Week In Review: Ashley

Hey y’all hey! Welcome back to another Monday of Week In Reviews. 🙂 So glad you’re here. Ok, sooo prepare for lots of me going on and on about Pre-K drama.

Monday & Tuesday & Wednesday were pretty typical. As you know (or don’t know if you don’t regularly read my WIR posts…) we have been riding the struggle bus when it comes to getting Cooper adjusted to full day Pre-K. He has been freaking out at drop off each day. HOWEVER We had some fantastic days of drop off during the first part of this week! Cooper didn’t cry one bit which was super fantastic. I really felt like we were making some progress.

Then. His teacher called Wednesday afternoon to say that he’d been having a hard day. She said he was whining a lot and very concerned about what was going to happen next…as in he was asking her this every five minutes or so. The wanting to know what is next – well that’s just his personality. He’s super aware of his surroundings. He always wants to know the span of events that lie before him. I can understand though how that is frustrating. Because seriously you guys, some days I have to tell him “enough with the questions…I’ve already told you this over and over again.” She did suggest that maybe he needs more one on one time and attention from me. I get that. I decided I’d start making more deliberate attempts at giving him my attention in the evenings. Also, she thought maybe he was trying so hard to keep things together for my sake at drop off that the emotions were coming out throughout the day now. Thursday he was pretty upset at drop off BUT nothing major.  So that night we went to Chick-Fil-A and played at the playground and I took him to Target to pick out a toy for being so good at drop off for the four previous days.  I wanted to give him some positive reinforcement.

Friday morning was a rough rough rough. I’m pretty sure he sensed that it wasn’t a normal day. He could tell that I wasn’t going to work…we weren’t rushing like we normally do. So, about an hour before we had to leave he started getting upset and crying. I normally attempt to console him and do everything that I can to get him calmed down and not crying. However, that day I decided maybe he just needs to cry at home and get it all out of his system? So I let him go on and on. I told him it was ok to cry at home, but when we get to school he has to stop. Did that work? Hell no. He was in major freaking melt down mode once we got to school. I was crying. He was flipping out. It was bad bad bad. I actually told his teacher I was considering taking him out of school. She urged me to take him home that day and think things over, because the truth is that he’ll have to adjust now at Pre-K or later at Kindergarten.

I could tell that he was just doing all that he could in order to get to stay home with me. As soon as he realized he was going home he stopped crying and pitching a fit.

I honestly believe he has some major anxiety issues. I know part of it is that he just can’t control his anxiety and emotions. I get that. I feel for him. It’s stressful on both of us..and sometimes I make it all about me and how it makes me feel and how emotionally draining this whole process has been on me. But I have to remember that HE is the one going to school.

So. I’ve decided to implement some changes and start reinforcing routine for the morning. I don’t know how to fix his anxiety and make all of our transition problems magically go away, but I do know that he thrives in a routine. So yeah, I’m making some changes to our morning so that it will always be the same and consistent – you know as much as I can…I can’t control everything. Unfortunately. 😉 And his dad is going to start dropping him off .. I think that not having to leave me will help.  And I’m also going to do a calendar that we’ll put stickers on everyday that reflect how that day went at drop off and give him little rewards each day when he does well.

But yeah. We shall see if that all makes a difference.

This weekend? We stayed home. Took several trips to Target. Sunday afternoon we did get out for a bit to go the Lynn Meadows Discovery Center in Gulfport. If you are local, you should definitely take your children there. Sunday afternoons are a great time to go because it’s only $6 to enter. That night I made Sangria and watched the BEST Game of Thrones episode from this entire season.

There you have it. What have you guys been up to? Anyone else have some transitioning to Pre-K stories similar to mine? If so, tell me and make me feel better by saying it all worked out in the end. 😉

Currently Obsessing and Detesting

 

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Hey hey party people … happy Friday Eve! Ashley here. 🙂 Today is kind of like my ‘Friday in theory’,  because I have a lovely three day weekend this week that starts on Friday. So yes. While you’re reading this I’m reveling in the fact that I have the next three days off.

