October 29, 2007

October 29, 2007 § 2 Comments

I finished the quilt for S today. It looks so good, and I think she’ll be really pleased. The quilt is appropriately named “Million Babies”. Each square is a collage of photos that Dr. T has collected over the years.  He delivered all the children in the photos. It’s pretty amazing to see how many children one man has helped bring into the world. I imagine it’s incredibly gratifying. What an amazing profession.

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Here’s a close up

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In other news, we started S on solids on Friday.  He was very excited to try out the high chair.

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And not so excited to try the rice cereal and formula, especially since he doesn’t eat formula. Is that a face, or what??!

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We give rice cereal to him for dinner right now.  Husband and I figure that we should only torture him for one meal a day. We’re pleased if he takes two teaspoons. Baby steps, right? There is comfort knowing that he’ll go to kindergarten eating and drinking on his own. Oh, how quickly they do grow.

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§ 2 Responses to October 29, 2007

  • hoganfe says:

    That is an awesome quilt – great job!

  • Joy B says:

    Patty, your mom sent me your blog site and I am enjoying reading it. Your quilts are beautiful. And it’s fun to see the pictures of Sean – how he is growing! I remember mixing applesauce with that rice cereal, that was Melissa’s favorite way to eat it.
    Hugs,
    Joy B. (Blairsville)

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