This post is really about the beginning of my bedroom makeover, but I remembered I never shared the final version of FireCracker’s Christmas gift. I posted sneak peeks at it before Christmas. She loves to carry bags around, so I made a special one for her Christmas present.Β  It is my normal wonky sewing skills, but it works. I was very much inspired by this one – if only I could sew like she does!


And now the start of the story of my bedroom….when I was trying to decide the colors for the room I kept coming back to these old tins.

Originally I was going to do a mural of that painting on the wall, but knowing my constant need to change things I decided it probably wasn’t the best use of my time right now. All those pretty paints will be popping up here for another project soon.

After painting several different colors on the wall I ended up with “muslin”….

Once the paint was up I started removing base boards and tearing out the carpet…(most would recommend painting after you take out the baseboards and carpet but I wasn’t ready to move out my bed). Tearing out carpet is one of the most gratifying things to me. It might be odd how much enjoyment I get out of pulling up tacking strips and taking my knife to the carpet.

Chicken wire….lots of chicken wire….

When looking for some new fabric to replace the previous pillows I couldn’t find anything affordable for the look I wanted. I decided to experiment bleaching and dyeing fabric (thank you Martha…tutorial here). Warning: the process of bleaching and dyeing fabrics is highly addictive. I now feel the need to experiment with all the 100% cotton fabrics I can find for $1.00 a yard.

I picked fabrics that reminded me of vintage linens…not ones that I would normally buy. I am not a fan of the original version of this fabric, but once it was bleached and they dyed…I like it. You’ll be seeing more of it.

A few more things to experiment with….new pillows coming!

So now the bedroom is emptied and my kids think having a bed in the living room is beyond exciting. I, on the other hand, hope the disarray in my house will be worth it in a few weeks. Clutter stresses me out.

I hope you have a great weekend!

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  • laura - ooo….looking forward to the updates:). and can’t wait to try bleaching some cheap fabric! thanks!

  • Emily L. - Haven’t seen you since Mandy’s wedding, but wanted to say I love your blog. My favorite parts are when you post ideas about how you are trying to teach your kids compassion toward others. (Totally random sidenote, but the colors in the illustrations in “Caps For Sale” kind of remind me of the color combos you keep talking about.) My sister is going to take your next photography class… her husband got it for her for Christmas. She’s so excited. P.S. If you want an invite to our blog to learn about our adventures abroad, just send me an email.

  • amy - You’ve got me totally intrigued….and believe it or not…hubby just bought some fabric dye (He’s honestly trying to make baptismal robes that change from wed to white when dunked in water…i know…).

    Anyway…definitely going to steal some of his dye to work on some fabrics I’ve got lying around – thanks for the inspiration!

  • Lindsay - I have a feeling this is going to turn out really really cool. I wish I had your talent and mad skills!

  • Yanet - I’m so looking forward to seeing the outcome. I’m sure it’ll be fabulous. What will you do with all the chicken wire? Hmmm…

  • Karen Davis - LOVE the dye job…they’re gorgeous, and I will definitely have to try it out myself πŸ™‚

  • Danielle - We are in the midst of a redo here also! Bookshelves and toys all over my living room! Can’t wait to see!

  • Amy Holgersen - I needed this post. Makes me get my butt in gear on my own mbedroom makeover!

  • Jacquelyn - I am so jealous of your 4 poster bed! Love your use of color, it’s so refreshing!

  • Anna Marie - Oh wow, this is so exciting, Ashley. I would want to be spending every available second to get it finished. Have fun doing it! I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE IT!!! Oh, and I had no clue you could do that with fabric…SWEET!

  • Jessica - wow, I can’t believe you are undertaking that on your own! “I am woman, hear me roar”, that is you!! Soo….I have to know where Firecracker got her shirt!!!! Please, do tell!

  • emily anderson - if only we could all be so inspired by salted cheese sticks. lol.

    can’t wait to see the finished product…

  • lesley graham - you are so inspiring! i get so comfortable with NOT changing anything because i hate the disarray too. i can’t wait to see what you come up with! you rock lady.

  • amanda torres - Hello, Ashley? Is there anything that you can’t do? Can’t wait to see the final product. AND, I can’t even comment on the purse. More thought on it would put me over the edge. Beyond precious!!!

