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Most Memorable Posts of 2016

2016 is coming to a close and I am joining my Five Minute Friday crew on a special link up today. This year has been a huge year of growth for my blog. I’ve increased my readership and had numerous opportunities arise as a result of my commitment to provide authentic content for my readers.

To start with here are some exciting numbers for the year:

-Number of views: 7,745

-Number of visitors: 4,396

-Number of posts: 262

I have doubled my statistics in every area since 2015 making 2016 my most successful year yet as far as readership and publication go. Thank you for all of your support as readers!

Here are my Most Memorable Posts of 2016:

1. Stitch Fix #7

This was my most popular post of the year in part because it was featured on the Stitch Fix website. As a result of this post, I became a Stitch Fix influencer this year which has allowed me to gain some compensation for my posts from their program.



2. English Rain Jacket

While visiting loved ones in England this summer I highlighted some of the fashions sweeping the nation.


3. 24 Book Challenge

This was a challenge I published at the beginning of the year to get myself reading some different and unique book choices. It has been really successful and many others have joined me on the journey to read 24 books this year.

Book Challenge 2016


4. Two Announcements

This very special post is where I made the announcement that I was officially accepted as a Stitch Fix Influencer as well as my first ever poem would be published in the Five Minute Friday book.



5. Lula Roe Review

I hosted a Lula Roe party at the end of the summer and have been in love with the company ever since!



Thank you again from the bottom of my heart for making 2016 a successful year for The Ameri Brit Mom. To think that two years ago I hadn’t ever published anything beyond a Facebook status to where I am today is such a humbling thought. I am so encouraged by those of you who make reading my blog a priority and I look forward to bigger adventures in 2017. To God be the Glory!

The Ameri Brit Mom


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Last Minute Gift Guide


Six days and counting until the BIG morning. I envy each and every one of you who have finished all of your purchases (not to mention those over achievers out there who have already wrapped your gifts too!)

If your family is anything like mine the next six days will be full of fun gathered with the people you love. Christmas dinners. Church programs. Caroling. Holiday parties with friends. All of these precious moments are truly the reason for the season. One thing that shouldn’t get in the way of these celebrations is the daunting list of gifts that may still need to be purchased.

A quick way to take care of those fashion lovers in your life is to give them the gift of style. Ordering a Stitch Fix gift card takes only a few minutes and the digital gift card will appear in your email inbox.

You can give a gift card to someone who is currently enrolled in the Stitch Fix program or you can provide an opportunity for someone to try it for the very first time. With a Stitch Fix gift card you are allowing your loved ones to create their own style from the selection of informed stylists.

As we head into the final stretch of this Christmas season don’t let gift giving be a stressor. Use my link to the Stitch Fix website and select the gift card option in the upper right hand corner. Ever since I started with Stitch Fix I have been pleased with my shipments and now that I am a Stitch Fix Influencer I may receive compensation for your purchases and for spreading the love of fashion to those of you who cross paths with me in the blogosphere.

Whatever you decide to give this Holiday Season I hope you do so with love and that you remember that the reason for this season isn’t the decking of the halls, the expenses gifts, or the football games, but rather the celebration of the things most dear to our hearts.

Merry Christmas,

The Ameri Brit Mom 

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Dressing and Educating: Days 69-73


Day 69: November 28, 2016

Monday after a long Thanksgiving break is rough. Not only was I physically exhausted long before usual, but today was also a tragic day for my city. At just after 9:30am a man of Somali descent crashed his vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians on the campus of Ohio State University. He emerged from his vehicle armed with a knife and began to stab people around him. Luckily, within minutes a security guard responded and neutralized the suspect quickly.

Although the fatality numbers were limited to the suspect it was still a tragic day as many students and faculty members of the nearby college were overcome with fear as they went to work and/or school. As a city the reality of threats and radical behavior have become real and security has been increased as a result. It was a strange day and I spent much of my off-periods tuned in to local news and browsing social media to ensure that my friends were all safe. It was such a strange and emotional day.

I was wearing a pair of LulaRoe OS leggings, a navy dress, beige cardigan and boots.



