Can you believe it? We are officially moved in and 99% unpacked!!! It’s a miracle! Seriously. Moving is no joke, add not having a place to be settled in, add having two kids, add everyone being sick at one moment during that time period equals extreme exhaustion and stress…to the max! But sigh…we are in! We are totally obsessed with our home and hopefully I’ll be able to share it with you soon. I was able to truly add touches that make it a home that works for our family such as a special shoe closet (no shoes enter any…

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Hey babies, I feel like it’s been an eternity since I’ve last visited you on this platform. We have been in the middle of whirlwind and chaos…sounds fun, right? We bought a home back in October and began renovations on it in November. We thought we’d be able to move in by March, then by April, and now we are hopeful we can move in by May 1st… And we had to move out of our old place on April 1st because it got rented so we’ve since been living out of multiple suitcases, with two small children, one dog,…

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  Spring has sprung…or as we say in Miami, summer is here! Seriously, the temps are in the 80’s and the humidity is wrecking havoc on hair all over the city. But I’m not complaining…that much. There’s something so Miami about this weather. I mean, I love a cold front and who doesn’t adore their hair when the air is dry, but these temps now are perfect for beach afternoons, sunset drinks at The Standard, strolling around Lincoln Road, grabbing sushi at Pubbelly Sushi’s patio…these temps are as Miami should be. Now is the time to bare shoulders, get some…

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  I never intended to be a “super” breastfeeding mama in regards to the length of time my children would nurse. Truth be told, it was a very rocky road at first. I remember crying to fellow bloggers at an event 10 days after Mia was born and telling them I couldn’t do it. It was too hard. I hated it. My friends, fellow moms, comforted me and told me that it was okay to not nurse, to give her formula, that it would all be alright. And they were right. Either decision would have been alright and Mia would…

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  After Mia, I didn’t have to do too much to lose the baby weight. It kind of came off naturally, slowly, but surely. I added a couple workouts here and there but I don’t remember being crazy fit or working out everyday. Nonetheless, I went back to my size 4 in about 9 months time and maybe even a size 2 after a year out. Well, my second pregnancy was a little different and I got postpartum preeclampsia after my son was born. I wasn’t able to get the “green light” to workout until 5 months postpartum and by…

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