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Here is my little girl all grown up. Savannah
got some make up tuesday while at Sylvan.
Something I am sure she had her eye on since she started going there.
I am sure I will have to find an aunt or someone who
wears makeup to teach my girls how less is more.
I have never worn any
in my entire life so I would not begin
to know how to teach them.

Here is my 2 year old who acts like she is going on 16
posing for the camera. She is no longer my
little Ruby. She has decided she wants us to call her
Bella. That would be fine, but she doesn't
always answer us when we call her that.

Here is my latest project. I found the pattern
to Bella's mitten on the internet. I thought it would make
a fabulous gift for some young women that I know.
I have never knitted mittens or cables for that matter,
but I think they are turning out pretty good.
This is what I have accomplished after 2 days.
I must admit this is my 2nd attempt.
My first attempt, I forgot to leave an opening for the thumb.
Duh! I told you I never knitted something like this.

Comments

Lew said…
Bella is so cute!! I guess we should start calling her that too? So adorable that she has a preference. Love the mitten!
blushing rose said…
What adorable ones ... someone is going to be a model! Chuckle ... TTFN ~Marydon
Found you through the links of the blog the pattern was on for the mitts, This is my first pair too!!! I messed up on the first one...so frustrating!!! I left out a cable somehow!!! Sigh...so I thought I would take a break and try to see how everyone else's were turning out:) Need some inspiration right about now...

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