Month: August 2014

Bride and Groom Cross Stitch #3

I have shared a few bride and groom cross stitch projects, but I have saved the best for last–me and my husband!  And, no offence to my sisters, but I think mine turned out the best!  I am so excited to share it with you, especially since it’s August and in just a few short …

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Choosing to be Open to Life: On Having more Kids

Just after you have a baby people ask all sorts of interesting questions.  Questions about pooping and labor and the details of breastfeeding.  By and large, however, one of the most common questions I field is, “So, are you guys going to have more kids?” I laugh when asked this question.  (well, in those first …

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Cross Stitch Bride and Groom #2

Hello!  Over the past few weeks I have been stitching up a storm and sharing a few of these bride and groom cross stitch projects.  I am excited to be sharing another one with you today–this time of my dear younger sister, Maria and her wonderful husband Joe.  Just so you know, I am going …

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On Breastfeeding

Turns out it’s World Breastfeeding Awareness week.  Who knew?  Well, I certainly didn’t until I spent an extended time nursing my baby a few nights ago, baby in one arm, smart phone in the other, cruising through a few of my favorite blogs. And so, here I am to chime in on the topic of breastfeeding, …

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Free Cross Stitch Font

Hello!  Today I am stopping by just briefly to share a free cross stitch font that I have been using lately in all of my cross stitch projects.  It is simple and yet a little bit stylish.  Here it is: And, because the baby is crying already, that’s all I got!   Happy Stitching!

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Coloring Aida Cloth

Hi!  I am stopping by to share something I used in this project: Coloring Aida Cloth.  Now, in case you don’t know, aida cloth is the name for the fabric you use while cross stitching.  Maybe I’m a little slow, but I have been cross stitching for years and I just figured that out a …

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