But anywaaaay now that we’ve discussed my schedule – what are we here for today? Well, I wanted to share with you guys some products/things that  I’m obsessed with and regarding with great detest as of late. You know. Because we just love to buy shit around here. Try out things. Talk about said things. Rhonda and I do it constantly through text. I figured – why not include you all in on the loop.

Alright let’s get to it. I’m going to break it down into a few categories and list the things I’m obsessing over and detesting within each category.

BEAUTY

Obsessing –

Physician’s Formula Butter Blush in Plum Rose –  If you read my easy everyday ‘natural’  makeup tutorial blog post ,  then you got a little preview of my love for this blush. I seriously reach for this blush every single day. It just gives a natural flush to my cheeks. The formula is smooth and surprise! Buttery. 😉 It blends out really well on top of powdered and unpowdered foundation. The fact that it smells like summertime is just icing on the cake. I love it. You should go try some.

Detesting –

L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics Voluminous Lash Paradise – I saw this mascara ALLLLL over YouTube. People were saying that it was a Better Than Sex (Too Faced Mascara) dupe, and that they were basically dying for it. I’m pretty sure even Jaclyn Hill praised this mascara. Me though? Eh. I don’t really care for it. And I gave it a fair try. It’s just too clumpy and gives no volume.

MUSIC

Obsessing –

I’m having a serious Imagine Dragons moment. Specifically their Evolve Album . Some of my favorite songs are, Believer, Thunder, and Whatever It Takes.

Detesting –

So, in general I will skip past any Katy Perry or Ariana Grande song. However, lately I just cannot stand the DJ Khaled song with Rhianna  & Bryson Tiller called Wild Thoughts .

FASHION

Obsessing –

When I like something I tend to wear it over and over and over again. As of late my newest favorite clothing purchase is my basic girl Adidas shirt . I bought it in blue, but I need to order one in black as well.

Detesting –

Ok, so I got this Not Your Bae shirt from JcPenny’s not to long ago, and I do really love the shirt. BUT when I washed it the first time, according to instructions,  and the black part on the top of the shirt still bled to the white lower part. 🙁 🙁 🙁 So mad.

SKIN CARE

Obsessing –

I cannot get enough of the Milani Keep It Smooth Luxe Lip Treatment. I’m on my second tub. I use this everyday. Night and Day. It lasts a long time on my lips and seriously does keep them smooth.

Detesting –

I bought this gold mask from WalMart the other day. I cannot remember the brand and I can’t find it on their site. It was in black packaging. I still have to mention it, and if you follow our SnapChat you already know how I felt about it. It was supposed to be a sheet mask – but it was super flimsy and in two pieces. AND it made my chin break out. I will find out the brand and come back to edit this post. Just you know. Stay away from collagen boosting gold sheet masks in black packaging that cost around $2.50 from WalMart. 😉

TV

Obsessing –

I’m currently binging on Elementary. It’s my go to show when I want something to watch. And obviously, I’m tuning in to GoT weekly.

Detesting –

I mean, detest may be a strong word in this instance BUT I haven’t been loving Big Brother. I’m usually glued to it…but I just can’t get into it this season which is sad.  🙁

 

And there you have it. Short and sweet. What have you guys been obsessing over or detesting lately?

 

Week In Review: Ashley

Dang. The weeks literally are flying by. I think especially having this weekly documentation … it just puts into perspective how quickly time can seem to go by. When you know. In actuality. Time passes at the same rate.

