welcome to the weekly pin-it party! can you believe that it is november already?! i can’t. time to start planning ava’s 5th birthday party and preparing for christmas! whoa, time flies!
did you all have a happy halloween / reformation day / beggar’s night / friday??? here’s a pic of our klover house ‘sweeties’.
Our sweeties 😍 #handmade #costumes #edengrace #islarae #avalee #kloverhousekidsA photo posted by Kristi D (@kristi_kloverhouse) on Oct 10, 2014 at 4:53pm PDT
this was at the end of the night while visiting ‘pap-pap and nanny’. the girls were tired, but eden was one proud pie (as my friend called her, and i loved the description!). i made the pottery barn kids knock off costumes in two days and for about $45 total, so i think it was worth the long nights. my mom always made our costumes growing up. it made for some fond memories and i am happy to continue the tradition with our girls.
back to the party…
featured from last week:
“what i learned at my first blog conference” from kristy of seven graces. as a mommy blogger, i absolutely loved this post. i also love lists, so the format was right up my alley. thank you, kristy, for sharing such a great and succinct list from your conference experience. as a blogger who has yet to get to a conference, i certainly appreciated this post!
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