A New Month and New Lessons To Learn: something about time

Most of our life is spent being talked to or talking about time. From the moment we are born, people are asking about our nap schedules and play-dates. There is discussion about feedings and what time baby should go to bed. Then as we get older the talk about time turns into not enough. The “hurry we are going to be late” statement is thrown out often, either about getting to school on time or soccer practice. Then it’s the counting and documenting of time with birthdays and holidays passing by. Until finally you have a child of your own and the cycle repeats with the added bonus of knowing what your mother or father had going on in their busy day.

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For me it is no different. Right now we are in the phase of time keeping called Time Management, and most days I feel like I am failing. Not failing in huge big obvious ways but in smaller, “I should be able to get this done” ways. Like dishes, I should be able to get the dishes done or at the least be able to see the bottom of my sink once in the day. Small things that I feel like other mothers manage to get done. The other portion of time management that is new is sleep. My youngest (for now) Little K, who is 1, has finally started to sleep longer than an hour and a half at a time. Serious miracles and crying happened but we figured out what needed to be done (and it wasn’t Cry It Out) and within 3 days we broke the nursing to sleep cycle. Last night I got seven hours of sleep IN A ROW and man do I feel like a drunk person, in a good way.

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So, with more sleep and the dishes still not getting done we are adding another item to our time sheet – Speech Therapy – for Big D. He’s two and things seem a bit delayed. Now 2 – 3 times a week we need to work out how to get out of the house, drive an hour there, learn and play for an hour  and then drive an hour back all while still not getting the dishes done. Don’t forget about Tot School and starting a Printables Design company as well as sell our home and move onto a farm. The dishes will not be getting done anytime soon, because I left out one very important thing about time. ME.

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I don’t need a vacation, a girls night out, or a whole day to do whatever I want without kids hanging on me. Those are nice and heck yeah I will take what I can get, but it doesn’t fill me up or make me feel sane. In fact when I am given that much time, more than half is spent worrying about the kids and the other half thinking I should be doing something more productive, like the dishes.  I have found that all I need to feel like I have my own skin, and a quiet spot in my head is 2 whole hours in a row everyday. And No, the dishes still won’t get done. I use that time to create. Either work on planner designs, client projects or a chance to sew.  Taking the time for me hasn’t been easy. I am lucky to have my husband home with us, but he is busy finishing our home that is on the market to sell and fixing up another so that we can move into it. All of that means, on occasion, that my – Me Time – takes a backseat if the electrician can only come out during it. Which is where I am at right now, typing this up at 5 am because Little K managed to sleep 8 hours straight giving me 7 hours. With that much sleep being so new to my body I couldn’t fall back, so I am gaining back the two hours I thought I was losing today. Feels like a win. And again, the dishes still won’t get done.

Moral of the story, don’t forget about you. We can bust our butts all day, have a spotless house, clean kids and folded laundry but none of that matters if behind a closed-door you are having a mental breakdown or crying in the shower. I won’t judge you if your laundry has been sitting in a pile for 3 days, instead I will applaud because the laundry made it out of the dryer. And I definitely won’t think less of you because of the pile of dishes in your sink, I guarantee my pile is higher. What I will do is give you an invisible high-five for looking rested and happy, then sit on your couch while we binge watch the new Full House on Netflix on our “Girls Night Out”. Our kids are alive and happy, our spouses think we are doing a great job (they do, ask them) and really the dishes can wait.


Homeschool Lesson Planner & ToT School Update

Big D has been loving all the planned time I have been spending with him. He isn’t much of a talker, not in our language #toddlerlife, but he is expressing his happiness with lots of hugs and running screaming loudness. Loud is good in our home.We play, work through some of the lessons I have planned and then play some more. A little over 1 month in and we have accomplished a lot. He can identify letters, numbers, shapes and colors we have covered. And he is sleeping good at night. I would say that is the test for a challenging yet fun day in Toddler World – if it was enough they sleep. Or in our case Big D does and for 12 hours straight. Crazy.

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When I first created the Tot School lesson planner I thought it would be a rough draft and then I would make a few tweaks along the way. So far I wouldn’t change a thing. The boxes give me tons of room to doodle what we are working on, giving me a quick glance, visual effect, of what we have planned.

