I finished Ethan's quilt! I've been working on this for about a year now. My mom was the one that found the fabric line in Utah, I looked online and I was sold! I had previously found a free quilt pattern online and that was the final product.
It was a lot of work (all those circles are hand-appliqued) and a lot of money (i.e. next time John will not question if I decide to buy an entire bedroom set for $300 dollars). BUT, it turned out just as I wanted it to. Next time, I will not listen to my mother when she suggests that I make a KING size quilt! Sorry Pammie!
Other random picture from this month include Ethan.
Who is slowly discovering his sense of humor. Such a delight!
St. Patrick's Day happened this month as well! Look how cute my little Irish lads are! And FYI, I didn't even plan on them matching this day. I simply went to each of their drawers and pulled out the first green items I saw. Turns out I have the same taste from boy to boy, eh?
My little brother got to come for a visit this month! Wahoo! So glad he has a sister office just a short ride away from us! We made him make us crepes. Although, I don't think he had any complaints.
We also got to go on Ethan's first bowling trip.
They gave us this huge ramp for kids to help them center their ball. Maybe they didn't want Ethan shotputting the ball down the lane? This little guy is so strong!
We had our Relief Society Birthday celebration dinner for our ward this month as well. I think it turned out to be a fantastic event, celebrating the history of Relief Society. My friend Tammy and I had a brilliant idea to make giant birthday cup-cakes for each table at the event and covered them all in marshmallow fondant. This was my first time working with fondant, and I think they all turned out pretty cute! Good thing we have a fridge in our garage, right?
I also made little cupcake toppers for each of the cakes with a different past Relief Society president on them. And no, that cake isn't leaning to the right. It's just your eyes. We made 12 cakes! They can't all be perfect!
I took the boys for a walk this month, with promises that we would get some frozen yogurt. Sadly enough, this was their state by the time we got there. I had to eat the yogurt all by myself!