Tuesday, August 30, 2016

CATCH UP....FALL DECORATIONS

I had GOOD intentions about getting more posts up last week, but it just didn't happen.  Not even sure why.  I had a pretty uneventful week too so I've nothing to blame.  I did get back to my sewing machine and made up a few things I have been wanting to play with.  I know that I should be getting busy on my Christmas sewing, but haven't started even yet.  You know how on facebook they put up those go back and share your memories thing from a year ago or more?  Well, I had a few of them recently that showed me what I was doing last year at this time, and honestly I was somewhat horrified.  I had many bunches of ornaments, and had completed an entire embroidered advent calendar and was started on another, and had a real start on things.  In addition to that I had made some quilted Fall trees, and embroidered a scripture pic and the list goes on.  What on earth have I been doing?  lol  Or maybe I was just too carried away last year, lol.  Anyway, let me tell you about what I HAVE done.  I don't know if I mentioned that when I made that last pair of little fabric shoes for Claire....and they were SOO cute on her and fit her perfectly.....that I immediately wanted to make some more.  When I mentioned this to Mel she told me, "well, if you really want to make some more, why don't you make some out of denim.  That way they will go with LOTS of her outfits, and should be really cute." Assuring her I could do that, I secretly thought....how boring, lol.  Too plain.  I want to do something more.  I thought what I really wanted to do was maybe embroider something on the toes of the shoes. But honestly I had NO idea how to go about that, and figured it might be hard hooping something that small, and getting them identical (and they must be!) and on and on went my head, lol.  But one night it occurred to me.....wait!  I know what I will do.  I will hoop a small piece of denim on my 4 x 4 hoop, and after the design is complete I will fussy cut the toe piece out making sure everything is right where it should be.  Now maybe to some this would have seemed like, OF COURSE this is way you should do it, but I am not always the quickest thinker, lol.  Anyway, I had some denim left over from something (you don't need much of course!) the pattern, and a small little grey/blue gingham fabric for the lining of the shoes.  Now something else I wanted to do different, or really better I guess, was to make the sole of the shoe out of REAL leather so it would be more durable.  But I was pretty sure Joanne's didn't carry real leather, and it is kind of pricey to order online.  So I asked about it when I was in Joanne's and come to find out they DO carry it in small little squares back in the craft section.  Sooo I found a piece of creamy colored tan suede leather in a piece big enough to make two whole pairs of shoes!  And even though it did seem pricey too (8.99 for the little square!) I had a 60 percent off coupon I whipped out making it seem really reasonable.  Soo all I needed now was a design that thought would work in a small area and be really cute.  I found what I considered to be perfect and finally got busy.  I just couldn't have been more pleased with how they came out.  I made up a pair of leggings too, bumping the pattern size up to an 18 to 24 month!  She is getting big.  I have a couple more pieces of knit I am going to make some more, and the good news is there is enough of ALL of it to make leggings for Sophia too.  Sooooo after all of this build up, let me show you the shoes....

HARD TO TELL HERE BUT I USED A LIGHT LAVENDER THREAD....LOVE THE DESIGN
THE LEATHER SUEDE SOLE
CLOSER LOOK AT LINING

JUST A CLOSER LOOK SO THAT YOU CAN SEE THE SMALLER MUSICAL NOTES TOO...REALLY LOVED THIS DESIGN




LITTLE LAVENDER LEGGINGS
Other then that I have been working on Bible Covers for 3 of my grandkids as their parents got them new bibles, and their mama wanted a way for them to carry them back and forth to church and school without messing them up.  I've made two so far so I can show you those, and plan on making the final one tomorrow.

THE FIRST ONE IS FOR 11 YEAR OLD CAPRI....SHE ENJOYS A TIE DYE LOOK SO I THOUGHT THIS FABRIC SEEMED PERFECT

A CLOSE UP LOOK AT THE DIAMOND GRID QUILTING I DID, AND THEN I ADDED A CUTE LITTLE LABEL I HAD AND USED THE ALPHABET FONT ON MY DECORATIVE STITCHES TO PUT HER NAME ON IT

HERE'S THE INSIDE AND THE BOOK COVER FLAPS....SUCH CUTE FABRIC I THOUGHT AND I HAD JUST ENOUGH

ANOTHER DECORATIVE STITCH ADDED THE BUTTERFLY'S TO THE HANDLES

AND THE BUTTON GLITTERS!  SOO CUTE!

