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Monthly Archives: February 2012
I posted the pictures of my knit hair net yesterday, but didn’t have time to post the pattern. Please keep in mind that I’ve only been knitting since the middle of January. If you have a question about my pattern, … Continue reading
It is very hard to find a pattern for a knit hair net. Crocheted hair net… easy stuff. But knit? I found ONE pattern, but it was from 1940 and I didn’t care for it. So I made my own. … Continue reading
Bella’s baby started out a little wild-haired, but normal considering she belonged to a 1 year-old Bella. And then tragedy struck. When we were cutting up and bagging chicken this … Continue reading
For Declan’s first birthday, I made a monkey cake. It was very simple and turned out adorable! The cake was banana, of course, made with no sugar, only honey. The icing was cream cheese and chocolate cream cheese. I found … Continue reading
Declan is adorable in his new little suit!
Who would have thought? There is a compilation of cloth diaper patterns, how-to’s, materials, and more in Google Docs. If it hadn’t been for someone in our local Freecycle wanting wool, I’d never have found this document. I’ve been thinking … Continue reading
Yesterday morning, I suspected that Jeepers was going to have her babies very soon. She was being so quiet, and I could tell she was having sporadic contractions. When Danny arrived home from work, he helped me give her a … Continue reading
Jeepers had her babies tonight at about 9:30. We had the baby monitor on and were able to see the birth. She had a black and white doeling and a brown and white buckling. The babies seem healthy and ALL … Continue reading
A year ago, I found the absolute perfect barbecue sauce recipe on the back of a molasses jar. Of course, I had to “fix” it a bit for our family. We eat a lot of barbecue sauce; it is Danny and Bella’s first choice … Continue reading