I have failed horribly at taking pictures of the last several things I've made. Those of you who do not see what I've done for you, please email me a picture. On the other hand, I have been ordering my fabric from here since I started this journey. Love, Love, Love the fabric I get from her. It is not something you can buy in stores (around here), which is why I love it. Shipment is always fast and her prices are great! I thought I would share the love because..... she did! She featured some of my outfits on her blog! How cool is that! So go ahead and check her out.
Today was silly hat day at Coops school. We made this hat yesterday and he LOVED it. If you know Cooper, you know he has always had a love for bugs. He goes through the house wanting to find cobwebs(we all have them) hoping that a spider is in them so he can "look at it". When he was just two, he found a black widow on our front porch and picked it up. Scared me to death! Nothing scares him. No matter how many times we have told him that there are poisonous bugs, he is still so fascinated by them. Which brings me to the silly hat day- hat. This was a hat of his dads that I found on top of the refridge outside and the net was the one we used last week to catch crabs at the beach. As for as the bugs....well, we had them all. I told him to go look under beds, couches, dressers and everywhere else that they might have kicked a bug under while they were cleaning up. Of course.... I had to make a shirt to go along with the theme. I am so blessed to be able to have the time to do these special things for them. I've always tried to be as involved with their activities as possible, but I did not realize, even working part-time, how much I missed.
"Can we live at the beach?" We were asked this question at least 10 times a day. I guess that is a good indication that they had fun. We did absolutely nothing... just went to the beach and pool everyday, all day. It was so relaxing. I must say it was a lot harder getting them up for school this morning than it was getting them up before daylight to catch crabs. Hudson was a real trooper. It only took him one time to eat the sand, and he realized he didn't want to do that.