August 16, 2007

Looooong Day

A toddler and chocolate soy pudding should not be left unattended. Oops. Let me just say that I am glad our new couches are dark brown. I am still finding globs of pudding in the craziest places. And I only left him for maybe a few minutes in the kitchen while I threw in a load of laundry...

I got some promising books at the library like New Knits On The Block and Speed Knitting to give me some good ideas for a possible home-made Christmas this year. Even if I don't go 100% homemade, I am having fun toying with the idea. I am wondering how I can get everyone in blogland involved to compile the fabulous tips you all probably have. But right now, me so sleepy.

And if you're thinking what is up with all the giveaways and reviews and such this week, it's wrap up time for my summer of giveaways and I've got a few more fun surprises ahead.

First, I am going to hit the hay. Night!



  1. Oh no! That sounds messy!!

    A list of homemade tips from around the blogosphere sounds great!

    Jane, P&B Girls

  2. I agree. A homemade list of presents sounds like a good idea!

  3. I was planning to give home-made gifts for x'mas too! could b efun if each all blogger friends could make one thing simple and then have a surprise xmas gift swap...

  4. I wish I had time to make something, but my friends know, I'm the queen of home-made... I will defenately post some ideas!

    Here is one post:

  5. OH NO... he he. My girls have definitely did that with their yo-baby sticks of yogurt.

    I would love to see a list of home-made toys as well :)

  6. I love the idea of homemade gifts, but I have no ideas! Would love tips!

  7. I love the idea of a homemade Christmas too, but I'm not crafty enough. But hmmmmmm, it IS an interesting idea.

  8. My favorite gifts are homemade ones. Unfortunately, the only crafty thing I can do is crochet doilies, which is only good for about one holiday, so I'd love to see what you come up with!

  9. I just ordered the New Knits On The Block yesterday!

  10. What a great idea for a homemade Christmas! I actually want to learn to knit. My Nana knits and it is one of those things I want her to pass down to me. I love the bkankets she has made me... and the scarves. I have saved everything to pass down. It is so special! Good for you... keep us updated on your progress!!
    - Audrey
    Pinks & Blues Girls

  11. After eating chocolate pudding Mark leaves his face as if he's sporting full facial hair -- beard and all!!!



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