I finished sewing a shirt for Sadie… and she hated it.
I had an old button-up shirt that I cut, used the collar to make a little ribbon detail on the front, and sewed together to make her a shirt that buttons up in the back. I finished it, gave her a bath, and put it on her and she instantly cried and tried to take it off, LOL. It totally reminded me of the story I shared at the bottom of this post a few years ago.
Needless to say, she didn’t end up wearing it and I didn’t get any pictures of her in it. Maybe we’ll try having her put it on again today 😉
Our garden is making a lot of progress! Here’s what it looked like when we planted it in May.
Here’s what it looked like yesterday, June 17th.
Everything is growing really well! I’ve harvested romaine lettuce twice, arugula and micro greens every few days, and we have tomatoes coming in. I think we will be seeing squash and zucchini very soon, too!
Have you ever made the classic volcano science experiment with a combo of vinegar and baking soda? I decided to do it with Sadie with the addition of glitter! I took a video, so you can watch it as long as you ignore my lovely outfit of neon yellow shorts and a bright pink shirt. I also realized Sadie is hearing her infamous “mermaid” skort!
She seemed like she enjoyed our little experiment but I don’t think I would use glitter again. That was definitely the mess of the day. I think there will forever be glitter on our back patio and yard. Fun memories!
The garden is awesome if you have excess veggies and need to get rid of them think of me!
I can remover doing those volcanoes in grade school!
Love 💕 Dad
I absolutely will! Glad you have memories with the volcanoes, too! Love you!
I love that shirt!!, and your garden is doing amazing 🥰 I literally laughed for 10 minutes at Sadie watching the volcano 🌋
Thank you!! The volcano was so much fun with Sadie! So glad I caught that experience on camera!
I think you should blog about the fact that we can finally put the toilet paper on the dispenser again 🙌🏼
The glitter volcano is such a fun idea! She looked like she enjoyed it! 🙂