The newest pattern from Filles a Maman is here and now available in her shop! I tested the Clemence Shorts a few weeks ago, putting my name in the testing hat on a whim. I’ve tested for Mel before, and she is such a sweetheart. I loved how it was set up too, we could sign up for different jobs,
Yesterday was your birthday. You came down the stairs to a busy house and when we turned to exclaim ‘Happy Birthday!’ you were stumbling around like a hot mess and desperate for a drink of water. Daddy got it for you, and before I could express the thought that maybe you were sick (a classmate of yours had been throwing up the night before) you threw up all over the landing.
When I was pregnant with my firstborn, I bought a Waverly bedding set for the crib. It’s pretty much all I did, there wasn’t a lot of decorating going on. It was pre-pinterest after all. (I didn’t even read blogs yet…) BUT, I loved that bedding. There were two bedskirts, a floral one that I already upcycled into a quilt (here), and one with eyelet lace that I refashioned like so…!
After a few days of too much… too much sickness, too much eating, too much playing, too much skiing (depending on who you were) and not enough sleep for anyone, we went for a walk. The kids didn’t really want to go, and I didn’t really want to go (I wanted to go skiing), but like usual once we were out there things just… got better.
The theme for this round of Kids Clothes Week is upcycle, which just means using hand me downs to create new and awesome garments. I don’t do a heck of a lot of that, mainly because I hate storing stuff. I had a garbage bag full of stuff that I might be able to use, and went on a bit of a rampage last year saving buttons, but doing that just drags me down. It’s too much ‘stuff,’ and it clutters my brain. BUT…upcycling is fun, and makes me feel like I’m doing an art project.