Today’s spotted mom is Felicia Carter from the blog, Go Graham Go. Felicia is a Sentimental Mom.

I know that Felicia will get a kick out of this Instructional Baby Bouquet of pretty white gerbera daisies. I found a really funny book called Safe Baby Handling Tips by Kelly & David Sopp.  Each page is like a graphic international do and don’t sign for the correct way to feed, lift, calm, etc. a new baby.  I decorated a clear glass vase with a page from the book and scrapbooking materials that I picked up a local craft store.  The innocence and simple beauty of the daisies makes them the perfect compliment to this instructional vase.  This is a great idea for baby shower centerpieces too!

Q&A with Felicia Carter from Go Graham Go

What is the greatest lesson your mom has taught you?

My mother was wonderful about making sure I was the best person I could be.  No matter what it was that I did or accomplished, I knew that as long as I did it to the best of my ability that it was going to be great!

What’s one lesson you hope to pass on to your children?

I hope that my children can learn to respect everyone, including themselves.  I want them to value their own unique selves and strive to do the best they can in every situation.

What’s your favorite Mother’s Day memory?

My favorite Mother’s Day memory was my first Mother’s Day.  It also happened to be Graham’s first day at church (he was a month old).  Because God is such a strong foundation in my life, it was a wonderful way to celebrate my first Mother’s Day!  When we came home we planted a flower garden that still blooms every spring and reminds me of the gift that God has given me.

Check out Felicia’s blog Go Graham Go and follow her on Twitter – @gograhamgo

Felicia Carter, Go Graham Go – Sentimental Mom


Julie started her career in the floral industry over 30 years ago in a small, family-owned flower shop. From floral designer to author and lifestyle expert, her insight has been instrumental in developing the brand. Representing the company’s floral lifestyle vision, Julie has shared her talent and passion in numerous television appearances and national magazine features. She is an active fundraiser and longtime friend of IGHL, a group dedicated to facilitating a more independent life for developmentally challenged adults.

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