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katrinia olvera

What a lovely story. I will look for that pattern next time I go to town and have my little one pick her fabric. Thank you for this blog. I really enjoyed it.


love the nightgowns.

and sounds like a great book to check out, thanks!


wow. 'the days are long but the years are short' so true. granted....i haven't made it quite a year yet...only 3 1/2 more weeks then it'll be one year...but this last 11 mo. have flown by...;) cute post.


That's my new favorite quote, Megan. "The days are long but the years are short"..... so, so true. Adorable nighties!


They read that book for the kids on the first day of Kindegarten this year. The kids loved it, and I am the first to admit that I was gulping back my tears at the end....
Cute nighties too!


Thanks, guys!
I should properly attribute the quote. My friend Sam Bennett said it to me one night last fall. I don't think she made it up, but maybe? If you're a teacher, check out her book about workshop-style teaching:


Oh thats our fav. too :) its so hard to gulp all those tears though,hey but isnt that wt we moms do most of the times:)
and the night gowns are cool too!!!

Carrie Jarvis

Cute nightgown. My grandmother made my sisters and I nightgowns and I loved everyone of them!

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