Last but never, ever least is Cheek’s 4th of July get up!
You can see is all enjoying his first 4th of July here.
First off, Happy Independence Day to all of my ‘Merican friends! Happy Birthday, America!
Happy Monday to everyone else. :)
Here in Wisconsin, Mr. 5, Cheeks and I celebrated the 4th by going to a cookout thrown by my Ma and Pa (thanks to my dad for taking these photos of our threesome).
We also celebrated in another way…
And here we are to the one-piece portion of our tour. Brindille & Twig’s 089: Rolled Hem Romper* AKA pretty much the closest thing to a dress that society thinks is OK for a male baby.
Made a size 9-12 month, as I have with all others. I feel like this one piece is a bit roomier than the other pieces. Nothing wrong with that for a growin’ boy.
It’s been a while; sorry about that! You can imagine (or remember/or are currently experiencing) what having a four month old baby is like. Lots of cuddles and giggles (and crying), but not a whole lot of time for sewing or blogging. I’ll take what I can get; he won’t be a squealing, sweet baby forever.
Anywho, thought I’d share the second item I made for the little guy before he was born…the Brindille & Twig Footie Coverall*:
Thank you for all of the love and support in response to Mr. Baby’s birth story. It is so appreciated, and it is so wonderful to be reminded of what a wonderful community sewists around the world make.
Now, it’s time to move on ahead and get back to the business of sewing! Well, kind of. I actually (amazingly) have had time (and energy!) to sew a few things since his birth, but first I’m going to share a couple of things I made for him in preparation for his arrival. They’ve been FOs for five months or so, but I figured I would wait until after I had a baby to fill them to share. If you follow me on Instagram, these next couple of posts will be vaguely familiar.
Here’s the second piece of clothing I made for the little guy (I’ll share the first with ya later!). It’s Brindille & Twig’s Summer Romper.
If you have babies, toddlers, little kids and don’t know about Brindille and Twig: you should! Totally cute and well designed patterns, and some of them go up to size 6T! So far I’ve purchased half a dozen of them and have been happy with the ones I’ve sewn up.
Full disclosure: those are referral links to B&T; I’ll get a bit o’ gravy to help feed my kiddo pattern addiction if you buy through them.
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