Washington, DC


Love That Bump Lemonade

I've been craving citrus all winter long, and I was happy to stumble across this healthier recipe for fresh lemonade, just in time for spring...

Love That Bump Lemonade
Makes eight 8-ounce servings

8 ounces fresh lemon juice (about 5 lemons)
½ cup clover honey
64 ounces of cold water (8 cups)
Mint sprigs

1. After you’ve juiced all the lemons, set them aside. Place the honey in a heatproof container, and microwave it for 30 seconds. It should be nice and liquidy. If not, put it back in for another 10 seconds (don’t do it for a full minute, or else it will get scalding hot).
2. Whisk the warm honey into the lemon juice. At this point, you can use the honey-lemon mixture as a concentrate, making a serving at a time and keeping the rest in a covered container in the fridge. Add ¼ cup of the concentrate to either cold water and ice for lemonade or sparkling water for a nice twist.



Washington, DC


Nesting, literally

Our baby girl (gasp, did I tell you we were having a little girl?! Think monogrammed bloomers and smocked dress, oh my!) already has a better art collection than we do. We'll be hanging this beautiful (and not pink) piece by the fabulously talented Kendall Walser Cox above her crib. Now we just need to get her a crib!


Nesting, part one

Some things I'm loving for the bébé...

Hot air balloon decals:

Peacock area rug:

Gotland sheepskin for tummy time:

mocs! Wish these came in adult sizes...

(photos courtesy of Artfire, Urban Outfitters, Huset and Freshly Picked)