Stilettos and Diapers: September 2014

9.30.2014

Disney Style with Ame & Lulu {Fashion}

I participated in an Influencer Activation Program on behalf of Influence Central for Ame & Lulu. I received product samples to facilitate my review. 

We are in Disney World! We got here on Saturday and will be here for the rest of the week. I'm still not sure how they bottle so much magic up in this place. We're having the best time! Outside of the friziest, humidity hair in all of life, of course. It's been hot and we've probably walked 5, 6 or 27 miles a day, so I'm hoping all the dessert I'm eating isn't catching up with me. I love that I'm getting to wear a few more summer favorites, too. It's nowhere near cool in Florida! 
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I'm loving my new Easy Tote from Ame & Lulu. It's holding everything on this trip, from diapers and wipes, to my camera, phone and wallet. The little bags that coordinate with it are great for lip gloss, cash and the magic band that Callan keeps pulling off of his arm! I love the bags pattern and picked it because I never buy any girly print bags that I use as a diaper bag. Well, I'm the one who's carrying it, so pink it was! 
Stilettos and Diapers: Theme park style with Ame & Lulu Stilettos and Diapers: Theme park style with Ame & Lulu
Top | Shorts | Bag | Shoes: Shoe Carnival, available here 

We've had our challenging moments with a certain 2 year old on this trip. Proof that nap time is still nothing less than necessary!  The majority of this trip has been amazing, though. I know Cooper will probably remember the trip and Callan won't, but I don't regret doing this before they can both remember it. Cal's little face when he met Mickey live and in person? Priceless! He can't stop talking about him! And both of the boys favorite ride so far is Splash Mountain. They're brave ones! Callan could possibly be the only 2 year old big enough to ride that ride. 

I'll be posting more about our trip at some point. We've been coming back exhausted every day and we all went to bed at 8:30 last night. I'm such a parent! 

9.29.2014

Gimmes: Plaids

I can't decide if plaid makes me feel like a farmer, someone who should be living in the woods somewhere, or someone uber fashionable, but I like it! The big, bold red and black buffalo plaid requires some confidence, I think, but there are lots of plaids that will keep you right on trend without being too adventurous. 
Would you wear any of these plaids this fall? Make sure you check out those Steve Madden flats, especially. They're 71% off and will live in my closet in 5-7 business days. Hehe. 

While you're at it, check out this post for some fall makeup inspiration! 

9.24.2014

Gimmes: Target BOGO

Y'all know I love clothes and shopping. And more clothes and more shopping. Most of you probably also know, that I happen to be somewhat cheap. I like to refer to it as frugal, but it's usually worse when it comes to buying things for myself. I don't like to spend lots of money on clothes that I'm going to feel guilty about not wearing for 3 or 4 seasons. I may shuck out more on a great pair of jeans or a classic pump, but when it comes to trends, it's all budget friendly. My go to places are Forever 21, H&M and Target. Usually, the latter, because I'm already there getting groceries, I can frequently scan the sale racks, they have a Starbucks, don't frown upon kids eating in the carts and I don't have to go to the mall. WIN

Even better, is Target has fab coupons online and on their Cartwheel app and they have big sales. Like the one I came to tell you about: BOGO 50% off clothing, shoes and accessories this week! It's a great time to stock up for fall trends, accessories and staple items. The sale includes pieces for the whole family, but I wanted to show you some of the things I want in my closet:

Good stuff, right? All under $40 and all BOGO 50% off! And if you're feeling the floppy hat trend that is everywhere right now, Target has a black, tan and burgundy option that are all great! I want to go try them on in the store before I buy online. I'm not sure I can pull them off! 

Where are your favorite places to shop for good deals? Does the majority of your closet get purchased via red cart, too?!

Check out this post to see my step by step makeup look with Mary Kay!

9.23.2014

Fall Comfort {Fashion}

Congrats to Erin (volley 2301) for winning last week's giveaway from Evelyn's Shoppe! Don't worry if you didn't win, though. You can use the code EVELYNSSHOPPE20 for 20% off your entire purchase today only! 


