Friday, June 28, 2013
It has been a very very long time that I've sewed anything other than curtains (way back in early 2009!) and I was quite nervous to start this project. Rationally, I knew it was an easy pattern (three pieces plus straps!) but irrationally I wanted it to be perfect. Better than perfect for my Juliet.
I've actually been dreaming about sewing for a baby girl forever. I sewed for my dolls all the time before children, but what I really wanted to sew for was my own baby girl.
Juliet's baby shower. Perfect perfect.
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Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Here are a few of my favorite moments over the last weeks from IG.
She is fearless on the slides. Fearless. But James loves to ride down with her and says "I'll help you sweet girl". He's the best brother a sister could have.
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Saturday, June 22, 2013
Is that photo above just amazing?! It was my favorite photo from the entire day and I snapped it with my iPhone after we ate dinner and went exploring a bit more.
But I'm getting ahead of myself. E decided to take Friday off from work due to a very busy travel schedule in May and June. Luckily for us, it was also the longest day of the year.
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Thursday, June 20, 2013
It is one of our family's all time favorites.
Juliet was unsure about the baby backpack again, but this time we got smart and packed the camelback, suddenly when she had access to her own straw and unlimited sips of water, she was as happy as can be.
Sunday mornings are the best for Utah hiking, we had the trail to ourselves.
Happy happy Father's Day!
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Monday, June 17, 2013
Saturday was wonderful. We started the day with berry and Nutella crepes and ended it with margaritas and Mexican food in the mountains.
The best part of the day, however was the Tram ride to the top of the Hidden Peak at Snowbird. We zoomed out the mountain only to stop on the tip top to play in the quickly melting snow, throw snowballs and pretty much soak in the awesome man that makes Father's Day worth it.
We all love E. He is the most amazing father, loving and giving and playful and awesome.
Up the mountain we went. Of course when one wants up, they both do. No problem, according to E. Super Daddy status. Perfect Father's Day portrait too.
Apparently she's not afraid of heights. She kept trying to climb the tram rails like a ladder.
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