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January 07, 2013


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I don't do anything like this, but I think that's the reason it made me so happy. Such a cool idea.

My daughter's name is Lucy, so we already have a decent stash of Peanuts gear, I Love Lucy stuff, and some Beatles (Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds) stuff, too, so I feel ya. She's only 3, but it's fun for me! Love your pics!

My daughter's name is Zoe and I have done the same with jewelry and recently stumbled across some cool olive oil tins. I'm heading to etsy right now!
Thanks for the great ideas! (& for everything else you've EVER written)

Do you have any idea how many books, pictures, shirts, etc that Reagan has stuffed in her room? There is even a black and white 8X10 glossy on her wall. I collect Lucy Burns stuff for Lucy too. Avery is a bit harder but my neighbor insists I can just give her a box of name tags and labels.

This is how we become those crazy old ladies with houses full of weird stuff. I like it :)

I became obsessed with finding a book with my kids' names in the title. My son's name is easy---though he won't want to read that until college (if ever). My two girls though took me a little time but I found one of each. The oldest's is awesome and I love, love, love it. The middle's story is a little weak but b/c of the number of times I find the book next to her bed, I know it's a winner in her mind.

Love those pretzel tins! My sister's last name begins with Q and they look for neat things with their name on it too.

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