April Favorites


Wow where has April gone!! This month has flown by and summer is almost here! Just wanted to share some of my favorites from this month. Hope you enjoy!!

VitaRain ZeroIf you have a Costco obsession like Liz and I, then grab a pack of this stuff! This Kirkland version is so much better than the name brand Vitamin Water! We probably drink too much of it, but when I’m super thirsty and water isn’t satisfying, I run to this!

One-Minute Romance for Couples This was a little book I grabbed from the Christian book store. With my husband’s crazy and busy work schedule, it’s so hard for us to find time together. This book was the perfect answer! “This pocket-size trove of short, open-ended questions is sure to spark fun and meaningful conversations that will help you connect on many levels.”



Liz’s Boxed Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate BrowniesShe’s made these brownies like 3 or 4 times this month and I keep telling her to stop! We down them always in like two days, haha! They are seriously the best though. I know boxed brownies seem lame, but for some reason I can’t get enough of them!



Rey Swimwear– I absolutely love Rey Swimwear! This is my second suit from this company. The styles are all inspired by Audrey Hepburn and their motto is “Who says it has to be itsy bitsy?” They make modest swimsuits that still make you feel beautiful! I ordered this style before our quick trip to Las Vegas for my sister-in-law’s wedding. They are a little pricey, but the quality is so worth it! I also love that they are an ethical fashion company that focuses on true beauty.


TV Shows My husband and I watched the first season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix last year right after my daughter was born and it was hilarious! The second season is out now and has us laughing again! My other favorite show that I’ve been waiting for is Call the Midwife on PBS. They are on season 5, so definitely start from the first season if it peaks your interest. The show follows a group of midwives in the poor city of Poplar, England in the 1950s. I love historical fiction and the show definitely tugs at your emotional strings. 










What have been some of your favorites this month?!



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