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Baby Brain

October 8, 2007

This past weekend, I went to a chili cook off in my neighborhood and had a blast. There I was mingling and chatting, when I noticed something strange. As I went silent to ponder my observation, I heard a snippet of conversation to my right: "Must be in the water, that is why I am sticking to soda. I certainly don't want to catch baby! I only just had my youngest." That was it! I realized what the strangeness was which I had noticed but could not quite put my finger on. Everywhere I looked, someone was pregnant, holding a baby or desperately chasing a youngster down the alley between houses. "Wow!" I thought as I gazed at the glass of water in my hand, "I hope they are wrong about that part at least." To confirm my suspicions, I turned to my friend and asked her opinion of the water/baby virus situation. As she was gazing over neighbors' heads to keep an eye on her young son, she did not give me her full attention. "I don't know", she shrugged, "I did hear that they might kick you out if you don't have a baby in two years, though". She then laughed and I breathed a sigh of relief. While my residence in my new neighborhood is safe, my brain is not. I love babies and want to have one or two someday, right now I am more distracted by all the fabulous items I can make for baby, even though I am not yet ready. I often browse our Sew & Tell gallery to see what is new, but since my baby encounter this weekend I have noticed how many cute baby goods our customers have created. Here are some of my favorites.


Monkey Crib set.jpgThis crib set made from Funky Monkey by Moda. It includes bumpers, bottom pad and a little pillow. All are perfect matched. I love how fun Funky Monkey is and it is really just perfect for a crib set. I give it 5 stars! 
 


Felt baby booties.jpg



These booties, made by one of our customers, are made of felt and embellished with the sweetest details. I love the subtle pink with the mint green and the tiny rosettes. I can just imagine how cute they look with little feet in them!


 

1st year quilt.jpg Last but not least, This quilt is made of blocks that each house a different item from baby's first year. The items are not cut up to make the actual quilt but are sewn on top of the block. It looks similar to an applique. I just think it is a clever idea and super cute to boot. Get it? To boot...baby booties! nevermind.

Keep up the good work!
Tara Miller

 

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3 Comments

The above photos are helpful and useful for the babies and their mother alot.... The designs which are shown is superb and They must be so comfortable for the small ones..
And the above photos are so cute.....

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The above photos are helpful and useful for the babies and their mother alot.... The designs which are shown is superb and They must be so comfortable for the small ones..
And the above photos are so cute.....

Anything Upholstery:
Anything Upholstery - upholstery, upholstery fabrics, upholstery supplies, upholstery cleaner, vinyl, furniture upholstery

The above photos are helpful and useful for the babies and their mother alot.... The designs which are shown is superb and They must be so comfortable for the small ones..
And the above photos are so cute.....

Anything Upholstery:
Anything Upholstery - upholstery, upholstery fabrics, upholstery supplies, upholstery cleaner, vinyl, furniture upholstery

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