I stood outside watering my newly planted begonias late this afternoon and felt like this is about as perfect as it gets. I won't feel this way in a month when it starts getting warmer and the mosquitoes come out.
No picture of the begonias in the front, but these some backyard ones. I like the red Mandevilla better than the pink.
I'm going to love this flower bed when the seedlings get bigger and fill in the spaces.
I did a little sewing this week. I wanted to try out my new Monogram Wizard Plus and Baby Leah probably could use a couple of bibs. She's 5 weeks old and such a sweet baby.
This is a different set of designs, and I love how this turned out. That may be a little too close a look - noting where the iron leaked on one of them and the stray threads.
Graysen has shown an interest in cooking already, and with her dad being such a good cook, he wanted her to be able to cook and learn with him.
So he just built her a nice stool for helping - built it himself in a matter of a few hours. Amazing job, Ryan. It still needs to be painted and another step put on, but I like it just the way it is.
So now Graysen can use her red pots and pans to "help," and Jack can get a little bit closer to where the food comes from.