Well Santa brought Eric and I a snazzy new camera. And this means exactly what you think it means…TONS OF PICTURES OF GIGI in 2011!
Tons of pictures of Ginger AND my craft projects. I warn you now because if you don’t think you can get into that, then you may want to exit the blog. And I’m not apologizing because now that I’m a SAHM, you know, a “stay-at-home-mom” I’m not apologizing for anything.
So first things first, let’s all just focus on how cute Ginger is. And more specifically how cute she is in her new sherpa vest that Santa brought her.
Sigh. So in love. Ginger’s not too bad either.
Moving on. I’ve turned into one of those crazy craft ladies who makes things for all her family and friends. Then those family and friends are expected to use/wear whatever I got the itch to make. This happened for Christmas in full force. If you are ever the victim/recipient of a crazy craft lady, please remember that we enjoy making these things. Just because we enjoyed making them, it doesn’t mean that you should feel obligated to wear/use whatever it was that we spent countless hours making for you. You didn’t ask us to do it, we did it of our own volition. There is no sarcasm in my voice. Seriously, it’s our own fault for wanting to be so crafty.
And if flashy sequined jewelry wasn’t bad enough, I also silk-screened pictures of my child’s face onto onesies, baby t-shirts, men’s shirts, and grandma bags. Yes, I also made the grandma bags. To top it off, I even made a little luggage tag that is attached inside of the grandma bag so the grandmas could store…you guessed it, even more pictures of my child. It was such a rush to finish these that I didn’t get too many good pictures. But here are a few.
And here is proud Uncle Kirk.
The shirts might have been a bit much…but Ginger insisted on them. And speaking of Ginger, isn’t it about time we saw a few more pictures of her? She has honestly like doubled in size in the last two weeks!
This picture features the cutest shirt EVER from Adrienne, the best elephant ever from Jessica, and a quilt made by my mother in law, Grandma Debbie. Who is possibly an even crazier craft lady than I am! But she does have a few years on me…
Well! That is all I will subject you to for now. Stay tuned for more of my thoughts on being a SAHM, Rachel Ray, and seasonal socks.
GIGI LOVES YOU,