Our little pumpkin turned four months old on the weekend! Wow, how time flies! She currently weighs 11 pounds, 7 ounces and is still a tiny one as she is in the 5th percentile for weight. She is now back to being average for length and that is definitely showing in her onesies!
Four years ago today I made the best decision of my life when I walked down the aisle and I said “I do” to my best friend.
I love the idea of giving new life to an old item and have been an avid painter over the years. I discovered chalk paint last summer and went to town chalk painting anything and everything I could get my hands onto. Before that I used regular paint to revamp old furniture. I’ve also been one to do a quick recover on dining chairs to freshen them up. I love giving a personal, unique touch to an item and the amount you can save doing some work is great. Plus, you can’t beat having a real wood product over the cheap materials that are being used today. Here are a few of my bigger projects from over the years. Continue reading
Winter is upon us whether we like it or not and instead of complaining about the upcoming -40 degree celsius weather, I will embrace it by hiding in my home with a hot chocolate in hand and a computer on my lap to online shop for all things red, plaid and faux fur!
I’ve always enjoyed putting together my own Halloween costume, even though there are tons of awesome options out there to purchase. The excitement for me is pulling together items from stores that I can customize or finding the perfect article of clothing that screams an idea at me from the local thrift store. For Emsley’s first Halloween I knew I needed to channel my creativity into her costume as these days I no longer have anywhere to wear one! Being that Emsley is only three months old I knew I needed a costume that would look cute on her from a top down view as she spends the majority of her days lying on her back. I randomly saw a picture of a “Cotton Candy” costume from Pottery Barn Kids and knew I could easily make a version of it.