In our family, Dr. P is known for two things — bacon and guacamole — and I’ve been dying to share his guacamole recipe with all of you! This is such a party pleaser and the perfect dip for your Fourth of July table. Plus since it’s paleo, we make it several times a month. It’s delicious by itself but also a tasty addition to many foods we make on a regular basis like paleo burrito bowls, grilled chicken, cobb salad and even shrimp tacos… with jicama tortillas!
Let me start this post by saying that this is a very personal look inside a topic that is near and dear to my heart and family. Up until now, I had not planned to share Morgan’s birth story and I still hope to keep nearly all of those details private. But when The Honest Co. reached out to see if I’d be open to sharing my breastfeeding journey, I realized it’s one worth sharing. Please note that I recognize breastfeeding is a very sensitive subject, and every parent has a different experience and story. Here’s mine.
To say life has been busy lately would be the biggest understatement of the century. Between work deadlines, motherhood, travel, home projects and everything in between, May was just the busiest month! And on that note… how is it already June?! I’m gearing up for the months ahead and getting my wardrobe ready for lots of days in the hot summer sun. Since having my son, I’ve now lost a total of 50 lbs (thank you paleo!) — which is AMAZING for my health, confidence, energy level and overall habits but it’s also a challenge when it comes to getting dressed everyday. Some of my favorite pieces are now too big or just fit awkwardly so I’ve found myself grabbing new silhouettes off the racks. It feels good to feel good about the way I look again and I’m grateful to have taken the time and effort I needed to put myself first.