the random musings of a prolific quilter
I am waiting for the day mine are more embarrassed about being on the blog rather than thrilled. Sure it is coming soon as I have to walk five steps behind Helen when there are people we know around now.
You are going to be in so much trouble if she see this... LOL... at least she didn't have her mouth open.
I wish I had taken more shots of my now grown children when they were sleeping or unaware I was there. Life before digital cameras always made taking a picture a bigger deal for the photographically challenged like me. I think it's lovely that she still sleeps under the same quilt.My baby graduates from college next week. The teenage years go by in the blink of an eye. Enjoy them, as dreadful as they seem somedays.
What a beautiful sleeping angel.My girls all love the front and the back of your diva's quilt!! Lots of love in that quilt -- she'll probably take it to college with her.
the risk is worth it..she is as cute a button...xx
Mean mummy! I can't wait for mine to be old enough to torment (they just don't 'get it' yet, so it's no fun!).
Cute picture! I enjoyed your post -- thanks for sharing your stories!
ahhh...the life of a teenager. I wouldn' want to go back to high school again, but I wouldn't mind having that kind of free time again!Love the top in your last post, too!
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