Wednesday, October 14, 2009

One Bow, Two Bow, Purple Bow, Blue Bow!!!

Red Bow, Green Bow, Big Bow, Little Bow....

This one has polka dots.

This one has a feather on top!

Some have butterflies...some do not!

Some are very, very small. Some are not so small at all.

Oh say can you see this bow...not at all....

Some have one ribbon, some have more...

Like Halloween Bows.....(they have four!)

Even one with a little ghost!

Today is finished, today is done. Tomorrow brings another one!
I love Dr. Seuss!
I need some help with these pictures!
They are both amazing photographers, and well, my work does not compare! It was a good first try though...

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Your Questions Answered!

Your Questions answered:

Q: Why did you choose the name Lil' Sprouts?

In Proverbs 22:6 we are commanded to train up our children in the way they should go....After having a child I started pondering this verse. I have come to realize it does not mean train them when we have time or if we are feeling good or when we are not to busy or if our husbands would just do the laundry. No, we are commanded to "Train" them up. Not yell them up, not beat them up, and not ignore them up, but to train them up. When God gives them to us they are a little sprout, waiting to be trained in the direction they should go. We are to train them, spend time with them, teach them, encourage them, and prepare them. From birth they depend on us. Train them up in the Lord and when they are old they will not depart from it. They will remember the many hours of fun they had with momma learning to cook, folding the laundry, playing games, vacuuming the carpet. They will remember her calmness and firmness. They will remember seeing Jesus in her eyes. Every day with a child there are opportunities to train them and include them in what you are doing OR there are opportunities to push them aside because of the busyness of life. When will you have time? The kind of time it takes to train a child? They are just a Lil' Sprout!

Q: How can we order items?

You can email us at We are hoping by this weekend to have our etsy page up and ready. This will allow you to see all our products and to order online. Please keep posted for more details. Oh, and do not go snooping around etsy. They have lots of fabulous stuff....but we, "Lil Sprouts" need you!

Q: Who is your photographer?

Actually we have two.

Carissa Miller is responsible for all the amazing pictures of the little girls in Tutu's and the baby with the pacifier clip. She is really, really good and very, very affordable. We will definitely be using her again. She is amazing with young children and she really has an eye for photography. You can visit her blog at (very funny, real life, stories of a stay at home mom) or you can e-mail her at If you are in the Tulsa/Jenks area I would definitely recommend her for your Christmas pictures....better hurry!

Our other photography is my mother-in-law. She is the Proverbs 31 woman that you hope to be one day. Although she lives in Texas she helps us out as much as she can. You can visit her blog at (she does have six children). She is an amazing photographer and if you check her blog often enough you will find stories that bring tears to your eyes, it is so refreshing.

Q: How often can we expect new postings?

We are hoping to post several times a week. We will be sharing new products, stories, and who knows what else. This is totally new for us.

Friday, October 2, 2009

That's What Lil' Girls Dream Of!

Sugar and Spice and EVERYTHING nice….that is what Little Girls are made of! Bring on Halloween of 2009…Lil’ Sprouts is open and ready. See something you like? Email us at We have absolutely adorable costumes for little girls. You can get a full Halloween costume for your little princess for only $30. That includes a tutu, hair bow, and set of wings. The bows that you see in the pictures start at $3.Tutus start at $17.50. We are more than happy to make custom orders.

A special “Thank You” to my friend who is an all around amazing person not to mention photographer, Carissa Miller. Need pictures? She is the mother of three children under four, so kids are her thing. Check out her blog at or email her at

Look What We Have!