Hubs Delusional

The other night, over dinner, hubby and I were commenting on how slow Jovie’s hair is growing. The conversation went more less like this: Me: Jovie’s back hair is growing but the front is still so short. Hubby: They’ll grow. Me: She’s still cute, but a bit more hair on the forehead would be good. Hubby: Well, just be patient, good things come to those who waits. Me: Hmmm, guess so. Hubby: Like my hair for example. They’re just not here yet, still waiting for them to grow. Me: {I stared, mouth opened… five seconds later…} HA HA HA HA

Dear Diary

When I was younger I tried to keep a diary but each one never lasted more than 10 entries. Then I started blogging, started after M was born and then I went into this craft blog. Granted I wasn’t as regular when it was just a baby update blog at least I kept it up. I think it was before Christmas, or maybe even Thanksgiving, hubby was talking to our neighbor friend and our friend said (more less): “Ok, I’ll put it in my diary.” I looked at him and said, “So, you have like a diary where you regularly

IKEA Bookcase

Hi!! Hope you all had a great Saturday! We sure did!! The bonfire + fireworks at our friends’ were great. There were mixed reviews on the Smores. Some, most of the kids, thought it was great and some other thought it was just a bit odd and overall too sweet. Whether they liked the Smores or not we all had fun toasting marshmallows! Jovie was ok for the most part but then the fireworks got loud and got scared but with some love she was fine. She eventually fell asleep. I would too if I were in her seat. She

Favorite Number: 7

Seven has always been my favorite number. I don’t know if it’s because I was born on the seventh but whatever it is I have a thing for this number. Today’s our seventh wedding anniversary. Two kids and two countries later we’re still silly over each other. It’s a great feeling and whether you’re married or not, I want to let you know that it really is worth it to be with somebody you’re heads over heels with. If it wasn’t for the military I wouldn’t care less if we’re married or not. It’s not the piece of paper that’s

Tut: More Flowers

I’ve been messing with flowers the last two days and today I made this for M. This flower hair piece was created using two tuts… or a combination of. The main idea came from this party flower tutorial minus step 5. Instead of the fluffy look I wanted to do this flatter look based on the Fabric Flower tutorial (plus I only have this fabric, scissors, white thread, and a needle). The two tuts were created by the same person. Pretty neat huh? Next time I’m going to use these flower techniques using pattern/tissue paper. I think it’ll give the