May 20, 2013 · 12:00 pm
From the front door. The kitchen, living room and dining room are an open floor plan.
When Jeff and I found out we were pregnant, we knew we would have to leave our labor-of-love garage loft for a more practical apartment with doors so we wouldn’t constantly worry about the cats sleeping on top of the baby.
Our new view is spectacular!
While we realized newborns could be brought up pretty much anywhere, the building was extremely loud from the scrap metal business on either side and sometimes even crumbling a little from the rumbling! It was time to move on and so we began the epic search for a New York City apartment. Nothing would be 1,400 square feet with a 1,400 square foot rooftop, but something great would come up…right?? WELL…It took a lot longer than either of us could have ever predicted, but we finally settled on a condo that couldn’t possibly be more unlike the garage! Continue reading →
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October 13, 2011 · 12:00 pm
The "prep crew" enjoying my dad's AMAZING dinner!
As far as weddings go, I’m pretty sure ours was as do-it-yourself as you can get. I’ve had a few weeks now to think about how it all turned out, so before I post the official photos, I thought I’d share with you how we pulled it off (and some lessons learned). Maybe our experience will help you decide to (or not to) take on your own wedding! Continue reading →