Blueberry Spinach Protein Shake Recipe

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Happy New Year, everyone!! I love the freshness that the new year brings and the feeling of new opportunities buzzing around the corner. Being on maternity leave sometimes feels like the earth has stopped spinning and time is standing to still. Nothing snaps you out of that haze like a trip to the grocery store and seeing Valentine’s Day candy and hearts everywhere!

It also became apparent that I’ve been living in a cocoon when my girlfriend asked me about my NY resolutions. Not only had I not thought about them, I didn’t want to think about them. I wasn’t ready to rejoin society and leave my little safe haven. She was surprised because she knows I love writing out my goals. I’ve written about goals here, here and here. Last year I even broke out my goals quarterly to make them more attainable. But this year, I wasn’t all that interested. I knew I’d eventually do it once I went back to work in February and reality sunk back in.

That being said, I’m going to continue to enjoy my maternity leave haze / bliss. ? You can find me getting in all the baby snuggles until I go back to work at the start of February!


While at home, one of the things I enjoy doing is making myself a delicious protein shake. Sometimes I’ll drink it after a workout and other times when I know I haven’t gotten my daily intake of meat or fish. I got the original recipe from my dad, who created it several years ago. It reminds of my parents every time I make it and transports me back to weekends in San Antonio when he would make it for all of us. I took his recipe and added protein powder and modified a few things! My husband made it for me when I had an aversion to meat during both pregnancies.

Here’s the recipe:



Throw everything into the blender in the order above. Ice cubes go in first because they’re the hardest to blend. Then throw in the other large or “harder to blend” items [i.e blueberries, banana, peanut butter, yogurt.] Add the remaining ingredients and top off the blender with spinach. [You can see how I top off the blenderMix and enjoy!


The version above gives you 50 grams of Protein and is a good source of antioxidants [from the blueberries and spinach]. I linked the products that I typically use above. I prefer plant-based and organic foods as much as possible. The protein powder I used in the pictures is the Central Market Whey Powder, which works just fine. I was out of the Vega, a plant-based protein powder that I typically use. Vega has also come out with a 4-ingredient pea protein powder that I am going to try next. I’m always concerned about protein powders [or any foods for that matter] that are chalked full of ingredients I can’t pronounce.

In addition, you can make this shake without the protein powder and without the yogurt if you’re not looking to increase your protein intake by this much. This shake is delicious and makes a great snack!

I hope y’all enjoy this recipe! Let me know how you like it in the comments below.

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My Weekly Planning Process

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In order to feel at peace on a daily basis, I need to know that I have been productive. If I’ve wasted a day scrolling through social media and focusing on unimportant tasks, I feel anxious and unsatisfied.

Something that I have realized during my maternity leave is that I need to take small steps towards my goals everyday, even if it’s just completing one item on my to-do list. [I also know I need to give myself grace during this time of my life because most days I’m lucky if I get to shower. ? I don’t want to be so focused on getting stuff done that I miss soaking up this precious time with my baby. It’s all a delicate balance, wrapped in mom guilt with a side of toddler hugs and kisses. ?]

That being said, I am my most productive self when I take the time to plan out my days and weeks. I typically use Sunday evenings to get organized for the week ahead as well as the following day. I also plan out the upcoming months in terms of major events. The whole process is detailed below:


For monthly planning, I use the Snow & Graham calendar.  I love the beautiful images and the calendar squares are big enough for writing.

I use my monthly calendar for major events, trips and birthdays. It also serves as my editorial calendar for my blog. I write out my blog and instagram posts on the days I plan on posting them.

I typically try and fill it out for the next three months. It allows me to take a quick glimpse and see what major things are coming up. I usually make these updates at the beginning of a new month. I’ll also make revisions as we go. This is not a weekly activity but I wanted to include it in this post to give you an idea of my whole planning process.


For my weekly schedule, I use the Rifle Paper Co. Weekly Calendar desk pad. Here I list out any appointments or meetings that my husband or I have. [I take these directly from our phone. My husband and I share our iPhone calendars with each other so that we know what the other person has going on, and any family events that are occurring. This has been huge in helping us stay in sync from a schedule perspective.] Although these events are in my phone, I’m an old-fashioned pen and paper kinda gal and love having it in physical form where I can easily see it.

