Lu’s Favorites | Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Happy (almost!) Mother’s Day! This will officially mark my second Mother’s Day as a mama myself, but this year will be the first time we’ll really get to celebrate outside the house (last time I was nursing my little babe around-the-clock while barely able to keep my eyes open) 😉 I wanted to share a few of my favorite Mother’s Day gift ideas that I’ve had on my wish list…. Read more

Postpartum Workout Series | Body After Baby

I am now one year into motherhood — (how does time pass so quickly?!) — and finally back into my normal workout routine. My postpartum workout journey was truly that — a journey — that required a lot of patience on my part to allow my body to heal and recharge. I remember feeling really eager to jump back into workouts as soon as my doctor gave me the green light, but I quickly…. Read more

What My Baby Taught Me | It Takes a Village

I’ve always heard ‘it take a village’ to raise a child… and that line is proving to feel increasingly true as I attempt to juggle work and mom life. I brought Ev to New York Fashion Week this month. It marked our second trip to the Big Apple together for work, and this time around was really, really different from September’s trip. He’s bigger now, more aware, and certainly makes…. Read more

Dear Baby | A Letter to My Boy Six Months In

Dear Baby, Here I am, six months in, staring at you. Your eyes find mine, and that toothless smile of yours starts to stretch wide. You have arm rolls and a round belly and a head full of hair. Some days you look a lot like me. But on most days, you look just like your daddy.  I kind of feel like we’re best friends now. We spend a lot…. Read more

Silent Superheroes: Happy Mother’s Day

Mothers are silent superheroes. I say silent because they have this special ability to quietly change a child’s world in seconds. Mothers build dreams, squash fears, and fulfill hearts — all while scrubbing spit-up, tackling tantrums and handling homework. Even on a child’s worst days, mother’s create clarity and calmness. My mom [mama, as I call her], is still scrubbing spit-up + tackling tantrums. Not because I’m stomping my toes in my…. Read more