Lilly Pulitzer Mimosa skirt, white peplum eyelet top, denim jacket, blue heels


  1. Love this! I’m trying really hard to be “okay” with my body.

    So here’s what I love:

    1. My legs. I have sexy legs. 🙂
    2. My face. Not a particular part, just the whole thing.
    3. My height.

    (By the way, that was a lot harder than I expected! As I thought about my body parts, I thought about a lot of things I’d change if I could!)

  2. I LOVE this post!! First of all, you are gorgeous! Second of all, I totally needed to hear this today 🙂 Why is it that we are always so hard on ourselves?! I mean seriously I really wish we weren’t 🙁 You are amazing and I really enjoy reading your blog 🙂
    Blonde with a Chanse

  3. This is a GREAT reminder to us all! I find such value in what Clinton Kelley said (btw, how awesome to meet him!!!!). I need to remind myself of that more often….I’m great at reminding my girls to be kind to themselves, but I need to listen to my own advice more often. Thank you for sharing this with us!! And YES, you DO have a beautiful smile…its contagious!
    Kellie @

  4. Love this post and I love you! I will do a similar post next week because I agree, it is so important that we speak confidence about ourselves.

    3 things I love…
    I love my eyes – they are like my dad’s and I get complimented on them. I also passed them on to my 2 kiddos.

    I love my birthmark on my thigh – it’s an oval and different

    I love my hair – pregnancy was kind to my hair. It grew like crazy and I’m loving it

  5. I love it and am sharing it on my Facebook page and Friday blog post! Awesome! I’d have to say the three things I like about my body are my butt, my nose, and my eyes. 🙂 Thanks for such a great post!

  6. Such a great post! We are definitely our own worst critics and it is so important that we love ourselves! I definitely think I will do a similar post soon. Thanks for sharing! Also, I love your smile too 🙂

  7. This is such a great post! It is amazing the things we say to ourselves. This is a great reminder that confidence starts with us. I love my smile, my legs, and my eyes.

  8. Just recently found your blog. Love this post so much!

    1. My eyes- They are blue. I can make them stand out even more with the correct makeup. I get many compliments on them.
    2. My lips- Never going to need any filler or plumper.
    3. My nose- I’ve always thought that I have the nose that people go to plastic surgeons for. Lucky I didn’t get the nose from my grandma’s side of the family! That would have been scary!

  9. I love this post, Molly! We really do need to remember to focus on the things we love about ourselves. I’ve been having a hard time accepting my pregnancy body, and this is a great reminder to me that I need to focus on the good things!

  10. This is so powerful Molly! It really got me thinking! As I get older (hello 35 this year) my body keeps changing and it’s not as easy to get back to what it was. I am slowly accepting the changes and finding ways to dress myself so I feel good.
    My Three:
    1. My hair! It’s thick, long, and going white
    2. My Legs! They go to my neck. lol – I use to struggle with pants that were long enough but it’s like the fashion industry realized there are tall women out there.
    3. My breasts. They are small and I can fit in just about any top I want. I use to be upset that I was flat chested but I have grown to appreciate them.

  11. This was just what I needed to read. After having a baby I find myself thinking about how my body USED to look and wondering why I never liked those things about myself THEN and wishing I looked like that again. I need to remember that my body has done something beautiful and amazing, it created LIFE!

    1. I love my eyes. They are big and display exactly what I am feeling at all times.
    2. I love my hips. They are a bit wider than they used to be but I also never really had curves and they show that my body has morphed to hold life.
    3. I love my birth mark. I have a birth mark that extends across my entire left arm travels across my shoulder and down my chest. It makes me unique and I’ve always loved it.

  12. 1. My eyes – I’ve got green eyes and always get compliments on them.
    2. My skin – I used to have really bad acne growing up and I have been able to control it and now have clear skin with minimal scarring.
    3. My legs – I’m a runner and work hard to keep my legs in shape.

    I love reading your blog and enjoyed this post very much!

  13. 1. My eyes.
    2. My legs.
    3. My hair. It always grows so fast so I feel like I can do anything with it.

    Great post. Thank you!

  14. Glad I’m not the only one who likes their feet.

    I also like my nose! Although, I do think Iook a bit like a turtle. But turtles are cute.

    My eyes.

  15. my arms: they can hold 70 pounds of kid if need be.
    my chest: it’s pretty close to flat and you can see my ribs and most of my clavicles, but i don’t have to worry about bras or back problems!
    my ears: they’re tiny, elf-like ears. and harry has the same ones.

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