If I could fill my own stocking. . .
Packing my Hospital Bag
1. Petite Prong Studs, 2. Tarte Amazonian Clay Exfoliating Face Mask, 3. fresh Sugar Advanced Therapy Lip Treatment, 4. Caudalie Divine Oil, 5. Clinique Dark Circle Corrector, 6. Animal Slippers, 7. Nest Grapefruit Candle, 8. Fatty Sundays Sprinkle Pretzels, 9. Essie’s Nice is Nice
The more I thought about this post, the more I realized it can come off a little selfish. “If I could fill my own stocking”. . . as if someone else filling it wasn’t good enough.
I probably could have reworded it, but here was my thought behind it.
Let’s say I was filling a stocking for someone that liked similar things that I do. This would be what I would include in it.
Does that make sense?
Anyway, I love the little dainty studs from Bauble Bar. I’ve really enjoyed wearing simple and delicate jewelry these days, and love the subtle mint color of these ones.
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I’d love to get my hands on a diptique candle just to see what all the fuss is about. But again, $60 for a candle is rather excessive. Nest candles are about half that, so I thought that could be a fun place to start for my candle-snob ways.
I’m a sweets kind of gal and there is little that reminds me of my childhood more than chocolate covered pretzels. Isn’t that packaging of these so cute?
Of course there are a few beauty products on the list that I’ve been interested in trying. No surprise there!
Do you do stockings at your home? I think the only stockings we are doing this year are for the cats! I haven’t even bought a single christmas gift for my own child, who arrives friday, am I a terrible mother? I feel like birth should be enough, right?