Monthly Archives: November 2005

Nativity Rehersal Blues

Middle Son (age: 4yrs, at Nativity Program dress rehearsal) Dress rehearsal was very scary. Darling son refused to be Joseph this year, so they gave the part to Jason, Jason now has strep. Thus, our son was cast as Joseph, … Continue reading

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A Season for Praise

We were reading the book, Catching Their Talk in a Box, by Betty M. Hocket. It is about a young woman that learned to praise God no matter what happened in her life. God used bizarre and disappointing things to … Continue reading

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Project 2 finished!

I finished my PJ bottoms from class and they turned out great! I decided to implement my new found “tailoring” information to see if I could make my own pattern for my daughter. Everything turned out great until we tried … Continue reading

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Sewing Lessons Begin!

I begin sewing lessons today! We will be making PJ’s and learning how to do elastic waistbands and draw strings. This should be good for sewing pants for the boys too. Two of the children have been sick since yesterday … Continue reading

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Awana Pinewood Derby

The sanding is complete! After 2 weeks of sanding and one week of painting, my husband carefully weighted and placed wheels on all the cars tonight. My oldest son drew up his own designs this year. My middle son had … Continue reading

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American Girl

My daughter was just getting to the age to appreciate the American Girl dolls and books. We were quite disappointed to find out that they are affiliated with a company called Girls Incorporated. I checked out the web-site of Girls … Continue reading

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1st Sewing Attempt

I have completed my first sewing project! I took my daughter to the fabric store to pick out her favorite fabric and a pattern with “no buttons or bows in the back.” We also made a matching hair scrunchie that … Continue reading

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