In addition to these events, I also do our family meal planning on my weekly calendar. Every Sunday, I figure out what I will cook for the week. Normally I cook on Sunday night, Tuesday and Thursday. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I try to prepare as much as I can during my lunch break so that I don’t have as much to cook when I get off work. [Working from home allows me to do that which is a huge blessing.] I try and make enough for two nights of dinner and for two lunches for my son. He eats mostly what we eat, but since he hasn’t perfected the art of silverware just yet, I sometimes modify certain foods to make it easier on him. Friday night we get tacos – it’s become a weekly tradition that we look forward to! Saturday night we’ll also go out. [These days post-baby, we’ve been picking up sushi and I’m in heaven! ? 10 months without a tuna tower was far too long, haha.]


For my daily schedule, I use the Brendon Burchard high performance planner.  If you need to do your daily planning quickly, you might consider another planner. This one is time-intensive and very thorough. However, I have found, that when I really spend the time to fill it out, I am my most productive. [I fill it out after my son goes to bed.]  The secret for me has been to block out my day in 30 minute or 1 hour time intervals. Within those timeframes, I list out specifically what I need to get done [i.e. finish X assignment, respond to emails, call Alanna, etc.]. If I don’t write EXACTLY what needs to get done in a certain timeblock, I’ll find myself wasting so much precious time with filler activities like social media scrolling and the like.

I have by no means perfected this strategy because I am a procrastinator and work best under pressure.  My natural tendency is to wait until the last minute and then crank through whatever task remains.  However, this approach allows me to get things done in advance and to know what’s on the horizon.   Having everything scheduled out in chunks helps keep me on task.

On my daily calendar, I list out all work, personal and blog activities that I have to get done throughout the day. I plan out when I cook our meals, schedule out my work to-dos and my time slot to work on the week’s blog post. All personal tasks are framed in orange and all work-related tasks are pink.  My morning [meditation / journaling] and evening routines [putting the baby to bed, dinner, etc.] are in blue. You can see this shown in the pictures above.

I do my daily planning the evening before. When I skip this step, I’m highly unproductive the next day and will forget to do important things.

The weekly and daily planning are the two most critical components of the planning process. When I started implementing this approach I noticed that I was able to get so much more done during the day. I also liked having a physical place where I was keeping track of my accomplishments for the week. Whatever I don’t get done the day before, I move to the next day.

Before I started doing my planning like this, I used to have a running to-do list that I tried to get through each day. This was a much less effective strategy. Unlike now, I didn’t know exactly when I should be doing each task. I would get to the to-do item when “I had time,” and that proved to be completely inefficient. My productivity was left up to chance, which is not an efficient approach.

I hope this post gives you some pointers that will help you in your weekly planning. Is there something you do that makes you incredibly productive? Or do you have a favorite journal, pen, etc that you use that gives you the boost you need?? If so, I’d love to hear about it! Let me know in the comments below!

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Thanksgiving Outfit Idea & Life Update

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Hello friends!

A lot has happened since we last spoke! We welcomed our second baby into our family and she has been the biggest blessing. Needless to say, life has been a rollercoaster of emotions these past two weeks [mainly happy with a side of “how do we manage two babies and stay sane?”] Ha! 



My mom has been staying with us since we came home from the hospital, which has been a HUGE help. The hardest part of the newborn phase [for me] is the lack of continued sleep. So mom has been staying up late watching the baby while I get some sleep in between feedings. We are so fortunate to have her helping us and we do not take it for granted in the least!

In between the feedings and snuggles with the new babe, I’m adjusting to nursing, not working [office work, that is], trying to spend enough time with my oldest all while eating my weight in cookie deliveries and rugelach. [For those who don’t know what this is, it’s a Jewish pastry that I craved throughout my pregnancy. My mom bought me some once I got out of the hospital and I have been having at least two, err maybe three, each day. ? I told mom that once this bag was finished, we couldn’t buy anymore. ?)


