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Zara is my kid who doesn’t like to smile in pictures. I’ve always been against saying “smile” when a kid isn’t feeling it, so she always looks like she’s in a stoic vintage photograph. Works well with the dress though, right?! Don’t you love the collar?! Check out Emma Levine or @EmmaLevineKidsandBaby on insta! xxoo

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It’s one of the trends I can be happy about. Like when the “mom bun” was all the sudden trendy it was super convenient because I’d always been wearing one. Gingham has always been a go-to for me. My kids have way too much gingham…if there is such a thing.

ChildrenEver Sonora Baby ModelBaby Girl wearing Gingham


Ever is obsessed with her boots. I didn’t know how I felt about her wearing them all them time because they seem so heavy, but she loves them so much she doesn’t seem to mind.

I have very rarely been able to get anything up for WTAWW, so I decided to just go with a whole new “fashion column” and this way it doesn’t matter what day of the week (or how often) I post. And I’ll try to add links to similar items when I can too. xxoo

Dress: Thrifted // Boots: Steve Madden

  • Kacey Neely

    I am gingham-obsessed. My kiddos will never have enough! Love her dress.ReplyCancel

  • Candace Wingo

    Very sweet pictures. ReplyCancel

  • Mary Gubein

    Magazine shot for sure!!

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