We've been slowly pulling out our holiday decor, and so far SC is a fan. Who can resist the fun game of pulling ornaments off the tree? Certainly not SC!
I am so excited that Sugar Paper did a collaboration with Target again! While it seems silly to need a planner since I'm home with SC, I find that I actually use it quite a bit. It was super handy with all of her medical appointments last year, and I find it's helpful to have a place to keep notes. The husband is getting his Christmas shopping done early this year. ;)
A few weeks ago my MIL sent SC these bath time stickers. We'd had some difficulty with SC standing up in the bath tub, but these were perfect to distract her a bit more and motivate her to stay seated. I highly recommend adding them to your toddler bath time fun, if you are in the market for such. (And probably everyone already knows about them, but it was the first time I had ever heard about it...)
For some reason I decided that this year it would be fun to try to cross stitch a few ornaments. I'm attempting to make some to give as gifts, but this is the third ornament completed (and one of the three was so imperfect that I decided to keep it). This one I thought would be fun to give to my friend who loves pineapples.
And just to prove to you how inefficient I've been, let me tell you about our holiday cards! As Shutterfly and Tiny Prints kept sending the 10 free card coupons, I kept ordering our cards in a piecemeal fashion. Instead of just ordering the same card over and over again, I decided to keep trying different designs because I always felt like I never got it right (I wasn't happy with the family photo). So as I mail out cards this year I will literally have five designs to choose from (below is the first one to arrive). I know it is absolutely bonkers and next year we are getting a good family picture and then I will order the cards with just one design. This whole thing is actually making last year's card look like a legitimate Christmas miracle.