I hope you’ve all had a lovely Monday. It’s a public holiday here and we’ve been simultaneously recovering from a wonderful day & night of friends, fun and games, to celebrate my Hubby’s birthday while enjoying what may be our last sunny day this week. Thus apologies for squeezing this post in at the eleventh hour literally, but I think this little cutie is worth meeting tonight.
Alistair is super soft to touch and loves cuddles! He’s made from a pair of baby socks, in the sweetest combination of blues. Did I mention I love blue? His ears and back are covered in tiny puffy spots, which make for an extra sensory experience. Continue reading “Meet Up Monday : Alistair”→
I thought today would be a great day to do an Instagram round up of all the photos I’ve posted to my Instagram account, for the Fat Mum Slim Photo-a-day Challenge for the month of May. Do you know about it? It’s such a great way to get you posting and a lovely way to connect to the greater Instagram community.
It’s not easy to keep up with these prompts sometimes, but I was pretty determined this month not to miss one. Such great prompts once again from the lovely Chantelle. I love how they really make you look at your world differently each day. I try to look at the prompt early, then keep it in mind as I go about my day.
So without further ado, here are my 31 posts for the month of May:
Thousands of people around the world now join in every month over on Instagram and you can too! Just follow the prompts for June below, tag your photos #FMSPAD. Check out the #FMSPAD hashtag to see all the other photos; like them, comment on them.
Then you can check out @littlemomentsapp, where a Fab Four is picked for every prompt, from the photos shared under this hashtag. I have been lucky enough to be featured twice so far!
Here are the prompts for June and if you plan to join in, be sure to let me know!
I look forward to connecting with you over on Instagram!
Today, like most weeks, I spent some time naming some of the latest additions to the Gus and Ollie clan. Sometimes a name jumps right off the page and fits perfectly, other times I search and search, trying to find the perfect name to fit those cute little faces.
The questions I am asked the most about my process are How do you name them? And how do you remember which names you’ve already used? Well, the answer is pretty simple.
Well if you can believe it, it’s already Meet Up Monday once again and today I want to introduce you to sock monkey Georgie. Isn’t she just the cutest?
Georgie hasn’t been with our Gus and Ollie family very long, as I only finished putting her together last week. She is technically a mini monkey – but has extra long arms and legs – making her a little cuddlier than the normal sized mini monkeys.
Well, as fate would have it, my very first What’s Up Wednesday post is already a day late. But I thought I would post it today anyway. I am hoping to get on top of things before next week.
What’s Up in the studio right now? Lots and lots of my Taggy Giraffes, my original design. These cute little, labor intensive Giraffe’s of mine are fast becoming my bestseller – flying out the door almost as fast as I can make them, photograph them and post them online.
Is it just me, or are things for kids these days lacking some wild and wonderful colour?
It seems to be the in thing at the moment, to furnish children’s spaces with light pastels or monotones. One search on Pinterest brings a myriad of examples in whites and off white, pale pink, blue or yellow and not forgetting the metallics, grey and even black! Continue reading “Fun One Friday : Advocating for colour”→
I have always loved taking photos. Snippets & moments to be remembered. A glance, a smile, a space, a colour. It often takes me a little longer to get anywhere because I inevitably need to stop and take a photo or two.
My darling husband is particularly patient with me, when it comes to this – I know so many are not. Often waiting until I get the shot, before we move on, even after I tell him “I’ll catch up” and I’m not just talking about photographing our coffees before we destroy the crema (although I am guilty of this occasionally too). Continue reading “What’s Up Wednesday : To see or not to see?”→