Alright fall, it’s on.

I pulled out my favorite knee high boots this weekend. So what that they’re five years old and have had the sole replaced numerous times. They’re weathered and comfortable and lovely. I’m keeping them around another year for sure. Armed with my boots, I’m going out and stepping on all the crunchy leaves (seriously, there are crunchy leaves already).

We spent the weekend with family celebrating a wedding and eating far too much. I’m ready to get all cozy this week with this CSA basket.

Farmer's Market & CSA Series {Week 20} | Things I Made Today

Here are some ideas of how to get cozy with me:



Butternut Squash

Acorn Squash

Red Onion



People have asked me, probably because of Theo’s admirable thighs, what it is exactly I’ve been feeding him these last couple of months.

Up until a couple weeks ago, I was hesitant to discuss it on the blog, but my confidence has slowly been building. I want to talk about it. I am by no means an expert, and I admit that I have a sample size of one. But that sample size is happy, healthy and an eager eater. So maybe my experience will be valuable to someone else. Let’s hope so.

What Theo's Eating, 8 Months | Things I Made Today

First, I’ll preface all of with the obvious statement: talk to your pediatrician about what you feed your baby. Do not take my advice (nor anyone else’s) without first talking to your doctor. And also, trust your instincts. read the rest »

My mom came over last week, and with her, she brought a pumpkin.

It’s here, I realized. Pumpkin season has begun. It’s not even October (okay tomorrow it will be) and pumpkin spiced-everything has taken over. Instead of fighting it like I usually do, I’ll join you guys, in the best way I know how: with pumpkin ginger ice cream.

Pumpkin Ginger Ice Cream | Things I Made Today read the rest »