quiet week here at the powerdriver homestead. tonight we have a wedding of one of our best friends (who met his amazing and beautiful soon-to-be-wife a mere six months ago!). ramona’s heading over to the grandparents’ house for her second sans-parent overnight. i’m gonna miss the little bean but i’m also looking forward to staying out late and sleeping in with my hubby!
how old was your baby when you left them with other caregivers for the first time overnight?
here’s some interesting stuff i came across this week:
- free downloadable desktop wallpaper at the petrichor.
- i used I-Dye to dye stained onesies and prefolds. they turned out great. i used a chestnut color and will be trying another color later.
- seriously: everlane t-shirts. do it.
- lumineers VHI you oughta know live. so proud of these denverites! (and just found out today we have a double date to the lumineers show at the ogden on 12/30. thank you, tara!!!)
- and here’s an thoughtful read: you never marry the right person.
Happy to hear that the dye worked great. Ive been thinking about doing that to a few of baby boy’s onesies. Also, sweet Ramona is getting so big! Such a beautiful girl!
I dream of Lulu being looked after overnight. Enjoy your baby free evening xx
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Hey! A fellow Denver-ite stopping in! I’m wondering where those adorable yellow baby shoes come from? Love your site! Thanks!
hi amber! the link to the yellow shoes is this site on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Podsshoes
i love them on her and she seems to love them. they are soft and flexible and adorable and so easy to put on (and stay on!).
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Sweet pictures! And do I see a little barnyard in the background? We moved here from Kansas last August and left behind our flock of backyard chickens. We sure miss them!