What a wild, crazy, wonderful Christmas we are having! And I won’t make you wait one minute longer for this adorable picture of Izzy in her Christmas outfit:
Isn’t she precious? We are having such fun with her. She is so sweet and so active! She doesn’t sit still for a minute. Thank goodness there are usually at least 7 adults around to keep tabs on her. Here’s a picture of the whole crew – me and hubby, my sister, two sons, daughter-in-law, granddaughter and parents:
We have a very small house and to say there are wall to wall people is no joke! But it is wonderful and we are enjoying every minute of it. I’ll see you in a few days to catch you up.
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What an awesome picture of the three generations. And of course Izzy is SO cute, love her Christmas outfit!
Izzy looks darling! Happy holidays to you and yours.
She’s turned into a little girl, no longer a baby! I’ve been waiting for your photos. The outfit is spectacular, only to be outdone by that beautiful picture of your family. Happy New Year,
WOW, Dorothy! That outfit turned out great. Do you have any close up pictures?
How cute! She’s really changed! Love the outfit, too, perfect for an active kiddo!
Wow Dorothy! What a beautiful family you have! I know what you mean with the small house stuff, but a house full of family just can’t be beat! Izzy looks like cuteness overload! I just wanna kiss her and run all over the house with her! (Well for a few minutes anyway);) Her outfit rocks! What a doll baby you have to knit for! Happy Holidays to all!
How adorable! Good thing she’s outnumbered by the adults. The other day we were outnumbered by the kids – it was crazy!
Wonderful family photos. The outfit looks so cute on Izzy – tres chic!
How cute! Bet you had fun knitting that. When life calms down again at your house we want more details!
Our babies are turning into beautiful little girls. How quick it happens. Love the pictures.
That might just be the cutest baby ever! (After John’s grandchildren, of course!)
So, did you get any good yarny Christmas presents??
This is Marilyn, your mother’s sister’s third child. Your mother emailed me and told me to look at your blog. We haven’t seen each other for decades. Beautiful pictures of your work and family. I too like to do handwork, as does my sister, Kay. It must run in the family.