Sylvi Elsa was born on February 20th. My raven-haired beauty with eyes shaped like a kitty cat and pointed ears like a fairy.
I’m not going to have time to blog for awhile, but I am very active on my personal Instagram @make.it.quirk. Also, I just started a new Instagram account, featuring beautiful vintage children’s books: @thelittlelostlibrary. Thanks for the follow!
I stumbled upon these beautifully illustrated and charmingly told books by Gladys Conklin at a library book sale. Gladys was a librarian who founded the Hayward Library Bug Club in the 60’s in response to the interest of local children … Continue reading →
Here’s my idea of a neato summer reading list. I would say this list would best be suited for ages 3-8…a huge age range, I know, so some are for older ones and some are for the wee sweethearts. 1. … Continue reading →
There are a few more weeks left of Eastertide which is a perfect excuse to read yet another book about Easter bunnies, and let me tell you, this is the best book about Easter bunnies EVER! “The Country Bunny and … Continue reading →
Hello, friends! Wow, I haven’t blogged in such a long while. I did make the decision to stop blogging at least for the summer for a myriad of reasons, the most exciting being that I am currently in the process … Continue reading →
Reading aloud to children is important but shockingly not all people value this incredible activity. Reading aloud to infants from their very first day in the world or to an energetic little toddler just leaving babyhood behind? An even larger … Continue reading →
As Eddie and I begin to think about starting our family, we have been having some interesting discussions late into the night. They go something like this…”So what will our children be?” “Well first and foremost, they will simply be … Continue reading →
Along with receiving my beautiful new Canon DSLR camera (and a myriad of other wonderful things) this Christmas/Birthday/Anniversary season, I was given a few things that people may deem unconventional for your average 20-something but that nonetheless warm the cockles … Continue reading →