Sweet, simple, fun, filtered.
Everyday moments from your week captured with nothing but a cell phone.
Baby bum! I am very lucky that even with the baby on the move and getting into the older one’s stuff, she is still really sweet on her brother.
There was a great rainbow (double even!) after a storm over the weekend. This was the best picture I could get – by the time I grabbed the good camera it was already fading. I was really impressed by how vibrant this one was – unusual for CT. I feel like even when I was in Hawaii, I never saw a rainbow that bright.
The Lorax is a big Max & Ruby fan and seems especially taken with Bunny Scouts. So when I saw the Pretend Play Sash with Badges I knew it was perfect. When I asked what she did that she could make a badge for, I was expecting her to talk about swimming lessons. Instead she said “I helped take care of Nate” – so this is the “Taking Care of My Brother” badge – she drew the two of them on there and per her request I added the heart. She also made a star badge and a “cinderella” badge with a pumpkin and her name.
This is a better view of the Stitched by JessaLu bag that I received this week. The yarn is Socktopus yarn in the “Lorelai” colorway. I’m planning to start a Wingspan shawl soon.
Our first week of summer vacation is just about done. I am pleased that I am not completely stressed out with Lorelai home full time again. I have been trying to do “school” with her each day – she’s working on writing letters or doing a few worksheets – it’s short, maybe 5 minutes? But it is something and she likes it, so we keep at it. I’ve got a bunch of stuff lined up (thank you Pinterest) to try and cover other activities. Today for school we cooked – we have a rainbow cake in the oven right now. I hope it turns out ok, but even if it doesn’t cake is cake!
I’ve recently rediscovered this app and am really enjoying it. I’m still new at it but am getting the hang of things!
I love love love this swing picture. It took a lot of photos to get there, but it was worth it!
I love that New England is finally feeling like fall – the nights are cool, people are generally cheery and not bitter about the weather yet, and working with wool is nice again! I finished a test knit of a cowl that I look forward to wearing. We will ignore the portion of the weather forecast that says this weekend it will be in the 70s / 80s.
The “Tartan” cowl by Caryl Pierre is soon to be released. I used O-Wool Classic in blue and O-Wool Balance in grey. I love how this cowl is shaped – it will sit nicely on your neck under a jacket collar to keep you warm, no gaps! It is large enough to pull up to your nose, or fold over and set in place with a shawl pin (gotta get me one of those, maybe at Rhinebeck!).
Jackson was less than impressed, but the colors look nice on him.
The Funky Chicken is Nate’s chair buddy – I think this photo is one of the best ones we have of him – his eyes are open, he’s not crying, and there is the hint of a smile.
Most of the other photos he looks like this:
At least Lorelai seems a bit more game to take photos again.