Month 10 of the year of mini notebooks project. October. In honor of Halloween. Yes, Halloween excites me. That whole time of year, autumn, I find exhilarating. A passionate season. The others are so bland. In the fall, you see opportunities for change. Real change. Possibilities present themselves. None of the renewal and redemption cliches of spring. No. Something darker and more primal and more […]

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Little girls in grass skirts are just about the cutest thing ever. Babies in grass skirts – even cuter! Last spring we hosted a little luau party for Avery’s preschool friends. While we were planning, we realized that Alessia needed her own mini hula skirt. I thought about just trimming one of Avery’s old skirts […]

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I wrote this post exactly one year ago today, the day before I gave birth to my youngest. Things were a little hectic with having a newborn (go figure!) and I never got around to actually publishing it. I figured that today was a fitting day to finally share. I should start by saying that I […]

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Month 9 of the year of mini notebooks project. September. In honor of back to school and my baby starting kindergarten. Education is not filling a pail but the lighting of a fire. William Butler Yeats You will need: a plain mini notebook a small piece of white card stock colored pencils white cotton twine a new #2 pencil small […]

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Month 8 of the year of mini notebooks project. August. In honor of summer. Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air. Ralph Waldo Emerson You will need: a plain mini notebook a small star fish bakers twine Directions: Tie a small star fish onto the mini notebook using bakers twine. Happy August! To see the rest of the mini […]

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