diary of a mama: jam drops + doilies
In this photographic series “diary of a mama” I want to simply share inspiration and captures from my days with my children. Honouring the sacred work of homemaking and child caring. You’ve all heard the saying, “a picture speaks a thousand words”. My intention is for these images to fill your soul with nourishment and a deep knowing that the work you do in your home + raising your children is sacred.
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Hi I’m Natalie,
I hope to spark your creativity, and inspire you to bring beauty & magic into childhood.
When I'm not creating new projects for our Sewing Circle community or making another Waldorf doll, I love to help other women get their creative dreams out into the world. You can learn more about my mentoring here.
I love jam drops! and actually I love all of your pictures – they are beautiful x
stunning snippets of your week! i literally took a gasp as i scrolled through each one! that mango ice-cream sounds divine. Enjoy your week x
Look at those two happy little girls:) And that mango icecream sounds yummy, the mangoes taste so good at the moment. Your photos are all so beautiful Natalie. Wishing you a beautiful week. xxx
P.S. Thank you for your kind words on my last post. xx
I love how your baby sets the table! So beautiful. Your kitchen looks such a warm and inviting place to be. Perhaps thats why such delicious things come out of it. Your home just looks filled with light and beautiful loving energy. Hope your week is beautiful 🙂 x
Beautiful pictures : )
Have a great week xx
Beautiful photos. Your girls are gorgeous. And homemade Mango icecream, yummy! I love the snapshot of the corner of your kitchen, lovely light.
So peaceful… Have I ever told you that you have my dream kitchen? Swoon.
I love your sweet snaps. Your Kitchen look like such a lovely place and your girls are just adorable.
beautiful pics, love your daughters clothes. If only i had time to sew these days, my little ones look the same ages as yours. Busy days these are 😉
I have had one of those mattresses on the wish list forever. Beautiful photos. X
Gorgeous images and what a beautiful home you have.
Jam drops. One of the nicest things to make with little ones, and one of the nicest things to eat. We haven't made them for ages! P.S. I love your duck egg kitchen tiles. x
Second photo down – gorgeous! Milly is looking like her own little person all of a sudden. Wool mattress is on my wishlist but I doubt we will ever be able to afford it. That ice cream looks delicious – I need to put ice cream maker on my birthday list for next year… x
totally beautiful, as always 🙂
I think i need to visit your kitchen Natalie, for food, inspiration and.. um… food. Oh and your windows 🙂
I must be aging on first glance I was admiring the baking (mmm food) then I fell in love with your wooden bench tops!! I'm such a MUM!!
Visiting from the beetle shack <3
such beautiful babes. i love your kitchen. i had been meaning to mention this from a previous post. gorgeous. xo
Such sweet photos.. And your windows… I die x
Just discovered your sweet blog.
Your photos are lovely.
Jam drops, I havent baked them for some time. I'll add them to my list.