What great photo's - yes, he has grown so!!
What a cutie! Looks like he really likes the quilt!
Tell me about it. My oldest grandboy is 22! My oldest grandgirl is 21 and married almost a year now! Of course, my youngest grands are 1 and 2+. Hard to believe they are so old... while I am still 18. How does that work?Love your quilt, and the little inhabitant, too. He sure is sweet.Hugs
So wonderful to get pics like that! Of the sweet baby actually using and obviously snuggling right ito that quilt you made for him! I made a quilt for a great nephew, and they loved it (and I believe them...they really did love it), and sent a pic of the baby lying in top of the quilt. Very carefully places so as to touch as little of it as possible. I know it's in a cupboard, too "good" to use. Sigh.
Excuse all the typos. Fingers too big for little ipad keyboard.
Oh how sweet! Looks as if your gorgeous eye spy quilt provides many a hug to your sweet grand-baby!!
It's so good to see the quilts we make used. How cute.Yes they do grow too quickly.. Let's enjoy every moment
Wow! It means so much to see a quilt being loved by a little one! Looks super cosy.
Oh the sweetness! That cutie pie loves his quilt, what could be better?
Oh my goodness he is sooo cute! I agree they grow way too fast.
How sweet! And yes, they grow up too fast - Emmy turned three today!
Aww so cute, yea they do grow too fast. Cute quilt you made.
If they grow anything like our children do, then it is definitely way too fast! Val those are the sweetest photos!
Oh Val! What sweet pictures. He is getting so big.
What a precious little guy. Sounds like you've got a concensus - yes, they do grow too fast!
Great quilt and what an adorable little one.
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Auto correct got me. Anyway, now I know what is meant by an everyday quilt. Cute little cuddler wrapped in that quilt.
I have to admit, your comments make me smile! Thanks for sharing and for letting me know you stopped by. I Hope your day is awesome!Val:)