Sarah Tucker http://www.sarah-tucker.com Tue, 22 Aug 2017 13:36:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 On the first day of school http://www.sarah-tucker.com/first-day-school/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/first-day-school/#respond Tue, 22 Aug 2017 13:03:02 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8965 {wesleys outfit // tucks outfit is eliza james but looks sold out // tucks backpack // wesleys backpack c/o love...

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{wesleys outfit // tucks outfit is eliza james but looks sold out // tucks backpack // wesleys backpack c/o love bambinos 20% of their store with LOVEST // school bus photo prop  – I purchased the first and last day }

Yesterday was Tucks first day of actual Pre-School and Wesleys first day at a mothers day out program.  Wesleys eyes lit up telling my mom after school that he went to school!  he has a “packpack”!  He was so ready, no jitters, and it was so cute.  It shocks me a bit that my kids are the kids that give me a kiss and run on in.  I did not have that kind of confidence as a kid, and was the total opposite.  I was hanging on my moms leg and pleading not to have to leave her.  Sorry mom!!

I thought it would be fun to talk about both of them on the first day, and hopefully I can continue it on the last day!

John Tucker, age 4, on the first day of Pre-School:

He wants to be a ghostbuster when he grows up.  He still loves all things police though, and following rules AND enforcing them is his favorite.  He is my patient buddy, the best big brother.  He loves every single person he meets, and tries to make a connection with everyone.  He is not shy.  When we have childrens church he is always the first to raise his hand and speak in front of the congregation.  He is beginning to ask so many questions about Jesus, God, heaven, etc.  He is loving, kind hearted, and incredibly thoughtful for a four year old.  He doesn’t pass a flower without picking me one.  He is always babying his gigantic baby.  My favorite was this summer when wes didn’t want to get into the pool, and tuck put his arm over him, and said “now, it’s okay wes, I will be right here, okay buddy?”.  He loves playing with legos, playing hide and go seek, bike riding to eat at a restaurant, playing golf with daddy while wesley naps on saturday afternoons, and being as social as humanely possible.  He starts T-ball next month (jb is an assistant coach and I am team mom which makes me so happy).  He is also doing Suzuki, and soccer.  He is still super cuddly, and gives kisses away freely.  He is still going to marry TristanLea, they are going to live in my house and have five children. Her version is a little different – as she plans on living with him in her big girl bed.  (:

Wesley James, age 2, on the first day of PK2:

Wes is in the stage of loving firetrucks, which he calls “weee-oooo-weee-ooooo’s”.  He is decisive about everything.  yeah, no, yes, no!  he will let you know what his feelings/needs are.   If someone is crying he frantically says “it otay it otay it otay!” and pats their back.  He’s always trying to help people up.  He most definitely thinks he’s older than he is.  He worships Tuck, and it’s as he should since Tuck is incredibly kind to him.  If he’s not around, it’s “where tuh go?” … at least a couple dozen times until he’s home.  His prayers are so cute and involve him saying, very loudly “TANK YOU FOR _____  -x everyone he knows.  He is already so into humor, and knows exactly how to get his brothers goat.  When he does, he just laughs and laughs and laughs.  He’s very proud of sleeping in a big boy bed.  I haven’t had to change a #2 diaper in at least a month, and other than that he wears pull ups (and pee’s in them sometimes, and sometimes he lets us know).  It sounds weird but he has pretty much potty trained himself.  Or he just desperately wants to be like his big brother.  Even when we were out and about at Disney World, he’d tell us, and go on the public potty.  He’s loving, affectionate, and independent.  He says he has a girlfriend names “Dow”.  ??  He loves construction work, police everything, firetrucks, play-do, art and more art, dressing up, and running until he passes out.

 

Thanks for humoring this mom through this post <3

 

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http://www.sarah-tucker.com/8830-2/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/8830-2/#comments Wed, 16 Aug 2017 14:11:33 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8830 What can I say?  a white woman?  with all the privilege that goes along with that.  But I can’t not...

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What can I say?  a white woman?  with all the privilege that goes along with that.  But I can’t not say something.  What happened in Charlottesville turned my stomach.  It makes me physically ill that this kind of hate is out there.   The fact that there are people that think this way, people we encounter on a day to day basis and have no idea?  It’s terrifying.   It makes me very sad for them, that they carry around this darkness all day, every day.   It makes me hurt for my friends.

I feel powerless.  What can I do?