AND THIS IS ALMOST 10 YEAR OLD JD'S.....I REALLY LIKE THE BOYISH TYPE FABRIC I FOUND, AND I QUILTED IN A TRIPLE STITCH STRAIGHT STITCH WHICH GAVE IT A TOTALLY DIFFERENT LOOK 

A CLOSE UP ON THE INSIDE BOOK FLAPS...I REALLY LOVE THIS FABRIC AND DID CONSIDER IT FOR THE OUTSIDE COVER, BUT CONSIDERING IT HAS SOO MUCH WHITE IN IT I DECIDED IT WOULD BE DUMB, AS IT WAS SURE TO BE DIRTY QUICKLY, LOL

SORRY THIS IS BLURRED BUT YOU CAN SEE HOW I PUT HIS NAME ON IT JUST KIND OF WINGING IT WITH THE TRIPLE DECORATIVE STITCH...NOT PERFECT, BUT IT WILL WORK.  

I have been having such a good time making these.  I am thinking I might embroidery the front of Donatella's, and make them all a book marker too.  Between the shoes, and the leggings, and these book covers, it's just what I have been in the mood for, but I do think I might have to begin all the Christmas sewing on my list now if I have any hope of getting it all done by Thanksgiving.

I do have some exciting news to tell too!  One of my younger sisters has twin 26 year old sons.  They are the brothers of my hair stylists Jessie (whose Melody's best friend) whose house we have our Sunday fellowship at.  Anyway, we have been praying for both of these boys salvation's for a while now.  Well, God is faithful and has answered our prayers, as Anthony went forward at the Harvest Crusade here last Sunday night and gave his heart to the Lord. How excited we have all been by this! He will join us now at the Sunday fellowship, and I am just soo pleased.  It's always exciting to see God work.

I did get up all the Fall decor this last week-end, and I am enjoying it all as always.  Can hardly believe it is almost the first of September.  Hope you are all having a good week.  Blessings to you all!  Debbie





FALL TREES I MADE LAST YEAR...I'D LOVE TO MAKE SOME MORE!

SCRIPTURE PIC I MADE LAST YEAR TOO
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JUST THOUGHT THIS LITTLE VIDEO SHOWED HOW THIS LOOKS ON TOP OF THE PIANO, LOL








Monday, August 22, 2016

A NEW LAP TOP! AND BACK TO SCHOOL...

Well I have done a little visiting TRYING to catch up, but I decided to stop for now (I will proceed later!) as I need to get a post up so I can busy with the rest of my day.  We FINALLY purchased a new laptop on Sat., and to say I am grateful would be putting it very mildly, lol.  You honestly just can't imagine what I have been working with. I have no idea how I didn't just throw in the towel altogether.  Just my stubbornness I guess.  But this new one is a dream.  Soo quick, easy, and nice. Hope I don't spend too much time on here now, because trust me it would be soo easy to do.

I spent most of last week TRYING to get organized about what I was going to do and make for my Christmas sewing.  I came right out and asked all the girls what they would like for me to make them this year for their families, and if Christmas jammies were still something everyone was interested in. I got some answers and at least have a direction to head in.  I honestly can't believe it is already almost Sept.  Time just whips by faster and faster, and I am usually sooo much further along in my Christmas sewing, and I am trying not to fret. It is what it is and I will do my best.

Other then that all I really have are some pretty cute back to school pics of some of the grands.  I remember those days all too well from when I was raising my family.  I used to just love the whole process.  New shoes and backpacks and school supplies, and then the "first day of school" outfit, and some other new clothes as well.  I try to help out a bit with some of the grands wardrobes and needs, as I also recall how hard that was to do sometimes.  I took Jeffie (who at 12 is entering middle school this year in the 7th grade!) shopping and to lunch one day last week, and got him some shorts and t-shirts.  It honestly feels like maybe a couple of years ago at the most that I was working in his KG class, and now here he is SOO grown up.  He has REALLY REALLY changed recently.  Even his voice!  lol.  I also took Cody out to lunch and to one last movie for the summer last week.  I felt pretty good about getting in lots of one on one time this summer with MOST of my grandkids, as it's just not easy when there are soo many of them.  I just sent a little cash home with my son James yesterday to help out with his San Diego brood, but I did make Capri a couple of new skirts last week too.  Let me show you their pics....

