1. Playmate Pillow from a favorite site.
2. Its almost Valentines. Everyone needs hearts in their home.
3. Another fabulous blog added to my blogroll.
On a side note-
One thing I love about the blogging community is when something tragic happens it seams many bloggers and readers step up to the challenge to do whatever they can in those situations. A few weeks ago shop owner and blogger Gina Drennon’s husband past away unexpectedly. It caught everyone off gaurd including her precious sons. One of her closest friends is asking for us all to help in this situation. If you have a moment this weekend check out her shop and maybe order a few goodies from her. At this time her shop (Feather Your Nest) is her only income and she is going to be shutting it down. Everything is 25% off. Also, if you know her or of her email words of encouragement to her. Thanks friends.
Please have a great weekend and I will see you on Monday!!
I rarely ever do personal posts here on Simply Grove but I just had to share a few images from my daughters first ballet/tap class this past week. She is the little Blondie who is thoroughly enjoying her time spent at the studio. What a joy for me it was to watch my little girl do such a “big girl” activity. Why do they grow up so quickly?
My son was rather bored watching the class but hung in there knowing that a Starbucks chocolate milk was the prize at the end of the outing.
Artist, illustrator and designer Renee Anne has done such an amazing job capturing her home in these lovely images. I am not quite sure what this talented lady cannot do, but I do know that she can take some mean photos. I really wish that I could see all of her space but this will have to do for now.
I am in love with her tin collection. (Below).
You must check out her site, blog, shop and other shop.
I bought a new pillow and throw from Ikea for my sofa. Do you like?
This is where my son and I’s day is being spent today. Neither of us are feeling to hot. We are trying to convince my daughter to wait on us but its not working. Baby dolls are WAY more important.