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I’m Julie, that’s Yasha, my husband on teh eve of our wedding day. We got married on June 27, 2010. We went on our honeymoon to thailand, we had a great time and decided while we were there we would come back, in five years, with our kids, that didn’t yet exist.

They do now, two of them, twins, idetical girls, talia and Jordan. They were born October 12, 2011. Almost exactly three years to the day that Yash and I met for the first tiem at Marows Tavern in Midtown ATlanta. You can read our story here.
I started the blog in March 2011 so that our parents who live a long distance away could be a part of my pregnancy and start gettting excite dfor two grandchildren. Before I knew it the girls were here and the blog becasue my source of sanity and creativity when my world went from me being a social butterfly to hardly going anywhere. I loved being home but I missed people, the blog made it possible for me to keep my friends up to date on how we were getting long with our new life and to hear what was new and fun in thieres all in one convienent place. As the girls grew and became independate

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  1. February 22, 2013


    Just discovered your blog via Top Baby Blogs – love your baby tips!

    I would absolutely love for you to link up at my new linky party – The Friday Baby Shower – for all things pregnancy and new baby. Old and new posts very welcome.

    Alice @ Mums Make Lists

  2. June 9, 2013

    Hi Julie!
    I was referred to your blog by a friend of mine who is a avid reader:) I’m in the process of launching of our new website and after reading your blog, think the concept is something your reader audience will love. When you have a minute, check it out! We’d be more than happy to write a guest post for you along the lines of “Decadent Designs for Every Budget” or “Creative Ways To Add A Hint Of Color Without Having To Replace Everything You Own” We also could offer a discount exclusively to your readers for any project that they submit. We have our formal press release if you are interested in reading it. Simply send me an email with an email to attach it to and I’ll shoot it out to you! Let me know if you have any questions at all…we look forward to hearing from you!


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