Thursday, November 26, 2009

Thankful for Two

Today, when I think of the many things I am thankful for, one that is at the top of the list is for my two boys. I am thankful for them both individually, of course, but today, when I saw W share his Doc car with H without my prodding, I thought: I'm so glad to have two. I went to the kitchen where we were frantically cutting, cooking and googling how many TBS in 1/3 of a cup, to tell C, "I'm so glad we have two. Two to grow up together and learn from one another." One for each of my arms to wrap around to pull into a mommy-special group hug. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Blessings to you and your loved ones.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

A Few Finished Projects

Here's a onesie I added a tie to from this tutorial at Trey and Lucy.

Then a little cap.

These are for a little guy due to arrive in just a short month to friends from college. The mom is one of three girls. This is her first baby, and her sisters each have one girl. So, this little man is in for some spoiling :)

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Crafty Stuff on the Net

Just wanted to mention the So You Think You're Crafty challenge. There are some awesome entries, and the winning entry will publish a tutorial for us all! Yeeha! This goes on for ten weeks. Love it. Check it out and vote for your favorite.

While perusing the challenge, I've seen some of my favorite crafty bloggers, of course, but I've also discovered new soon to be favorites, I'm sure. For instance, check out Homemade by Jill, specifically her incredible, not-quite-edible felt food. I have to make some of this for H for Christmas. He loves playing restaurant, and we could incorporate reading, writing, and counting skills using a "menu," taking orders, making change for play money. Aieee! My mind is racing. She also has templates for a quiet book, felt playhouse, the list goes on!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Tragedy or Comedy

My fortune cookie last night reads:

Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think.

All my life, I would have classified myself as a thinker versus a feel-er, but, based on this, I guess I'm a feel-er.

What are you?