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My Sunday in Instagrams

July 31, 2011

I am making a goal to take at least one non blog post photo every day in August. I’ll be posting them on Instagram, as well as on flickr, and then I’ll do a sumup post at the end of August. I am working my way up to a 365 project for next year, but I need to start small. Seven days of art journal pages, one month of Instagrams, and then 365 of… something. I’m sure it will come to me. Here are a few from this evening.

Cookies and milk

You can never go wrong with warm cookies and milk.  Scott had this cup (and matching plate and bowl) when he was a little boy, and it is the perfect dipping cup.  Oh, and she has a pretty vigorous dipping routine, hence the blur of cookie.

We just made our own ketchup.

We made our own ketchup tonight.  I should have gone to the grocery store on Friday, but I’ve been putting it off.  We had everything in the fridge for delicious grilled burgers, except ketchup.  So we made our own.  I don’t think the recipe we used was a keeper, but it was a fun experiment.

Made: Three babydoll diapers and one for the moose. By special request.

And then I have spent the last hour making little flannel diapers for all of Creamie’s babydolls.  A little velcro (from Scott’s highschool sewing kit) and one too tiny for anything else flannel receiving blanket and I have four diapers for all her little dolls.  Well, three for the baby dolls and one for the moose.  That was a special request. (He is the brown blur in the corner).  I’m off to eat another cookie and make a grocery list for tomorrow.  Oh, and change baby diapers a million times before she falls asleep way past her bedtime.  I love Sunday nights at home.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 1, 2011 1:40 am

    We had cookies here tonight, too, but of the oreo variety. Mmm.

    And I love the dolly diapers. I made a bunch of those two Christmases ago, and they are just now being used regularly. I think they’re so adorable.

  2. August 1, 2011 9:17 pm


    I keep at least three bottles of unopened ketchup in the pantry. The Little Bugs use it on everything and you never know when you’re going to run out. Next time call me. I’d be happy to run a bottle over.

    xo -E

  3. August 2, 2011 9:37 am

    A diaper for the Moose? Classic.


  4. August 2, 2011 2:04 pm

    Those diapers are too cute.

  5. carla harper permalink
    August 16, 2011 7:31 am

    Very clever. I stumbled on this website when I googled pink type writers! I’m a “it’s gotta be pink” girl! – you inspire me!

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