I love my boys endlessly and I raise my boys to love everyone.  And it’s not hard because they already do.  They don’t care if you are black, white, indian, old, young, homeless, rich, etc… they just do.  Because they don’t see why these things would even divide us (and they are right).  It’s lost on them, as it should be.  They are always just looking for a friend, someone to play with on the playground, or help them up when they fall.  There is no requirement to look the same!  But for whatever reason, something can happen and sometimes this loving kindness gets lost on the way to adulthood.  I pray and hope my children never lose it.

In the Spring when Tuck had his violin recital, I was so proud when I looked around and I was the minority (I definitely get the irony in that sentence!).  I love that this is the environment he will grow up in.  It’s so important that we, as parents, and all of the role models to children, that we model kindness, compassion, forgiveness and respect toward everyone.   Dear Lord let me not forget, they are always watching!

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I love this — “tell me something kind you did today”

 

 

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Guest Room Refresh http://www.sarah-tucker.com/guest-room-refresh/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/guest-room-refresh/#comments Tue, 08 Aug 2017 19:24:02 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8733 We love hosting our friends who come into town.   It’s so special having them stay with us – when else...

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Pine Cone Hill Annie Selke

We love hosting our friends who come into town.   It’s so special having them stay with us – when else do you get to spend that much time with your friends as adults?  Or that much time with your friends babies?  It’s a treat.  I’m allll about making them feel comfortable, welcomed, and right at home.  Our guest room is tiny, but situated for plenty of privacy.  We had an antique full in there, it was a bed my parents bought in Birmingham before I was born.  Years later it was my first big girl bed.  I loooove that bed.  It’s victorian and beautiful, and perfectly chippy.  But it’s also small, especially when a family of three or four is sleeping in it.  So it’s now going back to my parents house and we bought a queen for that room (I was a little surprised by the amazing price, but the good reviews swayed us.  and so far it feels good… friends that stay with us will have to let us know!).Annie Selke Pine Cone Hill Even with three windows in the room, due to the way it faces, and the foliage surrounding it, it’s a pretty dark little room.  When we first moved in I painted our house three different colors .  I tend to make those kind of house decisions really easily, while other choices can take me far too long.  JB painted the guest room Revere Pewter, which is a beautiful gray.  It works in the rest of the house because there’s plenty of unobstructed natural light.  Literally everywhere but the guest room.   It felt a little dungeon-esque.  So we had it painted super white by benjamin moore.  Our painter (email me if you are local and need a good painter!) painted it in the matte regal finish and semi gloss for the trim.  I love how it brightened up the space.  We replaced the blinds with bamboo, and took down the curtains.  I love the way it showcases the old windows.  Pine Cone Hill Annie Selke

Then came the fun part!  Thankfully Annie Selke provided all of the gorgeous french blue hues from their C3 collection, including beautiful bedding and a classic houndstooth rug.  I love that our guests will get to sleep on something so luxurious and cozy.  I had fun mixing favorite patterns.  As you can probably tell — blue is my sig-na-ture color – said like shelby from steel magonlias. (; I’ve always loved all of the shades of blue – and french blue is so crisp and classic.  I picked out the bedding first, and then everything else fell into place.  I love the safavieh chandelier, and it’s such a great price – $139!   guest room refresh

I always try to keep a few treats, fresh flowers, waters, a devotional book, and a magazine or two for our guests.  I also stock the little built in with all kinds of toiletries.  We have a mounted TV opposite the wall of the bed (not pictured), with fire TV hooked up.  We have a little notebook for our guests to write a little note on their stay, which also has the wifi password in it.  

{Annie Selke’s Pine Cone Hill — houndstooth rug c/o–  petite vine flat sheet c/0 — french blue blanket c/0– striped bed skirt  c/0– french blue pillowcases c/0 // Safavieh blue chandelier // Levalor bamboo blinds  // seersucker duvet c/o Garnet Hill // Bedside table I’ve had forever but painted it Newburyport Blue  by Benjamin Moore + new knob from target // Headboard from Ballard // Safavieh lamp // vase-dog statue, box — thrift store //  watercolor print from target // tassel baskets are from our spring trip to Marrakech }

We can’t wait to host our next guests!

 

 

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Legoland Florida with Toddlers http://www.sarah-tucker.com/legoland-florida-with-toddlers/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/legoland-florida-with-toddlers/#comments Sat, 05 Aug 2017 14:23:44 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8778 We had so much fun yesterday at Legoland with our friends Jordan and Covington.   It was our first trip to...

