Mother’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. Of course partly because I’m a mom and I love having my kids to celebrate with, but I also just think it’s important to thank and recognize the women in our lives who helped mold us into who we are. One of the ways I like to share this love with my own mom is by sending flowers. Flowers just do something to the heart that few other gifts can.
This year I decided to try 1-800 Flowers and I was shocked at the flower quality and selection for every price point. I live far away from my mom, so it’s important that I can send her some flowers to let her know I’m thankful for all she’s done for me—everything I appreciate now that I’m a mom.
That said, if you’re looking for a way to send flowers across the country or even just across town, I highly recommend checking out 1-800 Flowers. No matter what your budget is, I guarantee you’ll be able to find something your mom loves!

Click here and enter promo code 25MOM at checkout, to receive 25% off from 5/8-5/10.

Happy Mother’s Day to those who have moms, are mom’s and future mom’s, I celebrate you <3

Thank you 1-800 Flowers.com for sponsoring this post!


Motherhood for me is a series of mistakes and triumphs, lessons and growth. All the while giving myself and my kids grace! It is indeed the steepest learning curve and the greatest blessing. For example, it may sound silly, but there was a time I was upset I couldn’t attend golden hour photo shoots, the timing didn’t work with my kids or their schedules (hello witching hours!) However, I was able to step back, accept my responsibilities at home only to realize THESE are the golden hours!! Being present with my family, and loving the gifts my Heavenly Father gave me provided the greatest contentment.

One of my favorite quotes:

“Blessings, like children, are not ethereal and weightless. Sometimes they feel like they come at you like a Kansas hail storm – they might leave a welt! But if you accept your lot, and rejoice in your toil, God will give you the kind of overwhelming joy that cannot remember the details. Motherhood is hard work. It is repetitive and often times menial. Accept it. Rejoice in it. This is your toil. Right here.  Those are their faces. Enjoy them. The days of your life are supposed to be full of things like this. But joy is not giddy. It is not an emotional rush — it is what happens when you accept your lot and rejoice in your toil. So rejoice in your children. Look them in the eyes and give thanks. You will not even remember the work of all this planting when the harvest of joy overwhelms you.”

from LOVING THE LITTLE YEARS – Rachel Jankovic


My skirt ZARA similar :: tank Hanes similar :: maxi coverup O’NEILL similar :: sandals FRYE  ::

ruffle white dress TULEROSA :: wedges FRYE 

hubby shirt LACOSTE :: jeans BUCK MASON :: shoes REEF  ::

Girls shirts LACOSTE :: sneakers LACOSTE :: shorts NORDSTROM ::

Boy’s shirts LACOSTE :: shorts NORDSTROM :: shoes LACOSTE




silk trench – an everyday must have. I wore one all week in Chicago plus a couple layers, and minus a couple temps. Bonus: its super chic. Here’s a $69 version.


Every girlfriend and mom friend I know is complaining about not having enough summer tops. Enter the cute ever versatile white ruffle top. The cost per wear is impressive, and especially stunning with a tan.


Two words:  so stunning.


Scarves aren’t just for the french. Add it to a white tee and jeans for that pulled together I just left the left bank kinda look.


a good TEE is hard to find, enter this one by FRAME. You’re welcome.


A good smelling candle sets the mood is makes a house or bedroom feel warm and inviting.


A baby Chanel is on everyone’s list. Pat yourself on your back men if you’re planning on getting this for your wife.


Gray sneakers FTW! These are super super cute, get them before they sell out!


Get mom some new sunnies. These are a versatile fit.


Motherhood can be likened to bringing home macaroons from your breakfast meeting in your kids favorite colors- sounds perfect right? Until they run out of the house at first sight of the car in the driveway. And apparently, when one grabs your knees and the other dips the box, they eventually fall on the porch. Now you know. Sometimes your best intentions are met with the reality of life with kids. 


While I learned my lesson after that day, I haven’t stopped bringing them little gifts. You learn, you grow, you change. No two seasons of life are the same, is that bad? No, it just demands for flexibility and letting go of always being in control. When I accept the spilled milk, the tattling, the interruption, the macaroons on the porch and compare them in light of the rewards of motherhood – a higher calling Gods entrusted to me and a humbling for my growth, it changes my attitude. I start to be thankful for those four lives God gave me. It’s not glamorous or easy. Its a daily choice I make everyday. After all, attitude is like a good photo editing filter. It can take a somewhat mundane scene from drab to crisp and beautiful.  Happy Mother’s Day to mothers, daughters, and mothers to be. What are some of your favorite memories of your mom? I’d love to hear.

there’s no was to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a good one – jill churchill


Mom’s Day Gift Guide

by Shalice Noel

Mother's Day final


1. Pierre Hardy bag with metallic gold. Isn’t this amazing? FARFETCH 

2. This candle that makes my living room smell dreamy CAPRI BLUE

3. White cotton PJ’s with navy piping? YES PLEASE KATE SPADE 

4. I want a fiddle leaf plant from Home Depot but the hubs knows me better: faux fiddle leaf at ONE KINGS LANE (#blackthumb)

5. Get her an INSTA-worthy towel for her beach trip THE BEACH PEOPLE

6. Because she needs to update her breakfast in bed selfies: try the grey tufted headboard from ONE KINGS LANE 

What do you want for Mother’s Day? XO

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