Kids Style

Our Night Time Friends

As we continue to work on our routine, we realized there are some things we just can’t sleep without!! We wanted to share them with you so your routine will run smooth too.

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Our organic rose star pajamas by G.Nancy. See more styles and colors here.

Our lightbox by A Little Lovely Company. One of our night time routines is to write a message on our lightbox. Our most favorite message to write is “Go the F*ck to sleep” (haha just kidding) – we love writing “Goodnight Moon” and reading the story.

Gwendolyn Raccoon. We can’t seem to listen to a full story without our soft hand-crafted friend. If you need one, you can find more woodland animals from Hazel Village here.

Our cloud light by A Little Lovely Company. This is what lights up the night to indicate bedtime.

If we don’t do our lightbox, have Gwendolyn Raccoon, or turn on the night light our whole routine is botched! So each night, we go through the list. Then, by 7:30, the house is quiet and we pour a big glass of wine (ok not always, sometimes its herbal tea) and reflect on the day.

Sweet Dreams Darlings!


Julie + Mimi

Health Tips and Tricks

How to get back into a routine after the holidays

Late night parties, sugar, and toys galore. We don’t know about you but holiday festivities always find a way to mess up our nighttime routine. Once school started we had tired and cranky kiddos. We knew something had to change. If we know one thing: a routine is important for kids. It helps them know what is expected of them to grow into successful adults.

We searched the web for a good idea to help us get back on track and start the new year right and we found this project. In our opinion it is the easiest (if it’s not easy and quick it’s not for us) and the most fun!

We bought some simple clocks, and color coded 4:00- 5:30, 5:30- 6:30, 6:30-7:00, 7:00-7:30, and 7:30-8. We explained to our littles what each color means. 4:00- 5:30 is colored blue = playtime, 5:30- 6:30 is pink = dinner and family time, 6:30-7:00 is green = bath/pajamas/brush teeth, 7:00-7:30 is purple= story time, and 7:30-8 is orange= bedtime. You can make it as simple or complex as you want.


This gives a sense of responsibility and time management without having to tell your kids it’s bath time for the hundredth time!

And if your kids are early birds you can use the same clock for the morning routine. For example you can tell them that they have to stay in bed until the hand of the clock is in the green section. This way parents can sleep a little longer!

Now we’re off to setting goals for our own bedtime, that’s the real challenge!

Good luck with getting back on track and best wishes for 2017,


This project was inspired by Smart School House.

Kids Style

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star!

Twinkle twinkle little star, do you know how cute these dresses are?

These dresses by Nununu are a must have! Let’s be honest, having a dress that can be a cute play date dress AND out-to-dinner savvy, is important. These trendy girl dresses can take your little to her playdate and mom-date!  The Star A Sweat Dress and The 360 Star Dress have us twirling with joy because of how versatile they are. Pair with an adorable hair accessory from Woodstock London for your mom-date and poof!! Your little won’t want to take this piece off!  These minis show you just how much fun these two Nununu star dresses are!  Enjoy!


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360 Star Dress by Nununu!

Photos: Erica Allen