Archive for “October, 2013”

Welcome Baby Ezra!

Welcome baby Ezra! Born on Oct. 21 at 5:10pm weighing in at 6 lb 12 oz and 19.5 inches long! We couldn’t be happier!

So, if you don’t hear from me for a while, you’ll know why.








Marvelous Things to Make by Muffin!

It’s time for another freebie over on the blog for Petite Lemon! This time it’s these super fun Halloween Masks. You can download them over here! These would make great last minute costume ideas! There are three masks available, a fox mask, a kitty cat bandit mask and an owl mask. Just add string or a stick and you’ve got an easy Halloween costume!


Plus they come in two different sizes, adult and kid! Happy Halloween friends!


New Growth Chart & Onesies at PetiteLemon

There’s a new growth chart available for purchase on! Her name is Lily June and she’s a mermaid! Don’t you think every little girl deserves some color and imagination in their rooms? I know my daughter Charlotte does, and this is the one she’s chosen just for her! In fact, I’m ordering the blonde haired mermaid for her soon. Especially since we just redecorated the nursery. I’ll make sure to post pictures soon of the finished room.



I plan on ordering one of these onesies for the new baby when he’s born, hopefully in the next 2 weeks! I’m so ready!




You can purchase the icons baby onesie here and the adorable giraffe onesie here.

Free downloads with Petite Lemon!

I just had to share with you a few freebies that I’ve recently done for Petite Lemon!

The first being these adorable Circus Embroidery Rings.


They are super easy to make and can be done in an afternoon with your little one.

And the second freebie is this fun coloring page for your little one. Go here to download the file!



There’s a lot more of these freebies to come, so stay posted on the Petite Lemon Blog, where you’ll find lots of inspiration for your nursery!

Maternity and Family Photo Shoot


I recently told you about a t-shirt that I designed for Team Kelli, a beautiful woman and mother of three, fighting brain cancer. Her incredibly sweet sister, Lori, who also happens to be a great photographer, asked me to design this t-shirt a few months ago. In exchange, I asked if she wouldn’t mind taking some Maternity/Family Photos of me and my family and she happily agreed.

I think they all turned out so great! I couldn’t be happier! Thank you Lori for taking these for us! I feel so blessed and ever so loved! And we are getting especially excited to meet this little guy in 3 weeks or less! Crazy to think about, but we are so ready!

Just click on the image to make it bigger…








And this one just melts my heart! Oh how I love these two!


Thank you so much Lori for taking these for us! You are incredible!




Fight for Brain Cancer with Kelli!

A few months ago, Lori Romney, an amazing photographer, contacted me about designing a t-shirt for her sister, Kelli, who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. Of course, I said yes! Lori was so sweet, and I’m sure that her sister is just as sweet, especially with the great attitude she has. Here is what Lori said about her sister.



Photo Credit: Lori Romney Photography


‘ “Kelli Thurgood was diagnosed with Astrocytoma Grade 3 brain cancer in February of 2013 and has been an inspiration to everyone around her ever since. She had surgery to remove her tumor and almost immediately after waking up AND finding out she had cancer she posted this to all her family and friends waiting on the news: “I’m awake and feeling really good!! Surgery went great!! Tumor is cancerous which totally sucks, but don’t panic because I’m NOT going to die and I WILL fight this thing. We won’t know what kind of cancer and all those details for a little while, but I’ll keep you posted. Keep the faith, guys!! God is good!!” ‘

Kelli and her family aren’t even going to keep any of the money raised from selling these shirts, instead, all money raised is going to charity, other cancer patients, and cancer research! That’s pretty awesome don’t you think!

This is the design that I did. What a great cause to support.