GIVEAWAY with Jordan Stewart Boutique

Fashion, Motherhood

This has to be one of my favourite giveaways to host of ALL TIME because someone will win a $200 gift credit to one of my favourite shops Jordan Stewart Boutique!!! So many of you ask me where I shop and where I find most of my dresses and this is exactly where! I’m so happy that one of you will be able to pick out something nice for yourself, too. 🙂

Jordan Stewart was also kind enough to offer a discount code to those of you who can’t wait until the end of the giveaway. This code will be valid for 7 days from this post and you will receive 20% off your order when shopping online **insert happy dance!** 😉

Use CODE: Jordan20 at checkout to save 20%

Heres how to enter:

  1. Follow myself (@suzannetoth) & Jordan Stewart Boutique (@jordanstewart_lotd) on Instagram
  2. Like this photo offering the contest
  3. Comment about which outfit I ended up choosing for our wedding anniversary dinner.

Thats it!!!

Contest will run until the Monday morning June 30th 2018. For a 2nd entry, comment below on which outfit you think I’m going with! 🙂

Good luck!! 🙂


Moving forward

Fashion, Health, Motherhood

Life isn’t always perfect. You will have good days, bad days, and even sometimes bad weeks, but if you try to learn from even the bad times I think thats important. This week was one of those weeks that was one of the scariest I’ve had in my life. Luckily for me, the lumps they found in my breasts were NON cancerous and I thank God for that.

The day that I went in to find out the results, was the only day I really felt at peace. I had a little moment where I envisioned myself as a grandmother and I had a grandchild on my lap and I was showing them photos of their mom and said “Look how cute your Mom was!” to them. The rest of the day was just as magical. Mia had some beautiful light surrounding her all day as if it was a sign for me to know everything was okay and there was someone watching over me. I kept Owen home too because I wasn’t sure what the next Doctors appointment would hold and I wanted to have him with me before I found out. I was able to hear him clearer. I’m always listening to his stories and ideas he has but I heard him more clearly. I was more present in every word he said.

That’s what I want to take from all of this. Being present. Listening and reallllllly listening to what my kids have to say. The present is something we can’t get back and I never ever want to take it for granted. x0

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