Some news I'm excited to share is that I'm going to be participating in a group giveway! See the cool animated button above and on my sidebar? A group of bloggers got together and formed a bit of a Blogger's support group called Blogger's Unite and some of us are going to host giveways for 14 days in May from the 6th through the 19th. Keep an eye out for it - it should be full of a great assortment of goodies since there are all kinds of bloggers participating. If you're interested in donating a prize in exchange for promoting your blog or shop, let me know!
And on the flag making front a.k.a. Flagmageddon - I'm hangin' in there, folks. I have another batch of flags almost done, which brings me up to 20 banners or 80 flags. I'm hoping I can get a couple of days or parts of days dedicated to production and jump ahead a bit.
On the days I work it pretty much goes like this - get home from picking girls up from daycare/preschool, get dinner for Arden ready and Hadley spoon fed, hubby Dave usually gets home right about time to sit with Arden while I get Hadley ready for bed and breast fed. Then I work on flags from about 7 PM until 10 PM when I get bottles ready for the next day's feeding and pumping.
On days I'm home I can usually get a good hour when both girls nap to work some more, and a few minutes here and there while they're occupied or Hadley is napping. I've found I can sew or turn flags without a problem while Arden is around, but I can't really cut the pieces out - she's way too interested in the rotary cutter and mat. Then the evenings are the same with a good chunk devoted from 7 PM until after 10 PM since I don't have to get stuff ready for the next day.