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Threads and Arrows

It's Friday. We have survived another week. Now it's time to get ready for our Super Bowl partay. But before I leave to go grocery shopping, I'll share with you one of Coffee and Cashmere's newest sponsors, Threads and Arrows.

Threads and Arrows is an Etsy shop that consists of the most adorable and affordable moccasins for the youngsters. Sure, there are other brands of moccasins out there, but some of their prices are pretty steep. Who can keep shelling out $50 + dollars every few months when your child's feet decide to do some more growing? Not this stay at home mommy.

Anystopgrowingrightnowkid, Threads and Arrows moccasins are only around $24 dollars a pop! And they come in some amazing styles and colors! These guys are super well-made and are easy to put on wiggly fee, too. My favorite part is that all the bottoms of the moccs are made from suede. That means they will hold up way longer with the walking tots. 

Something about a tiny-sized human in moccasins gets me every time. Every. Single. Time.

Please always check out my awesome sponsors on the right side of my blog. I only work with the coolest of cool. If you'd like to advertise your business on my blog, shoot me an email at jade@coffeeandcashmere.com.

Truly Sanctuary

If you have been a reader of my blog for a long while now, you would know my loyalty to muh sponsor Truly Sanctuary. I absolutely adore those people. If you're a newbie, let me introduce them to you.

Truly Sanctuary is a downright awesome wife slash hubby duo who started up a rad t-shirt company. They offer some of the most comfy shirts for every sized human, plus make those same humans a tad bit more legit just by wearing them.

Another fab item in their repertoire of coolness are tote bags. You can pick a color with your favorite Truly Sanctuary screen print, then head to your local library in style. Or to Trader Joe's if you have one. Which we don't. Sad face. Freals.

And the kicker of this post? Since this amazing company is family orientated, they are doing a fundraiser to help raise money for their child's elementary school's read-a-thon. Truly Sanctuary's tote bags are on sale for only $10 with free shipping until February 4th! All proceeds from the tote sales will be given to Julia Green Elementary in Nashvegas. Loves it. That was obviously said in my best Paris Hilton voice.

So, support this great company, support the schools, and support the love to read in the youngsters.

Ohandplusalso, I ordered a "Faux Reals" tote in pink.

Winsome Words Wednesday and a WINNER

Congrats Elizabeth C.! You have won a $50 gift card to Matilda Jane! I will be emailing you shortly! A big thanks to everyone who entered this great giveaway! Another one is scheduled for next week. You won't want to miss it!

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Hello 2014, Welcome to My Life. Part II

TGIF, dolls! I wanted to stop by with the second part of my yearly recap. Be sure to check out part one HERE!

I love April. It's my birthday month, and it's the start of gorgeous weather. I started off by sharing some awesome, sun-shiny photos of Adrienne wearing a tee from Once Upon a Story.

I blogged this oldie but goodie recipe from Adrienne's second birthday party, Rice Krispie ice cream cones!

I talked about being a straight sell out and painting birdhouses in this post.

I shared some super sweet photos from when Adrienne's Uncle "Buh" came for a visit.

I also teamed up with Skechers for an Earth Day post!

I teamed up with one of my favorite companies ever, Truly Sanctuary, for a great giveaway. You will need to check out their cool ish.

I hosted a great giveaway featuring Egg clothing. I love the colors in these photos. Light green foreves.

And lastly, I talked about the senseless act in Boston

I started May off by sharing some gorgeous photos of Adrienne with her Blabla doll

And then I also hosted a Blabla giveaway and turned the photos into a story.

We went to our first family baseball game. But sans the cracker jacks.

The sponsor highlight of the month was Plato Squirrel. This company is fantastic. And their quilts are to die for.

I shared a few Instagram photos in this post.

I modeled Wired Jewelry by Jenna. Don't laugh.

And lastly, this Winsome Words Wednesday post about losing family members.

June was a super huge month for Coffee and Cashmere. I got to work with American Girl. I've loved this magical company since I was eight years old! That's what Oprah would call "a full circle moment". 

I also got to work with another amazing company, Freshly Picked Moccasins. 

 We had a little family visit. And some bookstore fun.

And I hosted a great giveaway featuring Lenny Mud. This spoon rest is still the best thing in my kitchen.

I shared photos of my recently enjoyed things.

 And gave deets on this incredibly easy DIY cake stand! I love making these for gifts!

And last, but certainly not least, I talked about my bestie of TWENTY YEARS. Whoa. We really aren't that old. And oh hey blonde hair!

And that's the end of part two of my yearly recap.

Hello 2014, Welcome to My Life. Part I

It's time for the first part of my yearly recap. I love doing these things. It makes me go back in Coffee and Cashmere history to search for my fav posts from each month of 2013. Last year I did the first six months in one post and then another post with the last six months. This year I'm switching things up. I put together just the first three months. So, this will be part one of four. Enjoy.

I started last year off by sharing photos of our Christmas at William's grandmother's house. I always love it there. From the way she has it so beautifully decorated, to the abundance of pies and cakes, it's pretty magical.

I also whipped up a quick Valentine's DIY letter holder for Adrienne. No need to spend close to $30 on one from PBKids. 

My favorite post of that month would have to be when I did a little question and answer with Adrienne. She murders me.

I shared photos of my trusty planner

I blogged photos of the baby shower I hosted with two of my friends. The shower theme was owls, and it turned out super lovely. 

I hosted a few giveaways during the month of January, including this one from Nus & Lon.

 I made a ridiculously easy and delicious Valentine treat called Oreo bites. You can't eat just one of those things.

And lastly, I shared some Instagram photos.

February was an unbelievable month. I found out I was mentioned on television! My absolute hero, Billy Eichner, gave me a huge shout-out on his show, Funny or Die's Billy on the Streets.

I whipped up some delicious balsamic dressing.

And these incredible stuffed strawberries.

We had fun outside on Groundhog Day.

And got TOLD by my tiny-sized human.

I hosted a great giveaway with Butterflies and Moonbeams. And took the most beautiful photos of Adrienne wearing one of their coats.

 I wrapped up February by sharing two wonderful dollies. The first was from Mizy Me.

And then this dolly from Milipa.

 Holy Easter cuteness shown here.

I shared an adorable wooden pizza, perfect for a tiny wooden kitchen.

 And then I shared a pizza recipe for the grown-up chefs.

I blogged about how Adrienne wouldn't sleep without a princess crown.

I also shared DIY Hello Kitty ears from Adrienne's second birthday. 

And finishing up the month of March, I dyed my hair brown and posted some random facts about myself. Oh, and this awkward selfie.

Annnnd that's the end of the first part of my 2013 blogging recap. Phewww. Be sure to catch parts two, three, and four.

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