I Love Thursday #114 Abundant Blessings

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    You are so BLESSED! They are both adorable, but there is enough difference to know which was which. I love that they appear to be so close as siblings – emotionally close. Thanks for sharing that red ribbon, as that’s also smile-worthy. I snitched it. =)

  2. They are all great favorites! I like the fabrics you chose for the 2020 project. If I do not settle down and get going I will be on this computer all day! LOL Hugs

  3. nanamickie says:

    I just love that photo of Addie and Dom laughing together 😀 Great likes this week and thanks for the inspiration you always send us! Happy Holidays!

  4. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Hi Roseanne, lovely likes and funny how we all love to look at other people’s fabrics. I smile the whole while I’m looking at the little ones. Thanks for that. Meanwhile, congrats on being on that list…I’d never heard of it and still not sure of what those things mean…but all sounds good. I will have to get back to it when I have a chance.

  5. Dominic and Addison are so adorable! Congrats on the blog rating! Winter Solstice means the days are going to start to get longer! Can’t wait!

  6. Those fabrics are so great…but kids and Christmas makes my heart swoon. I just love seeing them amidst the lights and the wonder it brings. Great to see you on that blog list!

  7. That Crayola Kaleidoscope fabric is so fun! It will be perfect for those monthly color blocks, Roseanne! Love the picture of Addison under the tree, too. And, boy, can you ever tell that those two are related with their 11 month pictures! So cute!

  8. Congrats! (and, it was fun to ‘vote’ for you, too!)
    Enjoy your Winter Solstice Walk!

  9. Sally says:

    Ooh – I saw that collection of fabrics earlier this year – I wanted to take them all home with me (I settled at the time for two). Yay for the solstice – just the promise of longer days is good.

  10. lapaylor says:

    Oooo a prettily wrapped gift is a gift in itself! Love your village tradition of light, the fabric is really pretty. Who is jen and what’s the new color challenge?

  11. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Blessed indeed as are all the lives you two touch! And you can be sure I “liked” your listing! If only they had a “really really love it” button!

  12. Cocoa Quilts says:

    I went and checked out the top quilt blog list. It was so nice to see so many I knew on the list. Not sure I wanted to see so many I don’t follow on the list, I needed to add many of them to my follow list. That list keeps growing!! So many pretty things to look at!!

  13. Pat says:

    Congrats on the top blog list! I am not surprised. I love your blog. Thanks for all the good stuff … 🙂 Pat

  14. Colette says:

    Oh so many great things. The ornament picture made me smile. Love the picture of Dominick with the lights it is so sweet, and his face is so full of that wonder of childhood. Great fabrics, and the solstice celebration. What Addison is not an angel? Did her halo slip just a bit? Blinds, kids, dogs, cats, and old folks. Grrrr.

  15. Vicki in MN says:

    The path lighting sounds fun! Love your selections of fabric for Jen’s Color Block. Congrats on being one of the top 110! Any idea how you got on there?

  16. My week wouldn’t be complete without a peek at the littles. So cute! You like wrapping presents? My most unfavorite task. Haha! I’ll be right over with all my gifts . . .

  17. Aww..great post Roseanne! Congrats on the blog rating — I’m not surprised ♥

  18. Kate says:

    Love the photos of the dynamic duo. I bet they keep Mom really busy.

  19. Denise says:

    Great post Rosanne. Love the adorable photos.

  20. Connie says:

    Awww…so sweet! No mistaking these two, definitely siblings, the 11 month shot is so dang cute! And congratulations on the blog rating…was there really any doubt? 😉

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