First off–no, I don’t plan on calling him Ike;). However, this is a HUGE debate in our home. Richard says we’ll call him “Ike”…and I say “Isaac”. Just had to put that in the title to make him smile when he reads this in the morning:). After we got the kids put down tonight (remember it’s Tuesday…so our dinner with the Denton’s always puts us up a bit later!)…but as soon as they were asleep…I rocked out a few more outfits for the little guy! Now…off to hang with the hubby:)
I decided white onesies are a bit boring. SO…we added a little UMPH to our tops…(these are made by Circo and you can find them at Target…these were $6 for a pack of 5 fun designs…and I just added the quick applique:)
And “I” is for Isaac of course;)…
And just because I was tired of cutting out Africa’s and we need some boy action…
(If you make these at home—I suggest buying WonderUnder by Pellon. The easiest way to use WonderUnder is to simple cut out a square of WonderUnder and the same size fabric. Iron on the WonderUnder to your fabric–and then peel off the WonderUnder and THEN cut out your applique. Place your applique on your tshirt where you want it to go. Dampen a hankerchief and put on top of applique on shirt and iron for 15 seconds. You an zigzag stitch around the applique, but you don’t have to. I just like the way it looks and I’ll go back and zigzag stitch these later…maybe even after our trip:).
For all of the pants I used a SUPER simple pattern: Simplicity 2734 and you can buy it for $2.99 at JoAnn’s fabric stores. It covers simple pants–sizes 6 months to 4 years.
When I wake up in the morning…JUST TWO MORE DAYS!!! Are you getting excited?! I AM!