  • Taylor - The tutorial linked doesn’t mention the process for bleaching. Did you still do the salt and everything for the bleach? I’ve never bleached anything, can you tell LOL.

  • Shannon - I can not wait to see the finished project!! Your bed is gorgeous and I love the colors!

  • andy - it’s so funny that you posted this about bleaching material. just yesterday i bleached a crib skirt for my daughter. my mom bought it a year ago and it was more purple than the pink in her room. i bleached it not sure what would happen but thinking that even if it went all the way white it would be better than the purple. it came out great. light pink.

  • Ruth - Clutter stresses me out too. We remodeled most of our house last year and it just about killed me. It is supposed to be fun and you almost feel guilty for complaining, but the end result IS worth it. Every day I look at the spaces we’ve finished and it makes me happy. Can’t wait to see the big reveal!

  • Seamingly Sarah - I can’t wait to see the final product! I also can’t believe the amount of work you are putting into this! My idea of redecorating is taking down all the frames in our house and making my husband repaint them. Tearing up carpet, painting…we did that when we first bought the house and I don’t think I can bring myself to do that again.

  • Jill E. - amazing what some dye can do. i love your inspirations. is there a name for that pattern? agree with everyone else look forward to the final product!

  • tiffani - Looks great! I am guessing you added lace to your little babe’s shirt?? If you didn’t-I would be surprised:) It is so cute-so I think I am going to try something like this to my little girls shirts! And I really can’t wait to see what you are doing with ‘lots’ of that chicken wire**:)

  • Green Gracie Home - amazing…I cannot wait to see the final transformation. I am fascinated by the dying/bleaching of the fabrics.

  • Jamie - I have never, ever thought about dying/bleaching fabric to get it “just right.” Genius! Once all my craft supplies are unpacked at my new house, I’m giving this a try. Your ideas are so cool.

  • anna - love the bag, how sweet. πŸ™‚ and the fabric dying looks amazing. never tried it, but now it kind of makes me want to give it a try. πŸ™‚ I wonder if the bleaching process weakens the fabric too much?

  • ashley jensen - I just know you will be doing something beautiful with those wood floors! The bleaching and dyeing of fabrics does look addicting. I really like the fabric and colors you have in there right now too!

  • Katie P. - The colors are all so pleasing! and the final product will be so rewarding! Also, I just keep thinking about how exciting my mom and dad’s bed in the living room would have been when I was a child. I still kinda think it would be fun now, in my own house, as a mom. I am sure my husband would disagree! πŸ™‚

  • Kristen Haufschild - Absolutely gorgeous and inspiring! I can’t wait to see the final product!!

  • Jen - I have nothing really to say, other than I totally covet your style.

  • Heather - i ADORE your style and can’t wait to see it when you’re finished!
    firecracker’s purse is so great!!!

  • Dacia - Oh I can’t wait to see how it comes out! I’m sure it will be awesome. Now you’ve got me curious about bleaching and dying fabrics… hmmm.

  • Jess - Oh my word you are so brave for starting a project like that – in the middle of your house with four kids! More power to ya!

  • Anna - loving the color palette you chose for your room! can’t wait to see the finish product!

  • christina larsen - Can’t wait to see the finished project.

  • allison - Wow, I love the colors you chose! That teal is just to die for. I’m in the middle of some home makeover stuff, too, so it’s inspiring to see yours coming together πŸ™‚

  • Laurie J - beds in the living room are TOTAL excitement for kiddos! πŸ™‚ thanks for the peek at the makeover–I love the dyeing and bleaching fabric tip. If it’s addictive maybe it will take over my addiction to chocolate. Maybe

  • AshleyAnn - here is a link with more info on bleaching fabric:

    I did not add the lace to her shirt…that was a gift from a friend.

    The wood flooring is the plywood subfloor…

    I don’t know the name of the fabric pattern…I got it at Hobby Lobby.

  • amber - That is SO smart. I’m about to take on the task of pillows for our living room…and now I’m even more excited:)!

    Clutter stresses me out too…but it keeps coming back to find me. Geez.

  • mandi - I checked that book out from the library- the idea of bleaching and dying fabric really sounded good to me too! Oh, and the tins! I was thinking how funny it would be to paint a mural of the salty cheese sticks on the wall!