WE WILL START WITH SWEET 3 YEAR OLD LUKE....HE HAD SUCH A HARD TIME BECAUSE HIS FIRST DAY WAS NOT UNTIL THURSDAY, AND SAM'S WAS TUES.  HE WANTS TO DO EVERYTHING HIS BIG BROTHER DOES, AND SCHOOL IS NO EXCEPTION, LOL.  HE WILL GO ON TUES AND THURSDAY MORNINGS AT THE SAME SCHOOL SAM WENT TO LAST YEAR FROM 8 UNTIL 10:30.  HIS FIRST DAY WENT SOOO WELL I GUESS.  HE REALLY IS AT AN ADVANTAGE AS HE WATCHED SAM DO THIS ALL LAST YEAR AND HONESTLY JUST COULDN'T WAIT UNTIL HIS TURN.  HE WAS HAPPY, AND CONTENT, AND COULDN'T HAVE DONE BETTER ACCORDING TO HIS TEACHER

LOOK AT HIS EXCITED FACE!  I SUPPOSE CLAIRE WILL WANT TO GO NEXT, LOL

SAM POSED WITH HIM ON LUKES FIRST DAY (sam was already on day 3! lol)  SAM HAD ALREADY GIVEN LUKE ALL THE TIPS HE COULD THINK OF, LOL.  I LOVE THE LOOK ON SAM'S FACE, BUT THE ADORING LOOK LUKE IS GIVING HIS BIG BRO REALLY IS JUST PRICELESS

AND HERE IS SAM ON HIS.....HE COULDN'T HAVE BEEN MORE EXCITED IF HE TRIED.  HE WAS GIDDY.  BOTH OF MELODY'S BOYS ARE SOO EXTROVERTED AND FRIENDLY...kind of like their mama and dad,,,AND IT DOES MAKE THINGS EASIER.... "WHY ARE SOME OF THESE KIDS CRYING MOM?" WAS SAM'S INNOCENT QUESTION.  HE IS IN PRE-K,  HE IS 4 YEARS OLD BUT ONLY A FEW WEEKS FROM 5 SO HE WILL HAVE THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING ONE OF THE OLDER ONES IN HIS CLASS WITH A LATE SEPT BIRTHDAY.  POOR LUKE WILL ALWAYS BE ONE OF THE YOUNGEST WITH A LATE MAY BIRTHDAY, BUT GUESS YOU HAVE TO MAKE THE CUT OFF SOMEWHERE.  AND LUKE HAS THE ADVANTAGE OF WANTING TO FOLLOW SAM SO THAT WILL HELP HIM.  SAM WILL GO TUES - FRIDAY FROM 8 TO 11.  HE IS GOING TO A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL OUT THERE, AND THE WHOLE SCHOOL JUST GOES 4 DAYS A WEEK.  HOW I WOULD HAVE LOVED THAT! MELODY WILL HAVE HER HANDS FULL GETTING THEM BACK AND FORTH AS THEIR SCHOOLS ARE ACROSS TOWN FROM EACH OTHER.  DADDY WILL TAKE SAM ON TUES AND THURSDAY SO THAT SHE CAN TAKE LUKE ON THOSE DAYS.  SHE WILL DO ALL THE PICKING UP.  CLAIRE IS ENJOYING HER TIME HAVING HER MOM AND THE TOYS TO HERSELF, LOL

SOO CUTE....I AM PRAYING FOR A GOOD YEAR FOR THEM BOTH

AND HERE IS 15 YEAR OLD LINDSEY READY FOR HER FIRST DAY OF HER SOPHOMORE YEAR.  THEY WEAR UNIFORMS AT HER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, SO THAT IS A BIG HELP FOR EVERYONE.  SHE MADE THE JV VOLLEYBALL TEAM THIS YEAR AGAIN, AND WAS AGAIN VOTED CAPTAIN.  I AM SOO PROUD OF HER AND WHAT SHE HAS ACCOMPLISHED.  SHE TOOK CHEMISTRY OVER THE SUMMER JUST TO GET IT OUT OF THE WAY (even though it is a junior class) AND GOT AN A OF COURSE, LOL  SHE IS VERY FOCUSED!

