I made this!

How’s that for an update? 

HELLO BLOG friends, followers and favouriters! I’m back. WE are back. WE are three now!

My husband and I welcomed Fern Marion Myers-Burt into the world on March 14, 2013. Yes indeedy. And she’s awesome! I have missed blogging and all of you and this community.  I HAVE MISSED MAKING SOMETHING EVERY DAY! I endeavor to get deeper into art and craft and art therapy for myself in the coming three months that I have “off”. Come along for the ride, if you’d like. Not to worry – I’m not going to go all mommy on my blog ~but that will be part of the posts for the next month or so ~for sure. I mean look at this baby…C’MOOOOON she’s cute.

Some disclaimers: I’ve got baby brain, yes I do.. so please forgive the frequency and hilarity of my lack of vocab creativity, typos and spelling mistakes. At least I am here, right? yeah me! Other than baby related craft and prep ~ I made almost no art for my entire pregnancy or the last 10 weeks. This was a surprise to me. I figured the opposite to be true. This next month will get me caught up, organize the baby stuff / thoughts and prepped to make stuff.

THANKS for coming back and STICKING WITH ME.

These photos were taken by NJ at BLUETREE PHOTOGRAPHY in Campbell River. She also has more shots on her BLOG of Fern and my pregnancy.

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DIY. How to Make A Baby.

No, I’m not one of those people that posts their ultra sound photo on facebook.. but I am grappling for evidence of things that I made this month!

In truth my husband also helped me make this but I have been brewing “it” for 20 weeks now. Half way there!

This is the latest ultra photo of our baby’s little feet. Ahhh. lol.

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Dear Teacher: What I Did This Summer…

The ultimate do it yourself (DIY… but with my handsome husband)!

We made a baby. We will be brewing / perfecting it til March 2013!

My sweety already gave me some great creative sewing and crafts for babies books, at xmas.

stay tuned.

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# 12 our baby!

Thus the much less frequent blogging here and on my Daily Dose of Vinyl record blog all summer.

I essentially slept all summer!~ justfortherecords BLOG click here
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one glass makes an average amount of freckles

38 Inspiring Objects

2. Freckle Juice.

The book by Judy Blume. What can I say? It may shock you how many copies of this book that I received, as a child for birthdays. Or maybe it wouldn’t. I AM a redhead, after all. I reread it this morning. Really formative-years, creative stuff. I wrote (and won) every elementary school speech ~on my freckles and red head hair. I was made fun of and my parents tried to use them to make me stronger and it did, in the end build my self image to the amazing place that it is today..barf. More importantly, the book reminded me of how Martha Dundas & I made baby powder & street mud cakes in my Betty Crocker oven, as infants, in her basement. I think it was taken away shortly after but my need to create my own recipes (or not follow them properly) still inspires my creativity today. and PS. DAD~ the freckles did not go away in high school, like you promised.

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