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January 19, 2010


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Glad to hear you're all doing well. And if you figure out how to get crocheting please let me know. My baby's now 5 months and I'm missing my knitting and crocheting!


Oooh, I remember those days ... :o)




Ohhh that tiny ear! And that tiny hand. He's so precious. I can't wait for my little bundle to arrive!


i love that you have nicknamed the new arrival 'Pushchair Addition'..i think it adds a cute air ..i suspect he holds the post of dignified oversee-er!


Everything else can wait - just enjoying that little bundle with all those little hands and feet to marvel over :-)
(i will not get broody, i will not get broody.....)
sending love and hugs
Lesley x


How great that your gorgeous blankets are being put to such good use!!! Enjoy your time with Little B x


hi, lucy... i'm happy to know that you're ok and your family too! your photos are so beautiful and colour... it's all so sweeeeeeeeet! thanks for all, you make me feel good when i look your little world... xxx


Shhhhhh very quietly so as not to wake the little one...I am really happy to see You and know that You are doing well. The photograph of tiny B. just melts my heart xxx and the hyacinths are Gorgeous too, I can almost smell them. I agree with the early nights, get plenty of rest sweetie. You'll need it more now J has gone back. We are all here sending You lots of warm and energising thoughts and best wishes xxx
Love and Hugs


Lovely photo, Lucy. Glad all is going well - congratulations on getting out for the school run on time - not an easy task! You'll be back at the crochet very soon, I'm sure...


Lucy, so glad 'things are good' he looks so peaceful, take good care of yourself (if you get chance), amanda xxx


Aaaah! You're doing one of the best jobs (and hardest) jobs in the world, being a mum and juggling three children.

It's good to see the little joys in your day, otherwise you get swamped down. It's also good to see that lovely little ear and curled fingers snuggled in your colours.

May the sun continue to shine for you and your family.


Fiona B

So very glad to hear that things are good. It is so much fun to see little glimpses of Little B. Very , very sweet. Our youngest was jaundiced and time in the sun helped alot. Can remember well the days of being the milk tanker ~ wonderful and completely exhausting at the same time! I am amazed you find the time and energy to post at all. So glad that you do! xoxo

Susan Hardy

Oh Lucy,

He is so beautiful. I dont expect you have much time for any crafts at the moment. But hey, your an experienced Mum and you will soon be back to fitting it in once baby is settled into a routine.

All the best to you all!


Wel my little zakareeya is 8 and a half months old now and ive still not managed to get my sewing machine out more than once! But the time will come, baby time is precious right now, x

Halfway Crafter

Glad things are going well for you.


Good to see/read you! So glad things are going well, the photo of your little man is gorgeous. xx


congratulations on your day out!! :D


Ahh Lucy, you sound so happy ! I'm so pleased for you!
Your new addition is a little cutie!
Make sure you rest up!Rachel x


Ok thats me all broody again!
So precious and lots of hair, my girls both had lots of black hair although soon went blonde.
That milk machine feeling I remember it well, maybe not so broody now!!
much love take care


Good to hear you are enjoying your happy early days with your sweet baby! Eat lots of flapjack - oats are very good for us milk-tankers to keep up production! Plus of course, why wouldn't anyone want to eat flapjack?!


It's wonderful to hear that you are all doing well. Having a hubby at home to do some of the work while you are tending to baby can make such a big difference. Look at all that gorgeous hair, all of my babies were born with heads full as well. Get plenty of rest and lots of snuggles with that gorgeous babe (and the bigger kids too).

pip :: meetmeatmikes

What a teeny gorgeous creature! Well done you! xxx



I'm glad you and your little one are doing fine!
Take care!

~X~ Karin


So glad all is going well and that the little bundle is settling. I have just spent a few hours enjoying some of your earlier posts and it is so inspiring to see you enjoying every (or most of them) minute of your life and seeing the joy in the small things. Thanks for sharing.

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