How did you and Mark meet? In college, I guess I haven't really written much about it.
Were you college sweethearts? Not really. We started dated April of his Senior year...seems like I eventually will have to write about this.
The story behind Behr's name: Behr came from Mark's great-grandmother's maiden name. You can read the story of how we chose Behr here.
How is Behr's name pronounced? Behr is pronounced like the paint company or animal, not like the asprin.
Diapers: Pampers Sensative, but we tried gDiapers (you can read about it here)
Wipes: Huggies Naturals, I am sensitive to smells, and these are mild
Crib: We have the Bloom Alma Mini Crib. At 16 months Behr still fit just fine. Here are some pictures that may help to give you an idea http://instagr.am/p/HJ9eq7EkD9/ and a picture of him standing (and looking guilty) here: http://instagr.am/p/G6RVTNkkH9/
Farm Shares / Eating Local:
more coming soon!
I love TOMs. I get a fair number of questions about them (maybe since I wrote a million Saturday Shoe posts on the subject...) but I do love them and would highly recommend a pair.
Favorite shops: J.Crew, Banana Republic, Boden, and recently Ann Taylor Loft. I shop clearance whenever possible, and try to figure out how something will fit into my wardrobe before I buy it.
Mom fashion: My work style changed a lot after having a baby. First I teporarily stopped wearing all my dresses in order to better accomodate pumping/breast feeding. Now that I am back to wearing dresses, I try to stick to items that are easy to wash and patterns. I don't often get baby grub on me before I leave for work, but inevitably it is the days I am wearing a solid color shirt or dress. Patterns hide a multitude of stains!
Maternity Clothes: I tried to buy as little as possible, and again focused on dresses. But hands down, my favorite go-to item was my Ingrid & Isabel Ruched Tank. They sell them at target for less under the brand "be maternity"
I also answered questions here and here that you might be interested in reading. Thanks for stopping by, and as always, feel free to ask your questions.