Wednesday, November 12, 2008

My Grandkids..... Maddie and Jack

I am sitting here bawling my eyes out. My how these two have grown
up. Where has the time went..........
Just yesterday my daughter was just a baby and now I'm looking at
her daugher and Time is going by way to fast
for me. I'm only 56 and these babies are 9 and 5 and they
look like tweens.


Anonymous said...

They are beautiful kids, that blonde hair is awesome.They do grow up fast, don't they?


Melissa Miller said...

They are PRECIOUS!

Buffie said...

Awww, don't cry! Look at what a young grandmother you are! I'm still waiting on my grandchildren...hopefully one day in the near future I'll have a few...they are beautiful and you are a very lucky lady!


Sue said...

mornin Blossom!
your grandkids are beautiful! I'll be 53 in December and my one grandbaby was a year old this past June, I never thought I would be a gramma, but its the best thing in the world isn't it!! I'm looking forward to wonderful times with her and am lucky to have her with me while her parents work during the week, so we will be very close, to me thats priceless! Have a great day!! xo

Susan (Moonlight and Magnolias on RMS) said...

Cute, cute! Your grandchildren are adorable! I can't wait to have grandkids! The feather tree came from Michaels (half price-Yipee!) last year. Bet they have them again...I haven't been in this year though, to see. Susan

ceekay said...

Hi Blossom. I bought my feather trees at Michael's after Christmas last year. They were originally 49.00, about 2 - 3 feet. Got them for 7.00. They had various colors. Mine is white, my girlfriend's pink...I think they also had purple and red. Hope this helps.

Samantha said...

Hi, you left a comment on my blog looking for fingerless mittens. I don't make them (or know how), someone I used to blog with made them. She still blogs, I believe at blogspot under the title of Nicola Knits. Maybe you could contact her there and work something out.
Sorry to hear your mom is ill. Hopefully the mittens will work for her. Take care!