I’ve been meaning to make play clay for some time, and as I was thinking of stocking up on some fun things for Mausi to do after the baby is born, it seemed the perfect time to try out a play clay recipe. I used a fairly standard recipe […]
Long on my list of things to do has been to reacquaint myself with baking bread. I baked it when I was 17, when nothing seemed impossible or too complex, but somewhere along the line of intervening years “baking bread” began to seem like something that just required far too much […]
Our sling has been an invaluable bit of ‘baby gear’ from the very beginning, and still continues to get frequent use. I look forward to toting the newest family member in this same sling. And just wait until you see what Mausi is getting when the new babe is born!
Now that you know how I […]
Kite-paper…not just for window stars! Mausi and I used this fun tutorial to make some red kite-paper window hearts for our kitchen doors. Glowing brightly when the sun shines in, they make a nice addition for Valentine’s Day.
Winter also decided to return this week-end…Mausi was so […]
Despite our best efforts to the contrary, Mausi has decided that she is in fact a princess. Although, she doesn’t much go beyond just stating this fact…she hasn’t yet enlightened us as to what being a princess entails.
So I’ve thought a little about being a princess and have come to the conclusion that it’s […]
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