Also. I have this thing I’ve been meaning to do. Like this big life changing thing. I keep putting it off. It requires some confrontation…and well. I hate confrontation. Not to mention. Well I did mention – but it’s life changing. So anyway. My weeks are going by quickly, because I have this thing on my to do list that I keep skipping over. And another Friday gets here and I’m like damn. I still haven’t done the thing. And it’s just really making me sad. The whole thing. The thing I have to do and me not doing it…

Ok. Sooo anyway…to the things I actually did this week. 🙂

Being real here – I sucked at taking pictures. Sorry Charlies.

Wednesday was my usual off day, and it was also the first day that Cooper would be going to all day school while I was off. It felt so weird leading up to that day. It seemed so strange to be leaving him there when I could very well take care of him. But you guys know. He’s been balking at having to go to school. So, I knew the best course of action was to keep establishing an expected routine by taking him to school and leaving him there the entire day. So, I did which ended up being really nice for Sophie and I. We didn’t have to rush home to get chores finished before time for pick up at 11:45. What did we do? Well, obviously we went by Target – then we stopped by Aunt Grace’s house to visit with her and Uncle Dejan. Soso’s had this thing since…I don’t know…almost birth – that she’s been skittish around Dejan. We’ve been working on it and she actually seems to enjoy him now. Which is a big plus. No more crying and freaking out when she’s in the same room with him! 🙂 🙂

Wednesday night was Wine Wednesday on our Facebook Page. It was a lot of fun..as usual. I did have some nasty storms rolling through that night which was messing with the internet so we had to end things a little early. You should totally go watch the video if you missed it!

Friday night I had dinner with my sister, and then just went home for an early bedtime. OH! Friday morning Cooper DID NOT cry when I dropped him off at school! That was a fantastic start to our day. All the teachers were so happy to see him not upset…I talked about the whole thing on SnapChat that afternoon…soo make sure you’re following us there too! (RAtheMOMachine) We were just having such a great morning that day, and when I pulled into the school parking lot I got a pit in my stomach with dread that he may get upset. He didn’t though! It was just really a great feeling for both of us. He literally talked about it in almost every conversation I had with him for the rest of the weekend. Hopefully this trend continues!

Saturday and Sunday were pretty lazy days. I did spend a little time at my parent’s on Saturday after I sat in WalMart for FOUR hours waiting on an oil change. Four hours. Ridiculous. Cooper stayed the night with Grammy and Ppop so Sophie and I hit up Target that evening. It’s expected right? 😉 Sunday we picked up Cooper on the way home from a quick trip to Slidell to go to Toys R Us.

That evening they were both little wild heathens due to lack of naps; therefore, we started bath/bedtime about 30 minutes earlier than normal. I watched Game of Thrones and then called it a night.

Anddd that’s my week. What were you guys up to?

Getting the Most out of Your Amazon Prime Membership

It’s no secret that we love Amazon around here, and both of us have a Prime membership that we covet. I know for me personally, a week does not go by that I’m not utilizing my Prime membership to order something from Amazon – whether it be something fun or things for my household. What exactly is Amazon Prime? You pay a monthly fee of $10.00 or a yearly fee of $99. Paying this fee gives you access to Prime Free 2-Day shipping which is typically the biggest appeal when someone is considering getting a Prime Membership. However, I’m here today to let you know ALL the things available to you as Prime Member and share some of the ways that I personally maximize my Prime Membership on a regular basis.

Alright so what exactly do you get as a Prime member?

As you can see that is an extensive list. Most of the things on the list are just outright free because you are already paying for Prime. And some of the things on that list cost a little extra BUT not as much extra if you weren’t a Prime Member. It can actually be overwhelming – so much so that you may think…I’d never use all of that. And if I’m not using all of that…is it really worth it? Yes my friend. It is so worth it. Let me show you a few of the ways that I utilize my Prime Membership in my everyday life. 🙂

Obviously I use that Prime Free 2-Day shipping when purchasing things from Amazon. Clicking the little prime filter option on the left hand side of the screen is the very first thing I do before I even consider looking at what’s available after I search for something. But I mean this is a no brainer. This quick and free shipping is probably why you’re even considering Prime in the first place. It’s for sure a giant bonus.

