Can’t believe it’s almost October?! 👻 Where has the time gone?! We love to be out and about when the weather is beautiful in the Summer... but what to do in the Winter in Vancouver?! What are some of your favourite Fall and Winter activities? ❄️🍂
Well, that escalated quickly... The coolness is allowing for the white fluffy bunny tail flakes to cling desperately to every living piece of foliage left in the world. The poor, shocked trees are swaying and cracking under the cloying weight of the wet snow. It all seems a little too enthusiastic for my liking 😒But still, I will forever be in my flip flops 👣 #wherethebleepdidfallgo ?
Tiny baby mittens made with a leftover bit of baby alpaca wool I had kicking around. Knit so that they are very dense and warm everywhere but the cuff. I added the white wool embroidery because I was so inspired by @mouseinthehouseshop woolen goods (which I totally cannot afford but I 😍 from afar on the regular). When I finished making these my husband said they were the cutest thing he's ever seen (because he hadn't seen our unborn baby yet, duh!) ✨. I really love them and will be warming her chubby little hands in them all winter long. Once again- no pattern for these guys. Just winged it based on what I'd gleaned from adult mitten making and a glance at the @purlsoho infant mittens pattern online.. . . #knit#knitting#knittersofinstagram#knitted#knitspo#knitaddict#babyknits#babymittens#mouseinthehouse#yarn#wool#handmade#canadianwinter#slowart#simplejoys#knitagram#knitwear
@lennylamb Bear Rompers are just the thing for fall and winter outings. They are thin enough to wear in a carseat and kept my baby plenty warm last year during our cold Alberta winter (we did not spend hours outside). We already have ours for this year! Get yours now at https://www.carrymemommy.ca/products/lenny-lamb-bear-romper #lennylamb#bearromper#babywearing#winterwear#fleece#gpab#canadianwinter#staywarm
...at two, on our farm in St. Front, Saskatchewan. Why didn't they put warmer clothes on me or were they spending their hard earned money on feeding me? (...this photo seems to speak to my future as a teacher!)