Day 70: November 29, 2016

I came in ready to start some new content in my classes today. In English, I introduced the Young Adult novel that my classes will be reading for the next several weeks. Not a Drop to Drink was written by Mindy McGinnis and last school year she visited with our students who had just finished reading her book. Every year the students leave my introduction lesson excited for this post-apocalyptic novel.

In Honors World History, I introduced the Industrial Revolution unit with a discussion of primary sources about the Agricultural Revolution in England. We discussed the Enclosure Movement and how it led to urbanization and the dawn of the industrial age.

I was wearing a silver sweater from Kohls, black pants from The Limited and black TOMS.



Day 71: November 30, 2016

This morning the Guidance Department at my school took my English classes to the computer lab to complete a survey about their needs and goals. As a result, I had some unplanned free periods to catch up on grading, planning, and data crunching. I was beyond grateful for this time as I was feeling a little overwhelmed about everything I needed to do outside of the regular activities of the classroom. As a teacher these types of days are golden!

In History, we spent more time investigating sources about the Enclosure Movement. Students were asked to decide if it was a positive or negative era in British History using evidence from the provided sources. We held an informal Socratic seminar where each student had the opportunity to voice their opinion and respond to the others in the class.

I was wearing navy slacks from Old Navy, a mint green scarf, matching camisole, a silver sweater and my favorite Sperrys.



Day 72: December 1, 2016

I officially ended my tutoring group for Air Make up testing today. For the past month I’ve been staying several days a week for an extra hour and a half to tutor students who failed last year’s state tests. It’s been a very positive experience and has helped me as a teacher as I’ve taken the opportunity to examine the tests at a greater length.

In English today we continued reading Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis. We discussed the mood in the beginning of the story. In Honors World History, students were assigned reading last night and so we addressed the reading through questions and class discussion.

Today I wore a new sweater/tunic from The Limited, a blanket scarf, khakis and black boots.



Day 73: December 2, 2016


In English, my students were introduced to a new writing assignment. Once a quarter I assign them a writing prompt on Vantage, an online writing tool that my school has purchased for the past three years. Students are able to submit writing on this site and receive feedback and space to improve that writing. This is a valuable tool when utilized alongside class material and instruction. I always set a deadline for the writing to be finished and take the highest score for each student as they are able to submit their writing numerous times during the allotted window. This time around they are writing an argument and were given three prompts to choose from.

In Honors World History, we started our Friday as we usually do by watching CNN Student News and discussing worldwide news stories. Then, we jumped into our curriculum and reviewed the content from the week. I also introduced a new project in that class. Students were given three options for an Industrial Revolution project. They could write a story, make a poster, or create a presentation.

Today I wore a printed tank from Stitch Fix #6 , a cardigan from Stitch Fix #3, jeans from Stitch Fix #8 , and ankle boots.

Which outfit was your favorite this week?


The Ameri Brit Mom

Fashion · stitch fix · Uncategorized

Stitch Fix #9

For the first time ever my Stitch Fix actually snuck up on me and I was completely surprised when I found my box on my porch after school. I had been so caught up in my life, new diet, sick child, and school work to remember that it was about time for my next Stitch Fix to arrive.

Around the holiday season I have to tighten the budget a bit so I want you to know upfront that since it had slipped my mind I wasn’t prepared to drop a bunch of money on this Stitch Fix. In the end I only ended up purchasing one piece, but that doesn’t mean I totally hated my items. I was still rather pleased with what I received, but in November I tend to focus more on buying for others than for myself.

Here’s a look into my box.

1. Elisa Dress (Collective Concepts)/Sutro Open Knit Infinity Scarf (Octavia)


The wrap style dress is so beautiful and elegant. I love the fall hues and the fit of this piece. It’s a dress that can so easily go from professional to casual with the right accents. It pairs perfectly with the color of the scarf. I only ended up buying the dress, but if I had more of a budget to work with the scarf would have been my second choice. The color is very hot right now and it could be worn so many ways.

2. Rufus Crew Neck Blouse (41 Hawthorn)


I wasn’t a huge fan of the fit of this top. My torso is a bit long so the panel for the shirt hit in an awkward place. The black panel at the bottom was see through and I just felt like the whole top was unflattering to my body shape/figure. I loved the color scheme. Black and white tops are so easy to accessorize  and dress up, but I just felt like the fit of this top made it one not worth purchasing.

