Wednesday, September 22, 2010

KCWC Day #2- First Day of FALL and FOOD!!!

Oh this is a crazy post full of a little of everything.
First of all, I am participating in Kids Clothes Week Challenge where you sew kids clothes for an hour each day.  Here is what I worked on yesterday:

Felt flowers onesie...also could be for any Gator fans out there.  

Same thing in fall or Virginia Tech colors.

Infant-Youth hat with white felt flowers

Today is also the first day of fall!  How exciting?  Except the fact that I totally have a sundress on.
I am completely inspired by these fall decorations.  I can't wait to go grab a few pumpkins and decorate them and hopefully decorate the front porch in time for Seth to get home...unfortunately I am not allowed to tell you when he's coming home for obvious safety reasons.  So pretty much I will just let you know when he is home.

Better Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens

Speaking of Seth coming home.  I am not the best cook in the world.  I love baking but cooking is not my forte.  Therefore, I need your help!  Since I will have to start cooking again when Seth gets home, I am on the hunt for some great, yummy, easy and healthy recipes.  If you have any would you care to share?  I bought a new cookbook that I am excited about so hopefully between your suggestions and my new cookbook, I can get a pretty big collection of yummy dinner ideas!  Thanks in advance :)

 Happy Fall Yall!


Rylie's Mama said...

LOVE the fall decoration ideas! Especially the front porch display =) I have tons of healthy recipe ideas. What do ya'll like? Soups, burgers, crockpot? The Cooking Light website and are great resources. P.S. My husband would love the VA Tech onsie for our daugther, he's from VA.

aehrhart said...

Oh, this post makes me wish I knew how to sew! Such precious stuff! As far as healthy, easy recipes go, I like this blog:
She's got some great, healthy stuff.
Also, Spark Recipes is a great resource:


sarah. said...

This southwestern lasagna is amazing and so easy! I shred a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store to save time. It's so yummy and it reheats pretty well the next day. Just had it for dinner last night actually!

Aubrey said...

Great sewing projects!!! And I love the fall pictures...inspiring! I LOVE to cook and have lots of good...easy recipes I can give ya! email me at what kinds of foods you're looking for! :)

Sarita said...

So my post is practically a follow up to yours! But check out the dinner recipes I tried - delicious! What cook book did you get?