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We’re all friends here, you can call me ‘Lo’. From a very early age, I’ve had an intense craving for adventure, a lust for creating and deep love for the life that surrounds me. My heart has always been into designing, creating; so here I am creating and sharing just about everything.

I spend most of my time with my family — a young artist in the making, Lyla and an adventure/thrill-seeking husband, Alan. Oh ya, we will be adding another to the mix this year! We spend most of our time at our home currently in Washington, outdoors, traveling, searching for sunshine...and good food.


Lauren created Oh Hello Precious as an online journal dedicated to documenting her journey through motherhood as a young mother and wife. Lauren was married at the age of 18 and became a mother at 19. Through her honest unique take on life, desire to make a positive impact, and her ability to easily relate to others Lauren was quickly able to grow a following. Today, Oh Hello Precious remains a creative space to find inspiration, family, travel, recipes + much more.  

Please note: This is a for-profit blog. This blog allows me to pay bills and spend more time with my little family. From time to time, there will be affiliate links on items I post about, where I will make a tiny fee from sales purchased through those links, but this will not change or increase the cost of your purchase. On occasion, there will be a paid sponsored post, giveaway, or review, but my personal integrity, as well as the integrity of my site, will always come first. You will only see things that we truly love, would buy, or that fit our lifestyle. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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