23 March 2010

Peek a Boo

Peek

Guess Who!

It's Bella, of course! We took that at the Science Museum on either side of a giant crystal ball. It was one of the only pictures I took that turned out (overexposed dinosaur bones! blurry kids!). I think it is so cute.

Today I am home and Bella and I just made our usual To-Do list while we ate breakfast.


  • Make Easter Cards
  • Finish Sewing "Bark, George" set (needs cow and pig)
  • Play Beauty Parlor
  • Bake a Cake
  • Do "Cinderella" Chores (we both find chores more exciting if one of us is the wicked stepmother)
  • Go to the Grocery Store (the one with the firetruck carts [Cub])
  • Make Carrot Soup (supper)
  • Sister Bath
  • Dance at Dance Class
Should be a fun day. 

Here are some shoes I made this weekend. 

Gnome Shoes

They were for a tiny new neighbor who was having a neighborhood shower thrown in his honor. I made them out of my favorite fabric ever, the little gnomies. I showed them to Brent and he says, "You should get a gnome for your Fairy Garden." I'd consider that permission granted to buy a gnome, wouldn't you? The baby mama seemed to like the shoes a lot, although she was thinking he'd be walking by the time he wore them (I remember this, looking at 6 mos clothes and thinking they'd be in school by the time they wore those). I felt kind of dumb because the gift right before me from another neighbor was a Baby Bjorn. Aren't those things like $100? And I made shoes? Dur.

Well time to go. Wicked Stepmother is wanting me to play beauty parlor. 

2 comments:

  1. They are 50 to 125 on amazon depending on which version, if you are talking about the backpack thingy. Inappropriate for a baby shower -- spending that much, but what do I know.

    I have some wood. Do you prefer 2 4 by 4 beds or one big one? And should I incorporate a special gnome holder?

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  2. Oh good idea, we could just have a gnome home in the yard instead of a garden! Except I already ordered the veggies so no going back now. I am fine with whatever is easiest/best as far as two versus one. I have no concept of lumber limitations.

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