation, often ignored. Not as many people appreciate the humor and  pure entertainment  BIP provides. I for one, am obsessed. Half drunk bachelor castoffs prancing around the beach pretending to be in love? Sign me up.
Here's where I'm struggling with this news. I'm about to get a little deep/preachy. Skip to Arizona if you want. For those that don't know what I'm referring too, there was an incident being investigated. From all the sources I read yesterday, there was some "sexual misconduct" filmed and then brought to the attention of the contestants. The contestants in question are Corrine and De Mario. Here's my thoughts on Corrine from a previous post and De Mario's is here.  
It's not secret I do not like Corrine. I didn't like the attention she brought to Nicks season and while I think she's hilarious, I kind of found her to be a sad character to watch. However, this sexual misconduct  Warner Bro's has referenced in their statement is what many of us refer to as rape, drunk beyond control, not able to consent rape. I sure hope this investigation actually occurs and instead of blaming Corrine, we get to the bottom of what happened and provide the poor girl some justice. And while we're at it, leave the girl alone. 
Whew. Alright, let's get back to our regularly scheduled programming, shall we? Arizona.

I've been an Arizona girl since I was 3 years old. I grew up there, went to school there and it's still, to this day the place I call home. When Adam asked what I wanted to do for my 30th birthday, we discussed a lot of options. Should we take a big trip? Grand Cayman? The Mountains! Go somewhere new? Fiji? Telluride?

At the end of the day, all I wanted was dinner with my family and best friends and it's exactly what I got.

My actual birthday was Thursday. It was full of presents, pure barre, work, chick-fil-a and a late flight home to Arizona. We were greeted with my parents and some chilled wine. We sat around and chatted until late. The perfect end to the best birthday. 30 is pretty damn awesome.

 Look at all those beautiful people at my favorite place in the world.
The actual best human. 

30, the number made me nervous. I won't get in to those details, see here for that. But I was nervous about what 30 meant to my life. But I realized, if 30 is me, surrounded by friends and family, eating delicious food, then 30 is the best year. There is nothing to be nervous about.

Friday, we slept in, brunched with my dad at the cutest breakfast spot, Hash Kitchen, I got my hair did and then we enjoyed the best pizza from Oreganos, Friday night with my family, Coti and Matt.

 The greatest of friends since we were in high-school. 

My best friend eva.

My family has come to expect when I come to Arizona, there are two things I want to eat. Oreganos pizza and In-n-Out Burger. I'm a fairly simple girl.

Saturday, I got to spend most of the day with my adorable nephews. My oldest nephew Tomas is the baseball king, and my younger nephew Leo, crawled for me. It was a huge morning in our house. I spent the day watching baseball, throwing fake ones and bouncing Leo. Add in some champs with my sister-in-law and it was my favorite day.

Saturday night, Adam planned a nice dinner with my best friends and family. Complete with a limo to take us to dinner. We went to El Chorro, the place we got married. It was so special. I got to go back to the best place in my world with my favorite people. Call me lucky.

After that, the youngins' went out for some cocktails, dancing in a limo to 2Pac and the best of dive bars. Sunday was complete with breakfast and the airport. I always tell my husband how much I love Arizona and I'm so lucky we had the chance to go back.
To my hubs, you are the best human, thanks for planning my special day and being the best husband ever. 
To my family and friends, thanks for letting me take your entire weekend to celebrate and thanks for being the best. 
I love you all. 
 The cutest nephew.
The best fambam.

 Happiest place. 

PS. Tomorrow on the blog, all the details on my top favorite Denver locations and a West Elm Collab! Happy Tuesday friends!

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