Let me just say I am soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo happy to be back home, near all our friends and family. It has helped so much, there’s so much more to do, and we get to spend more time with the people we love.
My girlfriends and I (a few that I have known since elementary school) have created a monthly wine &
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I love the holiday season and getting the house all decorated and festive. I love the magic of Santa and counting down to Christmas with Ryan. I love hanging the stockings and filling them with goodies. I love reading The Night Before Christmas and leaving out homemade cookies and milk. I love creating memories with the family.
I want to
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I’ve always liked to draw and be semi-artsy, but have never considered myself a crafty person… I mean, I don’t make things. Like many other aspects of my life, having kids has completely changed that. Now, I make things. Crib sheets. Clothes. Anything with photos. Handprints EVERYWHERE. Halloween costumes. Cute food (yea, that happens). I loooove making things.
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I wrote a guest post over on the YesVideo blog today about our newest holiday tradition – our Christmas table runner. I’m so excited about it, I LOVE it!!! And my kids had a blast with the paint, as always.
So head over to my post, The Most Memorable Christmas Table Runner EVER, and check out
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Last year we made spider shirts for Halloween with Ryan’s handprints. He was so proud of that shirt and wanted to wear it all the time… it’s a little too small now so I wanted to make new ones. And now that we have child #2, I wanted
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I can’t believe it’s October already! But I’m loving the fall weather and cozy sweatshirts and colored leaves and pumpkins and hot coffee! To celebrate the new month, I pulled out our bin of craft supplies. I covered the kitchen table and let Ryan go at it… he picked out what to paint, the colors, and told me where to
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Awhile ago I was complaining on my facebook page that really cute crib sheets were either impossible to find or cost a lot of money (like custom ones on etsy). Someone suggested I make my own. HA! Okay, I have a sewing machine and I’m not too bad at sewing, but I’ve really only ever
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