Saturday, April 4, 2009

I can't believe the weekend is almost over...Really?

Tomorrow I am going to the most delicious brunch EVER. A hotel in town has the best buffet brunch ever with desserts to die over. I am so excited!

I joined a new group on Etsy. It's called EtsyBABY and they seem like a great group of artisans! I am super excited to really get involved and get to know some of these wonderdful ladies! This group caters towards babies and young toddlers. They are a very talented group of crafters who specialize in high end boutique quality items.Just search " etsyBABY team" (without the qoutation marks) and you will get a wide variety of great items for baby!

Ah school. What to say about school. I just have to finish this one paper, and my stress level will hopefully plummet. I am so burnt out, I need a long vacation. Thank goodness my dad is coming to visit in a few weeks, maybe then I can get some breathing time. Brooke will love having Grandpa Tom here, for he is one crazy, funloving Grandpa!

And now for some ADORABLE pictures of my daughter. Hard to resist, isn't she?


This is my monkey wearing some of my unsellable creations. She loves mommy's castoffs!

My daughter is a strange cookie. She's sitting in an empty laundry basket watching Sunday morning cartoon...haha.


One of her pretty face.

Going down the huge inflatable slide at one of friend's birthday party. Love the face!

She insisted that she needed her legwarmers on. (Purchased from Fategoddess from etsyBABY!!!)

And one of her beautiful, crooked, toddler smiles.



5 comments:

Jazzy Jemz said...

Brooke is looking fabulous in your cast offs. What a beautiful baby. Yay for brunch!

Jenn said...

she is GORGEOUS! you better have one big stick to keep the boys away when she gets older! LOL

<3

Sarah said...

Great blog! I found you through etsy. I'm just getting started on Blogger. Come check me out so we can follow eachother! Beautiful daughter!!

Denise said...

What a gorgeous and very photogenic little girl!

Celina said...

What a beautiful daughter you have! I've often wondered what the allure to sitting in empty laundry baskets was! It's like Christmas around here if my kids can find one of my laundry baskets!