Week 4 in Durango

We have almost been in Durango for a month, and time is literally flying by, which is giving me anxiety. I am not ready to return to Houston, although I would give anything to hug my friends and family. In the past week, we have seen multiple deer lingering in our yard and our neighbors, taken (almost) daily walks to the local handcrafted ice cream shop – Cream Bean Berry, gone on 2-mi. morning walks with the beautiful crisp air, finished Photo 101, started Floral Arranging 101, and learning so much in Illustrator 101. We also visited Sutcliffe Vineyards, ate at Carver’s Brewery (dying over their veggie burger), and  Sasha’s mom, her friend, my sister, and her boyfriend all visited. It was a busy week, but we enjoyed every second of it. One of my best friends arrives next week with her baby, Lillian, who was born 26 days after Isla. I cannot wait!


Isla’s Baby Gap romper – love that bow at the waist (similar here)


Daily walks to the Animas River with the whole family are the highlight of my day


Jill is already one strike down on the babysitting tally (re: drinking and holding)! // Dinner at Grassburger happens far too often


This is the face she makes when she is gurgling – totally purses her little lips (more of this outfit here)


Isla loves to fist pump in her Gap Star Bubble Bodysuit (now on sale!)


My hair is now in constant pony tails because she loves to grab things – like her dad’s Serbian Orthodox chain necklace

Pattern play in her Carter’s top, Baby Gap striped pants and Trumpette socks

Hanging out on one of her Mimi’s colorful quilts

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Belle is in heaven


Straight CHEESIN’ – in her J. Crew tank in flower patch and Baby Gap shorts


I couldn’t love her any more


Going on a walk in my J. Crew tank (I live in these), Nordstrom fedora (similar) and Chloe sunglasses (similar) – Isla’s Baby Gap hat looks like a mushroom here!


Ready to play fetch


Practicing standing with her Tata


One happy little patriotic sailor


I want this Janie and Jack romper for myself! I love the bow on the back

10 Responses to “Week 4 in Durango”

    • aileepetrovic

      Thank you, Mallory!! I hope all is well with you. Dad told me you’re at Athletic Orthopedics & Knee Center now – that is literally right behind our house. We need to get together when I’m back from CO.

      I LOVED the class – I think it was totally worth it.


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