One of the best things about being a teacher is school holidays.
Before Ava came along, I used to look forward to the sleep-ins, days on the couch in front of the telly in my jammies and endless hours of shopping and coffee catch ups. I may not get sleep-ins, but I certainly get to hang about in my jammies, not bother putting on any make-up or do my hair, and the endless hours of TV have been replaced with Giggle and Hoot and Peppa Pig. Holidays certainly aren’t what they used to be anymore, but I am so grateful for the extra time that I get to spend with my little Miss, allowing me to feel like a stay-at-home Mummy again.
I’ve been away at a wedding all weekend so haven’t managed to keep up my challenge to the full extent I would have liked! Bummer!! Oh well, I’ve still been creative thorough it all, thank goodness, I’ve just been without my craft supplies and sewing machine!
Seeing as I was having withdrawals, as soon as I got home I got straight into this gorgeous little project!
My Cousin-in-law Michelle is having a bubby in May and she had her baby shower today!
Michelle and Juan have decided not to find out what they are having, which if great, but never know what to buy for a neutral baby shower!
It’s my niece Stephanie’s birthday tomorrow and we had a birthday dinner for her tonight. So cute-a pink party!
Pink hats, pink drink, pink food, pink cake…fun!!!
I bought this pattern off Etsy over a year ago when I first received my sewing machine and it’s been sitting on my computer since then so I figured it was about time I brought this cute little project to life!