Monday, July 20, 2009
Baby KP is home now
Baby KP went home late Saturday afternoon. Since she was tiny and three weeks early the pediatrician wanted her to stay a full 48 hours and then have a couple of lab tests done after that time. [click on any picture for larger size view]
The first day home found her out traveling the neighborhood. I already can just see her up and down the street riding her tricycle. We have Karen's old one, I think it will be put back into service. After all it is a 'one owner' only ridden by a little old [now] lady.
Right now this is KP's favorite resting position. The chair was formerly Karen's grandmother's (link). It had resided with Mrs. Jim ever since she left home. We did have it refinished, tightened, and reglued as the kid should have nothing but the best.
The little one is a cutie pie and I can tell you aren't one bit proud.
Have a terrific day Jim. Big hug. :)
Here's the recipe:
Super Fabric Softener Stretcher
I have come up with a formula for making my fabric softener last three times as long, and my clothes are softer than with the fabric softener alone. I buy a large bottle of softener. Then I pour two cups of softener, two cups of white vinegar,
and two cups of water into a smaller container. I shake this mixture well and then use it just as I would the full strength softener.
My clothes are soft, and the towels are fluffier than with full strength softener. My daughter is now using this formula for her clothes too, and loves it for her kids' clothes. Donna R. in Nokomis, FL
Phil, Lisa, Marty and Gabby Dyer
love the pink socks
and the hat, I love baby hats
I just finished burping and cuddling with baby Hope and I can still smell her sweet hair and skin
beautiful Mom and beautiful big sister
That baby will be so spoiled and I know you and Mrs. Jim will have fun doing it.
The tricycle sounds great. She's a little young now but it won't be long, the way they grow!
Both granddaughters are beautiful.
I love babies so much. I just oooh and ahhh over them. What amazing blessings they are!!
I know this new baby will be loved, loved. loved... and probably a bit spoiled too... which it perfectly okay as far as I'm concerned.
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