And if I need to write something out in more detail there is plenty of space to do that. I think one of the best parts of the planner is the Accomplishments space. We sometimes don’t have much time to hit all our points in the day or someone gets sick and plans have to change. But there is ALWAYS something to be proud of and consider it an accomplishment. Right next to that is a space to write out what I might change in our approach next week. Sometimes I just write in MORE PATIENCE. It’s a nice reminder that nothing is perfect and something can always be improved upon. Plus, there is always tomorrow. Right?

If you are interested in reading more about ToT School go HERE

Want to pick up a planner for yourself? Head over to my etsy shop HERE


homeschool lesson planner printable planner



To-Do Lists or Not To-Do

I am a list maker. Problem is I lose my list, have too many going and then have to start my list over. I realized that happens mostly because I am using a regular full size notepad. Those same notepads get used by my husband and his list making habit, as well as becoming a doodle pad for Big D.  The solution – something pretty just for me.




So I created a to-do list printable. Making it pretty with watercolor flowers and mixing it up by throwing in a blue one,  keeps me interested.  The sheets are printed in 3 columns, cutting along a dotted line, I then have the perfect sized list making notes.


The bonus of the size, it’s not big enough for my husband’s handwriting, so he doesn’t steal them. The other bonus, those big flowers make Big D think it has already been doodled on, he likes fresh paper.  So the pretty notepad, to-do list is mine all mine. Unless you want one – then go HERE and print some up today.

Free Printable: Let Them Lead

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Sometimes we can get so stuck in planning out the day, the lesson and our time, that we forget to ask them what they would like to do. He might be little, he might not say much but he has an opinion. They all do. So, some days he gets to lead. Alright, let’s be honest, most days he leads.

But in letting him lead, literally following his lead, I discovered more about him than any of my planning could have let me. We played with trucks, on the couch, pretending to jump over things. We read his favorite book about 5 times and clapped at the end, then he “read” it to me and we clapped at the end. We sorted laundry his way, then cheerios his way and blocks his way.

I created this “Let Them Lead” printable to remind me that once in a while I need to let go and let them lead me. In doing so I learned that Big D, can do imaginary play, he sorts things, and is comprehending what we read. So click the image to the left and print out your own reminder to – LET THEM LEAD. If you are interested in seeing what other Free Printables are available go HERE.


ToT School Studio: The Color Green

It’s such a wonderful thing to watch as a child learns. More than that is witnessing the spark happen. The moment your child gets what you have been saying for days or months and then suddenly they are off and running with it. That happened this week with the color Green.


ToT School teaching the color Green 11 ways

I love this color, I don’t wear it or really have anything that is green as decoration in my home but man do I love green. It makes me feel good, so good that I didn’t stop talking about it to Big D. And even Little K was in on the Green love fest trying to mimic me saying green. It was great. So great that Big D caught on to this superb color quickly. Pointing out anything that was green with his green car.

I went searching for activities that I could duplicate with him and here is a wonderful list that covered color themes. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did. They are all budget friendly and didn’t take much prep time.

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1+1+1=1 has a great tot School section and amazing printables. This post was all about rainbows and showed 4 ways to teach color. One in particular I already had the supplies. It got a little messy working with actual glue, but we weathered the stickiness and made a rainbow with extra green.

image from hands on as we grow

image from hands on as we grow

Hands On As We Grow had an amazing selection of color posts, just type in COLORS into the search option. From there I picked a Sensory bag. I filled it with the two colors we had learned up to that point – red and green. The sorting into the colors circle he didn’t get so much, but he had a ton of fun squishing and moving the buttons. As he moved the buttons around we talked about what color it was and I would show him other things in the room had that were that color too.

image from You Brew My Tea

image from You Brew My Tea

On You Brew My Tea she gave 7 examples of ways to teach colors. We chose the color hunt and went around the house looking for the color green. It was fun, most of the time he understood the concept and the other part he started grabbing everything to put in the basket, mostly clothes. It was good though, it gave me an opportunity to explain different colors and that we were only looking for green. He had fun leading me through the house.

Interested in planning out a ToT School Studio of your own? Start with getting a simple Weekly Box Planner HERE and decide which – shape, color, number and letter you want to focus on that week and go to these sites to get a ton of ideas. Remember it’s about the fun, simple easy everyday items can be teaching tools.

