We're moving! ...somewhere.

Whelp, looks like we are going to be moving soon. And it may be a cross country move. Lee has been looking at other positions for a while, and now with the baby on the way, it's time to make it happen. We are hoping to be in a position that will allow me to stay home for a couple of years with the baby.

He is currently interviewing for two positions, one on the West Coast and one on the East. One is in a really cool and beautiful location, and the other is really close to our parents (I would love for my babies to grow up close to their grandparents). He's already had an interview for one, and has an interview with the other this week. It's nuts that we have no idea where we will be living when we have this baby.

The thought of moving and starting over both intimidates and thrills me. We moved to Nashville two and a half years ago. We had visited once briefly, when we came for one night for his interview. We knew no one and nothing about the city. It was an amazing experience. It strengthened our relationship, and pushed us both to grow as individuals.

I am also fond of the idea of starting over with a new house. I really like our current house, but it will be fun to start from scratch with a new one, now that I've had some time to find my personal style. My taste is a bit traditional. I like dark antique furniture with books, pottery, and a plethora of houseplants. I do bright statement walls like yellow and turquoise to offset the darker furniture.

Mr. Kate almost makes me want to just give it all up and go for the fun, quirky look. I am loving what she did with her new dining room in the video below.

Does your house have a distinct style?


Knocked Up

That's right folks, I am making a human inside my uterus because the female body is an amazing thing.

We couldn't be more excited. We were definitely trying to get pregnant, and had been for a while. That being said, there was a period of disbelief and shock after that second little pink line appeared. I mean, HOLY SHIT THERE'S A BABY IN THERE!

We found out at 5 weeks, I'm 14 weeks now. We've starting telling friends and extended family and it's so fun to share the news! I told my team at work on Wednesday, and it was such a relief to be able to wear a dress that showed my my tiny baby bump on Thursday. Pants are now uncomfortable and stupid, although I've always been a big fan of skirts and dresses anyways.

I'm now at the stage where you can't tell if I'm pregnant, or if I've just been indulging in ice cream and french fries too much lately (too be honest, it's a little of both, shhhh...). I'm looking forward to having a cute little baby bump soon instead of being in the awkward stage where people are afraid to ask.

My tits look amazing through.



I was getting a little bored with my long, straight, plain hair... so I did something about it!

I had bangs several years ago, before I cut it all off in a pixie (we'll save that for another post).

I took the above picture because we found ourselves accidentally matching. Totes adorbs, I know.

A new haircut is always fun. I was feeling cranky because what I REALLY want is an entire new summer wardrobe, which is definitely not in the budget. So the bangs have satisfied my craving for something fun and new... for now.

Olive is a ridiculous kitty.

And so so very tubby.