MOM TALK MONDAY: APPLE OF MY EYE

 

Happy Monday Mamas!

Today, I am doing something a little different, but also something I am SO excited about.
I don’t want to give too much information away, but what I can say is that I will be starting something new!! I figured I would start utilizing my Mom Talk Monday posts and turning them into printable PDF’s where you can print them off at home to share with your family! I will be sharing them through giveaways on my stories, picking out individuals to send it to who comment on my IG photos, or whenever I am in the mood for giving.

I of course, will be letting you know about these printable and what they consist of, but for now and for this week I wanted you ALL to be able to receive my first printable. Yay! It is a cute, fun, Fall checklist for everything you can and should do this Fall with your toddlers and families. To be able to get access to this PDF, be sure to subscribe to my newsletter HERE. That’s it. I am only sharing my first printable with those who are subscribers.

Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable!

The newsletter will be launching on Thursday. So just be sure you subscribe today and any time before Thursday and you will have full access to print off this darling printable to cross everything off with your kids. Edison and I have already done 3 out of the 9 activities, so I am excited to print off my own Fall Checklist to be able to see our progress before winter is here! Glad we still have a little bit more time to get everything crossed off.

I really hope you guys are excited about this new fun thing we are starting at Navy Grace and find them helpful, useful and fun of course.

Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable!

Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable! Crossing off things on our Fall Bucket List that are great for toddlers & families. You can too, by subscribing to my newsletter for a free printable!


striped cardigan: Vici Dolls – similar here + here  |  black mock neck top: similar here + here  |  denim: Nordstrom  |  booties: Shoes.com

Edison’s top: similar here  |  black jeans: Zara – similar here  |  combat boots: similar here + here

Gathre Mat  |  Plum and Sparrow Basket 

Last Monday Edison and I ventured up to Julian to take some “fall” photos. Since Fall doesn’t seem to come around San Diego or Southern California for about another month or less. It is one of my favorite Fall traditions to go up and feel the crisp air and watch the leaves turn colors. I think we were a bit too early for the leaves, but it was a lot cooler there than San Diego, so that made us quite happy!

Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE so you can get our first ever printable PDF!!

xo, Camilla

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