Sunday, December 28, 2008

An apple a day keeps the doctor away....

Well that is what Toby told us. When Penny took him for a walk this afternoon, he brought me home an apple. LOL He carried it quite a long ways and didn't drop it until he got into the house and then on an accident. We just thought this was cute of him. Penny said it was his get well pressie for me. LOL

I have been making a few items for Heather's baby hope chest. (No babies in the very near future. Haha I reckon that is how rumors get started! I just want to make sure when the babies do come, they have goodies from their grammy. She has a wonderful hope chest that my daddy made her. Hillary has one also. I thought since she is in her house now and it isn't called the Hopeless Chest anymore, it could be the Baby Chest now.) This is a soft pram afghan. The pretties deep lilac. It was done in shells with a graduated shell border. Just made the pattern up as I went. I have a cuddly Baby Clouds granny square afghan on the hook for her also. Jaidyn loves the ones Penny has made her. She likes to stick her lil fingers in the holes. She must have one of her afghans to go to sleep happy.



I passed out all but one of my 40 crochet dishcloths through the holidays. LOL I am keeping the one that I found. Must be meant to be mine. Mindless busy work is a good thing. :o)

6 comments:

Connie W said...

Is there another baby on the way in your family?

And thanks for updating my blog in your blog's links. I appreciate it. I hated having to start a new one but the old one was acting ugly with me. :(

Vicki said...

What a lovely afghan!! Hope you have a great New Year

Conni said...

Beautiful afghan! And Toby's a hoot!

Laura-IH said...

That is a beautiful afgahn! Lucky future baby! : )

3anklebiters said...

the afghan is beautiful, someday it will make someone very happy.

Alice I. said...

Oh, Ange! That is a sweet baby afghan. I used to love crocheting. I liked the tremendous progress I could make while crocheting as opposed to knitting. I think that is a great idea you have there with having started a "baby hope chest". I'm sure Heather will love all the beautiful items you have/will make for your future grandbabies!