Today's look is perfect for our recent crispy weather, which has been quite nice. I didn't think I was really ready for fall, but you can't beat a cool night without those pesky summer bugs. This outfit could probably be called slob chic. It's a bit of a momiform without being too yoga pants and tennis shoes. I was itching to wear these new boots and this comfy get-up was perfect for my crazy week. 
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Cardigan | Boots c/o | Skinnies: old, similar | Bracelet | Necklace c/o
Last week ended with landscapers, who were fixing some drainage issues in our yard, cutting our internet/cable/phone lines. 2 days without that stuff made me realize just how dependent I am on my technology! Cooper also came down with bilateral pink eye, which kept us in our cable and internet-less house Thursday and Friday. My back had been hurting me a ton over the weekend and I now find myself on a heating pad and not being able to move much. I finally caved and called my back surgeon for some cortisone shots. Hopefully after I get them today, I'll be on the med to start packing for our trip to Florida later this week! 

Have you seen mine and Cooper's little commercial? Check it out along with ways to keep healthy while your busy!

9.17.2014

I'm Ready to Make Magic

Several months ago, this was on the Huffington Post titled "I'm done making my kids childhood magical". It's a great, thought provoking post about the excessive ways we are trying to keep our kids happy. Back when I read it, I had all these thoughts about the need to scale back. To stop "trying" so hard. I have thought about that post several times over the past few months and with the start of school, have formed some of my own conclusions. 

I actually want my kids childhood to be magical. I know it will be, simply because they're children without worry. But, why not make it more so, if I can? Why not take an extra 2 minutes and stick the contents of my child's lunch into several easter eggs? Why not go over the top with decorating for his birthday party, if that's something I love doing? Why not take them to Disney World to see that amazement in his 6 year old eyes, wether he'll remember it or not? 

I know that with the evolution of social media and Pinterest, it's so very easy to get caught up in the race of motherhood. But, I've also seen so many post and pictures that just make me happy. That make me be able to do simple things to make my child smile. 

If I did none of them, would my children's childhood be void of magic? No. Not at all. 

But if I am able to do them, will they always look back on their childhood with fond memories of little things that show my love? I sure hope so.

Our parents sent us straight outside to play alone, where we could let our imaginations run wild. I can't do that. My children are growing up in a different world than I did. A world that has it's positives and negatives. Do I make them go to the play room alone and take breaks from electronics? You better believe it. But you also better believe that I'm taking advantage of Mr. Pencil teaching my 2 year old to write his letters on the iPad. 

I started thinking about what if these same "non magical" rules were applied to our lives as parents? That I should simply enjoy the magic of life instead of trying to create it? What if I was told there should be no DVR watching while ironing, that I should go back to only using cookbooks instead of the internet, or that sitting on my back porch is just as unicorn glitter as a balcony in Maui? 

Why should we ignore the inspiration of others and the advancement of the times simply to avoid going overboard? 

I think there's a happy balance between adding a little extra to life and stressing yourself out. Do I think it's too much to go completely over the top for birthdays and a couple holidays every year? Nope. I won't be creating "pin worthy" lunches on a daily basis, but if I see a quick idea for making a plain old Monday lunch more fun, I'm probably going to do it. And if I have a good idea that I think you'll like, I'm going to share it. 

We don't have to create magic for our children, but I'm choosing to.

Making Childhood Magical

9.16.2014

Keeping Healthy When Your Schedule Isn't.


How is your family getting back into the school routine? I know around here, I love the routine that school brings. There is no lounging in pajamas all day, no "whoops, I forgot lunch" and no question about who is to be where when. Granted, I love summer. I love the lazy days and afternoons by the pool. I just am not that productive. Like at all. 

I also think it's harder to get my kids all the components they need. From exercise, to healthy foods, it's all a little thrown off when we're just going with the flow. I could be having a cup of coffee on the playroom floor and before I barely blink, it's nap time. We didn't get outside, or get dressed. I know when Cooper is in school, he's on the playground, going to gym and eating the healthy lunch I packed at the unreasonable hour of 6am.

In the midst of all the summer travel, we haven't been that awesome about our eating, either. Options are limited and I can't whip up the picnic that is a guaranteed way to get my kids eating veggie sticks. One healthy step we haven't been missing, is taking vitamins. My kids get up and ask for them. My boys love L'il Critters™ Gummy Vites Complete. They taste great!



