Thursday, June 11, 2009

blessed is she who blogs

I have met some of the most amazing women through this blog. I know I don't have a huge following but I have some serious sweeties who comment. I've received prayers, encouragement, and even some gifts from some spectacular people. And I've won a couple of giveaways, too!

Most recently, I've won a really cool thermometer so I can stop using the rectal one on Moose (he says, thank God). And Aubrey has been really encouraging through my sleep process and just my pre-baby blues stuff I'm going through (you should go over and tell her how amazing she is, because...she is).

In the spirit of Paying it Forward, I really want to host a giveaway. I'm not quite sure what I want to give away though. I'd like it to be something special (I'd really like for it to be homemade, but I'm not sure if I have the required craftiness to take on something like this). So, let me gestate on it for a few days, possibly the weekend. You can submit ideas, if you wish... Check back with me to learn more details (as I learn them). Also, I'm not sure if this will be a contest or a giveaway....we'll see.


Becky D said...

make a pre made scrapbook that they can just photos in....I know your crafty in that area!

Noah's Mommy said...

Yeah...I love paying it forward....and Ihave an award for you over at my come by when you can....

Happy said...

You are too if you don't have enough to "gestate" on!

I'm sure whatever you decide will be appreciated by all who enter!

Your post below is so sweet. Your "bump" is looking like there's a definite baby housed in there! Pregnancy hormones are so crazy...your bluesy feelings are normal. Eat some dark chocolate and savor the days you have left as a mother of one!

You will make a terrific mother of two...yes, it's an adjustment, but I'm sure you will do fine. And think about that sweet newborn smell you'll soon be encountering once again!!!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for your kind words over at my blog! You asked a question about the plate on my table. I actually bought one at a thrift store and spray painted it white. Then I cut the C using my CraftRobo cutter. It was a super easy project!

Anonymous said...

Saw your question. Yep, a CraftRobo is similar to a Cricut. But I like it much better because you don't have to buy cartridges. It will cut any font or graphic that is on your computer. It is soooo much fun!

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