Monday, November 15, 2010

Where I have been hiding

I have been hiding behind my sewing machine and glue gun for quite some time. I just finished my first craft fair and had a really good time doing it! Here is just some of the things left that I created.

Tag blankets and I spy bags (these are great go with child toys).




Fancy socks


Baby and toddler dresses


I LOVE these diaper/wipe clutches. This was the only left and I like the fabric but I really loved some of the other ones. I wish I would have taken pictures before.

Binky strap and sippy cup straps. Capri is not a big binky baby but loves to chew on it and the strap. Also I am so excited for the sippy cup straps. These are great for car seats (for our upcoming road trip), strollers or even high chairs. It will hopefully save me the pick up game or lost sippy cups.

Headbands. I also made some hair bows but most of them sold.

Fancy wipe cases

Burp cloths

Monday, November 8, 2010

Halloween

We have decided that trunk or treating is the way to go with three small kids.
This year as with every year we go to our church trunk or treat (no trick or treating on Halloween for us since it was Sunday). The kids had so much fun and got a big bag full of candy.
Myla was so funny. We were almost done with all the cars and Myla said, "Mom my bag is full, I am done!! I love how innocent they are at this age. Really they don't get candy that much so they would have been very happy with one or two pieces.










Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Election Day


Election Day is always an important day for our family. I think I have voted every year since I turned 18. We have made it a family tradition to pull open the big Voter Information Pamphlet as a FHE. We go over each proposition and all the people elected and make the decision on who to vote for as a family (I promise our kids really enjoy it).
We want our children to grow up knowing that they have a voice in how our country and even our county is ran. We are very blessed to live in American! Now go out and vote.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Homemade Christmas

In an attempt to make Christmas a little more about Christ and not so much about things, we have decided to go homemade. Ok well a compromise for the older children is 50/50.

I have a couple ideas that I would like to make but I thought I would see if anyone wants to join me. An idea would be we could get together once a week or every other week to share ideas and make some presents.

Are you in???
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