Friday, August 13, 2010

Takin' Time

This curious baby is now a rambunctious two year old and I go to watch her yesterday. We played with play dough, colored, she made me all kinds of yummy things to eat in DD's play kitchen, and we went to the park. I forget how busy two year olds can be but I loved every minute with Mary. She just makes me laugh. She got into all of DD's lip gloss took of all the lids and used most of one of them while we thought she was taking a nap. She sure smelt pretty. DD was a good sport about it. But I don't think she'll be asking for a baby sister anytime soon. She used to think that would be neat but after yesterday she is not so sure.
Because I was busy having a second childhood yesterday I didn't finish The Dutchman's Journey until today. It is now bond, I even got a label on it and it is now waiting to be delivered to it's new home.
I'll be linking up with Amy's Sew and Tell so go and see what everyone else finished this week. Have a great weekend!
Em

15 comments:

  1. Wow! The Dutchman's Journey is gorgeous! And I know what you mean about two-year olds. I have a nice who is SO cute, but I don't think I could keep up with her on a daily basis (lol).

    xo -E
    {visiting from Sew & Tell Friday}

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  2. I have to make that dutchman quilt! I have a pattern for it. just have not taken the plunge! Yours is beautiful.

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  3. it's so important to take time with the little ones...but you were able to finish something today...Two great days

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  4. That is a gorgeous quilt! And I know what you mean about two-year olds - I keep my granddaughter four days a week, and we spend a lot of time playing! It's hard to get things done, but we have loads of fun!!!

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  5. I like the border on this quilt. Something different.

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  6. Beautiful quilt! What a cool border.

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  7. How brave of you having a two year old bundle of energy ALL DAY. I don't think I could do it.
    I love that quilt. The borders really set the whole thing off.

    Love and hugs Gina xxx

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  8. There's nothing more fun than a 2 year old...unless it's a 3 year old. :) Love the quilt! blessings, marlene

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  9. Love the Dutchman's Journey. The baby is really adorable. I bet the two year old version is too--if she ever slows down enough to get a picture. :-)

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  10. this is a beautiful quilt....it is hard to get stuff done when there is a little someone that cute to play with

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  11. Awesome quilt! All that flying geese goodness.

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  12. Em, I have given you a Versatile Blogger Award! Check it out here: http://confessionsofafabricaddict.blogspot.com/2010/08/oh-look-bunny.html

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  13. Love this quilt ... it's beautiful! I love your blog ... I get much inspiration from it!

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