Wednesday, February 22, 2017


Williamsburg, 2017

In between lots of adulting, these guys have been keeping us on our toes. It's a good thing they're cute.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Bo: Fourteen Months

Bo, 2017

This munchkin is keeping us up waaay too much at night these days but he is nonetheless pretty scrumptious. Here's a look at his brothers A. and O. at the same age.

Friday, February 10, 2017


via Sunnylife

Whelp! Have just been inside with three small humans for something like 36 hours straight because of the blizzard that hit New York yesterday. Will, meanwhile, is out in LA home scouting for us, so this picture is about where my mind is at the moment.

We've been busy: lots of admin, lots of logistics, lots of life designing...and plenty of nail biting over all of the above. Once we're there (in just 50 days!) I think it will dissipate because we'll be distracted my lemon trees and sunshine. But for now we're muscling through.

Aside from that, I have lots afoot. Bo turned 14 months this week, Axel is four and a half!, and Oscar's third birthday is just a few weeks away. Have to stop googling pool floats and get back to recording daily life in Brooklyn.

Monday, January 23, 2017

St. Barths

St. Barths, 2017

New York is under watch for a Nor'easter as I type this so it's hard to believe that just last week I was soaking up the sun on St. Barths, for work, no less. The island is gorgeous, and jam packed with design-y boutique hotels and restaurants, with some still wild places thrown into the mix.  And yes, I know just how lucky I am to be able to call this work!

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Bo: Thirteen Months Old

Bo, 2017

Bo is thirteen months old and counting, losing his baby-ish-ness by the moment. Here's Oscar and Axel at roughly the same age.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

11211 Love: Big News

Williamsburg, 2017

So! Here we are in 2017 already.

Part of the reason I haven't been posting much of late is that we've had a few big changes brewing on the home front. It feels strange to post and not mention the thing that's been consuming all of your mental energy. But now I can actually that this spring, our family of five is moving to Los Angeles.

There are so many reasons why this makes sense for us right now, but I'm still stunned that this is truly happening in less than three months. I genuinely thought I was a New Yorker for life. But then we found ourselves with three boys under the age of four, and Axel on the cusp of kindergarten, which is in and of itself a huge leap into uncertainty that comes with a lot of decisions to be made.

And over the summer in Maine something was percolating in me as I saw the boys running barefoot on the beach, outside all day, rarely still. We love New York so much, and yet it will be a looong few years before the fellas are quite ready for meandering trips to the Met. This weekend, the snow was gorgeous, but it was seventeen degrees on Sunday. Sunnier climes beckon.

It's strange, wonderful, bittersweet. I miss Brooklyn already. During the latest snow storm, I looked out of my window and felt like I was in a snow globe. This is the only grown up home Will and I have ever known. And it's been a remarkable place to start our family. But I'm excited for what's to come too.

As for this space, I have a feeling it will make its way to a natural conclusion. Not now, but perhaps in the coming months. And, if you're curious about our newest adventures, I will of course let you all know how I will be recording our life out west, whether it's on another blog, on Instagram or via whatever new fangled technology the kids are using these days.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Christmas, Belated

Christmas 2016

I have been so off the grid lately, not much use at posting here. But we did have a wonderful, low key Christmas in New York before we left for England. Gingerbread houses were assembled, Santa was visited, and a multitude of gifts were opened. I think we are single-handedly supporting the battery industry of America here.
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