Sunday, July 13, 2014


There hasn't been much sewing going on around here this last week but there sure has been a lot of spoilin' going on!  These sweet cheeks arrived on Tuesday and this Nana is making up for lost time!

We have shopped till we dropped!  And we are outfitted from head to toe.  We have new hair accessories, earrings, necklace, blouse, shorts, and flip-flops!

We have another new outfit, a pink blouse and matching shorts, more hair accessories, and supplies to tie dye a t-shirt....

Not a good picture of the bag but Nana made this Hello Kitty bag for her and she has filled it to the brim with goodies and carries it everywhere!

And Nana even got a new pair of flip flops too!

We spent quite a bit of time in Joann's Fabrics picking the perfect fabric and pattern for a skirt, blouse, and dress.  Raleigh will make her first sewing project, a skirt from the navy print fabric and Nana will make a matching blouse from the pink fabric and a dress from the orange"stretchy" fabric.

We've been working diligently on the skirt

Ta Da!!!  The finished skirt.  She did a fabulous job on!  She is so proud of it!

And going to the fair every day!

 And making cookies; grandpa's favorite - Peanut Butter cookies. Interestingly enough, Raleigh loves peanut butter, eats it by spoonfuls from the jar but really doesn't like Peanut Butter cookies.

I think they would be blue ribbon cookies if we were to enter them at the fair.  They were delicious.  We also have supplies to make Pumpkin Chocolate Chip cookies at Raleigh's request.  I have no idea where she got it in her busy little mind to make them.  Her momma says she's never made them but she is insistent upon making them.  So make them we will!

Poppy even got a chance to spoil these sweet cheeks too!

 One more picture of Kam-man (aka Kameron).  He is such a happy little boy!

This week promises to be just as busy as last week.  We have a water park to investigate, a 2-day freshman college orientation to attend and much, much more spoiling to do!



  1. There sure is a lot of "happy" in this post. The skirt Raleigh made is so cute and what a great memory you have made. She did a great job. Keep up the hogging of those sweeties, Doris. The smiles are priceless.

  2. beautiful tots and yes how could you not spoil them with everything GrandMOM"s are known she too young to join us

  3. What beautiful children. And how fun for you to get to lavish them with attention!

  4. I'm not sure who's having more fun...Nana or Raleigh !


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