Babiekins Magazine, Poetry & Words

WRITING & WORDS :: My Story “Little Miss Green Thumb”, Published in the Spring 2012 Issue of Babiekins Magazine

Have you read the gorgeous spring edition of Babiekins Magazine?  I definitely squealed when I saw the fantastic illustrations Rosy Designs did for my story “Little Miss Green Thumb”!

Little Miss Green Thumb - Illustrations by Rosy Designs - Story by Gina Munsey - Babiekins Magazine Issue 8 Page 151

Little Miss Green Thumb - Illustrations by Rosy Designs - Story by Gina Munsey - Babiekins Magazine Issue 8 Page 153

Thank you, Babiekins Magazine! It’s thrilling to see my name under the “Writers” heading. I’m ecstatic for what this year will bring. (Have you heard, readers? The Fall issue will be in print, like, IN BOOKSTORES!

So, so exciting.)

To read my story, which is located on pages 151-154, go to Babiekins Magazine, click on “Table of Contents” in the upper left hand corner, then click on “Little Miss Green Thumb” in the fourth column.

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Christmas, Poetry & Words

Published in Babiekins Magazine!

Christmas Underwraps by Gina Munsey Illustrated by Munieca in Babiekins Magazine Issue 7

November started off with a bang — getting published in Babiekins Magazine! I couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of such an amazing issue. Perhaps you’ve heard of them? The blog was recently named to Babble.com’s Top 50 Best Design Blogs for Moms, in the fashion category.

The newest issue is full of wintery goodness. My story, which is on pages 221-224, (Click on Table of Contents, then choose “Christmas Underwraps” from the third column) was delightfully illustrated by the talented Andrea Sardo of Munieca.

I hope you’ll check out this issue — it’s so fun!

November Photo a Day - Monthly Photography Challenge - Pear

Another fun thing this November — the Monthly Photo Challenge is in full swing again! Here’s the full list of November’s photography topics so you can jump in. During the last two challenges — June and August — I only managed 16 and 22 pictures. So maybe the third time’s a charm?