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I also have been taking the vitafusion™ MultiVites PLUS Hair, Skin & Nails Support*. I have a horrific gag reflex and getting a gummy down is actually enjoyable instead of sheer torture!
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L'il Critters and Vitafusion both make nutrition taste good by combining the power of vitamins with a great tasting gummy. I love that there are no hard to swallow tablets or capsules, no water needed and no complaints...and that's from me and the kids! vitafusion™ has several different varieties of vitamins, minerals and other dietary supplements to meet your health needs through every stage of life. They're all made with natural flavors and made in the USA. 

I'm excited to be getting back on track with our schedule, but am really happy with the fact that even when our eating and exercise wasn't stellar this summer, our vitamins were!

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9.15.2014

Fall Wardrobe Basics {Fashion}

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I really love fall layers, cozy knits and the straight up comfort that comes with cooler weather wear. While we've only had glimpses of crisp in the air here, I'm beginning to embrace the fact that summer is coming to a close.

The thing I look for most in a fall wardrobe is comfort. I want to be able to snuggle up on the couch with my babies before school, look dressed up for errands and play dates and be ready to go out to dinner or hang out at home for the night. While pajamas are good for a couple of these things, life in pajamas, even for a stay at home mom, is no option. Ever make the decision to go to school drop off in those PJs? Yep. The only day something goes wrong and you have to get out of the car. Don't do it, y'all. Trust me. 

This kind of outfit looks way better, and is just as comfortable. 
Easy, fall style with J Jill - www.stilettosanddiapers.com  
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I love to layer basics with a pop of color. I paired an old button down with a new tunic from J. Jill's fall Ponte collection. The whole line is made with a rayon, nylon and spandex blend, making them more durable, while still machine washable. This lightweight tunic is so soft, doesn't wrinkle and would be perfection for travel! It is loose-fitting, but has that A-line cut that is flattering on any body shape. 
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Let's take a sec to talk about these leggings. There hasn't been a fall gone by that the hubs didn't give me a hard time for my "see through" leggings. It's true, though. Most leggings I've bought are thin to start with, and then get thinner as they're worn. These leggings are also part of the Ponte collection from J. Jill. They have small side zip pockets, the coverage of pants and all the comfort of leggings. Oh, and the hubs approves!
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9.12.2014

Tips for Cruising with Children

After getting back from our Carnival Cruise last month, several of you asked for tips on cruising with kids. This second cruise was as smooth as butta and I have some tricks that I think will help you on your next family vacay on the ocean! Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com

1. Tips for booking:

Get a balcony room. This is probably my number one tip for cruising with kids. It is so nice to sit on the balcony after your kids are sleeping, especially if you have younger kids with early bedtimes. We put the boys to bed and would sit and drink a glass of wine together at night. It was perfect for nap time as well. One of us would go out with our older son, while one could sit on the balcony and read during the baby's nap. It also just gives you a lot more space, the ability to get some fresh air and a nice little snacking spot. 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com

Early dining. There is normally a choice of dining times. Carnival offers early, late, or on your own time. We request early dining, so you aren't keeping your children out too late, or waiting in a line to eat, if you choose to come as you please. 

2. Tips for packing: these are things that are easy to forget that I highly recommend you bring:

Power strip: for camera batteries, phones, iPads, etc
Medication: I put medication in sandwich bags by type, then into a large ziplock bag. Don't forget medication for motion sickness, upset stomachs, allergies and pain killers for both you and your children. 
Water: most cruise lines allow a certain amount of bottled water. While the ship's water is fine to drink, it's nice to have bottles to take off the boat with you.
Notebooks and crayons: a blank sketch pad and a baggie of crayons for each child will help during meals and in lines. 
Laundry bag: You have to be organized in a small room, so keeping dirty laundry off the floor is a must!
Swim shoes: If your children aren't used to being in the water frequently, they can get blisters easily from the pools and ocean. Mine wear swim shoes and then it's even easier to make the trek from pool to lunch, then room. 
Bug Spray. Some of the ports can be buggy, especially if you're there at night. I kept the bug spray in my diaper bag so I always had it when we left the ship. 

Ziplock bag kids clothes. Before you go thinking this is a giant waste of ziplocks, hear me out. On a cruise, you will want to unpack your suitcases into the closets and drawers, so that you don't have suitcases taking up your space. If you put stacks of clothing into the closets, they're bound fall over as you search for the matching top to that bottom, it's easier to lose things and it will just be a general mess. I put matching top and bottom, along with underwear and socks in a bag and squeeze all the air out before packing. It is so simple to pull out a bag and hand it to the boys to get dressed. Also, your husband will have no excuse for "not knowing what to put on the kids" and has to help. Hehe. 

Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com

Bring an umbrella stroller. Last year, we had our full travel system stroller, which was perfect for naps on the beach and awful for fitting through the room door. If your 2 year old is anything like mine, he will be angry at the idea of going to the room for nap or bed and will be screaming as you approach the door. Last thing you want to be doing is taking him out and folding up the stroller to get in. We now have this Maxi Cosi stroller, which is small like an umbrella, but reclines like a travel system. It fit through the doors perfectly and carried lots and lots of kid essentials from the room to the pool, ports, shows and more. 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com

3. Tips while sailing:

Keep your schedule. Nothing is worse than a sleepless baby away from home. Seriously. Try to maintain their schedule as much as possible! 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com


Rotate during naps. Just because you want to keep a schedule, doesn't mean the whole family is going to be bored for 3 hours at nap time. This is a great chance for one on one time with older kids, quiet time on your balcony, or a rare opportunity to hit up the adults only serenity areas!

Get out early. One of my favorite times of the day was the morning. Because we did keep to somewhat of a schedule, our kids were getting up within an hour of their normal time. The pools are way less crowded in the morning, as most people are still sleeping off the hangover from the night before. 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com
Utilize kids programs. Day 1, we went to Camp Carnival and got a schedule. They have everything listed from activities, to meals for each age group. We went through with the kids and circled the things they wanted to do, so we had a plan and didn't miss anything. They especially loved the evening activities, which usually included a craft, movie time and snack. That allowed us a couple hours after dinner each night, just adults! Making it even better? The childcare until 10pm is free at Camp Carnival! I loved the camp on the Breeze and felt very comfortable leaving my kids there. (Which is HUGE for me)
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com
Both of my boys made friends and have asked about the kids specifically since we got home. So fun! 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com


4. Tips for dining:

Dinner. This was the one of the most challenging  parts of the cruise. Asking children to sit for any length of time is difficult, much less having to keep quiet voices and eat all your food if you want dessert. We relied on electronics with movies that we loaded before the trip and blank notebooks with little baggies of crayons. This kept them pretty occupied. Also? Order a cocktail, ASAP. 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com

Room Service. Room service was a godsend for us on a couple occasions. You can order it for breakfast, so the kids are buys while you're getting ready. We ordered it for lunch once, when we stayed at the pool a little too late and the boys started melting down. We also ordered it after we came in from a port and still had a couple hours before dinner. A couple sandwiches split between us was perfect to hold us over. Room service is free on Carnival cruises, you just need to give a tip. 

Sea Day Breakfast. It does get busy in the main buffet areas at peak meal times. Carnival has breakfast in the dining room where you eat dinner on the days that you aren't at a port. It was nice to sit and order food, instead of carrying the trays and kids through the crowds.
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com


5. Tips for the ports:

Packing. If you plan to be out the whole time at the port, pack accordingly! I let the boys grab a box of cereal and another kind of snack at the breakfast buffet to bring off the ship with us. We even brought sandwiches one day that we didn't disembark until noon. Make sure you bring those water bottles, a change of clothes (just in case!), diapers, wipes and hand sanitizer. Oh, and don't forget your camera! 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com
Excursions. The excursions we did were amazing. You do have a limited selection if you have young children, though. If you are going to places that have beaches, maybe think about bringing some sand toys and just spending the day relaxing. We also did some type of tour of the island at every port. All were child friendly and stopped frequently, giving them a break. We didn't have a hard time finding something at every port we've been to. 

I think that cruising is a great family vacation. There is something for everyone to do, together and individually. There are family friendly shows and shows you can see while your kids are in their age appropriate programs. With pools, food, music, games, casinos and so much more, there's no limit to the entertainment! 
Tips for Cruising with children: what to book, pack, eat and more! www.stilettosanddiapers.com If you have specific questions about cruising or the Carnival Breeze we were on, ask away! 

9.11.2014

Light Layers {Fashion} (and a giveaway!)

I'm dressed a teeny tiny bit like fall! This week, we got a small taste of cooler weather...then by noon it was blazing again. 
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Jeans | Tee | Scarf c/o | Booties (Rheanne)  c/o | Bag c/o | Sunnies, color sold out, similar here 

I wore this outfit while traveling to Chicago a couple weeks ago. It was perfect for the weather there and while we went up to Michigan, but I knew it would be a while before I could wear it here. At least I got a few hours in this week, before I had to change the jeans into cutoffs. 

