A handful of photo envelopes from Kata Golda's new book to give as gifts. And baby booties for my (very pregnant and adorable) coworker Steph-- using a free pattern from C&T Publishing.
Nicole's grin-- visible proof of supreme happiness brought on by a perfectly browned and delicious toasted marshmallow. (Not to mention the love of holding baby Declan!)
Now if only I could find a subtle way to ask Abby to make us some homemade Graham Crackers for this weekend...
Little Critter is having a sleepover at Grandma and Grandpa's farm! Join Little Critter as he helps his grandparents milk the cows, pick blueberries, and bake a pie for the contest at the Country Fair.Sunday morning, Graham woke Grandma up at 6:45 and told her it was time to make a Blueberry Pie! And indeed they did. (Grandma is an excellent sport.)
Easter morning arrived, and although I had to work the night before, I was home in time to wake everyone up and let them know the Easter Bunny had been here! Along with a nice basket of Goodies, the Easter Bunny dug out a big treat Santa had hidden in the cellar from a few years ago. Behold the Estate Wagon!
After finding it (cleverly hidden by the stove) Graham's new ride was the hit of the day.
Although his legs are just a tiny bit too short to pedal it himself, he has become a master at working the tailgate and loading and unloading everything he can fit in it. He pretends he is heading to Price Chopper and has a different grocery list each time (although usually cupcakes are on the list).
Amanda, Ethan, and Abby, helped with an egg hunt (which could have gone on forever since eggs kept dropping out of his basket!)
Afterwards, we went inside to help peel Easter eggs, and enjoy a delicious ham dinner.