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Finally decorated a little for
the little guys room yesterday. Nothing too crazy, but I did finally figure out
a way to make his name, and art at the same time without being boring and doing
the letters everyone else does.


I'm pretty proud of
myself...I'm not usually all that AMAZING
with DIY crafts like this....but for once I saw something I
wanted, it was $60 per letter, and so i made it for $15 overall. I'm pretty sure
you could count the math lower, since I bought all 26 letters and only used 5,
but whatever these letters are AWESOME!!







I'm also in love with it, because not
only are they all magically water animals....THERE IS A
FREAKING NARWHAL IN MY SONS ROOM!!!!!!


Jealous? I know you are.

Today I'm also trying to decorate and be crafty for the other forgotten parts of our home.

-More plates for plate wall.

-More frames for frame wall.

-Looking at curtains.

-And cheaply cute/can make them cute tables.

-OOO! and a lamp of some
sort.

Today me and my mommy are also going to
try to make the cakes that we set out to do yesterday but failed to make because
the awesomness of my son's room just swept us over
[she is making him a bomb blanket..I'm
pretty proud of my VERY uncrafty
mama!]



Preggers wise:

nothing new to talk about
here.

I'm still not finding it uuber
comfortable to sleep...even with the Pillow of Excellence...[that's what I call
my shaper pillow] mostly because it's excellent. Get it? Well with a bigger
belly...I'm having user errors. But I still love that pillow.


Hope everyone's having an awesome Sat!!
It looks gross outside!


xoxox

real Indiana housewife

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