Bonnet | Doll | Print | Leggings | Shoes | Cushion | Dress | Cardigan | Announcement | Onesie | Sheets
Apologies for my absence here on the blog, I seem to have lost my blogging mojo – being a bit momentarily homeless will do that I suppose (especially as the crazy nesting pregnant lady!) I’m still trying to find my She Sows Seeds feet in our new/old landscape here in Gippsland so please bear with me as I do!
Over on my Instagram account (you can find me @emmasteendam) I have been sharing a little series I like to call ‘pink versus blue’ where I share a similar item (could be clothing, nursery decor, toys, general baby gear etc) of a pink variety and of a blue variety. As we’re not finding out the sex of our baby I have been steering clear of anything overtly feminine/masculine, but oh the beautiful little lacy floral girly things I find! Or the handsome little sweets for baby boys! We have seven nieces…and one nephew. So little boys things do get me rather excited, but anyone who knows me knows I’m quite girly and partial to a fair dose of pinky princesses-ness. I know lots of mums with just girls (my sister has three, my sister-in-law two, my good friend Ange three) who say if they see another pink anything they might just vomit, but I’m pretty sure I won’t be that mother if our Blueberry is of the feminine variety.
Sweet dolls, floral Liberty prints, lacy bonnets, ponies and wee little Mary Janes are where it’s at…if indeed I am growing a baby girl.
i die! those things are so sweet!! i’m due in may and we haven’t found the sex out either. but that doesn’t stop me from looking at pretty girly things 🙂
Alli @ Ducks on the dam says
Gorgeous collection Em. As a mummy of two girls I was the anti pink first time round,…. so was in desparate need of some for her little sister!
My mum makes Waldorf inspired dolls which are really lovely and she puts a lot of time and effort into them, they are handmade and use natural materials- sheep wool stuffing which she felts into shape for the head and body ect, and mohair which she crochets, weaves and fashions for the hair and cut outfits for them to wear. You should check them out on her blog http://theskippinggirl.blogspot.com.au/ 🙂 Love your blog!
Anne Merton says
With a garden that I am sure needs some TLC and a house to nest I am sure you have plenty of seeds to share. If nothing else things like these seed ideas are great to see. I know it is hard to get back in when inspiration has fled or seems it has. These are gorgeous little girl things.
Oooo. With one little girl very into pink and another one coming you’d think I’d be over it… but no… there are still certain pink things that make me go ooo. I love the liberty pillow and the bonnet is just gorgeous!
IF you lived in Sydney, there is the most ridiculously beautiful and expensive shop in Double Bay called Adrienne and Misses Bonney………………..it’s been there since my mum went to school and is serious eye candy. I think I’ve only ever been able to afford to buy a grosgrain hair clip!!!!
ba-gerk! Cluck Cluck Cluck. Oh so sweet little precious things there, Emma. So glad I get to cluck over your bubby. xx