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don’t be a basic witch

I'm keeping it short and sweet this week - I often crack my own shit up, which exactly what lead to this blog post.  The kids thought my 'Don't Be A Basic Witch' pumpkin was pretty cool so what started as a coloring page based on this design, quickly became the baddest witch around.  Download … Continue reading "don’t be a basic witch"

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googly eyed pumpkins: pumpkin decorating tips

I know it makes me a little bit basic, but I friggin’ love pumpkins. I’m not afraid to say it – I love them in all sizes, shapes, and colors. The only thing I like more than the pumpkins themselves is the visit to the pumpkin patch to pick them out. I have literally been … Continue reading "googly eyed pumpkins: pumpkin decorating tips"

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our 5 favorite books…this week anyway…

The one thing that is pretty much a certain in our house regardless of what kind of mayhem has riddled the day, is reading a book before bed. The girls love it, as so do I because who doesn’t need a little ridiculous light reading on the daily. Kid books are like anything though, they … Continue reading "our 5 favorite books…this week anyway…"

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fun (and safe) finger painting with toddlers

The key to taming the chaos in our house is keeping the kids occupied…or at least focused on something of my choosing. With two 2 year-olds running around there’s not always a lot of time for preparation though, which is why I love projects that are easy to do on the fly and have a … Continue reading "finger painting with very littles"

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scout & indiana: the who, the what, and the why

hey you guuuuuuuuys!!! If you’re reading this, it means that you follow Scout & Indiana enough to want to read our blog, and that’s rad – thank you! So let me introduce myself – my name is Emily and I’m a lot of things – medical illustrator, creative, military wife, mother, and mostly, a kid … Continue reading "the who, the what, and the why"

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