This weekend was cold, dark, and wet. Only now, after four days, is the sun even attempting at peaking through the clouds. I have to say, the dreariness was a welcome excuse to indulge in the comforts of home.
To celebrate our laziness, we drank hot cocoa, made brownies, snuggled with our favorite picture books under a newly thrifted afghan, and I even caught the sewing bug.
Yep, I just completed three twirly skirts for Ms. Bea. She's out at the library sporting her polka dot one as I type this. But the other two are here beside me, eagerly awaiting some warm weather, and little girl wear.
I think these little outfits will look smashing with some sweet saltwater sandals, and a bonnet, or a sun hat! Sometimes I still can't believe I have a sweet little girl in which to sew for.
I'm off to make bread and soup. Yes, I know, that's something I should have done during the cozy soup weather, but my hands were busy elsewhere. C'est la vie!
PS: Linking up with Amanda at The Habit of Being.