Thank you for stopping by! I’m Alycia, a 30-something crafter and new mom trying to figure it all out, living in beautiful Colorado with my husband, our son, and two dogs. I’m big into crochet and knitting so yea, I kinda love yarn.
If you’re here, you probably found my blog because:
- you clicked on one of my crochet projects or tutorials (for more, click here!)
- you are about to go through or already went through a fertility treatment or three (for more, click here!)
- a pretty cool person linked to me
Either way, welcome!
Habitual Homebody started in 2013 after having made the move from Blogger to WordPress (I previously ran the blog, The Curious Pug). This blog is a place for me to write about motherhood, crafts, and whatever else the heck I want…but more specifically, things I find inspiring, creative, fun, pretty, or delicious.
I originally started blogging in 2010 when I had an Etsy shop and wanted to keep a blog to go along with it. But it has since morphed into something much bigger than that as I found a love for writing, connecting with like-minded people, and sharing crafty inspiration with others.
So what’s there to do around here?
Be sure to check out my favorite new mom posts:
Lessons learned during my baby’s first year, 8 products I really dig as a new mom, Places to send birth announcements to, My favorite newborn must haves (and must-nots), Cool feeding tools for babies starting solids,
You might also enjoy my favorite blog series, Bookmark Dump, where I curate a list of my favorite internet finds each Friday. I also have a few free crochet patterns and a series of video tutorials for teaching yourself how to crochet. And I’m also a huge fan of subscription boxes so I gathered a huge list of them, which is always growing. It’s also my most popular post here!
Thank you for visiting. I hope you’ll browse around until it’s not fun anymore.
I make baby things!
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Questions, comments, wanna say hi? Contact me here.
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