happy father’s day!

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happy father’s day to all the wonderful men out there that do so much!

i truly believe the influence of a “father” in one’s life is huge. i’m thankful for my own dad, for his optimism and sense of humor, for his love for adventure and family, and for being there for his kids… always.

i know the little ones and i feel extra lucky to have such a good man in our home who treats his role of “papa” with complete dedication, respect and love....

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eight {8} years.

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june is an exciting month around these parts because it’s not only full of sunshine and birthdays and lots of summer treats, but also the time of year to celebrate our wedding anniversary!

today, josh and i celebrate 8 years of marriage!

sometimes it feels like it was just yesterday that i was this stupid giddy 19 year old girl going to college in new york city trying so hard not to like this guy i was falling hard for because i was young and it didn’t fall into my “timeline of my life plan” (lol at my idiotic teenage self and thinking anything happened on “my” timeline) and also, because his last name was “davis” and i just thought that was as terrible and boring as last names could possibly come....

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celebrating 29!

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we’re currently in los angeles right now visiting friends and enjoying a little bit of that west coast summer. i also turned 29 years old yesterday (what the what) so we had an extra fun day in LA eating way too many treats and bursting out into the “happy birthday” song multiple times throughout the day....

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homemade sno cones!

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so summer in new york city is great, truly, i’m like a broken record and i know. BUT, there aren’t really any places to get sno cones in the city! just a whole lotta ice cream trucks and smaller helado stands near the playgrounds. but everyone knows that sno cones are where it’s at! (especially if you dump a bunch of condensed milk on top, but i’m trying to be better and not do that.)  we used to trek down to the meatpacking district for some new orleans style snoballs but they have since moved back to new orleans (we visited them when we were there last summer!...

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