The things we've been up to lately.

FIRST THINGS FIRST. Did anybody yet notice our REBRANDING?! I'm so excited to tell you that our blog has been rebranded from If These Walls Could Speak to The Wallace House. 

Our old blog name was just too long and because I wanted to move to a custom domain (no more!) I wanted something simple and easy to remember. From now on you can find our blog at If you forget and type in our old URL, don't worry! You will still find us because blogger will politely redirect you :)

OKAY on to my real post...

I know my update posts are always so random and all over the place with zero flow but I actually love updates on other blogs I follow because I feel like they give me a little peek into real, everyday life. And so I'm going to keep on trekking with my irregular, all over the place, random update posts.  Here is what life has looked like at the Wallace house lately!

*Phillip trying on headbands for me because I am hosting a headband-making party in a few weeks and was making samples and needed to test out the sizing. It's what you get for having the smallest head in the family. Sorry little buddy (although obviously not that sorry or I wouldn't be posting these pictures for the world to see...) At first he hated it...

But then I think he maybe got used to it?

*A little bit of mischief.

*A lot of toddler dance parties in our playroom.

*Self-feeding adventures.

*A birthday breakfast to celebrate my lovely grandma!

...complete with smiley face pancakes!

*Learning time play-date with BFF Emma.

*IHOP pancakes on national pancake day.

*and lots of lovin'!


1 comment

  1. I too like reading other people's updates! They are fun. I love the pictures of you and your boy in Sunday best... So precious!


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