Archive for March, 2008

Cloth Diaper Butt

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008

Just look at that cloth diaper butt.Baby’s Got a Big ButtIt doesn’t get much cuter than that.  

Stokke Tripp Trapp Review: update

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

I get a lot of hits here from people searching for more information on the Stokke Tripp Trapp. So for all of you, and anyone else interested, I’ve updated my original review.

Overall we are still huge fans. I recommend highly.

p.s. Stokke people? Please send free product for us to try.
I will test it out, your sales will go up. Promise.

End of the Flu-tunnel?

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

Starting to feel better… Naked Stair ClimberFever has broken, though the snot factory is still in full-production. Does not stop him from climbing the stairs naked.

I Cough. You Cough. We all Cough.

Wednesday, March 5th, 2008

Remind me never to brag about not getting sick again. Because when you do that, sometimes your brother and sister-in-law will come visit you, and they’ll bring a tiny, three-year-old germ machine with them.

And then you’ll find your mom, your dad, yourself, your lovely husband, and even your tiny innocent child the victim of a cruel, cruel, flu-like joke.

Please send chocolates.

Brooklyn Shout Out

Monday, March 3rd, 2008

I want to give a quick shout out to Meg (of Enderby fame) over at the ever-hip, Brooklyn-based style-guide known as Nest for featuring the HappyDashery as a shop of the week. It’s an honor to be included with so many other talented artists and shop owners. I only wish I found out about this feature way back in October!

Enderby Nest is a “Green Guide to Stylish Living and Eclectic Home Decor.” I recently discovered this site and it’s already rather dear to my heart because she’s living in Brooklyn (and we all know I miss brooklyn and heart anything that brings me back to my days there) and promoting and creating green design.

Meg’s designs and daily posts remind you that “style starts at home,” and will be stepping it up a bit this week with the start of her DIY show on Threadbanger. Tomorrow marks the debut episode. Good luck, Meg!