In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy.
|Two winter gnomes, the red has mistletoe on his back and the blue has the nativity star. Inspired by Wee Folk Art!|
|A new creation. A stuffed felt mushroom wood table for the gnomes.|
|Drooly from teething!|
|Fresh cranberry and dried orange garland.|
We are certainly busy over here. Quite a few last minute gifts that need to be completed for the kids. My Christmas cards are finally all addressed and stamped. They'll go out on Monday.
However amid this self imposed hustle, I found time with Jonas today to string some garland. He sure loved helping and he is quite precise for an almost 2 year old. Poor fellow though, he is getting his 2 year molars in right now. No fun for Christmas.
We also gave Deirdre an early present today, a new pet Dutch rabbit. She named him 'Hoppy'. He is only six weeks old and adorable. He is inside with us in a cage for a few weeks until he is older. He was just weaned. Hopefully he will fill the hole in her little heart that Snow White- the hen which a predator got- left.
My broody mother hen, Precious, still seems to be a good mother hen and is setting on the nest. Please pray that this lasts. I would really hate to see the entire clutch go bad.
Tomorrow is Deirdre's official birthday, even though we celebrate it earlier in the month. She is spending the day with her Omi and Grandfather. They are going to a special kids concert. I should have some time then to finish up her and Jonas' quilt (plus some other goodies). Then on Monday I am taking her ice skating. Really it is Craig who will be skating with her. I think this pregnant lady needs to stay away from the ice.
I hope you all are having a relaxed and productive weekend too! Feel free to share the gifts you're working on!