Diaper Drive – Help a Mother Out

November 1, 2009

A few months ago, I was introduced to an organization called Help a Mother Out by my friend Whitney of Rookie Moms. The mission of Help a Mother Out (or HAMO for those of us who are lazy typists) is to provide diapers to parents in need. Did you know: Government assistance programs like WIC […]

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Upcycled Baby Pants

May 13, 2009

I’ve been sewing up a storm — a storm of baby pants! Over the past few weeks, I’ve made six pairs of pants for August. Six pairs! I’m normally not so good at sewing pants or anything else with a curve or a hem, but these pants were hella easy. I used the Rookie Moms […]

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Home Made Baby Food

April 19, 2009

One of my greatest pleasures as a mother is feeding my kids. (Um, really? Who would have guessed?) Feeding my babies is a particular joy. I love introducing them to new foods and flavors because they’re just so receptive. They even make cute faces when they don’t like something! I made almost all of Wyatt’s […]

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Taggie Monster Tutorial

March 28, 2009

The other night I had a dream I was making a super cute stuffed monster for Augie. The dream was one of those super realistic ones, where you wake up and you’re not sure if you actually lived it or not. I made the monster out of actual materials in my stash and it was […]

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Swaddling Blankets

July 17, 2008

My latest craft project was to make a bunch of swaddling blankets for the new baby. When Wyatt was teeny-tiny, the only way he would sleep was if he was being held, and even then he never slept more than three hours at a time.  I’m all for attachment parenting and co-sleeping, but sitting up […]

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May Daily #23: Tierza and Beate

May 23, 2008

The Kleins came over for a quick dinner visit. Little Tierza was a happy, happy girl and charmed us all.

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