Saturday, August 14, 2010

saturday's to-do list

You may have seen the to-do list I posted on Facebook this morning.  It went something like this:

1) play

2) clean make-up brushes  (It's embarrassing how yucky these brushes were.)

3) read books about kindergarten
4) laundry

5) make a pretend mini-van out of the couch and pack it full of every single toy in the house  (And yes, my daughter is not wearing a shirt.  You're lucky she even has shorts on in this picture because for the last two hours between dinner and bed, she was running around the house in just her unders.  The kid doesn't like clothes . . . kindergarten here we come!)

6) clean bathroom drawers and change out toothbrushes

7) play hide-n-seek

8) finish first bassinet

Can you believe I finished one already?  I can't!  One more to go.  Then on to the pillows and blankets.

It was a great day!

Craft on!

I may link to these great parties.


Maxabella said...

Busy day, I'm amazed you find the time for crafting!!! The bassinet is so sweet.

Julianne said...

That's cute! So how'd you do it? I make bags and was thinking there had to be a connection between the bassinet and bags. A similar construction...

I just finished a toddler backpack for my daughter's 3rd birthday. Thankfully she loved it! I too am crafting gifts for Christmas and am having trouble with my list of ideas. YOU have some great ones!


Beverly @ said...

Wow - I'm tired just thinking about all that. ;)
The bassinet is soooo cute! I love it! The fabric is perfect. Can't wait to see the other one.
Have a great Sunday!

Lu said...

What a productive Saturday! The bassinet looks fantastic. And I'm adding The Pirate of Kindergarten to my reading list because it look like a cute book.

Papgena Made It said...

Well, you've been busy!
The bassinet is lovely!
You know my daughter doesn't like clotehs either! In home she is allways in her unders (and sometimes naked) and her dolls are all naked ('têm muito calor, mamã!'/they have much heat, mummy!)

Jocelyn Christensen said...

No, I cannot believe you finished one already!!! It looks awesome! Are you sure you are new at this? I'm having my doubts!!!

Sonia said...

Kids are so carefree. When my oldest was 3 or 4, she loved to run around the house butt naked. I miss those innocent days.

Jennifer Juniper said...

You cracked me up with your response to the Cleavage Caddy - am I strange if I dont' think a cell phone shaped boob is attractive?

SHWenner said...

Wow, you had a busy day! Your little ones are so adorable! I love the squishy-face smile in the first picture. :)

Melissa said...

I really like the fabric you picked for the bassinet. What a great Mom day!!

Marianne said...

I love the way you documented your to do list. So fun and real for us all. Been there, done that you know as for naked kids, toys all over the sofa and the laundry left to fold. I love how you put your kids on your to do list too as it is always easy to forget them in all the to dos of the day. Good for you.

Amy Bowman said...

Loved this! I have a couch that looks just like that but with wooden legs:) and my girls NEVER wanted to put clothes on and loved being "nudie":)
Thanks for linking up to "AP Tuesday!"

skoots1mom said...

great job getting it done...
my 1st time @ Amy's meme

Kitschalicious said...

OMG! I am so excited you finished your bassinet!!! That is so cute!

As for kids running around with no clothes on, I'm thinking it's a girl thing because my soon-to-be two year old is the same way! *Sigh* All I know is London BETTER like wearing clothes before she gets to the pre-teen years! LOL!!!

katkeen said...

LOVE the bassinet!! I sooo want to make one for my girls!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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