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June 25, 2020



So cute. He may not appreciate the photo now but in the future it will be something to look back on. My mom has a ton of these type photos.

Karen machado

So sweet! Yes, boys never want their pics taken, so I love that yours are so cute and obliging! My son grimaces every time we take a pic and asks how come we have to have so many? Ha! He will know, when he has kids, I hope!😉


Love seeing photos of your boys & the one from 7 years ago is just too, too cute. Those cheeks!

Mary Jo Draper

I would love to see ideas for Christmas stockings.

Kathy Robbins

Adorable photos shows time passing when wee ones start growing up. Really sweet. Puts us in a holiday mood!

Suzi J

I need to knit a Christmas stocking for my daughter’s other half. Do you have anY great stocking patterns that you could share? I love the colors in the Cascade yarn!


love the pics and enjoy your blog. Every year I tell myself I am going to make a garland or advent calendar of knitted socks or tiny mittens. Only 2 a month and at the end of the year I will have 24-perfect for an advent calendar. How about a kit of various green red and white yarn to make that happen? I have also knit tiny sweaters as Christmas ornaments. Such fun and people get a kick out of it when I write on the tag "I knit you a sweater. I hope you like it,"


Great idea! Love pictures of kids - fun to see progression. I need to make some Christmas socks!


"yes, we need a little Christmas, right this very minute, candles in the window, carols at the spinet......"
Now I will be singing that song all day :) and dreaming of what the Christmas-colored yarn will be.


I love this idea as well, you really do have to start in July if your making several gifts for Christmas. I also like the suggestion about stocking ideas. I knit new stockings for my daughter and her boyfriend 7 years ago when they started dating (we knew right away he was a keeper). I used a graph from a sweater to make a skier in the mountains on his and then designed a tobogganer coming down the mountain on hers. Tough to find stocking designs more suitable for grown children.

P.S. I really look forward to reading your blog and all the fun ideas and special events you create on your site. Thank you!

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