    Your color scheme is the same scheme I just painted the exterior of my house. We did a taupe on the walls, that gold on the window trim and the teal for the doors. We have 2 front doors (80+ year old house). I love, love, love it!!!

  • Mary - I am addicted to dyeing fabric…it is so awesome!

  • Leanne - to bleach and dye or not? what fun!!

  • twirling betty - Firecracker’s bag is just utterly gorgeous. Those colours, blue yellow and grey have been turning over in my head lately – love that combination. And all the cute trimmings and embroidered personalisation. Such a special gift.
    And I look forward to seeing your bedroom as it progresses. I’ve no doubt it will be spectacular at the end. Spectacular in a subtle, cool way…not in a Liberace way, of course! Clutter stresses me out too but when it’s in pursuit of a greater good I can cope. Just. For a very limited time.

  • Katie - LOVE it – can’t wait to see more and wow your bed and the colour cushions really stand out now against the wall πŸ™‚

  • Lori - Okay – I love her purse- must make one or get one…:0)
    also – love the wall color, it looks so refreshing and I cannot wait to see the end result…so excited…also, I already bleach & dye my hair…soooo, why not try fabric?? good tips. thx. I love that tin with the repeated print on it…it is so pretty. love it.

  • Kim - What about the chicken wire???

  • giozi - wow wow wow you reall yare a super woman !!!
    My house need a paint right now, but nobody say anything, me neither my husband. ha ha ha.
    I like your tote more πŸ˜‰

  • jade - Awww Ashley I LOVE the sweet bag you made. Now I’m thinking I need to make another for Chloe.

  • Jackie - I love that you were inspired by a tin of “Salted Cheese Crackers!” The colors are great! Can’t wait to see the finished results!

  • Amanda - I love the inspiration tin on the right! Can’t wait to see what you come up with for the rest of your room.

  • sarah - Can’t wait to see the finished product! Ripping up carpet-my favorite activity! We don’t have one scrap of carpet left in our home due to my addiction!

  • the whyte house - i love the dresser color. very pretty. since you’re already sleeping in the living room, you guys should camp out there one night w the kids. we like to pitch a tent in the basement from time to time for the kids. πŸ™‚ haha.

  • Kim - Yes, I want to know about the chicken wire too! You have totally inspired me to do my bedroom , which has never been decorated since I moved in 7 years ago:(

  • spano - Hello, your website is very pretty !!!!!!
    just one question, I would like to know the exact color of the blue of the chest of drawers in the background of the photo….thank you very much !!!!!!!!!

  • Busy busy busy | OhSweetWhatever - […] – as well as a bit of Β ’bleach & dye’ experimentation (a little bit like this), I intend making a teething/nursing necklace (like this) And I stopped in at the greengrocer to […]

I was recently able to manage an hour for a private little session with my niece….it was peaceful, no distractions and I wasn’t rushed at all in getting photos. I even had time to set up a pretend studio to shoot in.

She is gorgeous. GORGEOUS….like her mommy.


She was fascinated with that side of the room…not so fascinated with my big black camera.


So fascinated with that side of the room she even laughed at it.


Back to my reality….30 minutes to get pictures, feed her, change her and get her ready for her mom’s return….with 2 little helpers. Though they shock her, hug her too tightly, leave wet marks in her hair from kisses and are all up in her business – she still seems to like them. At least she smiles at them when they are at a distance.


They love her so much. My daughter lets out an animal like squeal when she sees her cousin. Awesome.

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  • amanda torres - Ahhhhh…so precious! It makes me want another sweet smelling newbie little baby. Then I think about waking up at night, and I’m cured. I’m sure Firecracker enjoys having one of her own around. My Little Miss flocks towards other little girls flies on a fresh pile of manure. I guess after playing with her bro and cousin, she likes the comradery that girls offer when she’s around them.

  • ria - Amazing pictures. She IS gorgeous!

  • Tess S - she’s a are the greatest.

  • Sadie - PRECIOUS! Love your b&ws! Do you use an action or do you do it on your own? I would love to know your steps! πŸ™‚ She is one precious loved little girl!

  • Deb - She IS gorgeous, and your photos are amazing. LOVE the black and whites especially. Well done!!!

  • Lindsay - ADorable! WOW~!

