(linking this bad boy up with Cari's Theme Thursday: Craft)
Cecilia has already claimed the future bear as her own and if you know Ceci, you know that nobody argued with her.
(2)Which brings me lickety split to my WWRW submission: Itty-Bitty Toys: How to knit animals, dolls, and other playthings for kids
(3)While we're on the topic of books, do you have the ibooks app yet? We use it on my ipod and it has been a favorite for middle school literature reading lists. A free app with free books? Yes please. A few short months ago we were bemoaning the lack of unabridged classics at our library and now we have an entire library of them at our fingertips. Katy is currently reading the original Peter Pan, about which she exclaimed "It's crazy how GOOD this book actually is." Self-fist-bump.
(4)Hey, Imma go ahead and continue with the theme of "dorkiest 5 faves ever" by suggesting that if you or your children are over the age of 10, immediately to be ordering Jeopardy for the wii.
(5)Hey, something not brain related! At Christmastime I decided that there was nothing more I needed in life than a pair of opaque maternity tights. Can I even explain to you my frustration with the crotches of tights sagging down to mid-thigh? Over. It.
But guess what? The only pair I could find in my size and in a color I wanted cost $25. $25 for a single pair of tights?!?!?!?!
Anyway, I took a deep breath and ordered anyway and lo and behold: worth every penny. They actually help to keep my legs warmish. They are supportive. The grey color is perfect (can be worn with brown or black. Honest). And the belly actually feels comfortable over the belly. I am smitten.
Clicky here for maternity tights of glorious glory.
(the black, navy blue and burgundy are ALL on my want to git list, fo sho)
Okay, friends. That's all I got. Hop over to see Cari for more craftiness, to Jessica for more good reads, and to Hallie for more lists of things you didn't know you couldn't live without.