Even though I have boys, I still secretly(and now not-so-secretly) browse plenty of blogs featuring frilly, girly, ruffly crafts and tutorials. Wishful thinking, I guess:) One of my very favorite blogs that will be the first I go to if I were to ever have the opportunity to craft for a
I have sad news. My 4 year old is a big boy. He has been over 40 lbs for the past year now, 46 to be exact(I know, he’s basically a moose. Tall, skinny, and sturdy) and I have been lamenting over the fact that he’s too big for the stroller let
This morning I was checking out my blog roll when I discovered a link to a relatively new and refreshing blog. It’s called Better Together, made up of 3 sisters living in 3 different states, who have what each other lacks. One loves to cook, the other craft, and the other is into fitness
Calling all crafty/sewing mamas of boys!! If you haven’t noticed in the blogosphere, boy tutorials and crafts are pretty scarce. I seriously drool over the girly stuff, ooh-ing and ahh-ing the whole time. Then I realize,” I will never get to do those crafts” which turns into me scouring the
I love the ideals of Etsy. Supporting talented people and creativity, allowing women who are stay at home moms to contribute to their family income and do something they love. It makes me all warm and fuzzy inside. One thing that I love about having boys is little boy undies.
If you’re like me and do everything last minute, I’m sure you’ve noticed that by this time, so close to Valentine’s Day, the store’s selections on Valentine’s Day cards are pretty barron. This is my sons first year exchanging “friendship cards” and I wanted to do something unique and with the leftover
I love crafting. It is great to unwind and be creative while in turn beautifying parts of your life. I am always so proud of my results and I think it keeps me well-rounded. My crafting usually revolves around my kids, so I have been searching for different ideas for
Our little ones feet are so important. Putting the wrong shoe on your baby could shape their foot the wrong way for the rest of their life. Did you know that in US studies, 2/3 of all adults have problems with their feet by the time they are mid-aged? A