Wish List Wednesday

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Is it really the middle of March? How is this even possible? Daylight savings came and went, leaving us all in need of an extra cup of caffeine on Monday; Maddie Mae turned nine months over the weekend, and St. Patrick's day is just a few days away. Time flies when your chasing after a tiny, crawling human. 

With spring just around the corner- despite the fact that this weather is having a serious identity crisis- we've been doing some early spring cleaning, brainstorming some redecorations, and planning a few upcoming trips.

Here are five things I've got my eyes on lately: 

 Image via Pinterest  

Image via Pinterest  

1. Pin-worthy Playroom: Now that MM is mobile-as-ever, the small playmat that kept us endlessly entertained the first several months of her life is just not doing the trick anymore. I've taken to Pinterest to brainstorm some playroom ideas, and hope to redecorate in the upcoming months. Sorry, Mr. Macko, the man cave is an endangered species.

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2. M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E: Or in this case, Minnie. But regardless, it's true folks: we are going to the happiest place on Earth! And if you think I won't be rocking Minnie Mouse kicks, you'd be mistaken.

 Image via Pinterest

Image via Pinterest

3. Tata Harper: Currently obsessed with this 100% natural and nontoxic skincare line made "with love" in Vermont. My sister recommended the line a while back after a fab facial; and I just recently started using their Regenerating Cleanser as a daily exfoliant- and I LOVE. 

 Image via Pottery Barn  

Image via Pottery Barn  

4. Greenwich Doll House: While researching Easter goodies for MM's basket I came across this precious doll house on PB Kids. My sister grew up with a stunning handpainted version, and I always hoped to buy one for my little one someday. She's still too young to appreciate, or even care about, one of these beauties; but this one is certainly on my radar. 

 Image via  Malia Mills   

Image via Malia Mills  

 5. Malia Mills Maillot: I've mentioned before {here} that I'm big into one pieces these days; and sometimes it can be a struggle to find one that's equal parts functional and fashionable. I've always loved Malia Mills for her super cute separates, and I'm just as impressed by her one-piece options. They're definitely an investment, but one that's well worth it.