1/7/09

Doing Stuff









33 comments:

Allison Drew said...

I love that teepee!

Leslie said...

That is so cute. Made me go and peek in on my own kids as they sleep. My own son will lay moving his cars/trains or whatever else he's decided should be a car/train.

amanda said...

that is by far the cutest fort i've ever seen! i'm jealous...

t h a i t r a i t said...

He's such a little man!

I'd like to make a teepee someday. Looks much more durable than the afghan/clothes basket/piano bench forts my brother and I used to make.

Toni Brockliss said...

What a dear little boy you have.
The photo of him taking the picture of the ball is so lovely. The expression on his face is gorgeous.

Cali Girl said...

cute.

Alicia said...

Your little guy is growing so big!

Bekka said...

Stuff is good.
Looks like he had a fun day! :)

Charissima said...

I want a teepee!! I remember Play Doh, awesome stuff, one of my all-time favourite childhood smells...

Sandy said...

Looks like such a nice day...and the last picture is adorable.

sara berry said...

Happy New Year Rachel--I wish we lived close enough for Hunt and Sebastian to have a play date...I think they'd get along famously. I am so looking forward to seeing all of the exciting new stuff you have coming up w/ RVA, I am intrigued by all that leather on the previous post!

Miss Aimee said...

OMG- soooo cute!! all of it. great blog!

elliebelle said...

That last photo is wonderful!

Caroline said...

your son is adorable! and the creativity of the room you've helped to create for him is amazing!

Our Green Nest said...

Cool teepee!

Charin said...

Aww, hi cutie Sebastian! :)
I *love* that teepee, it's perfect! :)

alittlebitofscrap said...

Adorable!

jen renee said...

total sweetness... ugh, that last shot!

i'm Carrie, lovely to meet you… said...

ha!! so great, esp how it leads to that last shot..priceless.

busy busy bee! and budding photog? ;)

Anonymous said...

oh i just love it when they fall asleep in the oddest places & your house looks so nice and tidy, one more should mess it up a bit heh heh.

julio n carla said...

too fun!

Mandy said...

does it get any cuter than that? getting all comfy with his binky under his teepee with his hand still on his truck. man. it's moments like that which make life beautiful.

Melonie said...

Doing stuff can be downright exhausting. Love these pics.

Michelle said...

Wow, your house looks incredible! Love the toys and the teepee.

Violet said...

So many good things in this post!

Play-Doh, teepees, cute blue monsters and even cuter is your little boy!

I think maybe he needs a big squishy poof or bean bag to go in the teepee. Or manybe a big pile of puffy (manly) pillows!

I love you little family! So full of beauty and love. <3

brooke said...

I love the teepee but also that great book rack you have? Where did that come from! I love it! I may have to get my husband to make one of those for our place..

Michelle said...

Bah! I so need an ugly doll on my couch like that...in fact, can't believe I don't have one! lol..your Sebastian is super-cute - loving the teepee, lucky little guy with all these cool things to do! :)

Wendy said...

you seriously have the cutest son ever!!!!

Holly said...

Love the teepee and the dinosaur pattern on what I assume is a pillowcase. So cute!

Emily said...

Ok, everyone has commented on this but seriously, the teepee is the most fabulous thing I've ever seen. I adore it. You should post directions/ details on who made it/ how much you love it etc. I am a kindergarten teacher and would just love to make one for my classroom reading area. -e

ps- sweetest picture EVER- your boy sleeping under it. *love*

Gayle said...

I'm wondering if you have any quilting how-to books that you would recommend?

Brett said...

Teepee pattern:

I might be selling pre-made teepees through Red Velvet Art this spring. I'm still contemplating selling a .pdf of my pattern. This teepee shown is just the bare bones tied up with a big blanket thrown over it.

Quilting How-To Books:
Try Denyse Schmidt and Amy Butler sewing books. They helped me figure out the logistics of big quilts.

Anna-Karin said...

Oh, that never ending movement all trough the day is very familiar from my own two year old son.

Never, ever a doll moment!*lol*