|Fall is in the air! Apple Harvest Soap!|
|Soaps made in honor of Oregon's rival colleges: OSU and U of O|
|She's walking and finally got her first tooth at 15 months!|
|Stickering soaps for my big wholesale account!|
|Back to School!|
As a mom to 3 young kids, I have so many days when I feel as though I can't fit it all into a day. This summer, I focused on getting my kiddos out and busy. We had swim class, days at the pool, play dates, time at the park etc. I feel the need to get these Oregon kids out in the sun as much as possible, because once the rainy season hits, we are home bound a lot! As a result, so much of my soap making and business stuff was saved for the evening, so I was one exhausted Mama.
Now that Leo is in 2nd grade and Somerset is in preschool, we have fallen into a new routine, which frees up a little more day time for me. That means I can make soap during the day. I do as much prep work as I can with the baby around and then when it is time to make soap, I have the baby in the high chair for a snack. I have become exceptionally efficient!
Our baby girl is now walking! She is such a peach. She is my #1 marketing tool at the market too. When she is at my booth, she waves, smiles and says "hi" to all who cross her path.
I am now starting to plan for the upcoming Christmas season. I hope to add a few more dates too. For all who are local, here's where I will be selling:
November 7: Annual Mountain View Holiday Bazaar
17500 SW Farmington Road, Aloha OR 97078, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
November 14: Beaverton High School Bazaar, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m,
At Beaverton High School
November 21: Lake Oswego Farmer's Market Reunion, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Millennium Plaza Park
200 First StreetLake Oswego, OR 97034
December 5: Garden Home Recreation Center Bazaar
7475 SW Oleson Rd, Portland, OR 97223