Our recent trip to Dallas was packed with sweet moments and memories that will last a lifetime! We met with my brother and his family which was the best part of our trip! Surprising my nephew Caleb as we pulled into their driveway topped it all! His big smile and constant Auntie hugs stole my heart! ❤️
We also got to meet our newest lil nephew, Parker! He’s seriously the cutest baby ever! Of course I spoiled him so much with the cutest clothes from Old Navy. Now, if I could just get my brother and sis-in-law to move to Florida…. hahaha! I can keep dreaming right? Lol
Nothing means more to me than quality time with my family especially if I can’t see them everyday. So we ended up spending the day together at Klyde Warren Park in Dallas.
This also gave me a little time for a photoshoot sess because the lighting was perfect!
(That makes the hubby happy) lol! Here are some pics of my outfit as well as the link to purchase.
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I was loving the cooler weather, but only for a day or two! Lol. I actually ended up getting super sick on Monday and I’m wondering if it had anything to do with going from the upper 80’s to the low 30’s!
I was in bed pretty much the entire day at our hotel and couldn’t keep anything down. It was awful! Luckily, I woke up today (Tuesday) feeling 100% better!
Now I have to tell you about where we stayed! The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek was such a delight as it entertained a vintage feel that captured the art of architect, antique pieces, authentic fixtures and luxurious materials throughout!
pictures above are not mine.
We explored the hotel and had VIP treatment as the concierge gave us a full tour. Check out this beautiful wine cellar! You can hold private events here as well.
Down to the linens, stunning gold rimmed China, the ambiance here is to die for.
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is steeped in Dallas history. Originally built as a private residence, much of the fine estate seen today was constructed in the early 1920s after a fire destroyed the first structure. The owners, inspired by worldly travels, embarked on a tour of Europe with their architect, curating antique pieces, authentic fixtures and luxurious materials.
In 1925, the opulent manor was complete, including a cantilevered staircase and the first private elevator in Dallas. The architecture is influenced by 16th century Renaissance Italy. Ornate interior décor is inspired by grand estates in Spain, Italy, England, France and elsewhere.
To read more of this story head on over to Rosewood Hotels.
So to all the staff at Rosewood, thank you for a wonderful experience and for your superb hospitality! We will definitely be coming back!
One evening, our son Ethan stayed the night at his cousin’s house, so hubby and I ventured over to Highland Park Village to do a little shopping. Again, it was freezing outside and my toes almost fell off! Lol. Can you tell I’m from Florida!?
I would absolutely recommend Highland Park Village if you’re in the area. Beautiful outside shopping with a fun, eclectic atmosphere. For a list of their stores click here.
Alright friends, that’s all I got! Much love to you all and thank you for following my journey!