While I’d love to tell you guys that I’ve been busy sewing and have tons of new projects lined up for the blog, I sat down at my sewing machine for the first time in several weeks today. Instead of sewing or writing, I’ve soaked up this final pregnancy and have been basking in all the glory that is non-stop morning sickness for three months. Baby Boo is sixteen weeks old (gestational age) today and the morning sickness is improving ever so slowly. Which means that hopefully sewing will be back in full swing soon with new projects for you!
Today’s sewing adventure was a gift for my son’s speech pathologist. I haven’t talked about my son’s speech apraxia on the blog before, but he started speech therapy at the beginning of this year and we’ve seen him blossom and improve his speech SO much. He’ll get a new pathologist when he starts school in the fall, but we wanted to show our appreciation for all that our current pathologist has done for him.
My son loves superheroes and his teacher has been kind enough to include them in his therapy. He can say almost all their names clearly now which is huge! I of course included him in the gift for his pathologist and he went the superhero route! He picked out the super cool Avenger’s cup and we used my sewing machine to make a cozy (complete with superhero cape!) for the cup.
I hope you enjoy our fun little project, what gifts have you given your children’s teachers?