Here are some of our family’s favorite ways to lean into the Advent season rather than getting caught up in the world’s rush to Christmas Day.
We have a special guest blogger today! My daughter spent the weekend making a puppet with the Chit Chat Puppet pattern by Abby Glassenberg. She’s here to share her thoughts on the pattern and process.
Last month, I had the opportunity to test Talofa Kids new Advent wreath pattern. Here are my notes!
After reading about the ancient Chinese form of block printing, the kids wanted to try it out for themselves. Learn from our endeavors and do your own block printing at home!
This zip pouch tutorial is as simple as you can get for a lined pouch. Plus, it’s a great way to use a single piece of special fabric for the exterior!
Is your kiddo ready to sew a project and you’re not sure where to start? Here are some of my favorite beginning sewing projects that are just right for little hands.
Today in our Sewing with Kids series, we’ll be chatting about machine sewing. You child will need more supervision at first when using a sewing machine (a needle through the finger is no fun for anyone!), but it’s amazing how quickly they’ll be off and running!
A series of tips on how to help your kids build some basic sewing skills while developing a love for stitching and growing a deeper connection with you in the process.
I wrote the following words last year as a reminder to myself that the beautiful moments of motherhood aren’t wrapped up in a single day. That I can appreciate being a mom even when I don’t feel appreciated. And I can acknowledge the hard bits, but lean into the good. Little did I know they’d be even more applicable this year!
I go back and forth with whether to include photos of my kids (often just their extremities) on my Reclaimed for Good posts. I don’t want to use them for “likes”, and I definitely don’t want to give the impression that I’m such an awesome mom with the best kiddos ever because, “Look! My kidsContinue reading “Mending, Making, and Motherhood”