Happy Tiny Tuesday! I hope you're all having a wonderful week so far. As you know from instagram, we spent a long weekend at my parents' lake house in Wisconsin this past weekend and it was just what we needed. It was so nice to getaway from the Texas heat, slow down a bit, and enjoy some lake time. There are most definitely some aspects of parenting that get harder as your kids get older, but what I'm finding lately is that my girls finally being able to play with each other makes a big difference. They still need supervision, but it's nice to let them play with and entertain each other. Anyone else feel this same way?
As always, thank you guys for stopping by today. Tiny Tuesday posts are my favorite and today we're sharing with you all a new brand we've discovered and fallen in love with - This Tribe of Three. A couple of weeks ago I traveled to Waco with my husband for a baby shower. While there, I got to hang out with some amazing women and one of them had her daughter outfitted in the most adorable onesie. I immediately fell in love with the simple style and the tiny flutter sleeves that make such a big statement.
It's no secret that tend to gravitate toward neutrals, blush tones, and solids. I love the clean look of a white top and denim and think it's just precious on my girls, too. But I also have a feminine bent to my style and love adding tiny details to my tops or with my shoes to give my looks a more feminine feel. So, when I saw these flutter sleeves on these toddler onesies, I just couldn't resist. Abigail's body is long and lean and so a onesie tends to be one of the best options for her to either pair with shorts or a skirt.
The onesie fits true to size and I thought it might shrink a bit after washing it, but so far we've washed it 3 or 4 times and it hasn't shrunk at all. We love the mauve color of this one and windowpane sleeves, and are waiting for this pink one to come back in stock! For my mommy style I took a note from Abby's outfit and added a little eyelet ruffle for a feminine touch!
photography: fort lion studio