I was so confused. With his usual “choo choo (meaning train)”, Towa comes to me gesturing and hopping and says “Boing!” And lightly hits his head with his own hand.
Then Kent told me, “he’s telling you a story! He was jumping on his Thomas bed and slipped and hit his head on the side of the bed!”
Aww! I know, I know, you might not be interested in my daily personal stories, but now I finally know how all the other parents think and feel. Everything your child does is precious and so cute❤️ And when they get hurt it’s so sad and I feel bad like I’m a bad parent for a second but if they’re okay it’s kinda funny and cute too (if you saw my live art with Towa today you know what I’m talking about😂).
What’s the cutest thing your child/nieces/nephews/cousins have done that made your heart melt
I’ve been absent lately.. life has gotten hectic with birthday parties and school events and everything child related, and the weather made me tired and unmotivated. But it finally feels like spring and I have so many fun things planned now that we have a chance (between storms) to get outside! Here’s one of the things I worked on during my accidental social media time out. Light blue letters have been added to the shop!
UNIQUE | Our keepsake boxes are made from wood and like with any natural product, no two boxes will be the same. The texture and pattern will all vary and that's what we love about them!
Bring different is one of the most beautiful things on earth. Embrace your 'you'ness.
This is the room that started it all. In this room, I discovered a love for design. •
Now, I didn't have much to go on then. I knew how expensive babies were and so I wanted to be very budget-conscious but still create an incredible room that I would be proud to bring my first baby home to.
Most everything in this room was either gifted to us, repurposed, or was a DIY project. In fact, I think the side tables and storage bins (along with a couple of decor pieces) were the only thing I bought for the space. •
All in all, this room took less than $500 to pull together, and I was dang proud of that. •
I've grown so much since I created this room for my son. I've watched hours upon hours of YouTube videos, read countless design books and articles, and studied the work of the pros. •
And now that I can see all of the design flaws in this room, I'm still so proud of it. •
This will always be my starting point, the room that I use as the first point of my ruler to measure how far I've come.
What is the one thing that you would've changed in your nursery if you had known what you know now Share below to help out all the future mamas!