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Coco + Kiwi Video

Fun making this little video for my friend Jenna from @cocoandkiwi! I got her carryall over the summer, and still love using it as a church/work/diaper bag, depending on the day! Haha. Sometimes you just need a cute something to carry a bunch of stuff. Also, DAINTY15 gets you 15% off her bags or products! Happy Monday!:)
XO
Sarah


           

Happy Sunday {Oct.15.17.}

Loved something that someone said today at church when talking about how children observe what we do and act accordingly. She said, "If your kids grew up to be just like you, would you be happy?" Such a great perspective when choosing my actions and words every day.💕 Happy Sunday!

XO

Sarah


Dress: Sonnet James
Shoes: HERE
Hubby's Suit + Kids' Clothes: H&M





YouTube Welcome Video

Another nap time video attempt for #tdpyoutube! These babies decided to forgo the nap and join in, and I'm okay with that! Pee, spit up, and all! Hahaha! I can't be the only one whose days or train of thought looks like this, right?;) And it's the best! Love these little girlies! YouTube said I needed a welcome video, so here we go! Haha! I feel like it's sometimes hard to introduce my channel because we do a lot of random things there! Birth, Anxiety, Motherhood, Silly and Low Quality Rap Parody's...you know, the usual. Hahaha! If you'd like to check it out, HERE is the link to my Channel!<3
XO
Sarah


           
             

Chick-Fil-A Sauce + H&M

We had a fun Saturday with the babies! It was low-key, and I loved it! Sometimes we are packing more than seems humanly possible in a day and other times we take it so slowly, and we love both! We went to Chick-Fil-A, Costco, a carwash, and back home! It was my FIRST time trying Chick-Fil-A sauce, {video about how I felt about it below. Haha.} and so that was exciting! Also, this hat will likely be on repeat...like glued to my head...so can we make friends with it!? Hahaha! I got it at H&M for 30 bucks {and I'm cheap with clothes, so that's actually a lot. Haha.} I linked it below, and I found it on sale right now for $15! Today and tomorrow you can get 20-30 percent off by using the code 1798 for orders over $100 and 5480 for orders over $200! For any order over $40 you can use the code 0040, and you can usually combine that with the other offers! Happy Monday!
XO
Sarah







Glasses: H&M
Hat: HERE
Cardigan: Costco, but a similar one is HERE


                  



Park City Summit

It was so fun to be up at a Data Summit in Park City and hear from great speakers! There were so many stories that I loved, and this one from today was so great also, I wanted to share! It's amazing how the human spirit can break through what seems impossible! Hope everyone is having a great week!
XO
Sarah


               

Water into Wine

Tonight I attended an Institute class. I'm finishing school through BYU-Idaho {story for another time! Haha!:)} so it's a required class, but I love it because I've always loved going to Institute! For those not of my same faith, an Institute class is similar to a Bible Study class, where you learn about the scriptures. I love learning about these things and being uplifted. There was one thing in particular that we talked about that stood out to me when we were studying in the Book of John. In chapter 2, it talks about Jesus Christ’s first recorded miracle—when He turned water into wine. There is so much beautiful symbolism in this chapter, but one of the things that stood out to me the most is the fact that Christ told them to fill waterpots full of water, when they had run out of wine. They did. And he turned it into wine. Not only wine, but some of the best wine that they had ever had. In verse 9, the Governor of the feast called for the bridegroom and in essence said, "Usually, people give the best wine at the beginning of an event, and then when everyone has become full with drink, they bring out the wine that isn’t as good. But YOU guys have brought out the best wine now." {At the end of the wedding.} There is so much symbolism behind that, but the most touching thing to me is what Christ can do for us. We need Him. When all we can give is water, He can make it wine. And not just normal wine, but the BEST wine anyone has ever tasted. He can do more. He can do more for us than we can do for ourselves. He can make more from us than we can ever make of ourselves. All we have to do is offer up our water. In the scripture they filled the waterpots to the brim. They did all they could do. How will I do that? What things do I need to be doing that mean that I’m offering ALL I can do and showing Him that I want Him to make more of me. Am I offering my water to the brim? Or is it half full? Am I doing all I can do? Those things that we either talked about or were whispered to my heart were so insightful, and I was hoping that by sharing here that maybe someone needed it, too!

XO

Sarah


I know the picture is a little bit interesting, but I thought it was cool and loved that it showed the water jugs in it! It’s a painting by Gerard David C. 1500 {It’s displayed at the Louvre in Paris.}



                

New Morphe Pallet

Today's post started as an attempt to do a video during nap time! I should have known it would be a hot mess, since my room was messy, kids were coming in and out, and I had a battle with a new setting spray that I ordered! {Video of that debacle below.} Hahah! BUT, I thought I'd just do a quick blog post on this pallet--I only used 3 colors, but the colors are pretty and creamy, and the packaging is pretty! I know who Jaclyn Hill is, but I haven't seen too much of her stuff! I saw the colors and thought they were fun, though and wanted to give it a try!

The first color that I used, {Creamsicle} wasn't as pigmented as I thought it would be, but then I found that it was really buildable. I mixed it with Hillster, and they blended pretty well together! I'm not the best at blending anyway, {and sometimes just don't do much of it, haha,} but it wasn't too hard!

This is the one I usually use: HERE, either over some cream eyeshadow or alone, but I decided to try the new one because the pallet I have is very neutral and I thought it would be fun to have some brighter colors for fall!:) The one I usually use is only $15, so it's a good one to have!

XO
Sarah

Neutral Pallet: HERE
New Pallet: HERE
Brush: From IPSY, HERE