3. Locklyn Cowl Neck Pullover (RD Style)


This was another top that didn’t fit quite right. The shirt was too short for my torso, so much so that if I were to lift my hands my stomach would show. It was an instant “no” for me for that very reason. If it was longer, I would have liked the concept. It was cute and warm.

4. Hampton Corduroy Skinny Jean (Edyson)


I will spare you the image of myself wearing these pants. They did not quite fit. I’m not sure if it is due to the fact that they are skinny jeans, but they were tight in all the wrong places.

It was kind of disappointing that only two pieces actually fit in this Stitch Fix, but it’s probably better for my bank account that it worked out that way. I really didn’t have the cash to buy my whole box this go around so I was happy with the outcome. I did not leave a note for my stylist this time around (like I said, it slipped my mind.) It is important to communicate your wishes with your stylist so I blame myself for the fact that I didn’t end up loving more of my pieces.

**It is also important to note that if I had wanted to there is now an option to exchange pieces on the Stitch Fix site when you go to check out. If there is a piece you love, but it is in the wrong size you can select to exchange it free of charge.

If you are thinking about giving Stitch Fix a try or know someone who is unsure about it, and you want to give them a chance to try it risk-free there are two links below for you.

First, if you want to give it a try use this link to sign up. By using my link you give me credit for referring you to Stitch Fix. I am currently a Stitch Fix Influencer which means I may be compensated for this blog post and/or your signing up if you use my link.

Secondly, if you know someone who already has Stitch Fix or is thinking about giving it a try you can give the gift of Stitch Fix for Christmas. Use this link to purchase a gift card. Once on the website, click on the Gift Cards tab.I will receive 15% commission if you use this link so I would appreciate if you used it when making a gift card purchase.

Stitch Fix has been a rewarding experience for me. I almost always love the entire box that I receive and I’ve been featured on some of their social media for my posts and experiences with the company. Let me know if you have any Stitch Fix questions.

Happy Holidays!


The Ameri Brit Mom



Dressing and Educating: Days 57-61


Day 57: November 7, 2016

My week was off to a busy, but great start. I had missed the last day of the previous week so I entered my classroom to find stacks of ungraded work and several emails that needed to be addressed. As a teacher, it is easier to come to school than to deal with writing substitute plans and to catch up upon returning after absence. I try not to miss except for emergencies for that reason.

I wore a navy tunic from my Stitch Fix, leggings from LulaRoe, and boots.


Day 58: November 8, 2016

Happy Election Day!

I woke up early with hopes of casting my ballot prior to school. However, when I pulled into my precinct polling station the long line and lack of parking spots kept me from my usual election day routine. I decided to go to school and used my lengthy lunch period to get away and perform my civic duty.

Most my classroom discussions centered around the historic election which would take place in the evening. We voted in each class and watched clips from the weekend’s 60 Minutes segment on the dark mood for this election.

I wore khaki leggings, an Old Navy tank, and an olive button-up from Kohls.



Day 59: November 9, 2016

After a wild night of watching the election results into the wee hours of the morning I was happy to come to class and discuss the inner workings of the electoral college with my students. We discussed how the electoral college process influenced the results of the election and we also watched Trump’s Acceptance Speech and Clinton’s Concession Speech and discussed observations from both. It was a high energy kind of day, and so it was a little hard running on what little sleep I had stored up the night before.

I wore black skinny pants from The Limited, a warm sweater from Stitch Fix and boots.



Day 60: November 10, 2016

Back to the regular curriculum today after focusing on the election for two days.

I felt recovered from my lack of sleep on Tuesday night as I jumped back into teaching MLA format in English and about the attempted escape and capture of King Louis XVI during the French Revolution.

My top was from Charming Charlie, my pants from Kohls, and I also wore warm moccasins on this chilly Ohio day.


Day 61: November 11, 2016

Happy Veteran’s Day!

My classes were cut short today as my school held their annual assembly to honor local veterans. The assembly went smoothly and our students were respectful of those in attendance. This Veteran’s Day means a little more to me than those of the past. On Tuesday, my baby cousin left for basic training. I’m so proud of him for his decision to serve our country, but as I listened to the speaker discuss his tales of combat I felt a few butterflies in my stomach as I picture Quinton will have a similar story throughout his future in the service. I’m so thankful for the men and women of this country who sacrifice so much so that I have the rights and freedoms that I have as a US citizen. No matter what you think about the elections that took place earlier in the week, we need to all remember that America is still such a blessed country.

