I am still home, but not for long as I am leaving for Holland tomorrow morning.
Baby girl still has not made her grand entrance, and even though my sister is anxious for her arrival she had to deal with other challenges. On friday she got a call that her 2 year old broke her leg at school. My stomach was turning all weekend thinking about it, and trying to come up with new adventures to share with her. To top it all off, Baby girl decided to flip and is now breech.
so what do I do? I pray, I keep busy, play with my boys( hugging them every chance I get), and stitch up rainbows of colour as we all enjoy the Mundial..
I know I don't need to ask you for your prayers, or that you keep us all in your heart.
I am sad to leave the boys behind as I will miss them, and that includes Mr Beloved. But I am also so grateful to be in a position to go and help.
I will attempt to keep you all 'in the know' as far as it is possible, and promise to take LOADS of pictures.
Thanks for caring,
Update: I spoke to my sis this afternoon and the doctor managed to manually flip Baby Girl! Glory be to God!
And they are hoping to induce her on Friday morning, if Baby doesn't decide to beat them to it. In any case, this gives me time to arrive.
Thank you all so very very much!
This is my Strawberry Fields quilt which I started hand-quilting. Unfortunately it doesn't look like I will be finish it before leaving, but I am so very pleased with how it turned out. Thank you Lori, I really enjoyed the whole process of quilting along with you!
If you want to see some beauties go here...
...and in case you are wondering, I am determined to stitch through this!!!
I have my Klosjes prepared, packed and ready... Can't wait to have a 'Klosjes Zaterdag' in The Netherlands!!!
:)...and this is just one more hexi-flower I had to sneak in for One Flower Wednesday while doing last minute packing...