There was a big swell last week, and well, it kind of changed the entire dynamic of parts of the beach where I take Kili for her beach runs. In certain areas, sand was replaced
Love your belly. No matter what it looks like, or what’s in it. So, fun fact: Each week our baby is approximately the size of a type of produce. It’s now the size of a
Weekend to do’s: Sunnin’ my buns and flashin’ some calf.
Sand and small shells tend to inspire some deep thoughts. My mind is often weird like that.
I understand that some people don’t like being sandy. But I must admit, I am not one of those people. I absolutely love being slathered in the stuff. Maybe it’s because I am a messy
X marks the spot…of where the really cool one piece is. Onesie by Peixoto. It also comes in black if neon isn’t your slice of lycra.
I don’t really like to blend in, unless it’s with some sand. Maybe that’s why I’m comfiest on the beach when I’m rolling around in it. …and I know that’s why I am still picking it
No, I didn’t eat the sand. I just cuddled with it for a while. Back to my salty & sandy in Hawaii self…and loving it.
Sand hand lettering. One of life’s greatest art forms. In my opinion. La vie est belle. Indeed.
It’s true. Very true. Trust me. I just got my first Acacia one piece (Hint: there are a bunch on sale here). Yup. The stuff is rather addicting.
This week’s forecast: Sandy with a good chance of more sand. a.wattz bracelet.
Sand shadow selfies. Say it five times really fast.
I am back in Hawaii for a few days, and have made a discovery on the Big Island that I’m rather obsessed with. Salt and pepper sand. Lub Dub. Bracelets by Pearl. Love Hardcouture and
If I put my wrist to my ear, I could probably hear the ocean. Bangles & wrap bracelet by Bella Beach Jewels.
The new DVF Loves Roxy collection gets a sand shaka…with a really long thumb. Crossover top + Binded Surfer bottoms