Can you imagine a world without Etsy? Or any of the little shops of homemade things?
Today is CPSIA Blogging Day.
I think Congress has a good intention but went about passing things in a harsh way, this will end up killing small children businesses all together.
Confused as to what I'm talking about, read more HERE.
Want to help, Go HERE.
[GASP, What will happen to these?]
But I've really enjoyed being pregnant and that's all.
[Thanks to Brinlee for dressing Pamela up, they'll be great friends]
...Is what Don yelled right after half-time when LeBron was ALL ALONE on the bench.
Due to our proximity to the Cavs bench (there was only one row of chairs between us & them) I kept picturing things to play out like this:
Anywho, LeBron wouldn't have understood me because he was in the middle of a GAME and then there was no way I could entirely explain myself and things would just continue to be awkward between us throughout the rest of the game.
Either way, the game was AWESOME! The Jazz may have lost, but I found myself cheering for both teams, it was a WIN-WIN situation.
What can I say? I'm a FAIR-WEATHER fan.
P.S. Kyle Korver is my soulmate.
If I would've worn a shirt that said KYLE'S BABY...eye contact would've been established and he would just laugh because HE GETS ME.
We're both cool like that.
...that's what I should've done.
[All photos were taken with my camera, neat huh?
Also, BIG THANKS to Nan & Scott for such a GREAT time!]
...That we will be sitting in close proximity to Mr. LeBron James himself.
...That you may catch me on TV wearing this T-shirt...
...That some people think this would be white trash.
Just like every parent before, we've been working on putting together our nursery for Pamela. I feel like we've been at this awhile and I am sure we will still be putting things together even days before she arrives.
My fluttery brain even keeps me from stringy sentences together & doing cute things to the pictures I take...I may turn into one of those bloggers that just posts pictures for awhile, we'll see.
Anyways in order to make way for more of Pammy's stuff I am trying to get rid of all of the purses I have made...you know what the means FREE SHIPPING + REDUCED PRICES!! Tell your friends, head over to my shop and help me make way for this baby of ours!
but that didn't stop me from having such a good time when some of my friends threw me a baby shower a couple of weeks ago...
I had a blast and Pam was surely spoiled! Thanks to everyone who participated from near and far [Plus many more GREAT friends and family who weren't able to make it!]
-Watch late, late night TV shows or info merchials
-Catch up on everyone's blogs
-Play Tetris, Facebook style
-Read "What to Expect While You're Expecting"
-Look up baby names on the Interweb
And if all else fails, when you can't sleep...
-Completely take your Blog apart and put it together again...
Uno Promblemo...now that I am done, what will I do next? Any suggestions?
I was at Girls' Camp when I first thought I could be pregnant.
It was the day of the BIG hike, Don came up to be a priesthood holder, and we had hiked 2 more miles than we were supposed to. On the way back he actually asked me if we were pregnant yet? [Men!] We laughed but as I counted I realized I really could've been. Don was at work the day I arrived home and so I took 1 pregnancy test without him and then went and bought two more...you know, to make sure.
On occasion, I am known to bring home a box of Crunch N' Munch [one of Don's favorite treats] so when he came home from work and I told him I had a present for him, he asked for Crunch N' Munch but got a lot more [I had put the tests in plastic and then in a cute gift bag].
Since then being pregnant has been a lot of fun and though I am nervous to have a baby I am sure excited to meet our little girl**.
**Some might be disappointed but we aren't really naming her Pamela...we actually don't have a name, but I'm still taking suggestions.
P.S. I'm 33 Weeks pregnant, time flies, doesn't it?
However, with the new baby and all sorts of other things going on I don't know quite what will happen to my little shop...I haven't decided yet, but change is a coming, of that I am sure...
I think I may have mentioned this before, about the Topsy Turvy Dolls, and how my mom made a bunch a sold them back in the 80's. Anyways I was helping my mom clean out her cupboards the other day I came across a picture of her dolls...and thought it would be fun to compare hers to the few I made this year.
Aren't they such cute and fun dolls? My mom could whip them out like no other, I however get a little tied up with the yarn hair [once I can figure out a faster way to do it maybe I'll add some to my shop, who knows?]
But my mom always did have a way with yarn...
Speaking of, I got an e-mail and a comment asking me about the blanket pictured in my last post. My mom made each of us, her seven children, these amazing Afghans for Christmas. I have to say it's one of my favorite Christmas presents...she started making them in October and barely finished right before Christmas. Like I said before, one talented Mama!