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We had so much fun yesterday at Legoland with our friends Jordan and Covington.   It was our first trip to Legoland, so I don’t have many tips.  But if your little one loves Legos they will loooooove legoland.  Tuck loves legos – I hear “where’s my guy?” approximately 1290812 a day.  Wes loves them by default and also asks where his (lego) guy is almost as much.  So I figured this would be a good age to take them to Legoland.   I thought that in August it would be super crowded, but it wasn’t.  Which was a nice surprise.  It was HOT.  August in Florida is no joke, so if you can swing it, I’d come down here in another month.  Annnnny other month!  But we made it through – with about a gallon of water each.  It’s also huge.  I was shocked at how big Legoland is… it goes on and on.  So many rides!  so little time until naptime.  (:  We didn’t make it to the waterpark – but we can’t wait to come back and do that one day.  There’s also a lot to do from babies to big kids.  There’s a really nice baby care center in the indoor play area in Duplo village, and family restrooms are found at every bathroom.  One day I’ll have more tips for you,  but feel like we barely scratched the surface!  If your kid loves legos, I think it’s definitely worth the drive over.   The drive is even more fun with a friend.  We died listening to the kids band in the back — “the harry potters”.

 

ps:  Weird/fun fact –  I really love building legos with the boys.  Not so much the aftermath of when they inevitably break, but find it fun to put them together with them.  So maybe this trip was a little for me too (;

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Big Boy Room Inspiration http://www.sarah-tucker.com/big-boy-room/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/big-boy-room/#comments Tue, 01 Aug 2017 12:08:37 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8736 JavaScript is currently disabled in this browser. Reactivate it to view this content. Wes hopped out of the crib sometime...

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Big Boy Room Inspiration

Wes hopped out of the crib sometime around 18 months.  On the lowest setting!   I thought it was all over, but he didn’t do it again.  Then right around 24 months wes was like: I remember this neat trick!… and could hop out with no problem at all.  I blame gymnastics class!  haha.  We’ve always done bedtime books in tucks bed together, and wes kept saying “I wan tuh” , so one night we just let them sleep together.  It had been a couple months that they’ve been doing that.   So off the crib went to Heather’s house for her next babydoll due in October.  This made for quite a bit of change in our house.  We moved the full out of the guest room and into Wesleys room.  Since then he is now wanting to sleep in his own room – even though it no longer has drapes.  We bought a queen for the guest room and are redoing the room to make it more comfortable for our guests.  On top of that we are having a lot of things repaired by a contractor so that we can have the exterior painted.  So it’s busy around here house wise!  But it’s been so fun to dream up wesleys big boy room.

Here’s some rooms I’ve been inspired by for his room:  

{please pin from original source: covering the bases}  

I am in love with this headboard!  It’s by Roxy at Society Social.  I inquired about making one but she does not do fulls – just queens & kings.  His room is really too small for anything bigger than a full.  Then I thought maybe I’d do a DIY.  But I’m not so sure how that would come out!! So I found Gray Owl Home – and she makes them.

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I love the look of spindles.  And this was a top contender … so maybe I will do this for when I redo Tuck room… this big boy room is having a domino effect!  {please pin from original source – nine & sixteen}

I love the vintage American flag in this room, and the old dresser.  

{via jennifer barron interiors}

love the rug and the huge lettered monogram pillows

Excited to share the finished project in a couple of weeks with y’all!   Send me allll the big boy room inspiration, if you have any. xox

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Say Hi to Summer with Old Navy http://www.sarah-tucker.com/say-hi-summer-old-navy/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/say-hi-summer-old-navy/#comments Fri, 28 Jul 2017 17:39:13 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8719   This is a sponsored post with Old Navy (a place I’ve always loved to shop!).  It also contains affiliate...

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This is a sponsored post with Old Navy (a place I’ve always loved to shop!).  It also contains affiliate links.  

Photos by Shannon Kirsten 

#sayhi with @old Navy #ad The other day while stopping in Shannon’s studio, she couldn’t believe this dress was Old Navy.  Indeed!  I had a similar experience in Annapolis five years ago for my girlfriends bachelorette.  No one could believe the dress I had on was from Old Navy, or that I snagged it for $12.  I always love surprising people like that — all IT’s OLD NAVY!!  annnnnd it was only $12.  I just really love a good deal.  This dress is only $18 after a 30% additional mark down today.  It’s such an easy dress to throw on and it’s breezy, which is a top priority right now in Florida.

