Would y’all look at the cheeks on Hannah? How on earth has it been a year since she was that little?
I wrote a contributing article for SAGE Magazine on my favorite Fall Traditions. For those of you not familiar with SAGE, it is an online lifestyle magazine. I was first introduced to SAGE through Lauren and I since I adore Lauren and her blog I thought it would be fun to write an article. Below is an excerpt from the article. You can read the entire thing by clicking on the magazine below.
Jeans and boots, sweaters and scarves, pumpkin spice lattes and crockpot chili. Fall has always been my favorite time of year. There is something about the sun shining down on a cool, crisp day that heightens my mood and puts an extra skip in my step.
Before kids, fall was all about fashion. Weekends were spent finding that perfect fall outfit that made me “look effortless” even though I spent hours of thought putting it together. Weekends were also meant for Burnt Orange and Longhorn Football. If I wasn’t spending my time cheering the Football team on from the stands, I could always be found with my Hook ‘em Horns up with one hand and a frosty, cold beverage in the other.
Now that I’ve become a mom, weekends are still a little bit about Football and Fashion (you will always find my girls in their Burnt Orange on game day), but they are also about creating memories and establishing traditions with my two daughters: Madison, 3, and Hannah, 15 months.
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