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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Some progress

I know. I haven't taken time to post lately. I have, however, found a bit of time to stitch. The second flower on Floral Rondel is finished, thanks in part to the members of my ANG chapter. I took Erin to the meeting this week, and had about 25 eager babysitters (including MIL/Grandma), so I took the opportunity to stitch!

I'm now moving on to the center flower. Off to stitch for a bit while Erin is sleeping!

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Erin update: We're making progress, at least in sleeping for longer periods at night. There have been a couple of nights this week where I've been able to sleep for as long as 3 hours at a time. The respite is welcome! Three more weeks to continue working on a sleeping/nursing routine before I go back to work and have to get us out of the house at a regular (early) hour each day!

5 comments:

NCPat said...

This is progressing nicely! Good luck with the rescheduling!

Love to Stitch 99 said...

Beautiful progress on Floral Rondel. This is really looking great.

Hope you will have time to rest a bit before returning to work.

Pierrette =^..^=

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

I love how the couching changes direction on the flower petals. Nice job there!

Good luck with getting Baby on a schedule and then yourself. But it will all settle down soon.

Hugs from CH where we have no babies and sometimes I'm glad and sometimes I'm sad. (Do puppies count?)

Jane

Karoline said...

Lovely progress on Floral Rondel. Good luck with getting Erin on a routine

Carol H said...

Hi, Jeanne.
Nice to see you're getting out. Unfortunately I was working so I missed the last meeting plus I can't make the April meeting since Passover starts that night. I just wanted to let you know that your blog weas a great help to a friend of mine. She was making a tallis bag for her nephew & it looked boring. She did what you did on the little purse & enhanced the gold stitching. She says "Thanks for the suggestion!"
Be well, Carol