  • RachelC - Sweet P is beautiful. Love that picture with Firecracker kissing her and the one where littlest brother is trying to pull her legs off….er…..gently rubbing her feet.

  • andy - precious pics
    love the one of your daughter kissing her
    she will love them more and more
    my daughter is 7 months and is crazy about my son (3)
    and my niece and nephew
    she smiles so big for them and is crazy about the attention they give her

  • Anna - beautiful pictures…you’re niece is gorgeous! pretty little girl!

  • Emily Morrice - Beautiful pictures!
    I love how your kids love her πŸ™‚

    QUESTION: where did you get that headband? It’s so cute!

  • Yanet - She IS gorgeous! People pay big money to have those lashes!!

  • Lesley - Thank you SO much for doing her pictures!! They are so good. It’s so fun to watch your youngest 2 with her. I think they’ll all be bffs!!

  • Allison - Love these pictures – Your niece is so beautiful!

  • Erin Lee - ugh that last picture KILLS me it’s so cute!!! you’re family just got good genes!!

  • amber - She is so beautiful.

    And baby cousins are awesome…our kids love theirs too much too;).

  • meg duerksen - i would like to kiss her neck. πŸ™‚

  • Lori - OH MY WORD. HER EYES ARE SO PRETTY!! cute cute cute…

  • Julie - Gorgeous baby, love your set up!

  • megan - Amazing shoot! Very much inspires me for my own littles.

  • Kim - Wow…if I don’t feel like I’m looking right into your sister’s eyes! So beautiful!!

  • jessica h - oh my! she truly is one gorgeous little baby girl! loved the black & whites–they bring out her eyes πŸ™‚ And that last shot of littlest bro and sweet P, too cute!!

  • kristiina - stunning photos….she’s gorgeous! the first one reminds me of the gerber baby πŸ˜‰ thanks for sharing her!!

  • nancy boothe - That last photo is to die for! The love… But all of them are beyond awesome.

    I’d like to know what Sadie asked also. Think you’d ever share your B&W conversion secrets in a post?

  • allison - beautiful pictures! those eyes…gorgeous.

  • Krista Lund - what sweet photos and i especially like the one with all the cousins.

  • Cate O'Malley - Too cute! Love the one of Firecracker kissing her, and the one where she’s laying on your son. Adorableness to the nth degree, all of them.

  • Stoich91 - Beautiful shots. I love how you perfectly capture their relationship. It’s just wrong how mad your photo skilz are and how CUTE (!) your babies/relatives/offspringingeneral are! πŸ˜€ Thanks for sharing!

  • christy stout - Love the last pic!!! So sweet :] And her eyes are beautiful!!!!

  • Kate @ Songs Kate Sang - Oh! Heaven help me… must find baby head to kiss right now πŸ™‚

  • christina larsen - Those eyes are amazing.

  • Jessamy - God has blessed you in so many ways!
    I love that you bless us by sharing the amazing creative talent He has given to you!
    Awesome, awesome pictures.

  • reyanna - Holy Cow! She’s one of the most gorgeous little girls I’ve ever SEEN! These photos are amazing. I’ll bet your sister was thrilled! πŸ™‚

  • Amy of WhisperWood Cottage & Junkologie - Stunning! They are all too wonderful!

  • Katie - Hey I love the photos…just wondering if you made the head band and if you have a tutorial for it??

  • Liz - I LOVE LOVE LOVE the last one!!! So adorable!!

  • Jen - Love all these photos. I’d make improving my photography one of my resolutions but I already have too many for this year. Maybe next year? πŸ™‚

  • Bonnie presley - Beatiful! Where is that precious bonnett from , I have all boys but my niece would be so cute in it:)

  • Ali Richardson - A-dorable! Such a beautiful baby. That last one of the hug is precious! Great shots πŸ™‚

  • PJ - OK… how do you make her eyes sparkle like that? Is there a trick?

  • Dana - What lens did you use for these photos? I’m trying to learn more about what kind of shots are possible with different lenses. Thanks!

  • Mary - She looks like an old fashioned hollywood star in the second black and white photo. Beautiful!

  • Amanda - too fricking cute. Love it!

  • Carolyn - Sweet P is so beautiful…so delicate and lovely! and the yellow hat is awesome..colour, style..perfect! Love the little helpers too πŸ™‚

  • Leanne - beautiful pictures and baby too!

