If you think you are patient, have a child. A teething baby will make sure you rediscover what perseverance really is. I’m even starting to think that all the pain and crankiness involved might be the root of why some cultures around the world celebrate a baby’s first tooth. The moment I saw Carl’s first tooth pushing through his baby gum line I was both ecstatic (every parent celebrates their child’s milestone as if no one has ever achieved anything similar and family WhatsApp groups are flooded with photos and heart emogis) and relieved (it meant that his fussiness was more than justified and it wasn’t just a grumpy personality in the making!) Continue reading “DIY 1st Tooth Celebration”
No we are not twins. We got asked this question a lot this year ….though we do have undistinguishable souls and enjoy the same passion that just one year ago we decided to share on this blog. And just like any defining point in the calendar, you start to reflect on the whats and ifs and hows. We started counting our blessings and setting up resolutions for the year to come. Reminiscing on our first posts we realized that the best part of blogging, besides meeting new people, discovering artists and brands and everything that comes with it, is that we actually get to create something. Every week. We get to create something to inspire others to make something too. We just create to create. We create a lot to learn a bit about ourselves.
To the many or the few that are following and catching up with our blog: Thank You! Your feedback and constant support does make a difference and gives the Create to Create notion a whole lot of sense. And to the many who also wondered why it is called Sunset de Amor, simply put: we love the magic of Sunsets that are never short on beauty, no matter where you are watching them from, and Amor is what we hope every sunset of our lives would be made of.