Bushel and a Peck

This little cutie arrived at Baba and Gramps’ home on Friday evening after a long drive with her mommy and granny great. Daddy stayed at home. It was fun to sing to her (I love you a bushel and a peck, a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck) and enjoy some nursery rhymes, too. Her new bibs were waiting for her here from Great Uncle and Auntie from Texas. Yeehaw!

Her aunties and uncles arrived for dinner and some hugs and fun. Photo fail on my part.

On Saturday morning we made a quick trip to Molbak’s in Woodinville for a little shopping and found that they already had their poinsettia tree up and their amazing poinsettia varieties displayed.

The Christmas displays were up already, too, so it was fun to see many new things for the season.

Responding to granny great and smiling and sticking her little tongue out at me.

After our morning together and a trip to Molbak’s they left for a cousin’s birthday party north of us.

We corralled a great play area with ottomans as borders so she could crawl and pull herself up without getting to other hazards in the room.

It was great to have all three in our home for a couple of nights. Thankfully they made it over the pass and through the snow and ice safely home before 5pm on Sunday. Addy will not be happy to get back into that car seat anytime soon!

Update: We are so so thankful that our girls left early and were over the pass by 10am because we just saw the news that 1-90 was shut down both east and west over the pass and beyond at 12:15 today! Whew!

We are again grieving the evil killing of people just going about their day worshiping together. May God comfort all the families and friends of those killed and wounded at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

The Lord is near to the brokenhearted
    and saves the crushed in spirit.

Psalm 34:18 

13 thoughts on “Bushel and a Peck

  1. What a special time that you got to have with sweet Addy! Amazing how fast they grow and that she’s already trying to walk! Joining with you in prayers for the horrible tragedy in Texas!

  2. Hello, what a nice visit with Addy. She is just adorable. The poinsettias are beautiful. Love the family photos. Is it early for the snow, stay safe. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!

  3. Up on her tippy toes already! She’s so cute – what a nice visit you had and thankful for their safe return home. Praying for Texas – such terrible news once again.

  4. What a great time you all had together and Addy looks so much fun!
    Glad they all got home safely too!
    I just can’t fathom the horror facing that Texas church community…

  5. So many cute pictures of little Addy! She looks like such a happy baby! Praising the Lord with you for your travelers’ safe passage back to their home.

    I don’t think we ever get used to such tragedies as the one in Texas yesterday. Our hearts are longing for a better place.

  6. What precious photos of dear little Addy! Already standing – so sweet! So nice to see all the happy family photos with 4 generations. Lovely to see all the poinsettias, too. So glad that they had safe travels over the pass. My heart just breaks for the families who lost loved ones in Texas, especially the innocent children. I’ve been sending my prayers that they are being held in the arms of the Angels. x Karen

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