Things have been some what crazy this week!
I had a huge design deadline I absolutely had to make (and I did!) and then there is school stuff and various other kid stuff, and getting the baby weighed (he gained back to his birth weight and is Mr Average all round… how nice!) and taking a shower once in a while, not to mention food and sleep requirements. So yeah.. crazy crazy around the pickle farm.
And yet, I still seem to spend an awful lot of time sitting on my bum with a baby propped on my shoulder (and spewing down my back)… so I put that time to good use you know and spend it clicking around the interwebs.
So here’s a few good links from my baby spew moments…
I am totally in love and incredibly envious of the gorgeous lush green children’s garden over at A Handmade Childhood. I’m already making plans for spring seed buying and planting!
The Adult Privilege Check list at Shut Up Sit Down is a very thought provoking read in deed… not sure my brain is up for such deep thinking at present but I can’t stop pondering this.
I think these nifty paper garlands would make awesome christmas decorations.
And I want to make this hat for Quatro… actually one for each child would be good, if I could just get my hands on some wool jumpers….
Oh and one day I am going to make one of these awesome super sized marble paintings (as seen at Let The Children Play) to hang on our wall!
And if you happen to be a digi scrapper (or would like to be!) you should pop on over to pickleberrypop because it is our fourth birthday and there are lots of goodies to share! Almost the whole shop is 30% off and there are loads of lolly bags (grab bags) full of great stuff for only $3.50 US… but only until August 3rd!
This is my lolly bag…get it while you can!
And of course, it’s Friday! Time to flog ya blog with the lovely new hostess Lori from Random Ramblings of a Stay at Home Mum.
Happy Weekend everyone!
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Im halfway thru the adult privilege checklist – because its pretty full on! But what an interesting and kinda sad read.
Love those garlands and the handmade childhood sounds fabulous :)
Saw some handmade felt bags, with embroidery, up in Dunolly last w/end, just gorgeous!
Good luck with the felting :)
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thanks for sharing these links…
i love the marble painting too!
happy flog your blog friday!