One of my all-time favorite nurseries via
You know I love the all-white, the lotus flower pendant and the contrast
of the antique chair with the modern, leather ottomans. So dreamy!
We had another baby-theme day at our home. My sweetest friend in the world
is having her third baby girl....there was such a span between the other two that
she got rid of all of her baby gear and clothes. We had to celebrate this little bean!
Here are a few pictures from what I like to call "A Wing & A Prayer" Shower:
Emily handmade each one of these cupcake art cute thingies!! She is such a
good artist. Here she is:
See the little birds (she made each one, again by hand--they are so detailed)
and brought these branches in to make this:
A prayer tree for the baby girl!! She emailed each guest a week ago to have
them send her a prayer for the baby and family. She stuck the branches in
river rocks. Isn't she creative?
Speaking of creative, my dear friend Anisa was here, too:
These girls are gorgeous and talented. She did this:
among other things. Such an artist and amazing decorator!
Okay, I have to brag about my husband, too. I asked if he could
help cut some fruit while I clean (I am too cheap to buy the pre-cut
stuff. I know I should when I'm busy...but it is so much cheaper
to cut your own.) Look at what he did:
I told him we are opening an Edible Arrangements. I have never seen such a pretty plate of
fruit. He's a good one.
Isn't this cute cake bunting I got from etsy this week? (I'll post the
specific store later this week. I need to find their business card)
It was a sweet, intimate shower. I can't believe I didn't snap one of Cori!! Sorry,
girlfriend (although, I have never met a preggars in their 33rd week who
really cared if someone forgot to take their photo :)
And I was really having fun with Chris' camera today. How is it that
my husband works with a camera daily, yet I am the
family's photographer? At least I get to use his good camera.
Please indulge me with some kid and garden pictures...
These boys love to pick and eat basil!!
I take no credit for this bounty. I only neglect the garden and cook
what Chris brings in (sometimes). Do you think sometimes
the plants grow better if you neglect them...what doesn't
kill ya makes you stronger kinda thing?
I know...I have been trying to cut it all week. I bet I am the only
one in this country club 'hood who doesn't put pants
on their kids....or cut their hair. This place needs a few
hippies to shake things up.
And end the day with noodles on the couch. Am I the only mom
who does that?
Life. Is. Good.