Friday, December 26, 2008

Thank you Mrs. Karen!

I have this amazing friend in the blogging world. We've never met in person, but we are kindred spirits with so much in common. She was so kind to make some of the CUTEST doll blankets and pillows for us to give Rebekah for Christmas. She LOVED them! So, Karen, this is for you!

I was able to get a few photos of the dolls, all tucked in and ready for their nap.

Please, no one call DHS for this. Rebekah said this was her new doll's bedroom! Too cute. This was Rebekah's big gift from Mommy and Daddy. It's the My First Kenmore Washer and Dryer. She loves it and as you can see, has many more uses than just washing and drying!! And in case you were wondering, there are air holes in there, "just in case!" :-)


Michelle said...

How cute is that!! I love the babies in the washer. I did the same thing when I was a little girl!

debbiearnn said...

Oh! Even though I'm not Ms. Karen, I so much enjoyed being in Bekah's room while she played with her babies...that's great!

Karen said...

I have to make something for Rachel!
"Did she make something for me?"
"No, just for Rebekah." :(

Of course, you know me. Say the word and it's yours! :)

An adorable video and I'm so glad Rebekah liked them! :) And dang girl, you got yourself a southern accent. Now I'll always be reading your blog with a twang!! I never really thought about it before! :)

Jennifer said...

She'll be fine! But if you ever have some scraps left over from a project, you can save them for her! Bekah has been really nice and has shared her blankets with her sister. Not like Rachel, who has a much harder time sharing her things with Bekah! :-)

I am a true southern gal - through and through! I did think to myself when I watched the playback of the video, "I can hear the southern drawl!" Now this can add some spice to your blog reading - glad to help you out!

Karen said...

What can I make for Rachel? (remember, it has to be easy!)