Guest: Lauren Hufnagl
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Lauren Hufnagl is a wife and mother of one (and one on the way!) living in Central Pennsylvania. She shares her adventures in renovating and decorating her tiny 1930's Tudor-style home, DIY projects, and favorite products for little ones over on her blog A Lovely Lark in addition to writing for Apartment Therapy.

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Guest: Lauren Hufnagl on October 17, 2013

10 Best Babywearing Costumes

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By Guest: Lauren Hufnagl

I haven’t decided if I’m going to bring my six-month-old along with us while we trick-or-treat this year, but if I do she’ll most decidedly be going in the Ergobaby carrier. I’ve been looking for costume inspiration for her, and I’ve rounded up ten of the cutest babywearing costumes on the web: Harry Potter Baby…Continue reading

Guest: Lauren Hufnagl on July 18, 2013

A Day Trip to the Beach with Baby

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By Guest: Lauren Hufnagl

We’re thinking of taking a day trip to the beach. I wanted to go longer, but my husband thinks it will be a big hassle with the baby. I’ve been trying to think of everything we’ll need to make the trip go smoothly:  1. I’m thinking some sort of sun shade is in order. Although…Continue reading

Guest: Lauren Hufnagl on February 08, 2013

Valentine’s Day DIY: Birch Veneer Artwork

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By Guest: Lauren Hufnagl

Here’s some easy (and inexpensive) DIY artwork for you just in time for Valentine’s Day: Step 1: You will need an X-acto knife, a piece of cardboard or other cutting surface, a glue stick, birch veneer paper (can be purchased here – I used the 12″x12″ size), and a print out of your text (flipped…Continue reading

Guest: Lauren Hufnagl on February 04, 2013

Baby Essentials

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By Guest: Lauren Hufnagl

I’m in the third trimester now with baby number two, and I’ve started to put a lot of thought into preparing for this new little one. Even though my first daughter, Violet, is only two-and-a-half, it’s amazing how quickly you forget about what things are needed/helpful in caring for an infant. When we were pregnant…Continue reading