Can you tell by looking at their faces who’s enjoying the ride the most? I really think that Doodlebug will be our little daredevil when she finally gets adjusted, but right now, the riding mower is just not for her (although she really likes her hat and sunglasses.)
This sad picture is of the girls after being sent to bed against their will “more than once.” Desheng Darling is quietly looking through her books in her bed…albeit upside down in her bed. But Doodlebug is headed back to the toy box for more jewelry.
Look at these beautiful quilts that Nanny Darling, Aunt Muh, and Aunt Sherry made for the girls. I can’t imagine them not wanting to go to bed and snuggle up under these beautiful quilts! Can you? I am so thankful for these gifts!!! Hours and hours of time were put into each one.
This one belongs to DD. Aunt Sherry digitized and appliquéd this design. She even embroidered this symbol on each corner.
It is gorgeous. The pictures don’t really do it justice.
This beautiful quilt was made for Doodlebug. Although you can’t see it in the picture, each fan has fine lace on the edges and beautiful butterflies worked into the quilting pattern. DB’s quilt was delivered this weekend when several of my family members came to meet Doodlebug. Of course, they brought all kinds of other gifts, too. (And we wonder why our girls are so spoiled?) LOL
Aunt Muh brought the girls some cheerleading costumes. DD doesn’t want to take hers off. She wanted to wear it to play group this morning at McD’s.
Aunt Sherry and Uncle Al also brought a bubble machine! What fun!!!
Nanny brought gifts and a special book for DD. It’s a wonderful book that I’ll post about when I can do it justice.
Today was Doodlebug’s first play date! She didn’t participate much while the girls were playing, but she enjoyed the eating part immensely. LOL She ate her meal, as well as, part of DD’s.