In terms of nursing, breastfeeding is definitely much easier for me this time around. My daughter latched on on day two, whereas it took my son and I about two weeks to figure it out. I also know to drink my Mother’s Milk Tea and eat my lactation cookies to keep up my supply. I talk about that more in this post.  With my first, after I delivered I went back to eating like I did pre-pregnancy, which was a fairly low-carb, standard-calorie diet. I quickly learned that it was not conducive to nursing as my supply dropped significantly. I now let myself eat pretty much whatever I want [within reason], and I find I eat more while nursing than I did while pregnant. In addition, I try and drink 30 oz. of water after each feed.  This step is critical to keeping up supply as well. [New mamas, take note: save the 30 oz. plastic water jug they give you at the hospital! It’s great for your water chugging needs postpartum.] 


From an overall physical standpoint, I did gain a few stretch marks on my stomach this pregnancy.  I was lucky to have avoided them last time.  I am not complaining though as I am beyond blessed to have been able to carry a baby am so grateful. However, I am kicking myself for not putting on any cocoa butter or moisturizer. I even have some from my first pregnancy sitting out on my bathroom counter! Ugh. My daughter was almost a pound heavier than my son so maybe that’s what did it.  I also think the stretchmarks developed last minute as I didn’t notice them throughout the pregnancy.


Mentally, having a second baby has been easier because I have already been through this process once. Every little thing is not new and I’m not stressing out about every minor detail. Of course there are new challenges, such as spending enough quality time with my first when my newborn needs me so much right now. Sleep deprivation and hormonal mood swings are all still part of the picture, but expected, and therefore not as stressful this second time around. [Of course this is just my experience and I’ve talked to a couple of moms who felt the second baby was much more stressful.]

All in all, I am so grateful for this blessing in our lives and can’t wait to share what I learn with you all as we go.


Now onto the holiday season that’s right around the corner! Thanksgiving is just two weeks away [What?! HOW??] and I think it’s safe to say that it’s my favorite holiday. Being Jewish, we don’t have all of the Christmas excitement that December brings [Hanukkah is wonderful but obviously not as mainstream or celebrated like Christmas.] So I think that’s why I love the Fall season and Thanksgiving so much. Being with family, eating delicious food, decorating your home and front doorstep with all the fall foliage and pumpkins…what could be better?!

Every year, I look forward to [and sometimes stress out about] my Thanksgiving Day outfit. This is usually my busiest time at work and if I’m not diligent about planning ahead, the holiday can sneak up on me.  We usually go to a big family lunch at my husband’s cousin’s house.  In terms of an outfit, I try to pick out something casual and comfortable [I do not hold back on seconds or thirds at Thanksgiving!] 😛 Sometimes I’ll go with jeans and a nice top, and other times I will wear a dress with boots if I want to feel a little dressier.  


We shot this look when I was 38 weeks pregnant and this dress is so comfortable and cozy.  For any pregnant mamas looking for a dress that is casual, yet still feels put together at the same time, this one is it. Not to mention, it’s not constricting at all and is only $28! I love Old Navy for their basic maternity dresses and this one does not disappoint.  

For my non-pregnant ladies, I linked a couple of sweater dresses that I think are really cute as well.  I decided to dress up my look with these knee-high boots that I got from the Nordstrom Sale last year, but you can also make it more casual with flats or flat boots. The heeled boots I’m wearing in the pictures are sold out at Nordstrom but there’s some sizes left on Amazon.  I also linked a few similar options below.  I threw on this large scarf [I got mine in a little boutique in Canada but this one is very similar] and paired it with my Tory Burch purse.  It’s an older style no longer sold but I love this one! Reminds me of the Gucci Marmont.

I hope this look inspires you as you put together your outfit for Thanksgiving!

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My Skincare Routine for Dry / Sensitive / Acne-Prone Skin

Skincare can be tricky. There are so many factors that go into finding the right products for your skin. On one hand, you might be unsure of your skin type. On the other, you might be completely overwhelmed by the sea of products on the market and not know where to start. I know I used to [and still] fall into the latter. It has taken me years of research [and frustration ?] to find products that work for my dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin that are also somewhat “clean.” In addition, I knew I needed a simple routine so that I would actually follow it. [I’m still not great at washing my face every single night and I’m trying to get better and turn it into a habit.] I mean I love an extensive, luxurious facial like the next girl, but for day to day…#AintNobodyGotTimeForThat.  