AND HERE IS MY BIG, HANDSOME JEFFIE....HE IS REALLY STARTING TO LOOK LIKE HIS DAD...
AND 7 YEAR OLD CODY'S FIRST DAY OF SECOND GRADE.  HE IS STILL IN HIS SPECIAL ED CLASS FOR HIS VERY MILD AUTISM , BUT SPENDS AT LEAST HALF OF HIS TIME IN REGULAR MAIN STREAM CLASSES AS WELL.  HE IS DOING SOOOOO WELL.  THEY ALL FEEL THAT THIS MAY BE HIS LAST YEAR IN SPECIAL ED.  IT WOULD BE HARDER TO FIND A HAPPIER MORE CONTENT LITTLE BOY.
The San Diego grands do not start until next week so I will post theirs next week I am sure.  She home schools their children, and then they attend a school two days a week with other home schoolers as well.  Well, guess that's it for now.  I need to get to my sewing machine as I have a few things lined up.  Still no Christmas projects though....yikes!!  Hope you all have a good week!  Blessings to you all!  Debbie


Monday, August 15, 2016

MELODY'S VISIT


Well it seems as if I have been away from blogging for WEEKS instead of several days, and truthfully my computer is soooo bad I am not sure I can even manage to get a post up, but I am going to give it a try  We are hopefully going to buy a new computer this week sometime, or at least on Sat anyway, so I guess worse case if I can't get this to cooperate, I will have a brand new one to work with soon  We had just the best week with my daughter, but SOO much went on I honestly don't know if I can catch it all up.  Maybe if I try really hard I can just give the condensed versions of everything, but knowing me I doubt it, lol.  Downloading pics is one of the biggest issues this computer has right now, so I don't know if I can make that work either.  Let's back up to a week ago last Thursday.  That night after hubby arrived home from work our dog Elvis just suddenly began acting strangely.  Now at 14 years old he had been slowing down for a while, and not quite himself.  But he had just taken a long walk the night before, and spent his day the way he spent most of his days that day as well.  I feel the need to mention since I know I have barely mentioned Elvis in any of my posts, that he is my husbands dog.  Actually he was originally Melody's dog.  She bought him 14 years ago, and yet the dog attached himself primarily to my hubby, so when Melody married and moved away eight years ago, Elvis was left behind with us. I guess I should mention [much to the horror of most of you I am sure] that I am just not a dog person. Not that I dislike dogs, I would just rather not hassle them.  We have NEVER been without a dog since we were first married however, as hubby and all of my kids felt very differently, and I was very willing to let them have these pets as long as I didn't have to do much.  Elvis is a Chihuahua btw. Anyway, within an hour and a half of my hubby arriving home, Elvis passed away.  It was really VERY sad, as of course my husband was quite devastated, and it has surprised even me how much his presence has been missed.  The good news is that Elvis lived a LONG and full life, and never suffered or was really sick while he was here.  He brought countless hours of pleasure to my hubby and kids and grandkids, and he will definitely be terribly missed.  I was glad that my daughter and her three kids were due to arrive the next evening, as I knew that it would be a very pleasant and busy distraction for my husband.

