My husband brought it to me in the hospital, at the same time he brought the boys to meet their new sister. The timing couldn't have been more perfect.
Inside the beautifully wrapped package (Katy is a master of presentation), was this sweet little dress.
I've been dying to have her wear it everyday since, but my petite little Natalie has had to wait until now.
It's absolutely perfect for her and I love it. Katy has my girl fashion aesthetic pinned down perfectly.
I love all the little details, which Katy is so good at. The crochet lace trim, the blue buttons.
I was so touched to receive such a wonderful gift on the day of her birth.
Thank you Katy for your generosity.
To Katy, who is a sewing whiz, maybe it was...
No Big Dill. :) But to us, it means quite a lot.
We received a dress, but I know it's more than that. I see all the time, creativity and loved infused in every stitch. We will cherish this dress for generations!
I've got TWO things.
One, I have been and will be doing more product review posts.
I don't want to seem like a "sell out," for lack of a better term. This blog has become an important part of supporting our family, which I count a great blessing. I love that I can do what I love, help our family, and still be at home with our kids.
I want you to know that I try to make sure I agree to reviewing products that I believe in and/or that my family enjoys already. I hope to maintain this blog as an inspiring place, by bringing some creativity to the review posts through my photography.
I hope you understand.
Two, Jenny from The Southern Institute is doing a wonderful fundraiser to help bring clean water to Africa.
Go here to learn more and to find out how to donate. It requires a small sacrifice, but if we all pitch in, we can make a very big difference.
Thank you for reading. I hope you had a great weekend!