Let’s start with skin type. I have dry / sensitive skin that is prone to redness and acne on my chin and upper cheeks. I think it’s so critical that you understand what kind of skin you’re working with before starting to try different products. A moisturizer that works wonders for oily skin could prove a nightmare for dry skin. Once you know your skin type, you can start exploring the different products that are available.

If you’re struggling with figuring out what type of skin you have, you can find a dermatologist in your area that subscribes to the “Skin Type Solutions” methodology. It was developed by cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Leslie Baumann, and is a science-based approach that diagnoses your skin type and then gives you a list of products that have been tested and proven effective for your skin. [This is no an ad and I’m not sponsored by Dr. Baumann.  I found her and approach online through my own personal research.]  I ended up seeing one of the doctors in Dallas who uses this method to confirm my unique skin type and also give me some direction on the products I should be using for it. He diagnosed my skin and gave me a list of recommended products.  [I was nursing at the time so I didn’t end up using the eye cream or retinol but am excited to try them out one day in the future.]  

For the most part, I was on the right path in terms of my skincare routine, which was very reassuring.  At the time of my appointment, I already knew I had started to figure it out because my skin redness started to calm down, the acne on my chin reduced significantly and my skin was glowing and hydrated after each time of using my “lineup.”  I share the products that I use both morning and night below.  

If you’re having a hard time determining your skin type and what products to start with, finding a doctor that follows this approach in your area is a great place to start!


Now onto the fun part…to all my girls with dry/sensitive skin, I have the dewiest / glowiest [yes I realize these are not real words, but stick with me here…?] skincare routine just for you. I think it would even be great for normal skin that gets dry during the fall / winter months and needs some extra TLC. [Oily gals, I’m sorry to leave you out of this one but I don’t think this routine will give you what you need because it’s all about bringing hydration and moisture back into the skin, specifically with products formulated for dry / sensitive skin.


Below is my morning skincare routine in the order I use the products:

  1. Eminence Organic Coconut Milk Cleanser: I found this cleanser through Annie Lawless’ post about her dry skin routine.  It is so rich and creamy and hydrates my skin after every use.  It’s one of the first cleansers I’ve used that does not strip my skin of its natural oils and does not leave it tight or dry [the worst feeling!!] It is specifically formulated for dry skin and it actually works! Bonus: it’s made of organic ingredients and is not formulated with any of the bad stuff [i.e. parabens, phthalates, etc]! 
  2. Belli Beauty Acne Spot Treatment: Although this is not the strongest acne treatment on the market because it’s safe for pregnancy and nursing, it works great on my skin.  The second I stop using it, I see my redness flare up and some small pimples start to form.  I use it on my chin, upper cheeks and forehead, almost like a serum post-cleanse.  [I blogged about it here.]
  3. FAB Ultra Repair Sleeping Cream: Another Annie Lawless find! I love this brand and all of the products that I have tried from it.  They only use clean products [there are 1300 products on their list that they exclude] and are known to cater to sensitive skin.  This cream is so moisturizing and my skin drinks it up.  
  4. Pura D’Or 100% Pure Organic Argan Oil: To seal in the moisture, I apply this argan oil.  I think that if I had to pick one product that has been the most effective for my skin, it’s this one.  The argan oil is what really seems to clam down the redness on my chin and cheeks. It is also so moisturizing and once I’m done with this step, my skin is dewy and glowing!
  5. EltaMD Sunscreen for Sensitive / Acne Prone Skin: I have used this sunscreen for years, per my dermatologist’s recommendation and I love it.  It has never irritated my skin and is a great last step before applying make-up.  [It doesn’t pill and has worked well with any foundation I’ve ever used.]  


