May meant packing for us! The shelves started emptying, the boxes started filling. But with school still in full swing and soccer season in session there was still a lot of non-moving things happening in the Mosby house.
My May Instagram looked liked this:
Field trip to the Perot Museum in Dallas chaperoning my son’s 3rd grade:
My sweet girl finished a very successful and fun soccer season with her Darlin’ Daisies:
Teacher Appreciation week:
No matter how busy I am, play time with Stella always comes first:
And a little break on Memorial Day yielded this family picture at the DMA and another one with only us girls:
Of course the older kids still needed to play with friends & at sunset at the park:
And then there was the daily countdown to Germany picture, of course: Days 30 through 11
Now it’s time to get serious. With only nine days until departure there is still more work than time left!
April has been the most eventful & exciting month since I started blogging in September of 2013 but interestingly enough I only found two opportunities to blog in April. I have not giving my sewing machine a rest for more than 24 hours at a time but finding the time to photograph and write about what goes on around here has been hard. I am sure May won’t be any different. After all, in less than 40 days we will have to have sold everything that we are not taking with us to our new home in Germany. All four suitcases and another for carry-ons will have to be packed and ready to go. The boxes for storage containing memorabilia – mostly kid’s trophies & medals, art work, photo albums and video tapes etc. have to packed and labeled.
But first, let me take a moment to recap via Instagram pictures all that the Mosbys have been up to in April.
Packing has commenced! And no end in sight…
Fabric shopping & spring sewing has happened – a lot!
Had lots of Oprah & chai both at home and at Starbucks. Oh so good – especially together!!
Done some spring shopping at Old Navy with my sidekick and aspiring mannequin. And of course, stopped & smelled the flowers at Trader Joe’s!
Thanks for stopping by! Let’s go MAY!!
March was kind of a calm before the storm kinda month. We were all a little under the weather in the first two weeks and got into gear only slowly. Soccer games were cancelled due to weather and spring break. Other than a birthday party here and there the month went by without any major news to report. Nevertheless, March deserves a farewell via Instagram just like February:
My little bug is a year and a half!
Having fun keeping it low-key this spring break.
Can you say ” Happy Birthday! “
Birthday gift set: Hello Kitty skirt & tote!
Gave away five fabric scrap bundles to some crafty kids via Facebook.
Everybody wants to snuggle up with this quilt now!
I sewed yet another YaseminTea skirt for Seda’s soccer buddy.
Have you noticed too that a lot of people have migrated from Facebook to Instagram? Instagram is more personal and brief. Just the way I like it. No lengthy status updates, no news or other suggested pages I might like… instead pretty pictures with short captions that help me stay in touch with friends and a handful of or so other blogs that I enjoy following. Although the other day I ‘unfollowed’ two bloggers that were writing short story-like posts and posting several times a day! No, thank you! I wasn’t looking for another Facebook! Let’s keep it simple friends. Oh, by the way, you can find me as mosbyfamily on Instagram! 🙂 Here’s what I’ve posted there in February – an insta-recap if you will:
The bargain of the month! I paid 50 cents for this gorgeous remnant at Wal-Mart! Score!!
I turned it into this springy, rainbow skirt for my big girl!
and still had left-over for a tiered skirt for my baby girl!
We played lots of Basketball.
And brought home the GOLD!
This one has gotten all decked out for spring soccer.
We celebrated a dear friend’s daughters birthday with a signature Yasemin Tea skirt-set!
I’ve started this quilt top for Stella (coral & cream pinwheels!).
Of course there was Valentine’s Day. And love was all around.
At home with sweet Stella. And…
…lots of love in the classroom.
I had a chance to spread my love for sewing by teaching Katy how to use a sewing machine!
I think I am going to do this insta-recap-thing every month! Hope you enjoy,