ToT School on a budget: Repurpose Items from around your home

Painting is always a hit in our home. Big D loves it. From mixing the colors to painting on paper, pumpkins, himself – it’s all great.

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But every now and then painting with a paint brush or his fingers seems to not interest him. On those days I take a quick look around to see how we can make it different. This week it was painting with a Cotton Tip Applicator aka Q-tip and placing the paint (mixed with a little water) inside those things that use to make ice.

When he was done asking “wahs daht?” and pretending to clean his ears, he got down to business.

Here’s a list of other things you can use to paint –

  1. cotton balls
  2. mini cupcake baking tins to hold the paint
  3. string or yarn, dipped in the paint
  4. if you have trees in your yard a quick hunt for some leaves or pine needle branch

And sometimes painting on a new surface can bring back the fun. One of Big D’s favorites is foil. The shine of it mixed with the paint is what I think makes it fun.

Free Printable For The Planner Addict In Us All

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Dwight D. Eisenhower said “Plans Are Nothing; Planning Is Everything.”

Free printable. typography, quoteHow perfect is that? We can make plans to be awesome parents, great teachers, successful or wealthy. But that is all it is, a plan. Without planning out how you are going to get there Your Plans mean nothing.

I thought it would make a wonderful FREE printable for a limited time. All you have to do is click the image to the left and it will pull up in a new window without the web address. Printed as is, at 100% it will fit into an 8×10 frame, it may need to be trimmed depending on your frame. If you want to print it smaller than take down the percentage. For a 4×6 frame, similar to the image above, I went down to 50% and trimmed it.

Do you love this printable? Did you print it? Great! Next step, which would be pretty amazing of you – PIN IT  – The very first image – and let me know so I can start following you on Pinterest.

Interested in Skip The Mush Printable Planners go HERE on etsy.

ToT School Studio: Week 2 Lesson Plan

Made it to week two after learning a lot about expectations and stressing out. So week 1 lesson planning for Big D will be slightly different. But only in the way of being a little more easy on myself. We didn’t get much done last week with numbers so this week I will try to work them in a little bit more. WITHOUT STRESSING.

The plan this week is 1 – Shape = Square, Color = Green, Letter = Gg and the Number 2

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We have wooden blocks all in green for their shape and color, mega blocks – just so happens the green ones are also square. For the Letter G I plan to make coloring pages of animals that start with G, and Number 2 will be a lot more fun than one (if I remember to teach it) and I will create painting and coloring pages for that as well. I am also planning to do a lot more reading this week. We were so focused on getting certain things done last week, then Big D didn’t feel so well for two days so we missed a couple planned lessons, and didn’t get much reading done.

The Reading List for ToT School? Anything and everything. If they want it read it will get read even if it falls outside of the lesson plan.

In addition to ToT School we also have a very active, almost, one year old who has started to mimic everything and is now signing back to us. Big D never learned to sign as a baby so now as a toddler he is gaining that skill too. It really is so much fun to see them learn something new everyday.

To see how last week went go to the blog HERE


ToT School Studio: Getting Started with Things You Have & Week 1 Review

Months before I started our ToT School I searched pinterest and googled, aimlessly looking for tot school curriculum packets and kits. I searched for books and how-to guides. I got really confused, then got clear again and minutes later back to confused. What did I need to really help Big D learn? Did I need to search outside my home or did we have everything right here already paid for and with us? There are a ton of options out there and really great ones too, but I couldn’t find what I was after. In a lot of ways I had no idea what I was looking for. I thought homeschooling had to be very structured and I thought I would need to do the same with ToT School. At this moment I am glad I was wrong. The beauty of homeschooling is the freedom. There really is no right way, only the way that works for you and your child. And that doesn’t ring more true than for ToT School. The freedom to change course with any hiccup or actual tummy ache. And with a little forethought and initiative you can build your ToT School curriculum and activities from the items in your home.

