Monday, August 4, 2014

A Few Good Links...

Seven week ultrasound
 I used to like to make weekly link posts on an old blog. Even though it's fun to share the things I found interesting throughout the week, this time around I decided just to share them every now and again to make sure the links I share are the ones I'm really interested in sharing.

Hoping to get my hands on this book soon.
I've been scouring Pinterest for family maternity shoots since I'll be ready for them at Christmas. I really love this, this, and this! (Also, these tips for maternity shoot outfits)
Lots of toddler food ideas on one of my favorite healthy eating blogs
Checking out North Shore, Hawaii with a kiddo
The cutest little Star Wars cloth diapers on Etsy... one, two and three
Lots of ideas for turning a simple cardboard box into a toy... great for us since, well, we've got a whole lot of them right now!
My vacation rental wishlist on airbnb... using this link gives both you and me a referral credit on our accounts! Happy travels!

Have a wonderful day!

*I used Amazon Affiliates links for some of these links. I’ll be using Affiliates links often here because eventually the some-odd cents I make from a “sale” adds up to be enough for a gallon of gas. Every penny counts, right?


  1. I've missed these link lists! You always find the greatest stuff. I'm going to bookmark that healthy eating site for later (when I have kids, though I won't lie a lot of those foods I'm tempted to just make for myself! ha they look way good) and definitely bookmarking that box-into-a-toy link too. Funny that North Shore post was pretty much my exact trip this summer, we did all those things! And it was great, I definitely can attest to it making up a great Hawaii trip.

    1. Why, thank you! Next time there will even be a few sewing links, although probably far below your skill level!! =]
      I pretty much always eat toddler food lunches ha ha... I like those simple finger foods!
      That sounds lovely... I am so curious about Hawaii! My dad actually lived there for a short time as a kid and I really love all of my grandmother's stories that start with "When we were living in Hawaii..."