June has completely gotten away from me. It started with an impromptu and completely unexpected trip north to visit my parents and grandparents. I left on June 1st and came back the evening of June 7th. The next four days were spent unpacking, washing nearly everything item of clothing we own, and then re-packing for the (planned!) vacation in Oregon to see Gabe's grandmother and aunt and uncles. We got back from that on the evening of June 15th.
That's when I breathe a sigh of relief and life gets back to normal, right? After all, being out of town for 11 of 15 days is quite enough for one pregnant mother of two toddlers to handle.
I absolutely agree, only I wasn't thinking quite that clearly when I scheduled everything in June. So from the 16th until today, I raced around like a crazy woman, getting Lullaby Slings ready for a summer boutique sale at a local church. Man, it takes a lot of WORK to get a new business off the ground!!
It went beautifully. I had a great time (except for the 100 degree heat - not kidding - which my poor pregnant body wasn't too happy about) and made a new friend and passed out about fifty business cards and sold four slings.
Did you catch that part? I actually SOLD FOUR SLINGS!!!
I caught the entrepreneurial bug from my dad, and boy did this ever feed it. I may never recover. :)
Now that all the craziness of the last three weeks is over, I get to spend the next few
I don't think I mind, though. Because it was good to see family. And did I mention that I sold four slings? :)