Kids Clothing Week [2 weeks late]

I finally finished up my Kids Clothing Week sewing this week.  I ran out of elastic and rib knit while I was sewing and just made it to Joanns.

Miles needed some summer pjs and since the boys like to match, I made a pair for Hudson too.

Pattern: Peak-a-boo Patterns Winter PJs
Fabric: Girl Charlee (moose), Banberry Place (crab and planet)
Sizes: 12 months for Miles, 5T for Hudson


floral seafarer top

After the big closet purge, I realized that I don't have any short sleeve shirts that I like that aren't maternity.  So I guess I'll just have to sew some up!

First up, a bright floral Seafarer Top.  Fabric is Girl Charlee from the fall.  I did the waist band and sleeve bands this time and love love love the fit.  And it adds some much needed color to my black, gray and white wardrobe.

Anyone else sewing along with the Spring Top Sew Along?


April Goals

Oh March.  Somehow you kicked my butt.  And I'm not entirely sure why.  I just lacked all motivation this last month to do anything.  But hurray it's a new month with new goals!

Here's how I did on my March Goals:

Here are my big goals for March:
1. Cozy Cameras Relaunch on March 3rd-Lots and lots of new cases are listed in the shop and having 3 sizes makes it so much easier for me.  No more trying to figure out how big to make a case for a custom order.  Sales were disappointing, but hopefully things will pick up with Mother's Day and summer right around the corner.
2. Complete a Whole30 - I seriously thought I wouldn't be able to do this, but I did! The first 10 days were rough, but it's been great since then.  I'm super proud of accomplishing this!
3. Create ABC Animal pictures with Hudson -Well, we made it through letter L.  Then H's enthusiasm tapered off.  I'm hoping to get them finished this month so I can make a book for him.
4. Learn about Prayer - Epic fail.  I read 2 pages in one book on prayer and spend 0 time intentionally praying.  I'm good at praying immediately after someone texts or emails a prayer request but that's about it.  Must do better at this!
5. Have a family adventure out of town - We discovered that our youngest kiddo is at a tough age for family adventures.  But, we did go hiking as a family and out to lunch.  Not out of town because of a rough night of sleep the night before, but we still had fun.
6. Do some sort of yoga each day - There were very few days with overlapping naps in March so finding time to do Yoga was tough.  I've also discovered that I like to do Yoga when it's peaceful so I'm going to try some new exercises in April

Here are my big goals for April:

1. Get the garden ready and start planting seeds outside

2. Read for fun

3. Exercise 3x a week: I'm trying this Crossfit at Home plan (super modified cuz I'm out of shape)

5. Internet free weekends

6. Read 2 books about prayer

I'm linking up with The Tiny Twig this month.