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A First Birthday gift for a Godson

Well, Shepherd turned one on Tuesday - and we are celebrating today with a super cute birthday party!  So what's a godmother to get her godson for his birthday?  Figured I'd share in case others are looking for something to get your super cute god-baby!

Well, I was reading Carrots a few weeks ago and got a brilliant idea from Haley.  So I made this for baby Shep!


It's a homemade canvas bag (complete with his name) to take to Mass filled with the following fun items for great Mass attention for little ones ... hopefully!
A Children's Wooden Rosary
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Faith with Letters
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Great to read at Mass!
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Loving the St Joseph Board Books
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Children's Bible I got in a stack
of free books a long time ago.
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And this one for his mum mostly - but I love
everything KK writes - so I think D will
really love reading this to Baby Shep
(and future siblings)!
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All in a special bag to carry them along to Mass each week!  Happy First Birthday Shepherd!!!

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