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About Target Littles | It’s no secret that we all find solace and delight in a guilt-free stroll down the Target aisles — sometimes with kids in tow, and sometimes blissfully alone sipping on an iced coffee. (You, too?)
As a single mom to three active boys ( ages 7, 13, and 15), an interior designer (for fun), blogger, magazine editor, and wardrobe stylist (for 15+ years), and now renovating a 100-year-old farmhouse (alone) – I often find my Target strolls to be both fun and therapeutic.
Grab your red cart with your latte in hand, and meet me in any of the Target aisles. Together we will find, create and dream up fun outfits, decorate interiors, make yummy recipes, crafts, throw parties, style outfits – all with our Target finds.
I will even get personal and show you some of my own projects at my 100-year-old farmhouse!
About Me | Chances are, if you have kiddos or have ever pinned an image to a kids’ Pinterest board, you have come across my work. I am known as the creator of the kids’ fashion magazine, Babiekins, and sought after in the industry for my creative direction, wardrobe/prop, and interior styling for more than 15 years.
Adopted at the age of 5 from São Paulo, Brasil, my life has been less than picture-perfect but I try and find beauty in everything. I am currently renovating a 100-year-old farmhouse in Northwest Arkansas on a couple of acres of land. As a single mom, this is challenging to say the least. But I’m taking it one step at a time, watching lots of Youtube tutorials and saying lots of prayers.
I am so excited to be able to share what inspires me, my current projects, and turning how I turn my Target finds into things that bring joy, happiness, fun, and beauty to my daily life!
Mint Chocolate Chip
Nacho Libre (she watches it with her boys)
Michael Todd (Pastor of Transformation Church)
Yellow because it’s bright and positive