There is something truly undeniable about the connection between mothers. We face experiences no one else really does. From the first welcome into the world, the the first night away.... all the way to when the kids are no longer kids, but taking the lessons you’ve taught them into the real world. Kids have changed our lives over and over again. We spend so much time figuring out the “right” way to raise a child, but deep down we are growing right there with them. So when it comes to Mother's day, and what it means to be a mother, we want to know: what has your child taught you?
A common theme— patience: "For me, Emery has taught me patience and how to love deeper than I ever imagined my heart could! She has taught me how precious time is with her and as a working mom sometimes it is easy to get off track. I always take the time to remember to slow down and focus on what’s most important which is her and her soon to be baby brother!"
On Mother's Day Traditions: We normally do breakfast or brunch as a family and also include my mom (Emery’s grandma). Depending on the weather we enjoy going to the park or our local farmers market to pick up some fresh flower bouquets.
On Darcy's fav pieces for Emery: "For her I love our twirl dresses. They are so soft and comfortable while still being super cute and fun with a little flare! I also love our bike shorts to go under all her dresses. They are the perfect length and let her still play and be a kid while wearing dress of just to match with a cute tee. For me I love our Elisabet dresses and anything from our Pima cotton collection!!"