Happy Friday! I’m happy to see this week come to an end because I’ve been fighting off a cold all week. My Doctor {and Dr husband, ha!} tell me that baby is fine & it’s just me that’s sick but it still breaks my heart even thinking that the little one can hear me coughing 🙁 I’m so glad I’m nearing the end of it.

Weekend plans include relaxing {my mom sent me this herbal “warmth and energy” bath mix that’s so lovely!} and working on Baby H’s nursery. Now that we are 3 months away the “nesting” is real.

We were so lucky to receive such amazing gifts at the baby shower last weekend and I really want to organize everything. I ordered a changing table dresser the other week from Wayfair and this weekend is THE weekend that lucky Richard gets to put it together. Just what he wants to do when he’s off work 😉 I looked at the assembly instructions after I ordered it #whoops Thank god he’s an Eagle Scout #literallyonemillionpieces

I also ordered this hot air balloon wallpaper {as seen below} months ago and I’m going to attempt to mount and frame 3 large pieces of it for Baby H’s little nursery. I’m planning to use wallpaper paste to mount the wallpaper on foam board before putting them in the large frames. Wish me luck!

Our rug came as well {one of our baby shower gifts!} so everything should come together in the next couple weeks 🙂

Alright enough baby rambling for the day… I came across this adorable and super affordable brand called Socialite from Nordstrom and love the flowy options for my growing belly. Also perfect for anyone looking for some comfy & cute dresses and tops. A few of my favs below!

Ruffle Cold Shoulder Dress in Black and Ruby // $25 here

Cold Shoulder Dress // $45 here

High Neck Dress in tons of color options // $34 here

Lace Up Tee // $32 here

Pocket Tank Dress // $34 here

V neck tee // $35 here

Have a great weekend!! xx


  1. Just a heads up- some foam board comes in with a sticky back- it may be better than using the paste because the paste may cause the boards to warp and buckle.

    • Thanks for the tip!! We had actually already started the project when I read this. We were lucky that the boards didn’t warp, phew! 🙂 xo

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