Happy Friday guys! The next few days are full of partying for me as both of my kids are having birthday parties this weekend.
Every year for my kid’s birthdays, we ask our friends not to bring gifts, but donate to a charity instead.
Last week, I traveled to Vancouver (more about what I did later this week). I was supposed to take my family with me but ended up making it a work-only trip at the last minute.
When I asked Ruby if she wanted to visit a couple of awesome ladies who make "treats", of course, she screamed with excitement.
A few months ago, Ruby made a really fun painting while visiting artist Kim West during one of our Career Day trips.
With two kids born in October, next month is turning out to be a party-packed month for us! Ruby is having a Fruity Dance Party with just a handful of her closest friends while Coco is having a Confetti Wild Animal Party filled with mostly our friends (you know how 1st birthdays go).
One of my favorite prop stylists, Emily Henson, recently featured the contents of my bag on her blog.
Sometimes you see a piece of street art, and you just have to take a photo in front of it before it goes away never to return again.
Last week, I celebrated ten years of Oh Joy! When I started this blog (and my business) 10 years ago, I never thought it would turn into my job.
Since I'll be posting a review of the last 10 years of my business and blog soon, I thought it would be fun to address one thing that has changed everything for me from 2005 to now—my family.
Holy crap you guys. This month, my blog and business turn TEN YEARS OLD. How on earth did that happen?
If you've been following along with this blog, you might have read some of my past posts about how life would be with two girls.
If you have a bag obsession like I do, then you probably know of Clare Vivier. In our newest Career Day, we visited her studio to get a look behind-the-scenes of her fast-growing brand, Clare V.
There's nothing like a ol' good game of tic-tac-toe. Even Morris and Nelson, our studio zebras, think so.
I have a serious love of tableware. My husband complains that we have way too many dishes, glasses, and bowls in different sizes, shapes, and colors.
This past month has been a fun one with lots of little getaways...some work and some play. In a couple weeks I'm headed to Vancouver to speak at IDS West at their Social Sessions (if you're in Vancouver and into design/blogging), hope to see you there!
I'm one of those people who is generally clean and organized. But I am also one of those people who has a lot of stuff.
I hope you guys are having a great, long weekend! I usually don't post on holidays, but I have so much I want to share after being away that I decided to post today ;) Before I had kids, I would eat like five meals a day when on vacation to take advantage of all the amazing food in a new city.
You guys...we have a HUGE giveaway today for you. With my recent family trip to Seattle, I'm feeling excited to travel again with my whole family in tow!
I never thought I'd come back to a black and white phase, but here we are. I'm totally loving black and white again when used graphically and with a hit of color...