What started out as a simple 'mommy's t-shirt to toddler dress refashion' turned into a photoshoot with my cheeky Wonderbaby. Happens like that sometimes.
I have a tutorial in the works, but I thought I'd just show you the fun we had yesterday while I was trying to get The After Photo. (Because everybody like Wonderbaby pics, right?)
Thanks for indulging me. There are days I just want a Pause button. Yesterday was one of them.
My baby isn't really a baby anymore.
She is starting to take steps.
We are in the beginning stages of saying words we all understand. She has kind of decided she likes a sippy cup of milk better than a snuggle with mommy. Don't get me started on that one. Sniff.
She is growing into this happy go lucky little toddler that just wants to hang out with her older sisters and play and put on makeup and pet the dog and say Mooo and blow kisses and dig in the sandbox and eat everything in sight. She is a snuggle-bunny and a hide-and-seeker. She has a deep belly laugh that reminds me of Fidget at that age.
What a privilege it is to get to raise these kiddos. They teach and delight me more than I ever could in return.
Well. I didn't mean to say all that, but I guess I'm feeling sentimental.
In other news, Craft Hope's Project 9 was announced yesterday! This is such an amazing community, I get goosebumps just thinking about all the beautiful, generous hearts there are in this world. Over 65,000 washcloths were made and delivered by crafters to the IMMS Center for Project 8. There was such a response that the project had to be put ON HOLD because the center now has more towels than they can store or will need to clean rescued wildlife for quite a while. Awesome.
And I'm sure the outpouring of love will be just a great for Project 9! From the Craft Hope site:
For Project 9 we will be working with ConKerr Cancer to benefit terminally ill children. ConKerr Cancer was established two years ago to put smiles upon the faces of terminally ill children in the hospital. They provide bright and cheery handmade pillowcases for these children. They have succeeded in delivering 225,000 pillowcases up to this date. They have a goal of providing a beautiful pillowcase for every seriously ill child in North America by 2012. Well I think we can just help them achieve that goal don’t you?
If you are planning to participate, please visit the link above for details and leave a comment so they can anticipate the response. Thank you!