Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Where do the days go

I promise myself each day that I will update my blog but the day has ended and still no blogging. So today is the day before May ends.
I know this is a little late but I wanted to share this photo of my 2 oldest Grandchildren with their Grandfather and Great Grandfather at the recent Anzac Day Service. This was the first time Ryan has attended a service. He stood very proud even though it was very wet and ever so cold.
The weekend after Dh and I looked after these 2 whilst their parents went away to celebrate their 10th. wedding anniversary.

We had a great time with the kids.

And isn't it amazing what you let your Grandkids do whilst their parents are away. We did some cleaning up in the front garden so the 2 of them decided to help. I am not sure whether Ryan is trying to sweep his little sister away or trying to stop her from leaving home.

After crawling everywhere she needed a good hose down.

Last week I cut out all these squares from flannelet to make a little raggy cot quilt for the portable cot Zoe sleeps in when she is here each week

Yesterday I completed the stitching and got it washed and dried. These little quilts always feel so soft and cozy. I was pleased at how it turned out.

Another UFO out of the box. Yippeeeeeee. I picked this quilt up from the quilters on Saturday and have started to put the binding on. This quilt is for Zoes bed the last of all the things I have made for her room.


Cherry Red Quilter said...

Cute grandkids and lovely quilts and how wonderful for your grandchildren to be able to honour ANZAC Day with not only thier grandfather but also their Great Grandfather! Must be good genes in your family!

BubzRugz said...

What a lovely post- good to see the ANZAC picture ... the grandies sure get up to all sorts - such fun... I love your raggy quilt with the hearts.. must get my flannel out... and the other quilt looks beautiful... lucky Zoe...

BubzRugz said...

I'm sure I commented on this before... maybe Blogger disappeared it.... lovely post ...