So, for my first week, I have actually done pretty well. I have taken pictures or my kids and my garden, spent time working on my garden, worked on a Mother's Day project (which I have to re-do), thought about my husband's Father's Day gift, made 2 fairy doors, and bought materials to make more diaper covers (which I will be working on after I finish this post). It has felt really good to work on my butterfly garden. I can't wait for it to bloom. I have put my fairy doors in that garden as it looks like it really fits there.
I am really enjoying my time creating and not feeling the pressure to complete something every day. My goal is to do something every day, but if I don't not a big deal. I plan on continuing to try to be creative and think outside the box so that I don't feel pressure to do something creative with a limited definition of creativity!
My butterfly garden with the 2 fairy doors.
Garden on the left front side of the house
Garden on the right front side of the house
The gardens in the front of the house haven't fully bloomed and they will probably only be fully in bloom for a short time, but I can't wait. Of course, it may not fully bloom since most of the plants have bee transferred here this year, but we'll see!
My second fairy door (I'm not sure I like it)
Picture of my 3 kiddos!
I'm now off to make at least 1 diaper cover before the twins wake from their nap. I am also going to attempt to have Michael draw while I sew! I really want to foster creativity in my kids from a young age, so anyone who reads this post, if you have any ideas on how to get toddlers involved in crafting, I would love any advice or suggestions! My kiddos are 26 months and 16 months.