Sometimes. And I mean sometimes I don’t need rush shipping on something I’m buying. Did you know that you can Earn Rewards or Discounts with Free No-Rush Shipping when you have a Prime Membership? Yup. Say you’re ordering something that you don’t need right away and can wait 6-7 days for. Click the FREE No Rush Shipping Option and you’ll receive either a discount or some kind of reward!

I use Prime Music every single day. Literally. I don’t listen to the radio. You get access to tons of music for free simply because you have a Prime Membership. I used this basic access for a while. Just recently I upgraded to Amazon Music Unlimited which is just $7.99 a month, because I am already a Prime Member. This $7.99 has given me access to more current hits. There has literally not been a single song or album that I’ve searched for that was not available for me to listen to. I think an extra eight dollars a month is worth it considering I’m not having to buy music and I don’t need to supplement my listening needs through any other venue.

Prime Video has not only been something that I turn to when looking for entertainment, but it is another great source for me to find something for the kids to watch. They have a lot of TV Shows and Movies available to watch for free. Cooper went through a phase where he watched Fireman Sam every single day. And it was free because of Prime Video!

And last but certainly not least, I use Prime Photo to backup the pictures on my phone. As a prime member I have free unlimited photo storage. All you have to do is download the app and set it to automatically backup.

 

Obviously, I didn’t tell you how I use EVERY thing available to me as a Prime Member, but I just wanted to show you some of the ways that I’m using my Prime Membership on a daily/weekly basis without even thinking twice in most instances. Amazon Prime has just become a natural part of my life. It would definitely be an adjustment to all of a sudden not have it around! Anyway, I hope I shed some light on the things that you get/can get as a Prime Member.

Do you guys have a Prime Membership? What’s your favorite way to use it?

Lilly Belle Market

Almost two years ago TO THE DAY, Rhonda ordered her first order of Lilly Belle Market bows on Etsy.  They were purchased partly for Claudia, with some of them being given to Ashley at Sophie’s baby shower.  We have been in love since and the obsession is real.  We are so happy to announce that we will be representing Lilly Belle Market this fall, along with some other amazing ladies and their gals.

Glitter, felt, sequins, leather, and more – LBM seriously has what your little one needs for her wardrobe!

Be sure to follow the Instagram page for Lilly Belle Market and like them on Facebook.  You’re going to love the bows and headbands and the cute clothing items!

 

 

What We Wore Wednesday

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Welcome back to this riveting weekly installment.  Before we get to the outfits, let me remind you that we have a weekly LIVE show over on Facebook – Wine Wednesday.  Do not miss it; a giveaway is happening this week!

Rhonda –

Top: Harper Avery Boutique. Shorts: Target. Earrings: Nickel & Suede.

Tee: Target. Shorts: Target. Earrings: Nickel & Suede.

Ashley –

Shirt: Amazon Pants: Jordache High Rise Skinnies Shoes: Everlast from Kmart Earrings: N&S Signature Silver

Jacket: Burke’s Outlet [similar] Shirt: Target Merona Pants: Target Denizen Skinnies Choker: Target  (charmEarrings: N&S White Cut Outs – not on the website right now

Glasses: Friday L from Coastal Kimono: Amazon Tank Top: Target Mossimo  Leggings: Walmart Daniskan Fitted Skinnies Earrings: N&S Teal – not on the website right now

And there you have it guys! Hope you enjoyed checking out our ensembles this week. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

 

Week In Review: Ashley

Let’s see shall we?

