The Sunday Funday Review

Voila, there you have it. As the first week of Lori and the Caravan draws to end, I thought it would be nice to finish up with a little recap, a review, if you will. My partner named it, because in the Lori and the Caravan household, Sunday is ALWAYS a fun day. Or at least it often it. Sometimes it just contains a lot of naps. 

The biggest thing that happened this week? Well the baby stopped throwing up and remembered that he actually liked food, and eating was, in fact, his favourite thing to do. But aside from that monumental achievement in our domestic day-to-day, I suppose the biggest thing to occur this week was the oh-so spectacular launch of Lori and the Caravan. Yes, it exists. You came, you saw, you wrote some nice things on Twitter and Facebook, and heck, some of you fell in love with some rather marvellous vintage finds. And to that, users of the internet, I say THANK YOU. Really, and honestly, from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for taking the time to say hi. Thank you for telling your friends. And if you have more friends, please tell them too. You all rule. 

In other news this week...

I picked my first vintage items of the week. They were both pretty rad. Bask in their awesomeness here and here. Both items are available to buy in my shop.

The shirt that had me coming over all funny about Marty McFly. Age 6-9 months. £10.

The shirt that had me coming over all funny about Marty McFly. Age 6-9 months. £10.


Yellow 1960s shift dress age 3-4 years. Perfect for spring. £12.

Yellow 1960s shift dress age 3-4 years. Perfect for spring. £12.

 

I got some amazing shoes from Asos that make me feel a bit like a witch. But in a good way.

Rumpelstiltskin's my middle name. 

Rumpelstiltskin's my middle name. 

I sent out my very first orders to some amazing people. Again, you wonderful lot, THANK YOU.

What the label said. 

What the label said. 

I started my blog. Yes this one. The blog that you're reading right now. Trippy. I also posted some photos of my vintage wardrobe. Some of them were a bit cringy. Thus, I am eternally grateful that my teenage years were pre-selfie. I also realised that one day I will explain that fact to my son, and he probably won't believe me. Like, when someone talks about not having a TV during their childhood, and it's kind of impossible to imagine. And yes, that is as depressing as it sounds. 

And finally.... I looked up from my computer screen, and lo! There was my husband and child. We went out for breakfast. It was lovely. 

The weekend started here. 

The weekend started here. 

Hope you had a lovely weekend. Check out the shop next week for some more vintage finds for little ones.