November has been a month of milestones for our little family.
Science Guy and I celebrated our five year anniversary this month. While we may no longer have the lavish celebrations of days past, we still have the love. Our first anniversary was celebrated with a week long trip to sit on the beach in Isla Mujeres. This anniversary was celebrated with a quiet dinner at home, dirty diapers, bath time, story time and bed time for the baby. I would say that this anniversary may have rivaled the first anniversary and, in fact, may have topped the week long trip to the beach.
After our night of wild celebrating, we packed up the cars and headed to our local farm market the next morning before the sun came up. This month I decided to take a leap of faith and participate in the farm market’s craft bazaar and display my superfresh babyknits line. I had no idea what kind of response I would receive and was pleasantly surprised to find that both weekends I nearly sold out of earwarmers, cowls and infinity scarves. It has been such a surreal experience. In a million years, I would have never ever anticipated honing any type of craft and actually ever selling it. I have had so much fun the past two weeks that we’ve decided to participate in the final week of the farm market before they shut down for the season. You can find us this Saturday at the Collingswood Farm Market if you are local!!
Last but certainly not least, we have been gearing up for the monumental celebration of someone turning one! I cannot believe that I have a soon to be, just days away, one year old.
So, we have been super busy with celebrations of all sorts! Make sure to stop back tomorrow when I share my review of a book that I hold near and dear to my heart. This book has helped me through some very dark moments lately. This book is the Mother of All Meltdowns.