Things have been so super busy over here lately, and quite honestly, I’m just doing what I can to breathe.
Like everyone, I’ve got a to-do list 100 miles long.
I have what feels like a million people tugging at my sleeve, asking me for a minute here or a quick favor there.
So I’ve been harnessing my inner yogi and trying to find my zen on a daily basis, despite the constant push to rush, rush, rush and go, go, go that’s continually buzzing during the holiday season.
I’m saying ‘No’ more, and it feels good.
I’m taking items off of my to-do list–without even doing them. I’m just taking them off.
I’m crazy like that.
Admittedly, I do have a little something super-cool up my sleeve which I can’t wait to share, but I’ll get to it. Promise. I’ll share soon.
And though I have about two dozen blog posts in draft form–I haven’t had the time to actually finish them. But I will.
Today, though, I’m psyched to share a proud mama moment with you.
I’ve got two new videos to share, but I’m not in either. Instead, it’s Maddy, Owen, and Cora who spent a chunk of time in front of the camera this summer when we visited the Klutz studio in NYC.
My kids worked hard.
The great folks at Klutz worked hard.
The amazing cameramen from Scholastic worked hard.
And we all had a blast.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Proud Mama Moment: Two New Videos (Starring My Kids!) —
Watch them, and let me know what you think!
Starring Maddy: (Maddy’s was for Design & Dye set)
Starring Cora and Owen: (Cora and Owen’s was for Gotchya Gadgets.)
Well? What do you think? We’d love to hear it!
Here are a few more pictures from our filming experience:
Do you want to sneak a peek at our Klutz blogger event this month? It was so fun, and you’ll I’m sure see some familiar faces! (And you’ll see the Klutz studio in NYC!)
Check it out:
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fyi: This post was written as part of a partnership with Klutz, but as always, my opinions are all my own, influenced only by my personal experience as a parent and educator–and, of course, my three little crafty-crafters.
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