- Hello! I'm Ashlee - a writer, photographer, and soon-to-be mom of two. This is where I blog about marriage, motherhood, friendship, and faith. Welcome!
- how to support the bloggers you love.
- what i’ve learned after a decade of loving him.
- on marriage, parenting, and feeling invisible.
- living room therapy.
- a year of date nights.
- dear aspiring writer.
- the not-so-terrible twos.
- didi and the milky way tradition.
- friendships worth fighting for.
- the fine line.
- our love story.
- the night before you were born.
- when you stop keeping score.
- the story behind our new ikea dresser.
- an ode to our first little house.
- my journey from extrovert to introvert.
- girl crush.
- the messier the house, the better the friendship.
Author Archives: Ashlee
It started with potty training. (It always starts with potty training, yes?) We began on a Monday, planning to take full advantage of the rainy weather. Our house was stocked: juice boxes, salty snacks, tons of fiber, and two brand … Continue reading
“So, what was the hardest part of going from one kid to two kids?” A bunch of us were lounging in Christina’s living room, drinking champagne and eating popcorn while Mean Girls played in the background. Lee was sitting on … Continue reading
1. Have you heard of Voxer? My friend Lesley confessed to me a while back that she loves to leave people long voicemail messages. Huh? I HATE leaving voicemails…..or so I thought. As it turns out, leaving long voicemails via Voxer … Continue reading
Something he wants: IKEA baby gym, wooden helicopter, natural teething/grasping toy, baby’s first blocks Something he needs: crane humidifier, stroller blanket, bandana bibs, gum massagers Something he wears: elbow patch tee, cozy leggings, striped one-piece, fox hat, crib shoes Something … Continue reading
Birth announcements, man. I just…..love them. We used this design from Tiny Prints and I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out. I contemplated sending one birth announcement/Christmas card hybrid this year, but the over-achieving mom in me really needed for … Continue reading