To be honest, I found it quite a challenge.
When I write on my own blog, I assume the people who are going to read it already know a bit about me. I'm talking about you. You know that I adore being a mother but that sometimes it drives me insane, you know that I would rather sew than do housework, you know that a lot of the time I am happy but that sometimes I struggle and that most of the time I make it up as I go along.
But Candace lives in another country. Her readers have never heard about Daylesford Organics or Foxs Lane. What ever I wrote in my guest blog post is all they know about me.
On one hand it really doesn't matter.
But on the other hand I want my blogutation to be truthful. I wanted to portray an honest picture of what motherhood means to me.
All in one post.
So click on over to Candace's blog if you like and see what you think.
The mini tree dress and fancy undy bundies pictured are a present for a baby born a week ago. A baby I had no idea about because my phone had died and I didn't receive the text.
Thanks heaps Andi for leaving that comment and letting me know.
I have since put my sim card in Bren's ancient Nokia until my replacement iphone arrives.
The dress and bloomers were made from vintage sheets and I screen printed the tree back here, I used op shopped bias binding and button and crocheted ric rac.
I hope you have the greatest weekend.
If part of your weekend involves Mothers' Day, I hope it is fabulous.
We are postponing Mothers' Day until next month. In June it will be quieter here on the farm and I will be able to have a whole weekend dedicated to the celebration of me. Yay! I can hardly wait!