  • Jovanna Gomez - Ashley! Hi, what settings did you shoot with? Her eyes look so bright. I want to learn πŸ™‚

  • Carissa Miller - What?!?! You are taking pictures for people again. I’d like to set up a session STAT. OK just kidding. You can’t blame a girl for trying. And on a side note, it really should be considered child abuse to put fake eyelashes on a child that small. Those are fake right? Surely no baby could ever, EVER have eyelashes that are that jet black and look like she has 5 coats of Loreal on them! Say it isn’t so! For real though. She is gorgeous. I am sure she has plenty of babysitters but if you ever need an extra one, C.C. volunteers!

  • Amy - love it, cousins are the best!

  • sarah j - in some of these she actually looks like a doll–so delicate and perfect! lovely photographs.

  • erin bourquin - she seriously is the most BEAUTIFUL baby i have ever laid eyes on!!!

  • Sara Beth Johnson - Amazing pics. She is SO cute. Would love to know where you got this hat and what lens use used for shooting these!

  • Kirsten - LOVELOVELOELOVELOVE that last pic!

  • Margie - She is so precious! What amazing pictures!

  • Carley - Um, I am not a super huge fan of any baby that is ever born in the world and I don’t typically see a random infant & melt but…this…child!!!!!!!!!!!! she is drop dead gorgeous. Seriously the prettiest little child I have ever seen.

  • tricia dunlap - gorgeous! where did you get the hair accessories? would love to know!

  • giozi - Beautiful pictures but the last one is the best. I love it.

  • Karen Aldrin - stunning photos.I bet her mum was very pleased

  • tiffany - First off, I love your blog. Second, thank you for providing such great projects and inspiration overall. This post is just so beautiful, your daughter, the love displayed between them all is just priceless. Those are wonderful timeless memories.

  • the whyte house - you should get a shot of just her eyes. in color. they are so magnificent!

  • Katie - What a lovely bunch of tiny people πŸ™‚

  • Emily - I agree! Great shoot of a beautiful girl! I would also love some details about what settings and the lens you used =) especially for the black and white photos. Did you use a photo editor? Our photographer has been sick and now our newborn has RSV, so we won’t be seeing anyone for a while and I would really like to take some better pictures of my girls myself. I have taken a couple of basic photography classes, so your past blogs on photography make sense. Any help is appreciated! Thanks Ashley!

I am glad to hear the blog is loading faster for everyone….and bummed to hear that now some of you cannot see the pictures. The biggest change I made is I am using to host my images now, which means if you are reading my blog on a computer with filters it might be blocking Flickr is a photo sharing site, so it might pop up on your filters. There are lots of web tips on getting flickr photos to show up on your computer (might be as simple giving permission to on your safety filters). I know this is annoying for those of you that check my blog at work and have no control over filters. I apologize. I am trying to remedy the solution for everyone and this might just be a temporary thing. I’ve also removed extra links on the homepage (buttons, LinkWithin and took away the slideshow on my header)…hopefully all of those will return one day.

Thanks also to those of you that pointed out the Money Saving Mom feature πŸ™‚ I’ve got a lot of smart & frugal readers!


My latest Design*Sponge project posted today over on Design*Sponge. When I went to the sawmill to get wood for these shelves, I had him saw off a disc from a trunk too. Originally I had something different in mind for the disc, but surprise surprise I changed my mind.


And like always I am going to share some ‘behind the scenes’ pictures here.

In my attempt to get a photo of the supplies my daughter wasn’t too fond of me telling her “no”. I scored these retro Yahtzee dice cups at a local flea market for $1.00. I wanted to be able to display them in a functional, but decorative way. Probably not a project for everyone’s taste, but I like it. FireCracker did not like me taking the pipe clamps away. Obviously.


My entertainment while working on putting it all together. He’s pretty much awesome.


Do you notice a difference in the version below and the one I shared first?


The first go round of this project I didn’t paint the wood. Chris came home and told me it looked very rustic….like it belonged in a cabin in the woods. Since rustic isn’t so much my taste I painted it to remedy that look a bit. That also meant I had to reshoot all the tutorial pictures. Bummer.

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  • Krista @ Blue Eyed Yonder - Absolutely stunning! I just love seeing how you take everyday finds and turn them into something fabulous. And the look on Firecracker’s face is priceless, haha!

