Tuesday, September 11, 2012

owls and owie

My daughter loves owls ( inspired by her dad ) and this year seems to be the year of owls everywhere. fabrics, wall attire ect.. she saw this fabric and had to make something, she finished two of these one for herself and one for her friend. cute! so proud of her and i was thinking she'd never sew...
Grand babe #1 had a sore ending to his weekend.. they stopped by my house after getting home from  visiting uncle Jason/auntie Jessie in Duluth. Next thing we knew we were off to the emergency room...no stitches but a nasty cut... on a happier note out came the 2nd tooth!

enjoy your day!                 jody 


  1. Oh how cute! My daughter loves owls too and I had to make her a pillow for her bedroom. Yes, it does seem this is the year for owls!

  2. Hello Jody, yes, Owls are good luck to, seems to be the year of the Owl, maybe a good thing. Glad no stitches, the tooth fairy will be by tonight though. Blessings Francine.

  3. Oh your poor grandson.At least he has some cool boy things to share at school..smile...I can remember as a child owls were the big thing in decorating everything comes back.Warm Blessings!~Amy

  4. Owls are in style now....yes, I loved them when they weren't. When I was in 5th grade, I made a paper mache owl!

    Your grandson looks so cute missing his tooth! Love those pics of snaggle tooth kids! :) Sorry he had to have stitches, but glad he's smiling now!


  5. I love owls and have two pictures of owls hanging above my bed in my bedroom.
    Your grandson looks cute without his tooth. Hope that his finger will heal quickly.


  6. The owls are so much fun...I love them, too! And it's never a dull minute with kids! I have four grown sons...but I remember making those trips to the ER several times! Hope you're having a good week! Hugs!

  7. so cute wonderful fabric. poor little one I hope his finger is better soon.

  8. The toothless smile is so precious.