Below is my skincare routine at nighttime:

  1. Garnier Micellar Water or Neutrogena Hydrating Wipes: Micellar water and wipes were all the rage as the first step in a double-cleansing routine for several years.  Then they got a bad rap from beauty editors and bloggers for not being the best for skin cleansing.  I personally use them to clean off my eye makeup from the day.  I’m sure I could use the oil in step 2, but I don’t personally like to rub oil over my eyes.  Therefore, these hydrating wipes do a great job without irritating my skin.  I will sometimes follow up with the micellar water on a cotton pad to get the final remnants.  
  2. DHC Cleansing Oil: Ahhh, when I put this oil on my face, I sometimes want to just leave it on because it feels so soothing on my skin! Of course I do not because this is the oil I use to remove my makeup from the day. 🙂 It is so hydrating, so soothing and does a wonderful job of getting off all of my makeup.  I remove it with a face rag.  
  3. Eminence Organic Coconut Milk Cleanser: I follow up the oil with the cleanser and use a rag to remove the face wash as well, to get any last traces of makeup off my skin.  Steps 4 – 6 below are the same as above!
  4. Belli Beauty Acne Spot Treatment
  5. FAB Ultra Repair Sleeping Cream
  6. Pura D’Or 100% Pure Organic Argan Oil
  7. Laneige Lip Mask: At night, I apply this lip mask and it has the consistency of a super glossy, thick lip gloss. I love it because its so nourishing and I still feel a very light layer on my lips in the morning when I wake up.  


  1. Fresh Sugar Face Polish Exfoliator: I use this every Sunday night to exfoliate my skin for the week.  If I’m ever experiencing a lot of dry patches for whatever reason, I might use this a second time throughout the week as well.  It’s mad with brown sugar, strawberries, plum seed oil and grapeseed oil, and is free of parabens and phthalates.  It’s such a gentle, yet effective, exfoliator that leaves my skin dewy and glowing.  
  2. FAB Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration: While this is not something that I put on my skin or neck, I use this cream on my body whenever my hands get crackly or my knees/elbows/feet need some extra TLC.  It’s so rich and creamy and does wonders for very dry skin.  I usually put it on at night before going to bed.  

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You might’ve noticed that I excluded any toners, serums and retinols from my routine. I have personally tried various toners over the years [even those that say they are hydrating], but they do not work for my skin.  They tighten and dry it out and I have decided that they are not for me.  

I don’t use a serum at the moment because of pregnancy but I do hope to incorporate a Vitamin C [or other targeted serum] once I’m done with nursing.  Similarly to the serum, I will bring in a retinol for anti-aging purposes post-nursing!

Have you tried any of these products and have they worked for you? Or do you have any other favorite items that are effective for dry / sensitive skin? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!

Shop the Post: Eminence Organic Coconut Milk Cleanser // Belli Beauty Acne Spot Treatment // FAB Ultra Repair Sleeping Cream // Pura D’Or 100% Pure Organic Argan Oil // Laneige Lip Mask // EltaMD Sunscreen for Sensitive / Acne Prone Skin // Garnier Micellar Water // Neutrogena Hydrating Wipes // DHC Cleansing Oil // Fresh Sugar Face Polish Exfoliator // FAB Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration // Robe (old, same brand shorts pajamas, same brand pants pajamas

Photography by: Angie Garcia 

How to throw a Dr. Seuss-Themed 1st Birthday Party

Hi y’all!

My son recently turned 1 and we threw him a Dr. Seuss “Sam I Am / Cat in the Hat” 1st birthday party. The party theme was my husband’s idea so we called him the Creative Director / Chairman of the Board [I bounced ideas off of him] and me the CEO [who executed the vision] ?.

I had so much fun planning it but it definitely got stressful at times because I just wanted everything to be perfect! [Who knew that measuring tables and buying the right-sized tablecloths can be so time-consuming?!] It ended up being a birthday / housewarming party because we hadn’t had all of our friends and family over to our new home yet.  The party was wonderful and it was so special to share the joyous occasion with everyone we love. 

If you’re looking to host a Dr. Seuss-themed party, I detail exactly how I set everything up, the vendors that I worked with and all of the decorations that I used.  


Here’s how we set up the decor:


I worked with Jose from LCJ Balloons to create the balloon clusters lining the walkway to our home. I originally was going to buy regular helium balloons but he let me know there was currently a helium shortage in the US [who knew?!] and that we’d have to go with “frame balloons.” I had seen these balloon clusters on Pinterest and wanted the same look. So he suggested I go to hobby lobby and buy wooden sticks to which he could attach the balloons. I did just that [see pic below – I got the small, rectangular ones] and then we spray painted them red and turquoise. It was such a festive way to greet the guests and set the tone for the party.


