Monthly Archives: January 2015

hello, Friday

Hello, Friday! Even though my life as a stay-at-home mom doesn’t have clock-in, clock-out hours, I can still feel the difference when we hit the weekend. This week, I’m especially ready for Friday. I have a full-ish weekend, but have made sure that I have time to regroup and recharge. {Yesterday I took my mother-in-law […]

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winterized inspiration

This is the week when I hook back up with my sewing machine. I finished my Christmas sewing about a week before Christmas and proceeded to take a break from all normal-life projects. And that included sewing. Do you ever need a sewing break? It’s not that I was burned out exactly, but I needed […]

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the quilted Christmas skirt (and a bonus sweater)

I’ve been meaning to get this skirt photographed and posted for a couple of weeks now. Currently my browser is acting bizarre, but I’m throwing all caution to the winds and writing this anyway (at the risk of losing it all to the cyber void). Every year┬ámy siblings and I had Christmas outfits to wear […]

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resolutions, sewing and otherwise

Happy New Year, dears! I took an unofficial holiday break, and it feels good to be back. I spent my holiday here in Oregon with family. We enjoyed movies and sugar cookies and Salt & Straw. When I would take Asher home to bed, I’d have a few hours by myself (Josh would stay to […]

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