Monday & Tuesday – We did the whole school/grandparent drop off, work, coffee, kid pick up, make dinner the kids won’t eat, play, chores, wine for mommy, bath/bedtime routine. Cooper cried every single day at drop off this week. Like. Screaming and crying. That was fun and definitely not emotionally exhausting for both of us. We survived though. Sophie seems ready to stay at school in a moment’s notice. On Wednesday I have to pry her away.. You know. While Cooper is screaming for me to stay with him.  🙁

Wednesday – Oh glorious day off in the middle of the week. I love it. Sophie and I took Cooper to school and then hit up Target. We got all of Cooper’s fall school supplies. I love school supplies shopping. Except for the hot minute that I thought I’d have to spend $30 for 300 paper plates. Thankfully, I found a 300 ct Target brand pack that was only $10.  We also went to Chick Fil A so that the kids could play and get some energy out. That afternoon they both had a doctor’s appointment. They’ve both had colds for about a month now that I can’t get rid of. However, according to Dr. Harper – they are suffering from intense allergies. So we got some medicine and I did some deep cleaning of their room to help cut down on the allergen inducing things. That night Rhonda and I went live on our Facebook Page for Wine Wednesday. Make sure you guys head over and like our page so that you won’t miss the next video! We’re hosting a giveaway for this week.

Thursday & Friday – So much sameness for Thursday. Sweet time with my babies and a job to go to. 🙂 I got a lot of great mail this week. Some new Nickel & Suede earrings arrived Thursday along with new glasses and contacts that I ordered. Inexplicably my current pair of glasses went missing Friday morning.  So the arrival of my new glasses was perfect. I may or may not be obsessed with them. I’ve taken way too many selfies in them. Oh well. Friday night I got to hang out with my Sister and her husband. We had a great dinner. It’s really nice to get to talk to the adults in my life without two little children underfoot begging you to stop talking and pay attention to them. 😉

Saturday – We hung out with Grammy and Ppop. Uncle Shane came over also. It was pretty much just a chill and relaxing day of hanging out…watching Shane wash his boat and my dad mow the whole neighborhood’s yards (ok that’s an exaggeration…just the neighbor across the street- but still…don’t you wish he was your neighbor?? I know I do!) eating delicious food cooked on the grill…and then the fun time of tearing away a very disappointed four year old who had to come home with Mommy instead of staying the night with his Ppop. That same four year old spent most of the rest of the night telling me how he wanted to go live with his Ppop, because he has a big yard and a pool and a pond and a lawn mower. You know. Unlike us. LOL

Sunday – We went to the park…came home for naps…and then just lounged the rest of the day. I ended the night with the latest Game of Thrones episode which was super great and of course ended way too soon.

What have y’all been up to?

5 Things We Learned on our Journey to Pre-K

Happy Monday! Ashley here to interrupt our regularly scheduled programming. We’re postponing our Week In Review Posts until tomorrow since today is a pretty momentous day in my household. Today is Cooper’s first official day of Pre-K. If you follow our snapchat (RAtheMOMachine) or have watched our Wine Wednesday Live Videos on our Facebook page (Rage Against The Momachine), then you have a little preview of what the journey to Pre-K has looked like for Coop – but I thought he deserved a little post of me droning on about how the time as flown … and of course a little insight into the things we had to learn along the way.

As I said today is Cooper’s first day of PreK. He’s been going to daycare/school since mid June. Half days. Today starts the real deal though. He’ll be there until I get off work at five to come pick him up. He’ll be there for naps. He’ll be there everyday learning all the necessary intellectual and practical skills that he will need to enter kindergarten. And he’s definitely not happy about it. Me? I’m pretty emotional myself.

I know moms say this all. the. time. BUT I swear when I look at him and see the little boy that he’s becoming…I cannot believe how quickly it’s all gone by. He’s the little boy I always wanted. He frustrates and tests me on a daily basis. He also makes my heart melt with those piercing eyes and the unexpected ways he can be incredibly sweet and considerate. A day does not go by that he doesn’t say to me, “Hey Mommy…know what? I love you.” So no matter how hard I try to be tough – when I’ve had to leave him (for countless mornings now) screaming for me to come back as I walk out the door of his daycare – my heart breaks. Our journey has not really been pretty. We were not prepared…I did not prepare my son like I should have. Poor guy. We can just add this to the many notches of first child problems. So what did we learn? What did we have to learn?

