Babysitting in Lilly

What’s more fun than throwing a Lilly themed baby shower? Welcoming this sweet little girl home in Lilly! Our childhood neighbor Morgan gave birth to this beautiful baby Aris. She’s our warrior because she had a hard fight for her life, so we were overjoyed to have her home.

I can tell this little one and I are going to get along great, as I can already see she has the best taste! Aris’ nursery is a Lilly Pulitzer for Pottery Barn dream. My favorite spot is the mermaid suite, a perfect place for baby cuddles, complete with petite palms and Lilly pillows.

Not to mention, this crib is too sweet not to share. I am in love with the pink lemonade sheets and the diamond mobile. The most precious piece is this plush teddy, made from her late father’s cashmere sweater. What an amazing way to pass on his amazing memory to the next generation.

There’s so many more adornments around this nice little nursery, from wooden chandeliers to pom pom curtains and flamingo rockers. Although, the most important part is the fabulous ย family living here. It was so inspiring to see the love and happiness surrounding their home. It was such a great moment meeting baby Aris, and I can’t wait to see her grow into a lovely Lilly lady!

 

Shop the collection here:ย Lilly Pulitzer x Pottery Barn Collaboration

Special visits from Mom & Sara.

Thanks for having us Morgan!

Labor Daze

This summer I couldn’t wait to celebrate Labor Day with my friends and family.ย What better way to spend this holiday weekend than with your favorite people in your favorite place?

My mom and I have several ties to Savannah, so we said a trip to see friends in our old stomping ground was long overdue. We packed up the car and set our sights on a trip to Tybee Island for the weekend.ย We stayed in a sweet little condo called the Georgianne Inn, just a tip- toe away from the beach.

Our first stormy morning we were off to the famous Breakfast Club which was worth the wait in the rain. When the sun made a surprise appearance, we were set to hit the sand.

The beach was packed with partygoers celebrating Labor Day in the sun. We sipped on margaritas and made our way down the boardwalk. It was great to swim in the ocean and soak up som rays, but soon enough, the storm rolled in.

We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing by the pool beneath the palms. Soon after, it was time to hit the town for dinner with friends. We topped off the night with rose’ on the rooftop at the Grove, a gorgeous new spot in downtown Savannah.

On our last day we had to stop by our favorite spots before we hit the highway. We spent brunch time at Social Club sipping on mimosas and listening to live jazz music.

We traveled down the beach road and strolled through a few art shops, and soon crossed over into the Carolinas. What a great end to an amazing Labor Day weekend!