Happy Happy Friday! I hope you have had a good week and will have an even better weekend. I just wanted to pop in and quickly let you know that Peachy Keen Stamps is having a HUGE sale this weekend...in fact, I think this may be their biggest sale ever. You should definitely check it out!
I know the blog has been slow...I actually have a bunch of projects to share. Peachy Keen Stamps is releasing a TON of new stamps over the next few days...so stay tuned. There will be lots of fall inspiration to see. I've seen some of the design team projects and you will be blown away...such talented ladies. There is a brand new Scrappy Moms Terrific Tuesday Challenge starting this Tuesday, so I will have a fun project to share. I know some of you are patiently or impatiently waiting for this month's new release from Scrappy Moms Stamps - it IS coming. As soon as there is a firm release date, we will all let you know!
Let's see...other than that - I celebrated my birthday this week. It was pretty low key...the whole pregnancy thing pretty much squashes any wild parties. (Although I'm not sure "wild party" and Lauren have ever been in the same sentence.) We will be moving my daughter into her new room this weekend. Wish us luck...she has been a little hesitant. We are moving her into what was our guest room because it should be quieter once the baby is here and it is slightly larger than her current room. I have BIG plans for her closet, unfortunately that means that I will have to clean out the guest room closet. It is in sad sad shape. Currently it holds almost ALL of Nicole's baby clothes, our baby linens, a Christmas wreath and some random stray clothes of mine. It also held my wedding dress until last weekend, when my parents graciously took it to their house for me. Nicole's baby clothes are arranged by sizes, but I HAVE to deal with them. I have "sorted" through them at least three times, and I still have LOTS...maybe even an obscene amount - especially considering that I have cleaned them out and donated or given away a ton. I am emotionally attached to her baby clothes, and I had been saving them "just in case." Well...we found out we won't be needing any girly baby clothes this time around. ;) (Do you like how I snuck that in towards the bottom of the post, so you actually have to be a dedicated reader to learn that little tidbit.) I may put off going through the baby clothes until AFTER we get Nicole settled into her new room. I was thinking about finding someone to turn her some of her baby clothes into a memory quilt. Any suggestions? I've been looking on etsy, but it's still a little overwhelming.