Tot School getting started

I don’t have a budget for ToT School. More accurately, I don’t have extra spending money to acquire the kits and packets that are available. Plus I didn’t want to use resources from other piggy banks on something my son might not enjoy. So instead of waiting for the money to magically appear, I decided to make do and plan. Week 1 actually started just after new years with planning our course, the four things we would concentrate on this week. And on Sunday night, just after the kids went to bed, I started sorting and gathering toys, books, building blocks, mega blocks, puzzles and flash cards. I pulled out all the things that matched the color we were focusing on. Then all the things that were the shape of the week joined the color bin. The Letter and Number would be more verbal, and coloring or painting activities. Next thing I knew, I had a toy bin full of one color and the right shape. I placed all other toys in different rooms. That created a whole other side effect that was wonderful. Keep in mind ToT School is FUN. F . U . N. fun. So a lot of what you do is united through playing. I knew I could engage him with wooden building blocks and mega blocks for a bit by making big one color towers, or teach him about circles as we rolled all his cars across the floor, off the table and around the dog. Jake got the best car massage any dog could ask for that day.

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At one point I ran out of printer paper, from printing out new planners I am designing, which meant I needed to draw up some coloring pages for Big D with the letter of the week and animal to match. He loved it. He climbed onto my lap to watch and asked a lot of “wahs daht?” We talked about what I was drawing, well I talked and then as he colored I talked about what he was doing. It was definitely bonding for the two of us.

The one idea about homeschool that I personally had to give a little on was keeping a strict schedule. Now I know some people cannot function without a schedule and I use to be the same, some days I miss it, until I had a baby when my first was only 13 months old. Little K turned our world upside down with her sleeping and nursing non-schedule and it is still being flipped. So while the Type A person inside screams a little the rest of me has learned to relax, which has been good. This week we probably got to 9 of the 15 activities I had planned.

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Today will probably be spent reading and painting, followed by a bath. So you could say  we accomplished 11 of 15. Not bad for week one, a toddler who was not feeling top speed and a baby who is teething giving me only 4 hours of sleep a night. My point here is take it easy on yourself, on the ToT and do what you can.

If you don’t have a printer, to print out all the freebies you see on other blogs, draw them. If all you have is a box of noodles – pinterest will give you tons of ideas that a toddler would love. Use what you have, your toddler will be excited because you are there learning with him. You don’t have to purchase kits or spend a lot of money for tot school. I used toys and lots of talking and repetition. Only one color existed in the living room for a week. We talked about how all his cars and trucks have circles = the wheels. And we colored T’s and Trees and Turtles when things got slow. In between all that, he helped put away dishes and feed the dog. On Friday we reintroduced all the red toys to the rest of the toys in other rooms. This was the test to see if what we did worked. And it did. He gave his little sister all the red balls when asked and brought me the red cars when asked. By Thursday he could find all the T’s on the chalkboard. And pointed them out in the book I read him this morning. He learned red. T. and is starting to recognize circle. It wasn’t until this morning that I realized we didn’t cover the number 1 very well. I am going to blame that on no sleep. But we have a whole new week coming up to work on it.

Moral of this very long story – Be nice to yourself, use what you have and play with your toddler. Tomorrow is a new day.

Check out other ToT School Studio Blog posts HERE

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Fitted Crib Sheet Tutorial with My Favorite Video

Shortly after I taught myself to sew and a couple of months after Little K was born I wanted to make things for her. Jersey headbands, baby leggings and then I saw a video on how to make crib sheets and my mind went nuts. Wait, I could make her crib bedding? I COULD make her crib bedding. And you can too. The supply list is pretty short and straight forward.

  • 2 yards of fabric ** helpful hint ** make sure it measures at least 44 inches across. Anything shorter won’t work.
  • 90 inches of elastic. I used quarter-inch wide.

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Wash and iron your fabric before working with it.

Cut your fabric to measure 44×68 inches. Then fold it in half, lengthwise and then in half again. So the four corners are all together. Next you need to cut out an 8×8 square from the corners. This will create your fitted crib sheet corners once sewn together.

Here is my favorite video for the sewing instructions and two options for adding the elastic.

I loved the fabric I chose so much that I picked up another yard 36×44 and 1 yard of Gray Minky Dot. Measured the minky to match the measurements of the floral fabric, placed right sides together and sewed around the edges leaving a 3 inch opening. Turned the blanket right side out and sewed about a quarter-inch top stitch all around the blanket closing off the 3 inch opening in the process. DONE. Matching baby blanket and Fitted Crib Sheet.

