Today is my youngest child's 3rd birthday! Cole is such a blessing to us. I love how individual and unique every one of my children are. I assumed having another boy would be much the same since I already had one. Boy, was I wrong. King David wrote in Psalm 139:14 "I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." I love to tell my children that not only are they loved by God, but He made them special just the way He
Violette Field Threads has done it again. It seem the designers are constantly upping their game and it challenges me to keep up. The testers in our group are all so creative and uplifting and I love the comradary we share. When I first saw this pattern I didn't know what they would call it and this styled shoot popped in my mind instantly. I knew I had to do it. I laughed so hard when I saw the name! It was destiny. Meet Saylor! A fully lined vintage inspired swimsuit with
My sister has a tradition of hosting a 4th of July party at her house. We always gather there because her city allows fireworks and party planning is one of my sister's great strengths. We always have such a great time and this year was no exception. This year they added a big water slide bounce house to the mix and the kids were in heaven! Here are a few pictures from our day.
Finally they made a pattern with my daughter's name! Well almost, it's spelled a little differently but it was only a matter of time, right? They're turning out patterns so quickly these days. Kaitlynn is so trendy and sweet! And surprisingly quick and easy to sew. We loved it so much that we made two. It's an off the shoulder ruffle top with optional shoulder straps. There is both a romper and dress version and a matching sash. I made two rompers because Kate has a whole clo