Grad school and littles have made holidays, especially Christmas, a strange time of year for me. Babies are physically exhausting and thankfully we are moving out of that phase. But Grad school and teaching college puts the emotional exhaustion of the end of a semester right in the middle of Continue Reading
Learning to knit is something I’ve toyed around with on and off over several years. My grandma taught me to crochet, but I’ve never been very good at it. Quilting is more my style. Knitting is different from crocheting and alleviates my biggest frustration with crochet (I can’t find the Continue Reading
It wasn’t a terrible plan. Now I’m all ready for my skills assessment!
I’m not yet sure which adjective describes my plan to weight my childhood doll to be a demonstration doll for teaching babywearing. (I’m in the process of becoming a volunteer babywearing educator. The training and application are long.) And upon looking at doll thinking I might as well just replace Continue Reading
or more things you can make with a yard or so of fabric. I scored big at Old Navy the day after Christmas and bought another coat to convert to a baby-wearing coat for a friend. The coat was black and while waiting in line I saw these buffalo plaid Continue Reading