READY TO GO WITH THEIR BACK PACKS


Melody, as you might recall, was to fly in with the 3 kids by herself a week ago last Friday.  Considering the oldest is only 4, she had her hands full to say the very least.  It was all going very well however, until they went to land in Vegas. There are NO straight through flights from Midland Texas where they fly out of, to California btw, so there is always a lay over somewhere, usually Vegas.  Anyway, as the plane began the descent to land, it began bouncing quite violently.  A minute or so into it, Melody began to feel VERY sick to her stomach, like she might begin throwing up.  She broke out in a cold sweat.  Then she noticed Luke [the just turned 3 year old] had begun to cry, and Sam [the 4 year old] told her his tummy felt funny and he thought he might barf.  Luke then told her, me too.  Meanwhile 15 month old Claire sat on her lap wiggling and struggling and doing everything she could to get down..  Somehow she got both boys barf bags, and began praying she wouldn't need one herself.  Meanwhile, people all around them were vomiting and wondering loudly what was going on.  Melody has flown hundreds of times [or so it seems] and she has never experienced the rocking and bouncing quite like this.  Then......just as the plane was about to hit the ground, it suddenly swooped upward again, and now everyone was REALLY flipping out.  It made a HUGE circle and then began the descent again.  This time it was only a little bouncy, but by this time all 3 of her kids were crying, and Melody said if it would have done any good, she would have done some crying herself.  But the plane hit the ground, came to a stop, and everyone got off.  They never did know what had happened.
SO FAR SO GOOD IN THIS PHOTO
Thankfully her 3 had never thrown up and seemed to be fine as the plane came to a stop, and stopped crying pretty much right away.  Sooo then all she had to do was spend 2 and half hours in an airport with 3 little ones before getting back on another plane for the 45 min flight to California.  She said they really did very well with this.  She got them all dinner, they ate, and then she found them a place they could run around and entertain themselves until it got close to time to board.  Then she took them all to the bathroom, and changed the baby, and boarded the plane.....where they sat doing NOTHING for the next 45 minutes on the runway!  It was the straw that broke the camels back for the baby.  Claire was suddenly done.  She wanted down, and she wiggled and struggled and fussed.  Melody said it was kind of like holding a wet cat, lol.  The boys were angels however and she couldn't have been more grateful.  They FINALLY landed here almost a full hour behind schedule where grandpa and I were pacing the airport praying things weren't going too badly, lol  It was just the cutest thing when we saw her coming.  She was carrying the baby, pushing the stroller with her other hand   Luke was riding in the stroller looking exhausted, and Sam was walking beside the stroller holding obediently onto the side of it.  When the boys saw us, Sam quickly began running towards us, and Luke scrambled out of the stroller and followed suit, with both of them calling out, "look!  it's grandma  and Papa!"  at the top of their little voices as they ran into our waiting arms.  Everyone who saw and heard them was most amused.  It was just the sweetest thing.  A couple of older women who had been on the flight said to me as they passed by, "we knew there had to be someone important on the other end to make this gal brave taking 3 little ones by herself.....she did just wonderfully by the way."  We still had to wait for the luggage and then load 3 car seats into the car we had picked up for Melody to use until Mike got here on Wed as we don't all even fit in ours, lol  Goodness, what a time we had getting those 3 car seats loaded in and the kids loaded up,  all the luggage and the stroller in, and finally heading home.  Claire pretty much screamed the whole time! It was a couple of hours by that time past their regular bedtimes.  The boys remained as good as gold thank goodness.....lol...poor Claire.  She fell asleep the moment the car began to move, and since we had her bed sat up and waiting for her before we ever left, Melody was able to just transfer her into the crib, and she slept straight through to the next morning thank goodness.  The boys sat with me and heard a book while she cleaned them up and and got them into jammies, brushed their teeth, and got them into their beds too.  What a day!

I think I can just tell the rest of our week with pictures.  We got in two VERY fun whole fam day visits, and more cuddle and love time then you can possibly imagine.  The kids all said and did just the sweetest, cutest things, but I could never begin to tell them all.  I am missing them all something fierce this morning.  Mike drove out on Wednesday and was able to spend a couple of days relaxing before they all headed back home early Sat morning.  Thank goodness she wasn't going to have to make another flight day by herself, lol.  I am hoping to catch up with all of you in the next day or two, and get busy on my Christmas sewing next.  Hard to believe it's already mid August.  I was already knee deep into it last year at this time.  Hope your days have all been good ones.  Blessings to you all!  Debbie


I SHOULD REALLY HAVE A SEPARATE POST FOR THIS CUPBOARD AS IT IS SUCH AN INTERESTING STORY  I WILL TRY AND TELL BRIEFLY........WHEN I WAS 2 YEARS OLD AND MY SISTER DIANE 3, OUR GRANDFATHER MADE THIS CUPBOARD FOR US ONE CHRISTMAS.  WE PLAYED WITH IT FOR YEARS AND YEARS.  IT WAS PASSED DOWN TO OUR YOUNGER SISTERS EVENTUALLY OF COURSE TO ENJOY, AND THEN MY MOTHER KEPT IT AT HER HOUSE FOR GRANDKIDS TO ENJOY.  THEN, SHE GAVE IT TO ONE OF MY YOUNGER BROTHERS WHO ENDED UP LOSING IT IN A REPOSSESED STORAGE UNIT DEAL.VERY SAD......BUT THEN! MY SISTER DANAE JUST HAPPENED UPON IT AT AN ESTATE SALE ONE DAY.   WHATEVER WERE THE CHANCES??  WE ALL DECIDED IT WAS BECAUSE GOD WANTED THIS KEPT IN OUR FAMILY WHERE IT BELONGED   I GUESS SOMEONE HAD BOUGHT THE CONTENTS OF THE STORAGE UNIT AND SHE WAS SELLING ONE OF THE ITEMS....THIS WAS ONE OF THEM...SHE BOUGHT IT OF COURSE AND WAS KEEPING IT FOR HER DAUGHTER JESSICA TO HAVE...  HOWEVER, JESSICA DIDN'T REALLY WANT IT. SO MY SISTER OFFERED IT TO MELODY WHO JUMPED ON IT.  I PICKED IT UP, FILLED IT WITH SOME LITTLE DISHES AND THEY TOOK IT HOME WITH THEM WHEN THEY LEFT.  ALL THE KIDS LOVED IT!  MELODY AND I ARE BOTH SOOOO THRILLED TO HAVE SOMETHING THAT MY GRANDFATHER MADE FOR ME TO HAVE FOR HER CHILDREN





