Sunday, April 03, 2011

The Ultimate Blog Party!

Ultimate Blog Party 2011

Hi! Welcome to my blog!
Increasingly Domestic is about my quest to increase my domesticity.
Duh! What did you think it was about? Bah ha ha!

Okay, so if you want to know some details, I blog about:
sewing, crafting, baking, natural cleaning, cloth diapering, decorating, painting, furniture refinishing, upcycling, parenting and life in general.

I am a little all over the place, but that's how I roll.

Take a look around and let me know if you see anything you like;)


Dimitra said...

Hello, I'm stopping by from UBP2011. You have a wonderful family and a nice blog! Lots of things to read about here:) Will be back!
Dimitra from

Unknown said...

Hi Amy ! I am also stopping by from the UBP :O) I love the idea of your blog and look forward to following !!! Our blog is brand new just launched on the 1st, definitely stop by and we would love to have you as a follower. Hope you are having a wonderful week !!!

Shell said...

My husband would probably love it if that were my goal- to become increasingly domestic.

Stopping by from the UBP!

Martine said...

Luuuuuuurve your blog! Especially the header--too cute! I wish mine were as funky, so I'm hoping I win a prize here on the UBP11 for a blog makeover!

I've been INCREASINGLY DOMESTIC myself, being a WAHM for almost a year now. As for me, my blog is all about the "finer things in a mom's life," nothing frivolous, mind you! I'm sure I'll pick up nuggets of wisdom here on your site, too.

I hope you'll follow me, too (I am your newest follower, as of this comment.)

Visit me here:
From there, you can connect on my Facebook and twitter, too!

life...just saying said...

Stay at home!

Anne said...

Hi Amy! I’m belatedly stopping by from the UBP. Nice to meet you!

I have two blogs, and I’d love for you to stop by when you get a minute. We're giving away a $100 Visa gift card at Giveaway Corner. Thanks! (A free giveaway every weekday) (Family blog)

The most important thing she’d learned over the years was that there was no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one."
~Jill Churchill