Prior to starting daycare/school this past June – Cooper was always watched by family. He’s spoiled. But hell. So was I and I went to daycare. The bottom line is that I was not prepared for the amount of independence he’d have to have at daycare. He sure as hell wasn’t prepared. So, I thought I’d share for all you parents out there who may have older children entering school who were previously cared for by relatives on a one on one basis the things that we had to learn. Cooper was potty trained…I thought that was enough…not so. Not so at all.

  1. We had to give up the sippy cup. Ok. Truth be told we haven’t completely gotten rid of it… BUT we did go hard core for several weeks until he mastered the regular cup. They use regular cups at school. Who knew? I should have…I just honestly didn’t think about it. To say he was devastated that he couldn’t use his sippy cup is an understatement. We survived though, and he’s pretty dang proud that he can drink out of a regular cup. 😉
  2. He had to learn how to completely undress and dress himself. People, we were NOWHERE near this skill. He could pull up his own underwear and pants…but I still did everything else for him. Why? I don’t know. I just didn’t think about it. I got him and Sophie dressed every single day. This was a major struggle and source of stress for Coop. He absolutely dreaded Wednesday water days at school which is so incredibly sad because that little boy loves being outside and he loves the water. But he had to undress himself and dress himself after the water festivities were finished. He didn’t know how to. No one told me when I registered him that he’d have to do this. I sent my baby in there with no clue. Most days he wouldn’t even get in the water because he said he wanted to stay perfect so he would be ready for pick up. Perfect as in his clothes wouldn’t be wet and wouldn’t need to be changed. Are you tearing up over there? Because I am. I can just picture him standing there watching everyone else playing..knowing that he wants to join in but won’t for fear of having to change his clothes. When water day officially ended….BOTH of us were so happy. The thing is he still dreads playing outside at school. I think it’s because he doesn’t quite trust that they won’t make him change clothes for some reason.
  3. This one is all me. I didn’t get pick up and drop off times in writing. This was such a source of annoyance and frustration for me. They let me drop him off at 7:30 for an entire month before the director called me to tell me that I was dropping him off too early. I was hot. I didn’t like the way she spoke to me and insinuated that I was knowingly bringing him early. I wasn’t. I was told that 7:30 was half day drop off. It wasn’t. 7:45 was. Maybe 15 minutes doesn’t seem like a big deal, but I have to be at work at eight. And when I registered him, one of the appeals was the 7:30 drop off time. I was also told the incorrect time for pick up. A later time. So. Lesson learned? Just get everything in writing.
  4. Nothing could prepare me for that first day of leaving him in the care of total strangers for the first time ever. He was totally fine that first week. He was excited and basically didn’t give me a second glance as he walked away to join the other kids. Me? Well that first day I got back to my car and couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t breathe and it took every bit of self control to not turn around to retrieve him. I thought to myself..”Are you literally crazy? You don’t know those people. Not really.” I’d said I would wait to call and check in on him until 10. I made it to nine. He was fine. I lived. But I can still vividly feel that feeling when I think of that day.
  5. Absolutely NOTHING could prepare me for the horrific feeling of having to leave my screaming child in the care of people who are not family as I walked out the door. The first time it happened I stayed with him for 20 minutes. I couldn’t calm him down, and I had to get to work. So one of the teachers distracted him while I slipped out of the room. Then I broke down. While still in the daycare. In front of another teacher and parent. They called me about ten minutes after I left to let me know he was fine. It’s heart wrenching…but we make it through. I say make – because that hasn’t ended. He screamed every single morning last week.

