I Love Thursday #101 Small Blessings

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    She seems to be growing bigger and more toddler like every week! I think it’s having a great big brother to lead the way that helps her develop so fast! I love children’s writing. That’s a well developed writer and a grayt picture! =)

  2. Angie says:

    You know I am not a quilter when I read the words “Jelly Roll” and think – here comes the dessert! I love kids books, and Sesame Street all the better. As always, the pix of the littles are adorable!

  3. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Good Morning, Roseanne. Lovely likes especially those little ones. Addison looks like she is catching up fast and catching onto things. Every stage has its challenges I used to say. All will pass in time and onto the next thing. Loving all the reading to them happening, that will definitely pay off.

  4. nanamickie says:

    hahahaha Addison sighing makes me crack up! I love that artwork and message about the lunch room! Such wonderful blessings around you! Hugs!

  5. Sally says:

    What cool tables! Mabel has the same “taste” in books. I have a few that have been read around the edges by her or her friends. I have yet to buy/use a jelly roll – but they sure look pretty!

  6. Jeanne says:

    Are you going to do a jelly roll project? I sometimes find well-loved kids’ books at garage sales, the grandsons enjoy them. Your Littles are adorable!

  7. Colette says:

    Love the see the little ones. Addison’s hair is getting long, and it is fun to see them interact. How sweet he reads to her. The artwork is cute. Who wouldn’t want to participate in Jelly Roll Day?

  8. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    So much goodness here! Those littles always always delight my heart! I guess you could say they are “grayt”!

  9. chrisknits says:

    What a cute picture of the grayt lunchroom. LOL! And adorable pics of the kiddos.

  10. At the school where I taught, I’m not sure the lunch tables were quite so “grayt!” They definitely weren’t in rainbow colors, which would be so fun! I don’t gave a jelly roll in my stash – now I wish I did! Love seeing how Addi must keep up with big brother. She’s got the sigh down now – I’m sure the teen eye roll will be next!

  11. mary says:

    The framed four square is a great idea and looks like fun the way you chose to do it. The artist is not only “grayt’ but smart.

  12. lapaylor says:

    how nice to work in a “grayt” school (gotta love phonics!lol) with artwork and good kids. I bet they love you. happy JR day!

  13. Pat says:

    So much to smile about in your post. Thanks for sharing the artwork, the books, the littles with me, Roseanne …<3 Pat

  14. So, Dominic has given over the orange ring?! Cute photos of the littles; I can hear the giggles. I like “grayt” lunchrooms too – haha!

  15. Vicki in MN says:

    The kids always look like they play together so well-do they? Or are you just catching them at the right moment!

    • Andi says:

      Most of the time they do but Dominic has started his terrible twos phase and will push her over. But they are always right by each other

      • Roseanne says:

        Terrible twos do not apply to Dominic! He’s never terrible – momma is wrong in this case. ~smile~ Roseanne

  16. The art work and text is so sweet! Seeing the Sesame Streets books remind me I need to order some for Evelyn — she’s enjoying puzzles and books! As always Addison & Dominic bring a smile to my face!

  17. Connie says:

    So cute! The tongue sticking out is how I feel today, I’m with ya, little one! Thanks for taking me into the weekend smiling again!

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