I got this scarf from Evelyn's Shoppe and it's the coziest! I love that it's light enough to wear when it isn't quite fall, yet gives me the fall feeling that people up north are already getting to enjoy. All the items from the shop are handmade. There are these infinity scarves, as well as baby bibs and adorable headbands. You can enter to win your very own infinity scarf, in the pattern of your choice! Simply use the widget below!  

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9.10.2014

Fall Gimmes {Fashion}

It's getting a little cooler in the mornings here and although our pool is open until October, it's a ghost town. This could be a short lived streak and we could be back to 95 next week, but this is just enough to get me at least shopping for fall goodies! I'm loving the loose fitted ponchos, flowing kimonos and all the pants with elastic waists. All of which fit perfectly with fall eating. Give me all the pumpkin things! 
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9.08.2014

Priorities of Motherhood


Motherhood has a funny way of making us put everyone in the world a priority over ourselves. This shows in how we quickly eat (usually our kids' leftovers and usually while standing), how our showers are often a group event and and how we shop for everyone else new necessities, but not ourselves. 



I've talked before about the unmentionables in my drawers and how ridiculous some of the undies are that I was wearing years and years later. I've since done some cleaning in that department, but still have other areas to hit. One in particular? The bra drawer. 



Let's face it. Our bras get worked to death. Pregnancy, nursing, weight loss and gain...our bras don't stand a chance. If you're like me, you have a drawer full of bras. There's a huge size range, most of which look like they've been worn for 15 years. (Or maybe they have been.) The bottom line? We need to go shopping.


For 100 years, Vanity Fair® has created bras that give support, lift and a little bit of luxury. Sounds like just what a mom needs, right? They offer feminine and beautiful lingerie in styles that are on trend. Yes, you read that right. Trend. Meaning our bras should change as the trends do. Their bras have minimalistic prints, making them perfect for everyday wear. The price point is also one that allows for bras to be purchased on a regular (needed) basis. And all the husbands rejoice! 
Vanity Fair® has recently launched the Women Who Do campaign. It's dedicated to praising and celebrating everyday triumphs of women everywhere. A lot of those triumphs are the things that cause that bra to not fit quite right anymore! They hope to spark a movement that inspires women to support each other. They've also teamed up with Dress for Success to promote independence of disadvantaged women, also helping them replenish their lingerie in preparation for the workforce. 

In July, Vanity Fair® and Dress for Success kicked off a national #LiftTOUR. A bus will travel across the country, conducting bra fittings and finding a perfect fit for each woman. For every woman that comes to the bus for a fitting, Vanity Fair® will donate a brand-new bra to a local Dress for Success affiliate. Check here to see if they are coming to a city near you, so you can take part in this wonderful way to give back. 

It's inspiring to me when I see large companies taking steps to better our country and I love how Vanity Fair® is doing it! Who inspires you? Tell me in the comments for a chance to win a $100 Visa Gift Card to spruce up your bra drawer! 

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9.05.2014

What Molly Wore: Summer Style

It's another edition of #whatmollywore on Instagram! Seriously, it's my favorite waste of time way to be on social media. I love seeing everyone pictures and I'm totally obsessed with everyone's pictures from Fashion Week right now! Anyhoo, this is what I've been wearing this summer!
Romper (25% off through tomorrow using code STILETTOS)| Bracelets | Wedges

Shopping day:
Romper: F21, similar | Heels | Necklace: Old

Old clothes from the back of your closet that you find you still love:
Dress: Old!

July 4th in New York:
Shorts | Shoes | Shirt: very similar here and here | Sunnies

Date night:
HeelsJeans | Top | Necklace: Old | Bag: Phillip Lim for Target (original version)

Another weekend on the lake:
Suit and cover up: Target, sold out online. Check your stores, though, because mine has the cover up on crazy clearance now! 

Grocery run:
Jeans | Tee: super old | Shoes

Keith Urban concert:
Dress (on sale for $9!!!!) | Boots

Tomorrow is Cooper's first football game! I am so excited about being a football mom. He's already talking about boy scouts and fall basketball, though. How do you do this when more than one kid is in sports?! 

Happy Friday, y'all! 
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