Hello Cakelets! Today our family is embarking on a trip to Jamaica. This is our first time traveling to a new place together, and we couldn’t be more excited to escape into the unknown, and experience a new culture. Yesterday, on instagram I shared a peek at what we’ll be packing, and I got some great advice on what to bring on the plane to keep the kiddo entertained. After gathering up all the essentials for our trip, I thought it would be fun to share are few of Liam and I’s traveling essentials.
my suit: lolli / his suit: rash guard + swim trunks / my bag: woven tribal tote / his bag: color art gift set / my shoes: leather sandals / his shoes: navy slip-on shoes / my book: Where’d you go, Bernadette by Maria Semple / his book: Oh, the places you’ll go! by Dr Seuss / my snack: Pirate’s Booty / his snack: Haribo Gummy-Bears / my juice: pina colada / his juice: Honest Kids fruit punch
We’ll be staying at Mr & Mrs Smith Hotels, Goldeneye, and Round Hill Hotel & Villa, which are both super family friendly. We’re really excited to try out the kids club at Round Hill, and we’ll report back with all the fun activities.
Off we go! You can follow our adventures on Instagram at @jilly100lc , @100_layercake and @100layercakelet .
As much as we love sun-drenched days that are filled with refreshingly cold treats, running the hose over the kiddos, and outdoor meals all day, the moody vibe in these photos (shot on film), by Jonathan Hanson, make us want to trade that all in for canoe rides through misty waters and waterfront porch swinging.
They’re definitely going to love looking back at these photos when they’re older.
Imagine this as your playground. Amazing, isn’t it?
These are the moments! Thanks for sharing this beautiful family with us, Jonathan!
Newborn hair is pretty much the best thing ever, given your baby has some locks upon arrival, of course. But little Annie Ruth here, she’s got the cutest little head of hair going on. It’s pretty obvious mom & dad are pretty smitten over her. Take a look at these sweet photos taken by Black & Hue Photography…
What a great idea for a simple little mobile, no? A few found branches, feathers, and string, done.
Just the sweetest. Welcome little Annie Ruth!
Photography: Black & Hue Photography
Crib + Bedding: Restoration Hardware
Gold Owl: vintage
Stuffed Bunny: Jellycat from boutique in Thomasville called Firefly
Stuffed Fox: Anthropologie
Art Prints above changing table: Society6
Changing Table: West Elm
Changing Table Baskets: Target