Feature Friday (Tales of the Scotts)

I have this weird thing where I can't just wash one hand. When would you ever do that, you might ask? When you have a little one you're always holding! I'll wash the free one and then have to wet the other one. It gives me the eeby jeebs not to!

I've always wanted to be an archaeologist. The thought of digging up old treasures from hundreds of years ago excites me!

It wasn't until a few years ago that I learned the true name of Cracker Barrel. I always thought it was Crackle Barrel. For years, that's what I called it.

In college, I spoke and read Spanish almost fluently. And then I gave it up. Learning it again is on my bucket list.

I really love to color. You'd think I'd color all the time but my son doesn't like too. Boo. I won a coloring contest when I was about 9 years old.

I started my blog as a way to document the life of my family and young son. Then several months later, I found crafting! Now Tales of the Scotts is a great blend of family life and my love of all things crafty!

Eva Gets Her Groove Back

Pumpkin Turned Frosty the Snowman

Hosea's Felt Car Mat

My A-ha Moment

Baby Love #1
Baby Love #2


I love looking at other blogs and all the wonderful ideas out there. I started a Monday post almost two years ago where I feature fun stuff from around the web. That's one of my favorite features!

How/Why did you start blogging?

I started blogging to document my family life.

Has your reason for blogging changed? If so, why?

My reason hasn't changed so much as it has evolved. It's now a blog documenting my family and love of crafting. Most of my crafts pertain to my family and home.


Would you like to see your blog featured here? I'll be doing a "Feature Friday" post, featuring one blogger & their blog on Fridays throughout 2012. If you have a blog that you'd like to see featured, please send me an email to raisingmemories at gmail dot com to submit your blog.

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