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Sophisticated Littles

Sophisticated Littles

Written By Carrie Edelstein

Photography By Stephanie Cotta


Meet all the “Ls!” It’s Logan and Liv, who belong to Luke and Lindsey Gregerson. Logan just turned 3 and Liv is almost 2. These little cuties are new residents to St. Louis this year since Dad was grabbed by the St. Louis Cardinals.


Liv sported all Janie and Jack items for this photo shoot, while brother Logan added some Gap jeans to his ensemble. Despite spending a lot of time in their homes in Florida and Chicago, these little ones support local businesses! City Sprouts is among their favorite places to shop.


This may come as a shock since a baseball game might be hard for a toddler to sit through, but these two love to see the games! It might have something to do with Daddy and not having a choice, but Mom says, “They were born watching and playing!” The dynamic duo also like to go to church, Grant’s Farm, The Magic House and the parks in Clayton. “They love playing in Shaw Park everyday, and the splash pad there.” And they love their cousins.


We’re calling Logan and Liv early readers because they’ve already dug deep into a thrilling series: “How Do Dinosaurs?” The books by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague cover hot topics like bedtime, school time, counting and so much more. Do those come in adult versions too?


“They love to travel! It’s not always easy on Mama but I’ve learned to pack a lot of goodies,” says Mom. That’s right, Logan and Liv often travel with the team from city to city. “They’ve been on more flights than some in a lifetime.” Sounds like a job, right? It’s no surprise then that recently after Logan was playing his own game of baseball, he took a water break and said, “Alright! It’s time for me to go back to work!”

Sophisticated Pets

Sophisticated Pets

"Les Misérables" Returns to the Fabulous Fox Theatre

"Les Misérables" Returns to the Fabulous Fox Theatre