The only trouble with these puberty books is that now both kids are convinced they’re going through puberty … and I’m pretty sure they’re not.
Remember how Shopkins started the tiny toy craze and parents were always complaining about spending $5 for a rubber avocado the size of a thumbnail?
The more time I spend making things for our home, the more I realize nothing stays the same. Kids grow, needs shift, tastes change, trends pass and what once felt beautiful or functional can suddenly stop being either. Longtime readers may remember that three… Continue Reading “Stuffed animal zoo re-do”
We assumed she’d lost the ring at school, as she’d admitted to taking it off. I wondered if I should have just left it safely in my jewelry box.
Our daughter loves this super-soft reversible hooded robe, and it was easy to sew thanks to a free pattern!