Happy Valentine’s Day! Sales Abound + Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week

Lots of clothing is 20% through the weekend at Amazon.  Use code: 20PRES15 at check-out.  View everything on sale in women’s here.
Lots of Lilly Pulitzer is included in the sale too!  Shop all Lilly inclusions here.
This little Lilly Shift is included.  My girls both have this one.  I love to wear it on patriotic holidays like NYE, Memorial Day, July 4th…
This shift is included too.
Don’t forget to enter 20PRES15 at check-out!

This Mara Hoffman Dress that I raved about last week on this post has been marked down!  Currently available in all sizes both here and here.  For fit, it runs true to size.  I think this model is super tall, as it’s not as short as it appears on her.  Just love this print so much!
As promised, here are my faves from Nordstrom’s Clearance Sale for both Men and Kids.  Lots of great deals!
**Click on images to shop or links below.**

I also love these Pink Pickled PJs by Munki Munki PJs and Tucker + Tate Fitted Cars PJs.
Things are selling out fast during Tory Burch’s Extra 25% Off Sale.  The Cameron Sandals have almost sold out.  But there are many sizes left in the Metallic Revas.  Just a reminder that these run big, so make sure and go down at least a half size.  I’m an 8.5 in the old Revas and wear an 8 in the new style.  Don’t forget to enter SALE25 at check-out.

**Tory Burch Metallic Revas are still available here and on sale!  Get yours before they’re gone!**

Found a great deal on these Python Trays!  Buy all three for just $81.18!
Saint George, the Dragon Slayer
The children have been wearing red this week, not just because it’s the week before Valentine’s Day, but also to support my friend Elisabeth’s son George who was born with a severe, life-threatening heart defect.  Since this week is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness, Elisabeth provided some  information for you to help more mothers have early detection of congenital heart defects, so they can be treated proactively.  For all of you with a congenital heart defect, some more severe than others, did you know it affects 1 out of 100 children?  That’s hard to believe, but true.
What You Should Ask About the Heart at Your 20 Week Anatomy Ultrasound
Asking these questions, as well as insisting on a pulse ox scan (a non-invasive test to determine the oxygen level in the baby’s blood) after birth can make all the difference in early detection.  These questions were established by a panel of cardiologist experts at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Can you see all four chambers of the heart?
Do the two upper chambers have valves?  Do those valves appear to be controlling blood flow correctly?
Are there two lower chambers that are pumping blood to the body?
Are the valves/vessels exiting the heart in a crossing fashion?
Do you see any large holes in the heart?
If you have any further questions, comments, etc, you are more than welcome to email her: hunter.elisabeth at gmail.  For more links to George’s story, click on the links below.
Happy Saturday, Y’all!

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