Itty Bitty Titty Tumbler

I’m one of those weird people who doesn’t drink coffee. Before you close the tab because I’m “clearly un-relatable,” keep reading!

I do enjoy a cup of tea or hot chocolate, and of course some hot apple cider when the air turns crisp… No matter what hot beverage we are indulging in, I think we can all agree that drinking from one of our favorite mugs just makes things that much more satisfying.

I found a ceramic tumbler that I am simply in love with. It’s even more special because it is made in my home state of Michigan and even better? They’re handmade! Talk about special.

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Sure, call me boob-obsessed but I’m so into advocating for women, breastfeeding, childbirth, momming… Just a few of my passions because they hit close to home. That is probably why I love this so much, just look at it! The gold luster is the perfect touch!

I’m not going to lie that my initial reaction to taking the following photo in the children’s library while my kids played was to feel kind of silly… but then I thought – “Why are boobs so forbidden!? They’re natural and powerful!” I’ll be sporting this baby proudly, anytime, anywhere!

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Hillary from Grand Rapids Michigan has the sweetest Etsy shop filled with a bunch of booby goodness! Planters, mugs, tumblers, bowls, spoons, trinket dishes and more… The beauty in her art is real and absolutely worth checking out here.

xxoo Kate

*This has been a collaboration with Hillary Dragon Ceramics. All things mentioned are my genuine thoughts and feelings.*

 

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