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I'm Jill, mother to Noah (11), Peter(step, 11), Oliver (4) and Linus (18 mos.). Between the children and my husband I am outnumbered. I sew and have an Etsy store where I sell mostly girls clothing....it's how I make up for being fully…"
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"Thank you Lisa! I love your sense of humor...can't wait to read more. My husband and I did the whirlwind romance thing too. Not quite as quickly though. Met online January 2 ('03), met face to face Feb. 16, engaged June 20, married Oct.…"
Your designs are adorable and what a wonderful concept to reuse! My mother is/was a tailor and was always taking clothing and recreating it. I remember she made me a wedding gown for Halloween out of her old prom dress when I was little. (My…"
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I just recently turned 43, although I still believe I'm somewhere in my 20's. I'm married to Steven, the Polish Piper...bagpiper, that is. Together we have 4 boys...yes, color me testosterone.
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I started because I was too lazy to keep baby books. I thought it would be a good way to "remember" things. I actually feel that it's become a little "cluttered" lately, so I'm starting a new one just for my creative ego.
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Your designs are adorable and what a wonderful concept to reuse! My mother is/was a tailor and was always taking clothing and recreating it. I remember she made me a wedding gown for Halloween out of her old prom dress when I was little. (My brother and I went as bride and groom.) But I think you are very progressive to do this in the spirit of reusing/recycling and in an economy that is taking a nosedive. I will keep you in mind when I need a baby gift. Nice work!
Ask any pregnant woman and she will tell you that now she’s expecting what once smelled delicious - like roasting coffee beans for example, has suddenly become the one smell that induces an overwhelming feeling of nausea. For some women the pregnant nose goes into smell overdrive…