Not Your Granny’s Afghan

I’m always reaching for a cozy throw to toss on my lap during a movie or while lounging around with a good book. Of  course the softer and plusher the throw the better! I love the throws my Grandmother knit; however, they are all a bit scratchy and itchy. A result, I believe, of the times and a lack of variety of yarns that we now have to choose from. I decided to retire my Oma’s afghan  (not to worry it’s just on the end of my guest room bed  –  not in the trash) and knit up a version of my own using today’s luscious, cloud like yarns.Continue Reading

Oh Baby!

Blue is for...BOY!!!
Blue is for...BOY!!!
Sooooo….the Kelley family received some very exciting news recently and I’ve been dying to share it with you all. Continue Reading


Almost too pretty for spit up!
About ten years ago I was on Oprah and she surprised me with videos from my good friends ( and co-stars at the time) T.R Knight and Justin Chambers. I loved every second of both videos but was slightly embarrassed by Justin telling millions of viewers that I could burp like a truck driver. The truth is…I can.Continue Reading

Happiest Baby On The Block

When Adalaide, my youngest, was a new born I read the book The Happiest Baby on the Block by Dr. Harvey Karp. A friend had recommended it when I told her that I was struggling to sooth the baby during crying fits. Adalaide was my first experience with a new born and I had no idea how to comfort her when she was inconsolable. Naleigh came to us at 10 months old and was already past the crying fits and sleeplessness. Dr. Karp’s Calming reflex and the five S’s were the greatest gift I received as the mother of a new born. His method worked like a charm and I suddenly had a calm, content and peaceful baby! I cannot recommend his book enough and will be forever grateful for the information and knowledge he bestowed upon me! Continue Reading

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