A little this-n-that tuesday today.
Evelyn LOVES to help and when I remember that little fact it comes in handy.
Lots of little jobs have become “My Do!” jobs, like putting in the new bag for the diaper garbage. She can do it all by herself as of today … she is pretty excited about not needing any help at all anymore.
I am sort of dreading the day this sweatshirt no longer fits. He’s been wearing it so long now that I will miss it.
Little girl … long driveway.
The “baby chicks” are getting better at making their way through that little door.
The kids however, are not really getting any better at their fear of them.
Neither is their Mother. I am surprised I got this shot while simultaneously gasping for air and running to rescue my girl.
We might all learn to love them … stranger things have happened.
We aren’t exactly sure why some of the new chicks are more black & some more white… our best guess is that one is a boy and one is a girl.
Time will tell … or a google search. Likely time will be our option since it requires less effort.
He likes rocks.
And Mom likes it when she gets a cool shot.
I put up 9 pints of pizza sauce last night. 9 isn’t really that impressive, but I still love the look of shiny jars of food.
From the stitching room.
Another baby quilt.
This is what happens when you don’t put your last baby quilt stuff away and another one is needed. Quilt Martha looks a lot like Quilt Katherine did.
This one got a bag though. It took two attempts on that bag but Evelyn was the recipient of a new book bag out of the deal with the defective one. It was a big hit. Such a big hit that the next day I made three more book bags.
Seems that my obsession with making tote bags and the kids’ love of books have found a happy place where they can live together in harmony.
You may have noticed the cute pumpkin shirts the kids were wearing in their fall photos. I made them late one night with nothing but an image in my head. They are pretty fun I think.