Now that I'm the parent of a spectacled kiddo, I'm realizing how much of an emotional toll this could take on my little girl if I don't handle this transition carefully. Already when I tell neighbors, friends, and family that my daughter had to get glasses, they make remarks tinged with sympathy.
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I love having my lash extensions because I feel so much more feminine and put together with them on. BUT eyelash beauty comes with a high price (and I'm not just talking $$).
We are always on the hunt for products and services that make mom-life easier. Some products we love, some are “eh,” and some are “no, thank you.” However, we do have our FAVORITES. So, here you have it: Our real-deal, truth-be-told, for-sure favorites from 2019.
Be proud of your natural self. There is nothing shameful or different about having textured hair. Celebrate it. We want our girls to know NOTHING is wrong with the way they look -- not their color, not their hair, NOTHING. There is nothing less than or undesirable about textured hair.
As much as I still loved my kinky hair, I was embarrassed. When other women would give me a compliment on a style, instead of saying thank you, I would say "but this gray, ugh" or "this gray is killing me" followed by a review of all the products I'd tried, as if I needed to prove to them I was trying to cover this unruly, unsightly mess.
Pastels, seersucker, bright patterns, shorts, and easy, breezy dresses -- bring on the spring fashions! At Covey House, it's hard not to feel absolutely giddy when all of the spring clothes start rolling in. Warmer temperatures and sunny days make way for a whole host of spring activities, and we are thrilled to bring you some of our favorite pieces to brighten up your little or big kid’s wardrobe this season!