Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Prepping for Scrap Saturday

Tonight during our Wednesday Night Sewing Group, I got started cutting out all the fabrics I need to make the quilt I mentioned in my last post. I managed to get all my light fabrics cut. I got a start on the green fabrics, but still need quite a few more to cut. Hopefully by tomorrow evening I will have the rest of the fabrics cut and ready to start.



Earlier today, The baby play group met at Cora's Restaurant. Its a great restaurant that caters only to breakfast and lunch. They close 3pm. Since most of the Mommies are going to be heading back to work in the next month or two, we decided instead of meeting at one of our homes, we would go out for breakfast. Well, of the 9 mommies and babies, 5 of us got together with our children and had a wonderful time!!! The babies got to munch on our breakfast right along side of us and they were all so well behaved!!!





I am going to miss our weekly playgroup get togethers when all our maternity leaves are over and we all head back to work.

This afternoon, Mum and I and William went to one of the local shopping centres to just look around. We had nothing in mind to buy, but if something caught our eye we would get it. I bought a couple new CDs, and some new "bowl food" bowls (which I have to return as I later noticed when I got home there were a couple cracks in them). Anyway, part way through the afternoon, we decided to go to one of the restaurants in the mall for a bit of dessert. We both bought crepes. I bought this delicious Chocolate Eruption Crepe!



It was soooooooooooo yummy!!! Apparently, William thought so too!!!!



I bought another baby gate to put up in one of the two doorways of my kitchen. I will take his playpen to close up the other doorway. That way I can also seal up my recipe bookcase, as he loves to check out all my recipe books!!! LOL Now I will be able to compound the child in the kitchen with me while I get to have an afternoon or morning to play in the kitchen and do some baking or other experimental cooking! He has figured out where the stainless steel bowls are as well as my plastic cabinet. So by him hauling out all those things and keeping himself occupied, I won't need to worry about him getting bored!



What a silly little boy I have!!!!

Quiltingly Yours
Andrea

3 comments:

Caren Kristine said...

What a cute little boy! I agree with him, that dessert looks great!

Connie said...

What a little cutie! That sounds like a fun time. Good luck with your green.

ButtonMad said...

What a sweetie. I'm amazed you find the time for any quilting at all!
Tamara
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