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I believe that Grandmama to be had better get busy with her needles and knit those baby clothes :)
Mel - when my first son was due I knitted the back of a cardigan, by the time number two arrived I had knitted the front, number three saw two sleeves and I never did put it altogether!!!! I think I will go shopping for baby clothes instead!!! X
Same here! I think I knitted a few baby clothes, years before just in case. Luckily for me, MinL was a fantastic knitter which we all be befitted from.
DC -my grandmother was a fabulous knitter and I have passed on some knitted items which are still in amazing condition especially a beautiful shawl xxx
Hi Fran, Congratulations! How wonderful two little babies on the way . . . I loved reading your reply to Mel. I have a quilt top that I pieced when our daughter was little. I still haven't turned it into a quilt. Some things get done, while others do not. That's life, LOL.Have a lovely day.Your blogging sister,Connie :)
How lovely they both look well and definitely blooming. X
Those are such lovely pictures of the parents to be! Sarah x
Connie - i love that you are not completely perfect, I can lift my head now!!!!!! XxxxKaren - they are beautiful girls with lovely natures xxxxSarah - I am rather proud of them all xxx
Lovely blooming mums-to-be, Fran. I did laugh at your answer to Mel here too. I would be the same! xxx
Lovely photos. Such an exciting time waiting for those new additions to the family.
And I hear there is a royal bump as well. Best wishes to all your lovely ladies. - Margy
Val - I am good at some things but knitting us not one of them. My nan could knit, talk and watch the tv at the same time! XxxJo - I am getting very excited xxxMargay - thank you, where my girls go, Kate follows! X
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