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ToT School Studio: improvising and real life

We are working our way through week 1 of ToT School and so far it is going well. I wanted to bring up a quick point when starting your Homeschool or Tot School and lesson planning. Don’t Stress Out. Pinterest and Instagram would have you & me believe that we need to be put together. Have everything laid out in uniform plastic bins, color coded and labelled. Social Media and marketers would like us to believe that this picture perfect utopia is obtainable. Somedays it is, most days – well it just isn’t. Yes, even in my pictures I try to present a slightly put together image, you won’t see my sink full of dishes, the kitchen counter covered in tools and granola or the dust on the fireplace mantel. You won’t see the mess but it does exist. What you will see are happy kids, who without prompting join me at the table to color or sort laundry. And you will see my toddler dancing to a song that would make my mother blush but hey it’s the beat he is boggying to. So today when I ran out of printer paper but we still hadn’t tackled a ToT School lesson I improvised.

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Big D LOVED IT! He saw me drawing one of his favorites – a train – and pushed a chair next to me. I rolled (circle is the shape this week) a red crayon to him, I blow his mind, and he started to color pictures that I drew. That’s it. ToT School can be as hard or as easy as you want to make it. I wish I was as organized as “Perfect Mom” and had, and kept, all my ducks in a row all day, can you imagine the things I would get done. But I am not and that is ok. Big D had other plans and wasn’t feeling good so we took it slow. It’s only day 3 he will still get to college if we miss a day of tot school.

So, improvise, dance to inappropriate songs and eat cake for breakfast. Then clear a clean spot on the floor take a picture of the salad you are having for lunch and post it to Instagram like the rest of us. #weknowthetruth

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Interested in starting a ToT School in your home, start HERE and read other blog entries.


January Goal Setting and Planning

This year I have several goals I want to accomplish. There are business goals, selling our home goals, ToT School Studio goals, and creative goals. In making my goals, working out the details and sticking to a plan, I have found that my planner inserts are working really well for it all. From the Weekly Box Planner, where I can plan out my week with general terms, pretty stickers and doodles, to the daily planner that lets me write out my day in detail and keep an hourly log of what the kids have been up to.

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My favorite part of any planner happens to be the Notes page. I write, a lot. Lists, to do lists, reading lists for the kids, blog planning lists – the lists ( forgive me) are endless. Sure I could use ordinary folder/loose-leaf paper but it isn’t as pretty and I tend to lose all of those lists and notes to a random pile in the kitchen. These Note sheets actually stay inside if not pretty close to my binder, to nice to lose.

You can pick up the Notes planner insert in the shop today.

Tot School Studio: Our First Day

When I found out I was pregnant with Big D (2 years ago) I knew instantly that we would choose to homeschool him and any siblings that came along. Now that he is a very busy toddler I wanted to start introducing him to learning, by making it fun. Focused Play is what we are calling it.

Realizing toddlers learn best through play, that is our focus. Playing with purpose, playing with learning in the background. I also realize a toddler is an extremely busy person with lots of things to accomplish, like learning to potty train, so some days we may only get to one Tot School item or we may hit them all and want to keep going. The idea is to keep it interesting, fun and flexible.

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So I have decided to start our Tot School fresh in the New Year. January 4th 2016 will be our first day. And here is how I am hoping it will go.

The Basics, I make a lesson plan for the week, picture above, concentrating on one Color, one Number, one Shape and one Letter. Each day I have different activities that incorporate each particular, color, number, shape and letter. For Week 1 I wanted to hone in on Big D’s favorites. Circles = Wheels, Red = his red truck, T = trucks. For numbers I thought it best to go in numerical order, that means starting with the Number 1.

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Alright let’s get Tot School Started! First Step: Gather all the toys that are red. Red cars and trucks, red mega blocks, red toys, books, pans. If it was red we found it and put it in the bin. My thought it to have all the red toys in the main living room, believing that every time we are in this room there will be opportunity to explore the color red. The bin also held things that started with T and was a circle shape.

Interested in the Weekly ToT School Lesson Planner? Check it out HERE in the shop.

It’s a 2 Page layout, Box planner. Lots of space for notes, thoughts, shopping lists and most importantly Accomplishments for the week.