{dress c/o Old Navy // target sam & libby shoes that I can’t find online – but this new version is so cute! // stella and dot bucket purse  from emily’s S&D shop// neckerchief is Old Navy but no longer online (seen tied on bag) }

{shirt is Old Navy c/o // Shorts are J.crew (sold out online but they may have in stores) // tassel bracelet c/o // earrings // purse is stella and dot from my friend emily’s shop }

Well you know I love blue and white and tassels, and this look gives me all of that.  There’s so many fun options right now for summer time at Old Navy – tons of tassels and lots of boho dresses!  I love picking up pieces to mix in with my wardrobe.

 

Happy Weekend!

 

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Back to preschool http://www.sarah-tucker.com/back-to-preschool/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/back-to-preschool/#comments Fri, 28 Jul 2017 13:31:07 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8713 {The medium size seersucker backpack for Tuck // the smaller size was sent to Wesley (c/o) from Bambinos — they have...

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{The medium size seersucker backpack for Tuck // the smaller size was sent to Wesley (c/o) from Bambinos — they have THE BEST monogram options.  You can get 20% off with code LOVEST}

Back to school favorites

HOW is it that time again?  Both of our school lists have been sent out, so it has me thinking all things back to school.  Wes is going to his first mother’s day out program a couple times a week.  It’s earlier than I sent Tuck but with his April birthday I didn’t want him starting “school” for the first time at 3.5.  He LOVES Sunday school, all crafts, and anything social.  So I know he will really thrive at MDO.  My big boy is starting Pre-K, which is five days a week, but I’ll pick him up at noon.  It seems so impossible that I’m here, with both boys going to some sort of school.  But doesn’t it always seem impossible?  Time moves so quickly.  way toooo quickly.

 

Here are some of my favorite BTS items:

 

bentgo boxes:  I heard these are good and found them on sale the other day (through the Southern Mama Guide FB moms group ).  Wes loves to dip, so I’m glad this has a little spot for his beloved ketchup.

Lunchbot:  these stainless steel have been our favorites.  They hold up so well, and there’s a ton of different options/configurations.

Name Labels from Minted:  I can’t say enough good things about these labels.  They hold up on T-shirts wash after wash and also come out of the dishwasher still right on place in his nalgene.  You can get 15% off with SCHOOL2017

Personalized school envelopes:   These are a little unnecessary but SO cute.

Cath Kidston mealtime sippies and lunchboxes:  Cath Kidston designs are the most adorable.

Nalgene water bottles:  The only ones that are truly leakproof in my experience.

seersucker sippy cup:  I can’t speak to these being leakproof.  But I just may get one to match wesley backpack!

schoolbus clothing // A is for Apple interchangeable shortall // Apple Knee Highs 

 

Ps:  HUGE sale on sale at The Beaufort Bonnet Company — additional 50% off all sale items.  With code PINKPRICEPARTY  

 

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Four Seasons Nevis with Kids http://www.sarah-tucker.com/four-seasons-nevis-with-kids/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/four-seasons-nevis-with-kids/#comments Wed, 26 Jul 2017 12:42:42 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8690 I had never heard of Nevis until we started picking out a trip for the summer.  It’s pronounced “Knee-Vis” …...

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I had never heard of Nevis until we started picking out a trip for the summer.  It’s pronounced “Knee-Vis” … I called it “nehvis” leading up to the trip.  It’s a little island off of St. Kitts with quite a bit of history.  Fans of Hamilton probably already know that Alexander Hamilton was born in Nevis.  It has quite a bit of charm with old sugar mills, plantations, and a cute little restored colonial downtown.  We really fell in love with the whole island, and feel like we need another week or two to explore it.  Which is why I’d love to go back!  Quite a few people have wondered about our experience with traveling with kids there, and I think a lot of the reason why it was so wonderful was the Four Seasons Nevis.  They know how to treat parents and kids, and I also think this would be an amazing place for an adults only vacation too.  But for this post I think I’ll focus on why the Four Seasons Nevis was so great for kids and parents.  

1.  Meals out are more pleasant than they are at home.  Kids get their own cutlery, wiki stix, and coloring pages.  They’re also well attended to, spoken to, played with, and staff takes the time to remember their names.  Speaking of meals.  Kids eat free 5 and under!  Even if you just need an order of french fries by the pool, if it’s for your two-year-old, it’s free.  If you’re walking by the gelato station, and need a cone for your four-year-old, it’s free.  Definitely a nice perk.  

