I am thinking that these bunny pictures of my sweet little six year old boy should be brought out at his wedding. This is sort of in the same vein as infamous bunny pajamas...
Small Talk Six – 6 Things I’ve Made During My Lifetime That I Am Proud Of
I couldn't be more proud of those three children. They have absolutely changed who I am 100% in such an amazingly good way, that I truly know that I am the lucky one.
2. When my youngest baby turned one, we had a little cake for her on the actual day and did the birthday party later. I found a little birthday crown for her. When my two older ones saw the crown, they both started crying for a crown too. They were upset because they always had hats (I had forgotten them this time). So in true MacGyver like style, I whipped out the tin foil, scissors and tape. I made two crowns in less than five minutes flat. I am proud that I made these stupid looking crowns so fast and that my kids loved them so much, they still have and wear them well over a year later. They also remember what we were celebrating and how happy the baby was that they both had crowns on too.
3. I started my own business and did well at it for a while. My sister and I had our business selling customized baby and kid products. People went crazy over them. Some of them we made and others we lined up with other stay-at-home-moms. We had orders for months. Then I started working full time and she began on an almost two year divorce press.
4. One year, I got really crafty at Christmas. I gave all of my friends homemade Bailey's Irish Creme and homemade Kahlua that I slaved over for weeks. They tasted fabulous, were much cheaper and I even packged them in cheap, vintage glass bottles that I had found in various thrift stores. Sadly, I never had that much money or time around Christmas again.
5. When I do cook dinner from scratch and/or make a family recipe, I am usually pretty lucky and they turn out pretty well. I am proud that the food tastes good and that it brings back wonderful memories from my childhood.
6. I made a book for my son's Kindergarten teacher this year as an end of the year present. I took a picture of every kid, had them sign their name and then interviewed them on what they liked about their teacher. I created a page for each child and even got some quotes from the parents. Every page was laminated and then bound into a book. It was so cute and she loved it!