a very snuggly sleep sack,
Everyday Grace note cards,
and Sara Groves new Christmas CD.
My friend, Paula, is multi-talented.
She cooks. She sews. She raises 2 children. All the while partnering with
her husband, Glen, in their student ministry on Stanford campus.
Paula is one of those friends that brings by chocolate when the days
are long and hard and prays for me.
And there is just no way to top that in a friendship.
When I had Addison, who weighed in at 9 lbs. 12 oz, 5 days early.
She whipped me up a Mei-Tai. (Not a stiff drink though that may have been helpful...)
But a really neat asian style baby carrier that supports babies and toddlers
weighing up to 50 lbs. I could actually carry Addie in without hunching over
like Quasi Moto trying to support his weight.
My large headed children always grew out of their baby bjorns by 3 months.
Paula also makes really snuggly sleep sacks out of fleece.
These keep your baby safe and snuggled up without you ever having to worry
about their blanket falling off of them in the dead of night
or being flung up over their face,
thoughts of which can send an anxious mother into hysteria.
(Maybe that was only me who would wake up every 3.7 minutes to check and see
that my kids were still breathing.)
Paula is giving away a really fun california dreamin' style sleep sack.
So even if your baby is in Minnesota or your niece or nephew is tucked
away in a cottage in Northern Maine...they will be feeling california cozy
as they slumber the night away, toasty warm and worry free.
Check out Paula's mai tei desgin and come back here to the comments
and tell me your favorite fabric pick ...I'm going with puppies and hydrants...
maybe it's because I have boys.
Comments close December 1. Winner announced December 2.