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Little things I am knitting for our new arrival

knitting for a babyJoni and I are expecting our new arrival very soon and lots of you have been asking what I am knitting for our new baby. To be honest I only started knitting recently and so far I finished a hat and little socks. Time permits you might see here some baby pants and maybe even a jumper.

As for inspiration I have been mostly inspired by Pinterest (of course) and the book called "What to knit when you're expecting" that was a gift from my mum in-law (love the title of it!).You can learn how to knit baby knot hat by clicking here.And if you prefer to learn to knit socks then click here (although you might need to get your own measurements for the baby as their feet proportions are completely different to the kid's sizes).knitting baby socks

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA baby socksI hope I inspired you ;-)

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The Kennedy Space Centre and Cocoa Beach

Man on the moon snow globe from Kennedy Space CentreAnyone who knows me or anybody who reads this blog regularly are probably aware that I love love the seaside (or the beach). I don't have to have palms in it, but I certainly like some white sand dunes with a small amount of greenery in it. I like that, because it feels like unfinished canvas where I can imagine something colourful.

I also dream to go to space. In fact I share this dream with Joni. Maybe not exactly the same way, but this random dream of mine is the first thing that got me interested in Joni (in case I forgot to mention, he is an Aerospace Engineer). OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASo why am I talking about Cocoa beach and Kennedy Space Centre? What do those two have in common? Well...my two major dreams (to open a cafe and go to space) don't go together either, but I still have them and I know it sounds crazy, but I think I have them for a reason.

Same with the Kennedy Space Centre and Cocoa Beach, they sound random, but geographically close. They even share some history together! During 60's this beach town was populated by many people involved in America's space program. So basically this is where astronauts would come and rest when they are not in space! How amazing is that!Kennedy Space CentreDon't you think that this car tyre imprint on the sand looks a little bit like the foot steps found on the surface of the moon!?White sandLoved this Kennedy Space Centre star globe fountain with my reflection in it!Kennedy Space Centre Cocoa Beach Kennedy Space CentreCocoa Beach in the fog look sort of dreamy... Cocoa BeachI hope I got the attention of some of the cosmic dreamers (or seaside lovers) out there ;-)

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