Watching your babies grow up is a beautiful thing. It makes me so happy and is one of my most favorite parts of being  a parent. Being there first hand to watch their little minds grow. To witness the development of their personalities, character, and traits. I treasure this front row seat. I am so lucky to have my babies. I am so privileged to have a role in their lives. To be their mom. But god. Putting my four year old in daycare has been one of the hardest things we’ve done. I’d have asked a shit ton more questions. I’d have waited a couple weeks and prepared Cooper for some of the things he needed to know how to do. I’d have tried to prepare myself. But we can’t go back. All I can do is share my experience…and well. Hope that the crying at drop off stops soon.

 

Easy Everyday “Natural” Makeup Look

Heeeeey you guys! So great to see you around here. 🙂 Today I wanted to share with you my go-to makeup look for the everyday. It’s my version of a “natural” look that is quick and easy. And just to preface this with a disclaimer…I said quick and easy – NOT minimal product or tools involved. That’s a challenge for another day. 😉 Ok! To the makeup look…

For my shadow I just used the two bronzer shades from this Physcian’s Formula Palette. I put the redish/orange one in my crease and the cool brown all over my lid. Easy Peasy peeps:

Alright, so next – when I am doing minimal makeup color correcting out all that redness on my skin is super important:

Now that I cancelled out all the redness on my face, I need to color correct those under eyes. I wipe off the fall out from my shadow application and apply my Pixie Pink CC:

All the color correcting is finished – now it’s time to put on some Tarte Shape Tape. I also added a little bit of the NYX Lavender HD Studio Concealer to further brighten my under eye. Apply – then blend it all out with your damp beauty sponge:

Ok – on to the finishing touches. I apply brown liner to my water line and tight line along my upper lashes. I smudge that bottom liner out with a small brush. After liner, I apply mascara to my top and bottom lashes:

The cheeks! My favorite part. I went back to that same Physcician’s Formula Bronzer Pallette and applied the cool tone brown to the hallow of my cheeks. I put some Colourpop SS highlight along the top of my cheek bones. Last, I put blush on my cheeks. Blend Blend Blend people. That is the key:

And now, last but certainly not least….brows and lip:

And there you have it guys! Quick and easy …right? 😉  If you are curious about the products and/or tools I used I’m including a pictures of them here:

You can use whatever you have on hand though. The point of this was to show you that you don’t really need these specific products or tools to create this easy look. Whenever I watch a makeup tutorial I think about the things I already have and pull from different palettes to put together what I just watched…or read. 😉

If you have any questions…drop me a comment and I will get back to you!

 

 

 

 

What We Wore Wednesday

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Hey hey you guys! Welcome back to another weekly installment of What We Wore Wednesday. On Wednesdays we bare it all, and show you what we’ve been pulling out of the closet over the past week. Let’s get to it shall we?

Ashley –

Soooo I wore some new things this past week. I also not enough pictures…but you know. Some weeks are like that. 🙂

Cardigan: Leopad..was a gift [similar] Shirt: Navy Peplum from Addition Elle Pants: Jordache High Rise Skinnies Shoes: Blush Gladiator Sandals from Old Navy Earrings: N&S Rose Gold  

Shirt: Kohl’s Pants: Camo Skinnies from Target Shoes: Local Boutique Earrings: N&S Black

Shirt: JCPenny’s  To be honest…I took this picture late late in the evening that day…I didn’t have my earrings on anymore much less pants. I had to show this shirt though. It’s my new fave.

Rhonda –

Y’all know I had a hellacious week, so it’s not surprising that I didn’t come up with many outfits.  However, my outfit pic game is about to improve as we move into a house with great natural light!  Can’t wait for that.

Tank: Target. Shorts: Target. Sandals: Old Navy [similar]. Earrings: Nickel & Suede.

Dress: Target. Shoes: Old Navy [sandals]. Earrings: Nickel & Suede.

Tee: Target. Shorts: Old Navy. Swim top: Target.

Dress: Amazon. Shoes: Jessica Simpson. Earrings: Nickel & Suede. Sunnies: Sojos.