WE GOT THE BOYS BIG WHEELS TO RIDE AND ENJOY WHILE THEY WERE HERE, AND WE GOT THIS BIKE FOR VINNY FOR HIS 3RD BIRTHDAY AND THE BOYS ENJOYED FOR HOURS RIDING TOGETHER  THEY ARE JUST SOOO CUTE TOGETHER
GRANDPA ACTUALLY FOUND HIMSELF AN ADULT BIG WHEEL AND RODE AROUND WITH THE BOYS MUCH TO THEIR UTTER DELIGHT, LOL



AFTER THEIR BIKE RIDE THEY RELAXED WATCHING A MOVIE ON MY SON JAME'S PHONE

CLAIRE ONLY HAD EYES FOR THE WATER AND THE DUCKS, SO WE HAD TO BE QUICK ON OUR TOES AND AVOID THE LAKE WHILE SHE WAS HERE, LOL

CLAIRE AND LUKE BOTH LOVED THE CUPBOARD!

MELODY MET SOPHIA FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND ANNABEL ENJOYED SOME TIME WITH CLAIRE

THESE 4 COUSINS ENJOYED THEIR SWIMMING AND TIME TOGETHER AT UNCLE JOE'S HOUSE

JOE AND MELODY TOGETHER AT HIS HOUSE

SAM AND CODY BECAME GOOD BUDDIES

WE FINALLY GOT TO CELEBRATE MELODY'S 30TH BIRTHDAY

SHE WAS THRILLED WITH HER QUILT!

CLAIRE IN HER NEW COW JAMMIES FROM MY SISTER AT MY NIECES HOUSE AFTER BIBLE STUDY

THE BOYS LOVED THEIR TIME IN THEIR COUSIN WESTON'S PLAY ROOM

MELODY AND HER BFF MY NIECE JESSICA WITH THEIR KIDS AT JESSICA'S HOUSE
MELODY AND HER KIDS SPORTING SHIRTS FROM JESSICA'S CLOTHING LINE.....SOO CUTE!


WE HAD GOTTEN THEM ALL SOME LITTLE PEOPLE AND A PLAY GROUND SET FOR THEM AND A BUS AND A PLANE..  HONESTLY YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE HOW MUCH TIME THEY SPENT PLAYING WITH THESE.  THEY ALL LOVED THEM

SAM LOVED PLAYING WITH THE DINASOURS WHO FREQUENTLY ATE UP THE LITTLE CARS, LOL

SNUGGLED UP IN THEIR PAW PATROL BLANKETS GRANDPA MADE FOR THEM WATCHING ZOOTOPIA

WENT TO LUNCH WITH CODY AND JOE ONE AFTERNOON

CLAIRE LOVED THIS LITTLE WINNIE THE POOH TRAIN TOY THAT WE HAVE HAD SINCE THE OTHERS WERE ALL BABIES.............IT'S BEEN A FAVORITE OF ALL OF THEIRS
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THIS LITTLE VIDEO GOT PUT IN THE WRONG SPOT AND THERE IS NO MOVING IT.  IT IS OF THE BOYS AND GRANDPA ON THEIR BIG WHEELS

CLAIRE HONESTLY LOVED THE LITTLE DISHES



SITTING ON HER LITTLE CUPBOARD.............SOO CUTE!