Thank you for letting me be proud of myself for coming up with a frog solution on
Olive's Pearl's dress. I think we, as women, give ourselves far too little credit sometimes.
We should celebrate our successes, especially when we don't have a boss or coworkers to sing our praises, give us accolades, or a big fat raise. Of course, right after I had frog success I had hat failure, just to keep my big head in it's place.
I had a grand idea for a hat for Drummer and the first attempt was a fail. The second attempt was a not-100%-pleased-but-close-enough-because-I-have-a-million-other-things-I-need-to-be-doing conclusion.
If I can get Drummer to keep it on his head, I'll show you. He's rather proud of his baldness, which is pretty much pure cuteness, and a joy to rub for good luck.
Meanwhile, Happy St. Patrick's day from cLOVEr, who is irresistibly pinchable with her buns-a buns-a.
Oh you are so right about women needing to give ourselves a little more credit---especially the ones who are at home. I've been hard on myself lately, so thanks for reminding me to be nice to myself! :)ReplyDelete
Kudos to you Katy for all you do and who are, and Wahoos to all women working at home or about. You are all A M A Z I N G !ReplyDelete
Happy St Patrick's Day to you and yours Katy xReplyDelete
I would LOVE a clover crown!
Beautiful!! Your pictures look always so professional!ReplyDelete
Happy St Patrick's day
Kidlet hats are HARD to make!! I tried four times before I got it somewhat-OK-I-guess-you-are-allowed-out-in-public-in-this!!! But I tell you once I amde them and had the little strappy thing on the kids have been great about wearing them!ReplyDelete
We all have our strengths! And you should be proud of yourself. You are amazing. A friend knit the most adorable little hat for my Willa, (sort of like those Hanna Andersson pilot caps, only knit) and I could never duplicate it, even though I want to make versions of it for her until she's 18.ReplyDelete
Love it :)