September 24, 2015

Farmhouse Fall Home Tour {Gracie Blue}

Happy Fall my friends!!
So excited to bring you my fall home tour!
This year I have teamed up with fourteen amazingly talented bloggers
for the Farmhouse Fall Tour of Homes!!
 
 
It is an honor for me to be a part of this amazing fall home tour series!! If you missed the pervious tours this week, be sure to head over to Meadow Lake Road to check them all out!!
 
There's really not to much I'm going to chat about, I am so exited to bring you this tour and I am going to warn you, I took way to many a lot of photos!! I will say that when decorating for the change of season, fall is my absolute favorite!! I like to keep things simple, cozy and neutral with a hint of fall color!! This year I tried my best to only use natural elements because I believe the true feeling of fall comes from nature!!
Ok, I've kept you waiting long enough!!
Let's get started shall we?
 
 







































 
That's about it!! Hope you enjoyed my fall home tour!!
I will be sharing all the info and sources next week!
In the mean time be sure to head over to
Home Remedies and Home by Heidi to see their amazing homes all
decked out for fall!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Happy Fall!!
 



September 23, 2015

Farmhouse Fall Tour of Home Series {2015}

 
 


The Farmhouse Fall Tour of Homes is in full affect and I'm so excited to share my home with you all tomorrow!! Be sure to check out all the other amazing homes in the lineup! 

Happy Fall!! #farmhousefalltour 

Follow this hashtag all week to see sneak peeks of all of the homes on the tour!!!

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September 4, 2015

To Do After School.... {Free Printable}

As most of you know our daughter started second grade yesterday. I've been told that second grade is a whole new ball game and that there is a lot more responsibility, independence and most dreadfully, more homework. In Kindergarten and first grade we really didn't see too much homework. Reading mostly, which wasn't something that "had" to be done at a certain time and most of the time was done in the evening, before bed and after dinner.
 This year I thought it would be a good idea to implement a check list as a reminder of things that need to get done in the afternoon when we get home from school. I'm hoping it will set the tone for the new school year and I thought I would share it with you!
 

 
To save the image to your computer just right click and "save as"!!
Hope this cute checklist helps get you and your little one back on the
new school year track!!
 
 

September 3, 2015

Signs of Fall {Decorating for the seasons}


Today I sent my almost seven year old off to second grade.
Each year there seems to be the same pattern.... We all change and grow with each new season, yet the traditions remain the same....
 

 
The new school year is for sure the first sign that fall is on it's way and I could not be more excited! Fall has always been my absolute favorite season. I didn't always decorate my home for the changing of the seasons. Up until a year or two ago I really didn't decorate for spring, summer or fall at all. I saved all my energy and creative flow for the Christmas season. I'm pretty sure this had something to do with growing up and my mother having our home decorated a certain way all year long, specifically in one room that we weren't allowed to sit in or play in. The "formal" living room, as it was called in the good ole' 80's, was for "company" only and the only time of the year we ever used it or decorated it was for Christmas....
 I truly find so much joy and excitement decorating for the seasons. It gives our home a fresh new look and it's like "moving" in a new home when you change things up and move things around. Think about it, our home is the one place where, in most cases, we are everyday for hours upon end. It can get tiring and depressing to look at the same things over and over. So for me, decorating for the seasons gives our home new life and it's so much fun!! Here are a few signs of fall around our home.
 




 
Yup! Fall is on it's way and so is my second fall home tour!!
If you missed my fall home tour last year you can find it here!!
Have a great week friends!!
 
 
 
 
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