  • Amy - my husband owns a sawmill and i am always looking for projects to do with all the ‘scraps’ – thanks for sharing, love the look both painted and without the paint.

  • Tess S - great idea! you’re so clever.

    and your blog was loaded instantly.

  • Mara - I love the white background! What a great idea. I feel a DIY book deal right around for you! Your talent is so inspiring. Thanks for sharing with us!

  • Cottage Gal - Very creative – looks great! I just recently found your blog & I love it!

  • Deb - Super cute project and great tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

  • Jessica - Ashley, I must tell you that I love your blog. I have about 60 blogs in my blog reader, however yours is the one I read first, and sometimes, most times, is the only one I ever get to. I am a mother of one precious little girl Grace, and enjoy seeing your kids and your craftiness.

    FYI I spotted your calendar over at homemade grits….

  • amanda torres - Super cool! Only you would look at Yahtzee cups and say, “Ohh, let’s turn those into vase holders and mount them to a piece of wood.” I absolutely love it. Somedays I wish I were wired that way too.

  • Ruth - It never ceases to amaze me what you manage to create with the “help” of your children. Love it!

  • MGF - such a unique idea.

  • ashlee - I LOVE this project!!! I am always trying to snag discs of wood at the tree farm . I must try this!

  • Laura - Random question but are the winners of giveaway day ever going to be announced?

  • Laurie J - you crack me up when you share info “behind the scenes” like your hubby giving you comments that have you changing the look of your project….and the tutorial pics! I would totally do the same thing. too funny! πŸ™‚

  • Jen Helbert - love the idea. plus, i think its great how you included the kiddos!

  • Perpetual Blind Date - We love your blog! I read it every morning right when I get to work! Even though our work blocks the flickr pictures, I can’t wait to get home and look at them! Your family and home is beautiful and inspire us to do things in our own homes!

  • Jessamy - I LOVE Firecracker’s LOU and LEE bow!!! So adorable! I wish my daughter would keep bows on. πŸ™

  • Yanet - Oh, but mommy, pipe clamps are my favorite bracelets!!

  • Cherish Stockdale - so cute I love it. You are always thinking outside of the box πŸ™‚

  • Kate @ Songs Kate Sang - OH I love this! Super cute! Perfect for my rockin’ nerdy gamer family!

  • Lauren - so sad I cant see πŸ™ booooo flicker

  • Kristen @ JustLiveSimply - love your creativity & how you think outside the box all the time!

    Maybe you can use some Mod Podge to attach some paper doilies to a corner. That will take the ‘rustic’ right out of it. Beautiful either way.

  • jennie - thanks for letting us know about the photos! My work does filter flickr sadly. Have you tried photobucket before? I really like it for my photos. Maybe you would too

  • Carissa Miller - OK I am really laughing hard right now and I am guessing this won’t be your typical comment here (shocker). I am laughing thinking about the look on your face when you had worked so hard on your beautiful project and Chris come home and blows it all up by saying, “Yeah, honey. It looks REALLY rustic.” (which was obviously totally not what you were going for). Sounds alot like my marriage! Michael loves to give me his expert advice on my pictures all the time. It’s not always well received. πŸ™‚

  • Ethel - That look B is giving you is priceless. Just you wait till she’s 13 πŸ˜‰

  • Katie M. - you’re amazing! love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

  • Sharon - >>FireCracker did not like me taking the pipe clamps away. Obviously.

    Well, obviously, Mom, they’re *not* pipe clamps!…
    They’re bracelets! (obviously!)


  • Candace - I LOVE it! I also LOVE reading your blog! I bragged about you today on my weekly post! Keep up the amazing work!

  • Lisa Johnson - Another great project! Original, appealing, do-able. I want to go slice up some tree trunks!

  • Carolyn - I like how you think outside the square with projects…really fun and creative use of materials!
    The look on Firecracker’s face is priceless!! I often get that same look with my toddler…along with the word “Noooo!!” drives me insane πŸ™‚ and the sequence shots of your son are great too..he is so cute! you can definitely see his character shining through in the photographs.

  • Mary - I’m going to make this as soon as a find a place to put it! Or maybe the other way around…’re amazing Ashley.

  • giozi - wow, is a little difficult to me πŸ˜€

    Where did you put it?