The spindles were what first drew me to the chairs and then the grain of the wood was so beautiful and rich. I'm not sure if its something to mention or brag about or what but if you're curious they were 15.00 a piece. I think its a steal and the thrift store where I found them supports a transitional housing group so I feel good about giving them my money.
Of course AJ wanted up in the chairs so I thought it would be a good time to take pictures of her braids (which I LOVE) and her new sun hat (which of course she refuses to wear!!). The sunhat is a pattern from a book by Emma Hardy "Making Children's Clothes." It has adorable clothes and has been a good book to have when sewing for a small child.
She has an itchy nose in this picture. This morning as I was getting ready for church and leaning over the bathtub washing my hair I could hear that the house was very quiet, too quiet.
Little hands had a hard time not taking the hat off so I promised her a couple of rabbit marshmallows. Something I try not to do but really wanted to take these pictures of her.