To show my support on Veterans Day I wore red, white, and blue. My flannel shirt was from Charlotte Russe, my navy puffer vest is from J.Crew, and I wore jeans from Charlotte Russe and ankle booties.

Which style was your favorite this week?


The Ameri Brit Mom

Fashion · Uncategorized

Stitch Fix Gift Cards!


I’m full of all the good intentions in the world.

As soon as the first frost hits I immediately begin to think about Christmas. Every holiday season I aim to get all of my gifts purchased well in advance so that the pressures to get it all done never overshadow the most wonderful time of the year. I don’t want to trade caroling, crafting, or spending time with family to stand in long lines at retailers. Like many of you, those aspirations of finishing my shopping before Thanksgiving never really play out. In part, because I’m a pressure-prompted person, but also in part to the number of shopping trips it takes to make sure everyone on my list receives exactly what they want.

That’s why I’m so excited about the new gift cards available from Stitch Fix this season.

All it takes is a few clicks and many of my fashion-conscious friends are taken care of. Each person who receives a gift card can choose to use it on pieces they like from future Stitch Fixes. Also, if you have a friend who has mentioned wanting to try Stitch Fix you can jump start their signup with some money in their account. They will still need to fill out a Style Profile, but the money from their gift card will be credited to them once they get set up.

Just in time for the Holiday season, Stitch Fix Men has launched. Now the men in your life can embrace the Stitch Fix experience. Gift cards can also be applied to Men accounts.

Since I started with Stitch Fix last fall, I’ve been pleased with every facet of the company. I’ve loved nearly every piece that has made its way to my home in the cute little box. Recently, I’ve been given the opportunity to earn some money to share my love for Stitch Fix and its products through the Influencer program. While I may be compensated to write this post, I am genuinely excited about the chance to spread Christmas cheer this year through the gift of Stitch Fix.

In order to purchase a gift card please use my hyperlink or click the image in the margin of my blog (doing so gives me referral credit which will lead to monetary compensation.)

Before we know it, Christmas will be here. Will you be ready?

The Ameri Brit Mom

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Dressing and Educating: Days 25-29


Day 25: September 19, 2016

I woke up this morning ready to tackle another five day week. It is the beginning of the second half of the grading period. It’s time to strap on the teacher hat for real as my students approach their first tests and projects. The newness is beginning to wear off and many students are already showing signs of apathy. My goal is to put the quits on those bad habits from the start. I brought the energy and excitement to the classroom this Monday served with a side of lectures about staying on top of course work.

I wore a striped maxi dress from Old Navy, a white cardigan from New York and Company, and Sperry Topsider flip flops.


Day 26: September 20, 2016

I’m excited to begin teaching a new novel. For the first time ever I will be teaching a unit on Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. In class today I set up the context of the setting with a brief American History lesson. The students engaged with ideas about the Dust Bowl, The Great Depression, and the migration to California in pursuit of the American Dream. Each student had a chance to describe their American dream and we discussed the dream that George and Lennie will be pursuing as we read Of Mice and Men. I used an interactive lesson to help students engage with the historical context of the novel.

In history we reviewed ideas about England and traced the monarchy from Queen Elizabeth I until the Glorious Revolution.

It was a fun day full of energy and positivity. I need more days like this throughout the year!

I was wearing my brand new Ilaria Crochet Trim Tunic by Alice Blue from Stitch Fix and leggings from Lula Roe with Sperry shoes. I loved this outfit today!


Day 27: September 21, 2016

I’ve made it through another Hump Day!

I don’t have much to complain about today. The weather is beautiful. My students have been engaged in the classroom. And my year is still off to a great start.

We cracked open Of Mice and Men today for the first time and already the mice are flying and my students are excited to keep reading. We examined primary sources about the Protestant Reformation, Thirty Years War, and the War of Austrian Succession today in honors history. It was fascinating to observe some of the discussions about religion and theology that took place in my class as a result of these documents. Overall, I had an enjoyable day!

