Monday, April 19, 2010

slowly & a sweet story

The other day while Mazzy was wiggling around on her play mat, I noticed her looking away at something, not at my face, more at my hand which happened to be holding one of my bird cups. She was smiling and starting to giggle when I asked her if she liked the birdy, more wiggles and giggles, my heart melted. So may I gush? How lovely is it that my nearly 3 month old daughter wiggles and giggles at my work? So a trip into the studio for some more smiling and telling her what mama does was in order. Here we are visiting my studio for the very first time! Now to clean it up and try to make something!

9 comments:

Michael Kline said...

My girls are 6 and 8 and I still get thrills when they full-on laugh (or giggle)! It's great to laugh together!

lisa {milkshake} said...

Yay! You'll be making and selling in no time. Having your daughter love your work is the very best compliment.

CAROL said...

Who wouldn't wiggle and giggle at your work?!
She sure is a beauty! Enjoy every moment of her :)
Until you are "back", I will continue to drink my coffee from MY bird mug !!
xo

JUDI TAVILL said...

Yay!!! Welcome to Mommy's studio Mazzy... she has a cool mom!

Patricia Griffin said...

I think you will soon have a studio assistant!

Holly C. said...

Ahhhh-how sweet!

Little Flower Designs said...

Thank you all for the nice comments! I do miss the studio but I am enjoying every minute with Mazzy and hope she will br proud of her crafty mama!

Anonymous said...

my kids are 5 and 2. when they were babes, I would put them down for naps cozy in their cribs, turn on the baby monitor, and head out to the studio for a blissful two to three hours. Now only the youngest naps and the other plays with toys, or in the garden or in the studio while I make. On the one hand, I keep telling myself only three more years till they're both in school full time, on the other, I can't believe the tiny years are over with already and I just want to put my sons toddler cheeks in the scrapbook to have them always. sigh. . . :)

Lisa said...

so sweet :)