Thursday, March 31, 2011

Life and Such.

We had a quick glimpse of Spring. 

A quick chance to slide.

A chance for a toddler to strut her stuff!

A chance to relax.

Shoot some hoops.

A chance to swing... your favorite froggy boots!


It hails! And then gets really cold and we all retreat indoors for the next week. Totally lame.

Sawyer had his first art show at school this week. This is his octopus masterpiece. Gotta love the giant eyeballs! 

Someone was handing out these giant gingerbread men to all of the kids. Avery held onto hers the entire time and it was crushed into a million pieces by the end of the evening!

Shannon sent Sawyer to harass this poor kid.

Sawyer's 4 year old class gallery.

This child has boundless energy. I'm terribly envious!

I asked him to smile and say 'cheese'. This is what I got! I am going to sorely miss this kid when he's all grown up.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The Dust Settles.

So all of the craziness that was the Monday's Child Spring Sale is over. My days will now be spent doing damage control on the mess that I just never seemed to have the time to take control of. Oh and of course enjoying these beautiful Spring days with Sawyer and Avery. (And taking lots of pictures!)

I bought a few yard of Alexander Henry's Apples and Pears fabric a while back. This is the Tea Party Sundress by Oliver+S. I heart their patterns so much, easy to follow with stunning results! 

Avery is such a girly girl. She loves handbags, make-up, shoes, fancy chairs, brushing her hair, chatting on the phone and doll babies. She's getting a kick out of dragging this bag around. It truly is the little things sometimes!

I have several projects to knock off my list too. I've started redoing the kid's table and I'm really excited to get it finished and share it with everyone! I also have a few dresses and home projects I plan on busting out including a version of this cute spring wreath found here.

Today though, I'll just take deep breath and enjoy my sweet babies. 

Thursday, March 3, 2011

I love sewing for little girls.

I have been slacking on the blog front for the last few weeks, I know. I have a consignment business with a girlfriend of mine and our sale in coming up in just a couple of weeks so no time for craftiness! However, if you're in the Richmond, Virginia area, stop by our sale!

This cute little number is something I whipped up in just a couple of hours.

These were all taken at my mom's house way out in the sticks. ;-P

Sawyer is going down the slide that the grandparents installed off the side of the deck. How awesome is that?