I got the door sign below from Lulu’s Custom Design and used a red and white striped ribbon to hang it to the door.  [They don’t seem to have the original ‘Oh the Places you will go’ door sign that I customized, but I bet if you asked them for this design, they will make it for you.]


The dessert station [aka our kitchen table in disguise] in our breakfast area was probably the most congregated area throughout the party, along with the kitchen itself.  In addition to kids wanting to grab a cupcake as they made their way through the house, it was truly the heart of the party in terms of decorations.  Jose set up a beautiful balloon arch behind the desserts that was the focal point inside of the house.

For dessert, we had a cake, cupcakes, cookies and Russian chocolates. [My family and I are Russian so these chocolates from Euro Deli make it to every birthday party/dinner/special event.] Nina’s Treats made them all and they were both beautiful and delicious. I used these white plastic trays for the cupcakes and these dessert plates.  I also got this tablecloth and this red and white striped runner.  


We catered BBQ from Sonny Bryan’s.  It was delicious and they do a great job! We definitely got too much food, so my lesson learned is to order for about 85% of the RSVPs.  There’s usually a handful of invitees that don’t show up, some don’t eat and the others just graze.

I used these cups, straws and plates.


For the inside of the house, in addition to the cake setup, I had a photo banner from here [no longer sold on Etsy so I found another one I like] with a picture of my son starting from Month 1 through Month 12.  I also displayed a cardboard cutout of Dr. Seuss, a garland for the mantle and balloons [these too] throughout the house. [I had the balloons filled with helium at Tom Thumb, our local grocery store.]  We also placed two of the cocktail tables that we rented inside so that people could nosh while standing and socializing.


Under the covered patio we had two tables that we joined together. I decorated them with turquoise tablecloths, red and white striped runners and flowers.  We also had cocktail tables with red tablecloths tied with a burlap ribbon where people could stand and eat.   We have a mantle outside that I decorated with this ‘Happy Birthday’ garland.  [I don’t see the exact one I bought on the Etsy shop’s site but she makes custom signs, so you can just show her the image if you want the exact one.] We sang ‘Happy Birthday’ and did the cake out here to avoid lots of messy frosting on the floor. [I must say, I think my son had one lick of cake and that was about it. We definitely didn’t have the full on smashing that you see with some kids.  Ha!]  We brought out the high chair to which I attached red and turquoise balloons and a ‘ONE’ sign.  Behind the high chair, I had this garland.  I unfortunately didn’t have the photographer take a picture of the high chair setup before we started the cake, but I have linked all of the items above.

For the backyard, I rented a life-sized Jenga and Connect Four game, along with a kids table and chairs for drawing.  I printed out Dr. Seuss drawings that the kids could color and had little mason jars filled with crayons [inspo from Joanna Gaines, of course. ;)] I also used mason jars as flower vases tied with blue polka dotted ribbon [this was one of my favorite little touches at the party.] The tablecloths were white and red-striped plastic ones from Party City but they no longer have them in stock.  This is a similar option.  

I bought a baby pool and filled it with plastic balls, which was a huge hit for kids all the way up to ages 5 – 6.  We also had cornhole for the adults.

Jose made a beautiful number 1 balloon with a Dr. Seuss hat on top of it that we displayed. 


For party favors, I got these Dr. Seuss bags and filled them with these Dr. Seuss goodies. 🙂 Another lesson learned was that I placed these in the dining room and NO ONE remembered to take them on their way out.  I thought I would remind our friends and family to grab one when they left, but of course I was too busy playing hostess to even remember.  So for the next party, I will definitely be placing these by the door so that people remember to take one on their way out.


I also got myself, my husband and my son matching ‘Sam I Am’ t-shirts. [Unfortunately ,the shop is no longer available on Etsy.  Here’s one option I found that allows you to print the decal for your t-shirt.]  I also got my son this onesie as a backup to the t-shirt and it is so soft and nice.  My husband was also super excited to wear a matching hat with our son so we got them these hats [dad’s and son’s].  

I hope this helps you if you’re trying to throw a Dr. Seuss-themed party!