05 March 2008

Banner

A huge thank-you to Mamallama for the gorgeous banner she designed for me—unsolicited and out of the goodness of her heart. I love it, and it's helping me to settle on a color palette.

Thank you, Mamallama!

29 comments:

Elle said...

It's perfect!

Jolene said...

I love it and it's absolutely perfect!!! Just perfect!

elderflowerpressee said...

Oh that is stunning!

Mamallama said...

*blush*

I am so glad you like it.

Momma Mary said...

This is AMAZING!!!!! I love it!

amber said...

that is so beautiful! and it seems like a perfect fit for you too.

:)

Jamie said...

I love it!

Not so little sister said...

I read here a lot but don't comment...I love the new look!

Ruta said...

oooh - I love it! As jolene said - it's perfect!

Rachel said...

Gorgeous! I am jealous.

tree town gal said...

brava. love it. well done, mamallama.

Megan said...

I agree with all of the above: perfect, stunning, and amazing.

mumof4 said...

wow -that is smashing!
Now I have 'seen' you too it really seems a good fit!!

Rev Dr Mom said...

I love it!

clara-runner said...

The banner took my breath away. It is absolutely perfect!

Mama Nabi said...

LOVE the new banner.

Julia said...

Gorgeous banner.
For some reason I couldn't see it in Firefox, but it's most certainly there in explorer.

halfmama said...

Looks great! Nicely done, mamallama. :)

BrooklynGirl said...

Gorgeous! (Per Julia's comment above, I'm using Firefox where it looks just great.)

jenn in Maine said...

Beautiful! I love the new banner...simple, elegant, and touches the heart.

Karly said...

Love the new banner. Perfection.

Giovanna said...

Love it! Totally jealous!

Anonymous said...

love the banner.
read the letter to Ri-man.
what does his pediatrician say?
is he the same way at school?

amanda
mom to Wren (age 5)

winecat said...

Exquisite!

Amy said...

Love it!

Amelie said...

beautiful!

Mary Ellen said...

Really nice banner!
I also just read the letter to Riley (which was beautifully done...) and I'm also wondering if Riley has the same sensitivities at school? I think the many people who suggested EI may have experience and expertise that I don't, but Riley's behavior doesn't strike me as that unusual for his age. Again, of course it wouldn't hurt to get him professionally evaluated and you may learn lots of valuable info and strategies, but I wouldn't be totally surprised if they concluded, "You just have a sensitive little guy."

Trenches of Mommyhood said...

Great blog makeover!

LCT said...

I saw it for the first time today and immediately thought, "it's perfect!"