Reservoir & Wood // TSF Sponsor

2013/06/14

Let me introduce you to our new sponsor, Reservoir & Wood. Owned by Erin Murphy, designer of one of my favorite brands {EM} Reservoir and my wedding dress. Now you can buy {EM} Reservoir pieces and more at her Beacon, NY location or online. My favorite part is that she makes a big effort to carry things created by independent and local designers and has curated a great selection. Go check ‘em out! And until Sunday you can grab your last minute Father’s Day gift at 20% off with the code FATHER20. This chambray tie would be perfect for all those summer weddings coming up.

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3 comments

  • Sylvaine

    Hello, I’ve just discovered your site/blog and I find it very inspiring. As you’re sensible to the senses, I have an advice for you, if you allow. I’ve had my 2 children in a hospital (in France) where you could have a “natural” birth. That is to say, no epidural, no monitoring, no legs strapped in a chair where every one could have a look at you labouring… My husband and I used the Haptonomy technique in order to be able to go through the pain (http://www.haptonomy.org/) Why am I telling you all this ? With no medicine help, a first baby can take up to 10 hours to arrive. I had received the advice from an old midwife that if you drank sage herbal tea on the last month, it would speed the labour process. So for a month, every evening, I would drink sage herbal tea (I bought it at the local pharmacy). It really helped me with the labour that lasted 2 hours for each baby instead of 10
    Now my 2 babies are young adults…
    For the name choosing, my daughter’s advice is that it is better to choose a name that can be pronounced correctly all over the world. Her name is Marion. In France, you pronounce the A as in black, but in Ireland, where she studied, it was pronounced A as in baby and she hated it…

    Kind regards
    Sylvaine

  • natalie

    Thank you for the wonderful advice Slyvaine! Also thanks to your daughter, Marion is a beautiful name, especially when pronounced correctly.

  • Carmella

    Love!

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