I’ve seen it happen. You probably have too.
The couples who fall apart after having kids because they focus so much on the children and forget about each other. I am determined that that not happen to us.
And with Olive’s birth so near our anniversary, I decided to make a creative gift.
Awhile back, I shared how to make a drawstring bag. I didn’t tell you that I used it for packaging up a sibling gift for a baby shower I went to. It seems as if everyone I know is having more babies, and I was looking for a cute and easy gift for
I have been so grateful for all of the wonderful baby shower gifts I’ve received. People have been so helpful in getting me diapers, clothes, and all sorts of other essential gear. Since I’m starting from scratch with my first little baby, I needed everything. Even though I tend towards minimalism, that’s still
I don’t know about where you live, but sickness is going around here like crazy. So many people have had stomach flus, colds, and even pneumonia. Poor Erik has caught just about everything there is to catch this year.
I’ve managed to miss out on it all so far. I’m so grateful to not have
I have a group of friends with whom I volunteer. Each year we have a little meeting and some dinner. I also like to make up gifts for them all. Last year I created the Workday Survival Kit.
This year I wanted to do something slightly less practical though.
Enter homemade caramels.
I love gifts in a jar. They’re so compact. So cute. So great for giving to everybody. Here’s a fun idea, along with a free printable to make your own:
This one is super fun for the teen girl in your life. After filling your jar with some great pampering items like lotion,