life rearranged

linking up my weekly phone pics again with my girl, jeannett!

every homeschool day seems to start the same way:  me going over the day’s plan while my coffee gets cold.  reheat the coffee, set up work boxes, coffee gets cold.  repeat.

a yummy caprese salad and fresh pineapple lunch!

lily’s jammies were the last pair i made for the slumber party, so i made hers a little special with the ruffle.

the easiest birthday ever.  EVER!  4 girls, piled in a room = pure delight.

every night.  at least he’s consistent.

friendship bracelet making and twix crispies eating

piles of new product waiting to be tagged for the queen bee market (its today and tomorrow – are you coming?!).

this huge pile of fabric represents future messenger bags!  unfortunately, this pile still sits on my desk, waiting for me to get back from the qbm.

the whirlipop was put into use for the slumber party – so easy.

i love my shoes as much as my husband loves his garage floor.

i so rarely do this, but i snuck away for a couple hours one morning while sean watched the kids and worked up in the loft (my parents’ place above our detached garage).  i need this more often – its so pretty up there!

practicing my queen bee market setup.  again.  i’m pretty happy with it this time – super simple.

new pencil pouches!

gracie is working hard at her faux taxidermy again!  i loved the reindeer on all our doors at christmas, but this elephant is pretty cute, too!

these shoes are getting some good mileage lately.  do you ever have something that you find yourself wearing day after day and still loving them?

i found these bracelets at a street fair last night.  a couple came home with me!  sean’s parents took the kids for the night so he and i could get away for my birthday – yay!

after a lazy morning lounging around we’ll set up at the market together before he heads back to the kids, and i’ll get to have a fun weekend with my girls – how did i get so lucky?!


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    Nadir@StitchSense says:

    Love those bracelets! And the PJ pants are too cute, you’re such a sweet mom. Have a great time at the market this weekend, I hope you sell lots!

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    So excited to see you today Lindsey!

    What a sweet, sweet birthday party…the room, the pants, crafts, treats and best friends…lucky, lucky girls!

    Glad I’m not the only one leaving behind a pile….that just didn’t make it finished in time….but I’m SO excited fir the Queen Bee!

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    Such a precious birthday party! I’ll have to keep that in mind when we’re old enough for a sleepover! Have a wonderful weekend!

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    A bunch of beds in one room for a slumber party – how FUN is that idea?

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    Gotta find me some bracelets like that! love!

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    Can’t wait to go shop and see all of your new beauties at QBM. The sleepover looks like so much fun. Love the idea of making the girls all matching pants. Yay for getting some time with the hubs.

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    Bethany says:

    So you’re the one who bought up all the chevron at Hawthorne Fabrics! I can’t wait to see your new bags!

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    I love your pictures! They are so filled with color and always make me so happy! And your daughters’ room….love!!!

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    LOVE that fabric!!! and the picture of the girls slumber party is too sweet. And, seriously, I re-heat my coffee at least 3x/morning!!!

    and, I’m *just*starting homeschool this fall with my son, who’ll start K. I *just* read about workboxes – LOVE them!! Do you have any favorite homeschool blogs, etc? I’m needing math curriculum thoughts :)

    anyway, hi. :) happy Friday, and happy weekend.

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    I loved this glimpse into your space. Instagram is so great that way! ;)

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    Just leaving your some InstaFriday love! Love your leopard shoes!! And that little girls room is simply adorable!

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    Happy Birthday to you! Mine is the day before yours. Now I know why I feel like we are such kindred spirits. And you are making me crave caprese salad!

    Have a good weekend!

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    I love the idea of making each sleepover guest their own PJ’s ! Your fabrics are amazing. The bracelets, beautiful! This whole post makes me want to run out and buy a new sewing machine, instead of continuing to limp along with my old one.

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    I don’t comment very often, but I had to this week. My son found the same Where’s Waldo book at the library this week and was so excited about it. He just turned 3, so actually finding Waldo is almost impossible, but it’s been fun to try together. And I had to laugh because we also love our Whirley Pop, and I have those leopard shoes. It’s like looking at my life on your instagram this week! Well, minus the great sewing skills. :)

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    I love my goodies I got at the QBM!! it was so fun to meet you in real life! I have already had a ton of compliments on my posy pin, I just stuck it to a turquoise necklace and it was like a magnet:)

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    I love these posts! I hope all went well at the QBM! Can’t wait to see pictures!

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    Lindsey says:

    Hello Lindsey! I really like these posts! Looks like fun was had by all at the birthday party. You can’t go wrong with all girls in one room! I’m curious about your lesson plan sheets. Do you make them up yourself? I’m not too savvy on the computer and have tried to make mine in the past! I’m sure it’s pretty simple! ;)

    Lindsey (It’s rare that I meet another Lindsey who spells their name “right”. ;) lol

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