Yesterday after church we headed to Chester Frost Park to take a few pictures of Jonah for the Christmas card. I was motivated by a great deal I found on 100 FREE (yes, I said free) photo cards. The deal is expired by the time you are reading this….I apologize for not alerting you to […]
Archives for November 2009
According to the complete randomness of my husband who picked a number, the winner of the Monogrammed Coffee Cozy is……..Michele P! Congratulations! If you didn’t win, you can always purchase a coffee cozy from my shop. I’ve been sewing a lot the past few days, so there will be new fabric choices as soon as […]
1. A husband that will do whatever it takes to let me stay home and be just “Mommy”. 2. This little boy…even on days filled with tantrums, I love him more than life itself. 3. Cold Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream…for breakfast the day after Thanksgiving. (I can’t wait!) 4. Our “Happy Brown House” in all […]
Happy 100 posts to me! Happy 100 posts to me! Happy 100 post dear Saaaaaaara…Happy 100 posts to me!!!!!!!! And in honor of my 100 posts, I now have a blog button for you to grab and post in your sidebar! A hug and a thank you to Angie from My Four Monkeys! She did a […]
You know you’re in for a long day when you wake up to find Jonah in the kitchen throwing a tantrum over a broken banana. Not only did the day continue with repeated tantrums…ALL DAY LONG over EVERY SINGLE THING, but they lasted for a very long time in length. My pediatrician suggested ignoring the […]
Well, I’ve debated on sharing this story for fear the the people at the Department of Children’s Services might catch wind of it and track me down for questioning. But it is just SO FUNNY! Kids say the funniest things. The beauty of being a parent is being able to tell the funny stories to the kids they date as teenagers […]
And the winner of the giveaway is Crysmi! I’ll get your book in the mail today! Congratulations! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have!
I love puppets. When I was teaching kindergarten, I used puppets all the time in my classroom to encourage language skills, story structure, sequencing, characters, and songs/fingerplays. Puppets go well with books, giving children an added layer of connection to the story, especially if they can manipulate the puppet…not to mention fostering creativity! Parents and […]
Look at the adorable onesies a friend ordered for her twin nieces… Double the Fun!
I had an order for a pencil roll from my shop. The customer requested denim fabric. I had been saving some jeans that were too small or had torn in unflattering places (back pocket area) for another project, so I cut a section from the pant leg and the button and made this….I love the way it turned out! It just […]