Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Nursing Bracelet

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If you are pregnant or just having a baby, this bracelet is just what you need. This helps you remember when you last nursed your baby, or when counting fetal kicks, contractions.
The Nursing Bracelet also:
• Remind working mothers when to pump
• Count the number of glasses of water drunk in a day
• Remind you when to take or give medication
• Keep track of the number of laps walked
• Remind you of an appointment time
• Count down the weeks until the baby’s arrival
• Count the number of wet or dirty diapers in a day

This beautiful bracelet is made up from an elastic cord, beads and a beautiful charm of your choice. This bracelet fits comfortably around a wrist that measures 6.5 inches. The knot hides behind two solid colored beads (picture #3). This way the knot won’t be seen or felt.

Beautiful beads represent a 12-hour clock. A charm is attached to this, which the mother moves to mark the time her baby last began a feed. The bracelet’s elastic string allows the mother to track which side she last nursed from by switching the bracelet from wrist to wrist without fiddling with clasps or fastenings. Reminders of the last feed time are especially useful if the mother is tired, overworked, or suffering the baby blues.

How to use:
1. Switch the bracelet from wrist to wrist to keep track of which breast you fed from last.
2. Move the charm to mark the time your baby's last feed began (see picture #5). This is helpful if you have a sleepy baby who doesn't wake for feeds, if you would like to establish a breastfeeding schedule, or if you're feeding-on-demand and would like to keep track of your baby's breastfeeding patterns.
3. An alternative use for the bracelet is to count the total number of feeds in a day (newborns should feed eight to twelve times per day). Place the charm after the relevant number bead.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011


Here are two more more sets of shoes that I will be making. Both sizes of shoe are 0-3mths 
These shoes are Forest green and made from fleece. These shoes can have a flower added to the center or two buttons on the side holding the flaps down. These shoes will be perfect for those babies born during the winter time.

These shoes are made from a ivory fabric. I am unsure of what the fabric is, as it was a remnant, but it is a soft, thick, cotton like fabric. This shoes has elastic around the ankle portion to guarantee the shoes stays on. The bow is made from a red and white polka dot ribbon.

Here are some denim Shoes

Thanks for looking!!

Friday, August 5, 2011

Things To Watch For!!!

Okay folks, So here is a little sneak peak of what is to come on my Blog. I have gone through all of my patterns and have decided I would make a list of all the items that I plan on adding onto this website. These items will be able to go home with you if you choose. 
  1. Knit Baby hats
  2. Wipes Cases
  3. Bibs
  4. Burp Clothes
  5. Hand Mittens
  6. Receiving Blankets
  7. Nursing Cover
  8. Nursing Bracelets - Do you forget when the last time you fed your baby? This bracelet will help you keep track, will helping to keep you fashionable.
  9. Nursing Necklace-Have you ever been nursing your child and it decides to grab your expensive necklace? This necklace is rough and tough for your baby to hold onto during feeding time.
  10. Walking Belts-Are you having a hard time getting your little kid to have the courage her needs to walk alone? This little belt will help them out.
  11. Carseat Blankets-If you have ever had a blanket blown off of your baby by the wind, you will love this blanket.
  12. Changing Pad - If all goes well there will be a pouch to hold diapers and wipes in here as well.
  13. Shoes - Wide variety to come
  14. Hair bows and Accessories
  15. Little Man Ties
  16. Blessing Dresses - size 0-3 months only
  17. Baby/Toddler Costume
  18. Baby Ponchos-These super cute ponchos are made out of fleece and will keep the child warm on those days when they don't want to put their jacket on. 
So if there is anything you would like to see sooner than later comment below and I will  post pictures as soon as possible.


All babies need something cute to put on that itty bity head. They are made from a stretchy knit fabric and are thin enough that a baby can wear it during the summer and not get hot. These beanies can also be worn during the winter just to keep their little head warm. These are some of the hats that I have made in the past and really enjoyed the way they came out.


Thursday, August 4, 2011

Welcome To My First Blog

Welcome everybody to my first blog. 
Let me start off with a quick introduction.
I am a wife of 5 years to an amazing husband and a mother of 2 children and another child due in September. I have been sewing for 10 years. I began sewing with my sister. We began sewing small items and clothing items for us and our dolls, then moved onto sewing church dresses and prom dresses. We have made quite a few dresses for Prom, Homecoming, and Weddings. Once my sister and I went our separate ways and got married, I began sewing costumes and home decor items. Now after having two children and one on the way, I enjoy sewing little items for babies and toddlers.
I used to work for a local hospital, as a Monitor Tech, but quit once I found out we were having baby number three. Since quitting, I have been trying to find a way to use my love and hobby of sewing. So I have decided to open this blog, where I will make cute crafts for you or your child.
So once I get the hang of this whole blogging things I will post pictures of my recent crafts and give you a glimpse of the items that will be able to be your.