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Snow Day

Snow Day

It’s rare for B to have a day off during the week. He has been working hard to meet incentives at work,…

Dr. Seuss Themed Paper Cut Designs

I love Dr. Seuss. Maybe it’s the fun rhymes, cute…

KU Themed Nursery

B and I never really got around to decorating little…

Wedding Invites: Big Reveal

I love, love. I am so blessed that I get…

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Enjoying the struggle

I love my kids especially this little guy. He is spirited, challenging, and ornery as can be. Basically he is a little version of me. Of course when you are photographing kids you have to meet them where they are at. He didn’t want to…

P Family Session: Wichita Family Photographer

I love visiting with my family because I get the opportunity to photograph them. Hands down they are my favorite people—and I especially love my brother and his family because they are so photogenic. Here’s the thing about kids—they love to play so it’s good…

Advice from a Singer Manual

I write a lot on my blog about sewing. I promise I’m going to write more about the fun new party packages I have been listing on Etsy, but alas, this is about sewing as well. I’m very fortunate to have a multigenerational family who…

Come What May

So I disappeared there for a while, but I’m back now. Last August I wrote about how B and I were finally open to the idea of a second child. I had made finally made peace with the last pregnancy and was overjoyed at the…

Wonky Nine Patch Quilt

At any given time I have about five projects going at once, which is a good thing, because I need to finish five projects in time for Christmas. The newest quilt I’m working on is my take on Oh, Franssons!’s wonky nine patch block. I…

An Easy Baby Quilt: 2 Charm Packs

For those mama’s out there intimidated by quilting, I’m here to tell you, “You can do it.” Now granted, when I started quilting it was a little bit of an investment because I went out and bought the rotary cutter, the cutting mat, the thread,…

What do I do with my hands?

I work in the most powerful city in the world, often referred to as the unofficial Capitol of the world. I’ve rubbed elbows with some of DC’s most powerful men and women, but while most up and comers would relish the chance to meet these…

Intergenerational Self: What the heck does that mean?

I love history, especially the history of my family. I read a column back in March that ran in the New York Times that really stuck with me. If you have time to read it, it’s worth the time. If not, the basic premise for…