Saturday, March 27, 2010

Drip, Drip, Drop

My tapping girlie girl

Dress rehearsals have begun for Avery's dance school, she loves her school this year and her teacher is awesome. My child does not wear makeup on a regular basis but thinks she "looks good" all done up LOL.......oy, can't wait until she is sixteen! This is a preview of the next couple of months with dance, after 4 years of dancing she is thrilled to finally have a really cute costume to wear in the recital

Saturday, March 13, 2010

We are the Champions!

It's been a good year for hockey in our house this season, both the Canadian Men's and Women's Olympic hockey teams won gold and Colton's team won the championship. A lot of hard work and a little luck got them to the finals and it paid off

Oh yes that is my kid with Darryl Sittler! Cool huh?

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Did you ever go to camp when you were a child? I did, and can honestly say "I hated it". Apparently Miss A has not inherited this gene from me............she did her first weekend of Sparks camp and LOVED IT!

They had an Olympic theme weekend and her leaders outdid themselves with crafts and activities for the girls, lots of good food and making new friends.

I'm glad she had fun and know she has made memories that will last a life time

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Talented Customers - DIY Nursery Letters

I can't believe it's been a week since my last post....bad blogger I am. I really wanted to post some pictures of my past weekend, I haven't had time to edit any of the pictures yet and a customer of mine sent me this picture and I love what they have done. So I'll show you this first. I have a set of paint your own letters on my web site. They were inspired by HGTV's Sarah's House Nursery episode. After it aired I had lots (and I mean lots) of requests for a paint your own alphabet. So I went to work to try my best to come up with a set of letters that customers could make their own with a little paint. And here are the results.........great job Mommy and Daddy M. Love the colours they used.