Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Two exciting things:o)

My first very exciting thing is that I am being featured on Quiltstory today for the sock monkey blanket I made Blake!!!!!! I am so flattered and happy that Heather and Megan decided to feature Blake's blanket :o) Thank you so very much!!!!! Go check their site out it has lots of beautiful quilts and other inspiration too.






The second thing was yesterday we decided to round up the troops ( all two of them) and heard down to the Children's Museum in Short Pump. There are two Children's Museums in Richmond and if you have a child over the age of 4, I would bypass the Short Pump version. We made the best of it and had some fun.



Adam quickly found the digging area with some special surprises in the box.





Katy found the Art room



My beautiful girl



This is how she makes her flowers look almost look like Picasso's I love this method, it is very personal.


The favorite is the water area!



And this was my FAVORITE part of the trip!!!! Whole Foods is across the street!!!!!


Tonight is Quilting Guild and tomorrow is the National Zoo!!!!! Spring Break may be the end of me! 


Kim :o)

5 comments :

amylouwho said...

Quilting Guild? Which one?

I never did make it to the Children's Museum, but I heard good things about it. I didn't know there were two though....

And I {heart} whole foods and TJs!

Quiltstory said...

Thank you for sharing your great quilt with us!! Sounds like you're having a busy spring break, wow a museum and zoo back to back, you're impressive!

Sara @ Sew Sweetness said...

Oh today's the day huh?!? YAY!! That childrens' museum looked like fun. We had a membership to the one by us, last year. They had nice exhibits there, but it was just too overcrowded with kids unless you got there before it opened. I love her flower painting too, really pretty!

Miss Sews-it-all said...

Wonderful quilt, congrats on your feature! Oh that museum looks like fun, we have an awesome Children's Museum at Navy Pier here in Chicago, and the water room is by far my tots fav!

Have you found www.WeAllSew.com yet? Lots of great sewing and quilting projects and tips, I think you would love it!

Belinda said...

Love this post! I was reading your profile and saw that you too wish there were more hours in the day. Unfortunately, my body gives out so too many more hours wouldn't really do me any good. Ha!!

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