I was dressed up in one of my first Stitch Fix scores from fix #2. This top is a Queensland Dolman Jersey Top by 41 Hawthorne. I paired this with khaki pants and my black, lace overlay Toms.


Day 28: September 22, 2016

It was a large coffee kind of morning. I woke up stiff and sore from a workout and tired as my body is combating the symptoms of allergies. So far I’ve been able to fend off an allergy flare up, but the true test lies ahead with dropping temperatures.

Luckily, I’ve been blessed with a great crop of students this year. They make rolling out of bed with aching joints and throbbing headaches worth all of the hassle. I look forward to my conversations with them about curriculum and their interests outside of the four walls of my classroom.

In English we learned a little bit about George and Lennie from Of Mice and Men. In history we compared and contrasted leaders from Austria and Prussia in the 1700s.

It was a great Thursday!

I wore a tunic from Primark in England, leggings from Old Navy, and a kimono from H&M.


Day 29: September 23, 2016


It was a great end to a great week today. Each of my classes took a review and each class earned participation points due to scores on the reviews. I was very proud of the progress that my classes have been making and I’m continuing to be pleased with their efforts and participation.

This Friday I was dressed from head to toe in Stitch Fix gear.

My top was Iglesia Pleated Blouse by Paper Moon from my fourth Stitch Fix.

My pants were Adorra Skinny Jean by Just Black from my latest Stitch Fix

My red Toms were from my fifth fix.

Here’s a recap of my style this week. Which look is your favorite?


The Ameri Brit Mom

Fashion · stitch fix · Uncategorized

Stitch Fix #8

A year ago I embarked on a rewarding journey with Stitch Fix. I heard some friends talking about this online service that sends clothes to your front door with no pressure to purchase. I went home and did some research and by the end of the day I was signed up as a Stitch Fix customer. My experience with Stitch Fix has been nothing but positive. I’ve loved nearly every piece shipped to my home. My stylist and I have begun an open dialogue about pieces I’d like to see in my fixes. To top it all off, I became a Stitch Fix Influencer in August.

This is a company that I have loved more with each fix. Every box feels tailored to my style and body type. I’m so excited to share with you my fix #8. This is the first fix where I have purchased EVERY item.

1. Mark Twisted Lead Hinge Bracelet (Romolo)


I’m always on the lookout for gold jewelery. I love the way this hinge bracelet lays and the fact that it pairs well with my Alex and Ani collection.

2. Adorra Skinny Jean (Just Black)

One of the first pairs of skinny jeans to really fit my body well would be these. I’ve always wanted to wear skinny jeans, but because of the proportions of my body they’ve just not fit well. I’ve settled for leggings or jeggings in the past, but this pair of true skinny jeans has me feeling all sorts of good vibes about the size of my hips and thighs.

3. Annaway Cable Knit Sweater (RD Style)

A cute, basic sweater is hard to come by so I knew better than to pass up an opportunity to own this adorable knit sweater. I think the colors make it easy to accessorize. It is fairly versatile as well. I’m so stoked about this piece.

4. Gusta Two Pocket Top (Skies Are Blue)

Plaid is all the rage this season. You can never have too much plaid in the fall so this quality two-pocket, plaid top will get plenty of wear. I can’t wait to pair this top with my new skinny jeans!

5. Ilaria Crochet Trim Tunic (Alice Blue)

I specifically asked my stylist to send me a tunic that I could wear as the seasons transition. This tunic is absolute perfection. With its flowing sleeves and crochet details this top will pair easily with just about any bottoms or accessories one can fathom. I’m looking forward to trying this top out with some patterned leggings, my skinny jeans, and a pair of jeggings.

Which pieces did you love?

Also, don’t forget to use my Stitch Fix Influencer link should you choose to give Stitch Fix a try for yourself. That link gives me credit for sharing the love of all things SF. You can also click on my banners in the margin 🙂

The Ameri Brit Mom

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Dressing and Educating: Days 6-10


Day 6: August 22, 2016

My first true Monday of the school year and I caught the struggle bus on the way to school. I forgot just how short a two day weekend feels. I really needed to replenish my lost sleep from last week, but I had a sick child all weekend–so that did not happen.

