Monday, November 30, 2009

Sees. Wants. Gets.

sees
wants
gets

A pattern he is likely to repeat.

(like me at the pie table.)

hope everyone had a relaxing weekend with those you love~
xo,Anna

56 comments:

  1. Uh oh, he's is going to keep you busy ;-)

    Great blanket he is playing on. So colourful!

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  2. Cute! How fast they grow...

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  3. What a sweetie Pie:)

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  4. Roman is so darling, and that quilt is so beautiful!

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  5. well done little guy!

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  6. What an absolute doll he is! Keeping my fingers crossed that I may have a new shining star in my future too......

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  7. boy that quilt made me happy. the kid is cute too:)

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  8. Great job!! I am like that with the holiday goodies. Then I wake up the next day and grown as I head to the gym....why can't calories help you lose weight?:)

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  9. He's so adorable! What a lucky guy to hang out on such a beautiful and colorful quilt!

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  10. The baby is just darling and getting so big !!

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  11. Simply adorable:)

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  12. Oh my word. How cute is he??/ we have a new baby to love!

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  13. Oh my, what a cuie! I can never get tired of seeing that little sweetie pie!:-)

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  14. He is moving so much more than my little one who is just a few weeks behind him. I just used your flannel to make my daughter's Christmas dress. It's so pretty! The baby will be getting a matching one. It's already in the works.

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  15. Thank you for sharing Roman's babyhood with us. I love seeing him grow on your blog. I can't believe he is already crawling...more pics please.

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  16. what a cute doodlebug you have there AM ! Love the backdrop too.

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  17. Very cute and very exciting! Next chapter is about to begin! I caught our four month old trying to roll over today....time sure does fly!

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  18. The grow in a blink of eye at this age, Roman is so cute but he had a lot to live up too with his siblings! Looking forward to the Christmas photo!

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  19. It seems like only yesterday that you were telling us that you were execting roman! Now, look at him go! My goodness time fys when you are having a good time!

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  20. how adorable , i love that age .

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  21. What a sweetie!

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  22. So cute!!! Wonderful photos. I just came across your beautiful aprons through Acacia Catalog which led me to looking up your site and wowsers - there are so many beautiful items! Thanks for sharing your talent with us.

    Hope you have a wonderful holiday season,
    Linda

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  23. sees. wants. gets. is good! Are you sneaking a little peek of something to come up there on your new winter header? I'd love the see the rest of whatever that is! Love the cute buttons-- the one on the dress and the one on the blanket! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    xo Simone

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  24. Bernadette Noll11:08 AM

    Beautiful. All of your creations. Love to see how other mamas of many do it. Loved your interview in Craftzine too.

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  25. I love how your place is just full of colors and patterns! What a great place for a child to grow up in!!!

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  26. I have a sees. wants. gets. little one, myself...she is still working on the "gets" part at 7 months! :)

    Cute post!

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  27. wow, what a cutie pie, and such a lucky boy to live in such a colorful world!
    Just have to share this: today I was catching up on my blog reading on my lunch hour at work. Your site was blocked as PORN! I thought, "huh. maybe she showed a breastfeeding shot"? But no... the same page that loaded yesterday is here today! Go figure... but I had a little chuckle. :)

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  28. What a lovely colourfull photos you have at your blog!!!

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  29. I just wanted to drop by and let you know that I’ve linked to gift tags/labels that you designed. The post is located here http://burdart.blogspot.com/2009/11/free-printable-artist-made-gift-tags.html There is also a text only post for slower connections just below it. Thank you for sharing your art so freely. I would love it if you would let me know if you have designed other tags or labels that should be included. And please, by all means, share this post. Stamp out store tags! ;)
    Francie

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  30. Does your little Roman sport a big ol smoochy kiss on his cheek there? Looks like it to me! And really, how could anyone help it? Suzen

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  31. cute pic overload :)
    really sweet pictures

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  32. He's adorable!
    For me, I see your new fabric, and I want your new fabric, and I can't wait to get the new fabric!

    My local shop says they should have it this month. I can't wait!

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  33. That little dog reminds me of a little pup my little man had at a similar age. Our little pup was called Prickle. He's still a much adored part of my sons life, nine years on!

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  34. Kelly7:22 PM

    How would I go about copying the quilt Roman is lying on? I love the narrow strips. Is the quilt pattern on your blog or in your book (which is on my Christmas list!)? How about the fabric? Are there certain stacks I should buy to get the same mix? kduffield@duffield-law.com

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  35. Ah, success! :) Happy belated Thanksgiving to you!

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  36. Roman is such a cutie! I love seeing all the pictures of him. It's so exciting to watch babies discover new things :)

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  37. HI Kelly- the blocks are just simple log cabin blocks which you can easily find a tutorial for online (though it is one of the blocks that I teach in Seams to Me)and the fabric is all from my Good Folks line0 just a random assortment!xo,Anna

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  38. These photo's are adorable, love the baby and the patchwork blanket :-)

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  39. Kelly1:09 PM

    Thanks for responding Anna Maria!

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  40. You have a heart-warming blog going on here. As an ancient and grumpy Gramps from across the pond I can't help but admire the fine quilting skills the Pilgrim Fathers (but mainly Pilgrim Mothers) carried with them on their voyage across the Atlantic. The colour and comfort you provide for your family and share with the world does you credit Ma'am!
    Fine young sprog you have there too, give him a hug from me and tell him he's famous on the internet!
    Warm wishes and kindly blessings on you all,
    Carl Horner - back in England.

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  45. Alison2:04 PM

    Love seeing pics of your gorgeous bebe he is so darn cute! Now....any chance you could post a picture of the quilt in full - I want to see more of it! I am a new quilter and have a full set of FQs of Good Folks might be perfect for a log cabin which I have never made before. So would love to see have you have "randomly" put the colours together.

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