- I know where it was & I know the owner (sort of)
- When I called, they were friendly, spoke good English (I tried a daycare with in walking distance of our house to see about just a few days a week, a few hours a day and the lady who answered didn't understand what I was asking and gave me an answer that made absolutely no sense) and had the flexibility in the hours I wanted
- They're reasonably priced
This means no more Tumble Time, which bums me out. He really loved going to Tumble Time and I liked taking him. He's been in some sort of gymnastics program (either at the Little Gym or TT) since he was 5 months old. It feels odd not to go each week and I'll miss our friends there. I considered moving him from his Wednesday class to either Tuesday or Thursday but my pocketbook just doesn't stretch that far.
|Toddler Fashion: flap cap & rain boots|
I've never shared pictures of Matthew's room because it's still not done (picture me shooting darts at Nick with my eyes right now), but here's a small sneak peek with a project I did last night. I followed (sort of) a tutorial I found at one of my most favorite blogs ever, A Pretty Cool Life, and made some corresponding buntings for his room. It looks a little plain/silly now because I still need to get some more pictures & art work up to fill up the space (and maybe make another bunting - I cut way more flags but ran out of binding).
|Please ignore the trim that still needs painted...|
Here's how my process differed than the one Cheryl provided: my flags aren't double sided, since mine was just going to be hung on the wall & I used store bought bias tape rather than twine.
I've been giving a lot of thought to opening up an Etsy store but I'm not sure. I have some ideas for some hand crafted Cricut goodies I could sell but I'm not sure how successful I'd be and I'm terrified of failure (plus, this would be failure I'd have to PAY for...) so I don't know. There's a completely random thought for you. Ha!
That's all. Happy Friday!