Today I took him to school and helped in the class. His teacher actually told me that yesterday was Q day and the kids were to bring a Q item to share. Ryan was very proud of the quilt!! I thought that was just adorable.
We left early for school so we stopped for a morning snack:
On a quilt front, I made the second block for the 1857 Album Quilt. Thank you, Lori, for reminding me that it's ok to machine appliqué!
I've been admiring the 1857 quilt but haven't joined in yet. If I do, the blocks will be machine appliqued.ReplyDelete
I'll bet Ryan doesn't think you are a bad Nana! : )ReplyDelete
That's really sweet!! Must have been a little quilt.ReplyDelete
A is for your adorable grandson...bet he was so proud of his quilt!ReplyDelete
No i'm sure he thinks you are the best grandma of the world ! Ah ah !ReplyDelete
What a cutie! Great that he had his special quilt for show and tell--I like your applique block--that is a lovely deep red hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Spoiling is what Grandmas & Grandpas do! DH's motto is "spoil them and give them back." That's neat that he brought a quilt for show and tell! PS: we really don't spoil them much.ReplyDelete
If you are a "bad" nana then I'm a "bad" auntie ... that cake pop had all the basic food groups in it, right? BTW ... so does ice cream (which was my go to "baddie" food when my nieces and nephew were that age). He will remember that breakfast and that day with you in his class FAR LONGER than he will remember other days ... ENJOY!! LindaReplyDelete
No way he is 6 already!!! Still adorable. How cute to take a quilt for show and tell.ReplyDelete
Randy, I am so proud of little Ryan making his Nana beam! PS....omg, he looks like MARK!!!!!ReplyDelete