Happy New Year!! I’m so excited to see what 2018 will bring!!

It’s freezing cold here. Literally. Today was 1 degree! I was NOT interested in going outside to take pictures, so you get this slightly dark picture in front of our mantel. 🙂 At least it’s a picture! I haven’t been putting makeup on….the first trimester fatigue is very real and strong and makeup is low on my list.

The sweater and skirt are from Stitch Fix and I use this sweater with so many different outfits. It’s so soft! I’m thrilled that Stitch Fix decided to extend their rare offer and allow first time customers to have a box sent to them totally free! The $20 styling fee is waived until the end of January, so now is your chance to try it out!

Here is the latest Stitch Fix package I received in the mail! I kept the pink cardigan. 🙂

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I’m wearing the popular colors on parade Flexi Clip in a XS size. They just released this style in a beautiful pearls and silver color for January only! It’s stunning!

This is the Penelope clip!

What I Wore

Skirt – Stitch Fix

White Shirt – JCPenny

Sweater – Stitch Fix

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

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8 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. Caroline, I didn’t know that you were expecting! I am so very happy for you. I’ve not been by for awhile. I spent the majority of 2017 in a breast cancer battle, and I will continue it into 2018. Radiation begins in a few days. God has performed many miracles along the way, I am in remission.

    Father God, I thank you for this new child that Caroline is carrying. I speak life, hope, health, and peace to this child in Jesus’ name. I plead the blood of Jesus over Caroline, her husband, and all their children for sure salvation, peace, and provision in Jesus’ name.

    Hugs to you Caroline!
    I’ll tell you to rest like they tell me. You’ll find it just as hard as I do, too. ~smile~ A mother’s work is never done, but I do hope you find peace, hope and joy in the journey. You are BLESSED!

    Laura Lane
    Harvest Lane Cottage
    Carthage, Missouri

    • Laura, I’m so sorry you are battling breast cancer. :/ I just stopped and prayed for you. How fantastic that you are in remission! I hope the radiation goes well.

      I’m definitely resting a lot during the first trimester!

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