I Love Thursday #130 – Abounding Blessings

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    I’m so glad all of your family and loved ones are staying safe! All those children are adorable – that little Easter bunny greeting is too, too sweet! I can’t believe how fast Addison is growing. Both of them are so cute together.

  2. chrisknits says:

    Oh what fun is to be had when you are a little!!!

  3. helen says:

    I haven’t had pineapple upside down cake for ages, and we do have a tin of pineapple in the cupboard. I can see me making that soon. The photos of the little ones are lovely. Lovely to be reminded of how good life can be

  4. Haven’t had pineapple upside down cake in forever! Lovely loves…great Easter shots of the lovely kiddos!

  5. I can’t believe Colt is already one month old! Time flies even when we’re all stuck at home! Pineapple Upside Down Cake sounds so good! I only know one person who had the virus. I don’t want to get it. It sounds miserable!

  6. Kate says:

    Love the fun Easter pictures. The SIT still likes to get an Easter basket, but she’s over the Easter Egg hunt part of the day.

  7. All your pics of the kiddos are great as usual, but that Easter bunny Colt is so dang cute. Your pineapple upside cake looks scrumptious!

  8. Colette says:

    Colt is so sweet. ROFL who would have thought you would have to tell Addison. Please do not step on your brother’s face. As usual the kiddos are the stars. Your pineapple upside down cake looks yummy

  9. Sally says:

    I am grateful for every day that we are symptom-free. So glad you’ve been avoiding it, too. The kids are cute. How nice to see happy faces.

  10. Connie says:

    I laughed out loud at the foot in the face comment, persuasion at its finest…these 3 make me smile every week! Thank you for including them always, along with the great quilting pics and updates! You are surrounded by riches!

  11. laemperatrizgmailcom says:

    What a fun list! I haven’t had pineapple upside down cake in years, and it sounds delicious! The next time I venture out to the store I’ll try to find a can of pineapple! The kids are so cute, and I’m so so glad you’re all keeping well!

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Your post today is filled full of goodness and loves! It was such a pleasant read and so thrilled about your niece. All of the little ones and each of the pictures just made me smile. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful day!

  13. Hi Roseanne!
    Thank you for your LOVES!
    My sister made pineapple upside down cake last week … and I’ve been thinking about it … and now YOU talk about it … Maybe it’s time for me to make one of my own!
    The Littles are so darn cute!
    Thanks,
    Gail

  14. Rochelle Summers says:

    Such great photos. Could almost taste that upside pineapple cake…yummy! And the little kids are so great. Easter is such a delight. Sometimes the weather actually cooperates! I see little Addison checking on her brother to see what he is doing and know she will be trying EVERYTHING he does. Had one just like her!

  15. The cake looks yummy and I love the bay pictures, especially the little bunny. So cute. Stay safe!

  16. I LOVE pineapple upside down cake — truly my favorite! Aww…sweet Easter photos of the kids! Great Loves this week my friend ♥

  17. It’s so fun to pull out old family favorite recipes, isn’t it? Your pineapple cake looks yummy! Fun pics of the kiddos – love the “Some bunny loves you!” Painting with water looks very engrossing. So glad you and yours are all safe and healthy!

  18. Mickie says:

    Great photos of the family!!! Such cute bunny outfits! I am grateful you haven’t got anyone with the virus. We know of a few people that have had it but made it through (they were younger). Still isolating in PA–hugs to you and Sue!

  19. Mary says:

    Love Colts photo for Easter. Addison’s outfit is adorable.the post is so refreshing. Thanks

  20. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Oh such sweet Easter pics! And so happy to hear your niece is covid-free. It is really scary. I love pineapple upside down cake, but unfortunately, for now, there will be none in my house as I’m trying to stay good and low carb! That is very tempting though!!

  21. karenfae says:

    I hate wearing the mask but we did when we went to get groceries yesterday as well. and then sanitize everything – trying to remember what all I touched – so glad I just slipped my credit card in my pocket and carried my phone (my list is on my phone) and then wipe it off with a wipe when I get out to the car. Glad your niece is ok, one of mine had to do the same but was alright. Love those kinds of cakes and haven’t made one in ages – you have me wanting to make one now. – I don’t have pineapple but I have some canned peaches and pears or apples in the fridge – could use any of them!

  22. Gretchen says:

    Cute pictures! I don’t make pineapple upside down cake but when the rhubarb is big enough, I’ll make a rhubarb upside down cake in a cast iron skillet. My cake always falls apart but that’s ok, no one cares, tastes just as good.

  23. Happy to hear your Niece didn’t have the virus, scary stuff. I don’t care for anything with pineapple that has been cooked, but your cake looks yummy.

  24. Pineapple Upside Down cake – yum! We tackled grocery shopping yesterday too, masks in place. As soon as I got in the door, I had a hair on my tongue (ew). Of course, I couldn’t reach up and get it out. Had to chuckle at the weirdness of it all. Those two littles remind me of my two when they were that age. Lots of activity and giggles, most of the time. Great post, Roseanne!

  25. Barbara Esposito, TheQuiltedB says:

    All this sweetness is just what I needed to see this morning! Colt aka Easter Bunny with that little cotton tail sticking up is sure to be a treasured family picture – definitely one for the album! And so much cuteness with the Littles! Thanks for starting my day with a smile. Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week!

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