2.  There are three pools.  One is adults only and quite a bit of a walk from the other two.  The other two have shallow entries (but deeper parts too!) and are great for kids.  Plenty of shades, chairs, and you are not fighting for a seat ever.  We spent a good amount of time every day with them in the pool.  They have infused water and the staff keeps the samples coming too – local treats and smoothies.  You can grab lunch out there, which we did a couple of times because it was so convenient.   3.  The kids club!   My kids were only in it maybe 5 hours total for the week, but it was so well done, they loved it, and the ratio of kids to staff was excellent.  The activities are fun, and there’s plenty of toys for free play.  They let wesley come since he is mostly potty trained (and thankfully no accidents while he was in there!).  I used it both days JB was on scuba dives, one to take a shower and get ready for the day, and the other to use the spa.  One morning, while Tuck and I were sleeping, JB took wes to the playground but wes took JB to the kids club because that’s where he wanted to go (:
4.  When you head to your room there are kids robes, and tiny spa shoes.  They also had treats for the boys – cookies with their names on them and little stuffed turtles.  

5.  There’s a ton of free and rental things to do on the beach.  We rented a hobie cat one day.  I swear despite wesleys face he enjoyed himself, lol.  There’s a big trampoline type thing in the ocean just off the shore, and Tuck had so much fun doing backward flips off of it.

6.  The staff really made it special.  I loved how they all knew their names by a couple days in, and they interacted with them.  We also, for the first time ever on vacation, used a babysitter through the hotel.  She was incredible!  We used her so we could go out to eat with my in-laws, and still respect our kids sleep schedule.  Miss Sherry Berry  was their babysitter and couldn’t recommend her enough.  She remembered both boys, and their names, from the kids club.  She took them to the playground, and as we were being taken by golf cart to the restaurant, we drove past and she was on one of the slides with them.  She did bedtime routine, and had them asleep by 7:30.  The pric was so good — for the first three hours it is $45!  and then just $8, for each additional hour.  That’s less than what we pay at home.  

7.  I guess this could be a negative to some parents, lol.  But there’s lots of little creatures to discover.  Tuck will pick up anything, and at one point had a pet crab and snail on this trip.  I blame “wild Kratts” – his favorite show.  (:

8.  The accomodations were good for a family of four.  A king bed and a pull out couch.  I love the pull out couch because it goes up during the day, and you have more space when you need it.  This guy always climbed in the big bed next to me – not complaining one bit.  Here he is enjoying hot chocolate!

9.  All of the outdoor restaurants had these little seats for the kids.  Mine loved the option of sitting at their own size seats, and with friends.

10.  We didn’t do this but you can rent these little cabanas on the beach.  I think they’d be perfect for babies to nap in, while bigger kids play.  And all with your eyes on them!  

So in short, can’t recommend it enough for a tropical vacation with your little ones!  This was a trip my husband earned through his company, and we are so so grateful.  My in-laws are retired from the same company, but still have a couple of trips.  We are so thankful they use their trips to come with us!  It’s so nice to make these memories together as a family.

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Boat look in Nevis with J.McLaughlin http://www.sarah-tucker.com/boat-look-in-nevis/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/boat-look-in-nevis/#comments Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:28:24 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8658 {Beach Caftan c/o J.McLaughlin // Carlotta straw hat c/o J.McLaughlin // Jack Rogers sandals // Sunglasses from amazon } I loved wearing...

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{Beach Caftan c/o J.McLaughlin // Carlotta straw hat c/o J.McLaughlin // Jack Rogers sandals // Sunglasses from amazon }

I loved wearing this beautiful caftan out on the boat, The Spirit, the other day.  We had so much fun snorkeling and I was surprised it was so clear – almost as clear as the BVI’s!  I love seeing seafans waving in the water, the colors of the coral, and watching tons of fish and sea creatures just going about business as usual.

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Nevis Day Two http://www.sarah-tucker.com/nevis-2/ http://www.sarah-tucker.com/nevis-2/#comments Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:53:03 +0000 http://www.sarah-tucker.com/?p=8649 We lucked out and just happened to be here during sea turtle week!  It was so exciting!  The boys attended the sea...

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We lucked out and just happened to be here during sea turtle week!  It was so exciting!  The boys attended the sea turtle camp, which is so fun because the four seasons invites all of the Nevisian children to go too.  They made lots of fast friends.  My favorite was watching Tilly the turtle be released back into the ocean.  You can track where Tilly is here!  It will be fun to track her at home, and learn more about sea turtles with the boys.

we all loved seeing “spiderman” climb the palm tree and hearing about the coconut story.

grandaddy, wesley, grandma, and tuck (:  we ended the night with dinner right here!  There was a band set up, and my boys pretty much never stopped dancing until bed!

 

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