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Free Printable Notice The Little Things

Thanks for stopping by. Grab your free printable for “Something Good Happens Everyday ~ Notice The Little Things” by clicking on the picture below. It will pop up on your screen  * watermark free * and you can print it on 8.5×11 paper. You can then easily frame it (might have to be cut down on the edges depending on your frame) in an 8×10 picture frame.


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My New Year Resolution

Every year I make a plan, a resolution. Something like, eat better or stay on top of the housework. Since having kids, two babies 13 months apart, I haven’t made a resolution. I guess I felt accomplished enough by just surviving each day. But this year and actually the past few months I have been working on using a daily planner. I also wanted to work on using a daily planner more often to get myself in the habit of having a schedule by the time Big D goes head on into homeschooling FOR REAL. The planner I had was good but I found myself making up categories and placing extra boxes where I felt I needed the extra help and reminders. Then I started to create my own.


While I work on Tot School and as we prepare to sell our home it has come in handy. Keeping on schedule or as close to it as possible will continue to save us and well let’s be honest, ME, a lot of headaches in the future. So here it is, my planner. I think the thing I am the most excited about is the added little spot to write down something great that happened today. It might be little like remembering to get toothpaste or huge like Little K taking her first steps. The other thing I wanted to include was a reminder to feel good, whether that is by smiling or being kind to someone, I wanted to have something permanently written down that would help me put something good out to the people around me. Each day has a different Feel Good reminder.

To pick up a printable download of your own visit the Shop on Etsy in the Printables section. They are a budget friendly price, and a download. Which means you can print it off over and over again, only needing to add the actual date. Doesn’t get much easier.

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The Baby Doll

Little K has been hugging a stuffed dog that was gifted to Big D when he was a baby. She would get so excited for it, bouncing and waving her hands until finally getting a hold of it. She did this enough times that I thought it might be time I made her a doll of her own. Thus, The Baby Doll was born. And Little K loved her.


She is simple and sweet. A rag doll hybrid. Mixed patterns, ribbon hair and a soft triangle body. I made a few changes to the original pattern I created and gave her a larger head. I think she is now perfect. A fun little Doll that is 13 inches tall, has “hair” that can double as a way to carry her and a body sized just for little hands to grab.

The Baby Doll and her friends will be going up in the etsy shop soon.


Free Printable For Baby’s Room

I thought I would try something new and offer a Free Printable for you to download and print. The download can be printed with a standard home printer on plain paper, card stock or even canvas paper for more texture. It will print on 8.5 x 11 paper and fit into an 8 x 10 frame or matting. I think this would look really cute mixed in on a gallery wall for a babies room. Made up a few mock ups of the print with some stars added in on blue matting and pink matting. Now my next mission is to create a little corner in my son’s room to hang this in.

click to download & print *watermark free

click this image to download & print *watermark free

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The Silly Chickens Children Book

The Silly Chickens are about to be published for the first time in their very own children’s book.

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The chickens go on adventures all over the farm and neighborhood. They find flowers in all colors, count bumble bees, learn about the weather, holidays and so much more. The Silly Chickens first book is all about colors. Children get to help the chickens name the colors of the flowers they find.

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I’m so excited to have these little chickens, that I started drawing for my children, be in children’s books. The fun my kids have when we follow the Silly Chickens through their day is reason enough for me to keep drawing them. As a parent it is extremely exciting to see your kids light up with excitement when they recognize the color on each page and yell out the names. I can’t wait to let you know when you can get them for your learning library.

Silly Chicken Weekly Planner

For the past year we have been chicken egg farmers. Working hard to get our eggs into local stores and restaurants. Its been a wonderful journey and we are still learning how to navigate, farm, family and business all in one place. One way I find balance is to draw, doodle, sketch and get something down on paper daily. I might only get 5 minutes to myself some days but in that 5 minutes I’ve been able to create my silly chickens.

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These ladies have been finding themselves on new adventures around the farm. First bumble bee encounters to snow, they are enjoying life and bringing smiles to crazy chicken ladies daily. You can pick up a silly chicken printable daily planner HERE.

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And if you are a list maker like I am, then HERE are a few of the ladies on Printable To Do Lists. Just print, cut and write.

I am so excited about these girls and I can’t wait to get 5 more minutes and doodle their next adventures.