Adjusting to my new schedule is also exhausting me. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know my students and getting back into the routine of going to work, but by midway through the day my energy level tanks. This year 4 of the 6 classes I teach are back-to-back in the morning and I eat lunch with only two periods remaining in the day. The front end of my day is hectic and it takes a lot of willpower to keep from taking a nap instead of eating lunch during my break. I’m still in adjustment mode as I align my body to this new schedule.

For my Monday attire I went for my navy and white Market and Spruce dress from Stitch Fix. I paired this dress with a draping vest and Sperrys. I also liked the way my Premier jewelry brought some much needed brightness to this outfit.


Day 7: August 23, 2016

The theme of the day was data. From the beginning of my first class period until the end of the final bell my day consisted of students taking tests to give me data points and analyzing data from previous school years and standardized tests. Twice today I met with my data teams to interpret numbers and to make plans for moving forward. I felt like every other word out of my mouth all day was a synonym for data.

For an English and History teacher a day of data analysis was akin to a pulsating migraine. In fact, it actually caused a bit of one midway through the day. By the time my lunch period rolled around I found myself craving caffeine. I almost gave in to that desire, but kept myself busy to avoid hopping in my car and driving to the nearby Tim Hortons. I worked through my lunch period (I may have to explain a little soup spill on my data sheets), and I logged over 12,000 steps before I finally made it home.

On a more positive note, I’m beginning to recall student names and faces and some of their personalities are starting to sneak through their scared freshman facade. I shared a few laughs with some classes today and thoroughly enjoyed discussions with my honors students about how they want the class to be taught.

It was school picture day. I have no idea why I stress more over picture day as a teacher than I did back in my day as a pupil, but I do. Last night I laid out several outfits and decided on my chambray top I received from Stitch Fix and a pair of red jeggings. I’m so glad I had my gray lace Toms to get me through a day of running to every corner of my large campus. They were almost as imperative as the term “data” was to my vocabulary today.

Day 8: August 24, 2016

Pre-assessment day!

I spent a majority of my day administering pretests and evaluating those pretests. I used each class period to score the one before and spent just about three quarters of my day reading student essays.

I always find it interesting the knowledge my students bring to my course.

Today I wore LulaRoe leggings, my navy tunic from The Limited, and a pair of silver flats I bought two years ago for my sister’s wedding. It was a comfortable, yet professional look for the day.

Also, I took several photos this morning, but I had to laugh about the one above. Right as the camera took the shot another teacher popped in the room and caught me red handed. I had to explain to him what I’m doing on the blog and I’m pretty sure he left my room contemplating my sanity.

Day 9: August 25, 2016

With pre-assessments Out of the way I’m now free to begin teaching my course content. I introduced new vocabulary today, had students analyze an article in small groups, and had a chance to really observe student interaction. I loved seeing personalities come out for the first time this year as students were given permission to ask questions and to go a little deeper with ideas specific to the courses I teach.

Today, I also enjoyed visiting with some former students during their study halls. It means a lot to me when students from previous years make the time to stop by the freshman building to see me and fill me in on their lives.

Today I wore black skinny dress pants from The Limited, a blue tank top, and a cardigan I purchased this summer in England at Primark. I completed my outfit with my favorite black and white Sperrys.


Day 10: August 26, 2016

My first casual Friday!

You have to love the days when you can dress down at work. Although I love getting all dressed up throughout the week Fridays are always a breath of fresh air as I can create outfits that are more functional for my active teaching style. Everyday I log over 10,000 steps before lunch time. I rarely sit during class periods. I use a lot of energy throughout my day. Because I’m such an active teacher I love to wake up and throw on a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. Most Friday’s I wear shirts that display my school spirit, but today I decided to go for a different look.

As you can see above I wore a Classic T from LulaRoe and my dark denim is from Charlotte Russe’s line and there I go again with my classic Sperrys boat shoe. I dressed the casual look up just a bit with a long beaded necklace and a gold bracelet from Premier.

At the end of my second week I can now say I’ve learned all my student first names, graded at least one assignment per class, and begun teaching content in both of my courses. I’m starting to get into a rhythm for the year and some of the students are beginning to open up just a little bit. I’m excited about the school year and all 170 days that lie ahead.

Thank goodness for the weekend so I can catch up on some sleep and much needed family time.

Here’s a quick recap of my outfits this week. Which is your favorite?:

The Ameri Brit Mom