Keeping Baby Cool by the Pool: 0-6 Month Edition

One of my absolute favorite things in the world are staycations! We’re lucky enough to have a handful of really nice resorts here in Tucson (my favorite being the Westin La Paloma!). So usually for our anniversary/my birthday (which are on the same day!) we sneak away for a super relaxing weekend getaway, without having to drive very far! … This year was our first year with our little man, and I was SO excited to bring him because I just couldn’t wait to get him in a pool!

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Sunday Lunch

All I have to say is... our poor mother. Well into our twenties we act all too much like children. Non-stop on the way home you'll hear from us in the back, "What's for lunch?" "How long will it take to be ready?" "Did you make it with the sauce like normal??" Yes. It's sad, but true. However, because my mother is Sicilian every meal is a MEAL.

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Travel Guide : Seattle

As we stood in the crowds watching the flying fish, one of the employees asked me, "you catching a fish too?" He recognized Rachel from being there minutes before and now was pressuring me to catch a fish! I'm not one for crowds, especially crowds of people watching me, so I really didn't want to get in front of everyone to catch a smelly, gross, dead fish. Nonetheless, I caved in and got behind the counter to catch a fish! I felt so cool standing behind the counter, like I knew someone who knew someone that could hook me up with a back stage pass

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How To: Throw A Killer Bachelorette Party

Being a married woman requires you to throw at least one successful bachelorette party! Well, being sisters that was an easy thing to check off as we both hosted each other's bach. par-tays before our weddings! They both were similar in many ways, but both spectacular and memorable. 

There’s a few key components that we feel are necessary and both included in our bachelorette parties that ensured a fun time

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Travel Guide : Maui

As us ladies do when we finally nail down our vacation destination, the planning commenced immediately. Where we wanted to go, what we wanted to do, what we wanted to see... that lasted for about two days. I then realized that this was the one trip I didn’t want to plan for. I wanted to just show up and enjoy that “island life.” That’s exactly what we did, and it was perfect! With the right resources, Maui requires almost zero planning ahead…

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Travel Guide : Boston

I have always wanted to go to Boston. Not only am I obsessed with accents and wanted to hear & imitate authentic Bostonian accents, but I’ve always wanted to go to a Red Sox Game (I felt like a real fan buying tickets the first day they opened up!). We were also thrilled about being able to explore such an old and beautiful city and eat some delicious seafood! On our first day in Boston, we headed to the North End…

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