Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Still Waiting

I came home and found these from my husband isn't he just the sweetest! And for no special reason.
 Then in the mail my aunt sent me this Christmas stocking. It is a recycled felted sweater. I just love it!
 Then I made some cranberry scones. mmmm
Still no baby oh it is hard waiting.  I am as ready as I can be for Christmas so I am waiting for the fat man and a baby which will come first???????

16 comments:

katie said...

Come on baby.

Donna said...

The flowers and stocking were sweet gifts but a baby is the sweetest! I am an operating room nurse and today we did a carpal tunnel on a patient. The first thing she asked the surgeon was if she could hold babies at Christmas! Lol. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!!!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathy ~
Imagine how your dear daughter feels...lol!
Your scones look yummy!!!
What a sweet hubby.
Merry Christmas :)
Lauren

Kim said...

What a lucky girl you are. I hope the baby arrives soon. Waiting for such a joyful event can be brutal.

Julia said...

Hope that the baby comes soon. Waiting is the hard part. You are a lucky woman to receive such nice gifts. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. JB

moosecraft said...

Waiting for a fat man and a baby!!! LOL! You sure did crack me up this morning!!!! I know we are all (out in blogland) waiting to hear news of the baby.. and see pics! Merry Christmas!

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Just reading your last several posts ~ Love the trip to Strawberry Banke ~ love the scones ~ and your dump finds!! Isn't it amazing what people throw away ~ my husband thinks it's amazing what I will keep!!! Merry Christmas!

RNNJ said...

Merry Christmas! Thoroughly enjoy your posts and all of your "dump" and thrift store "conquests"! A woman after my own heart.

I think all of "out here" are looking forward to the new baby, too.
Cheers!
Kathleen

Susanne said...

Great presents, lucky you! The scones look yummy. My cookie exchange cookie was a sugar cookie with crasins, pistachios, and chocolate chunks. Tried 2 different sugar cookie recipes but I didn't like the looks of them. Oh, they tasted great and I brought them, still..... Maybe I should try a scone recipe for more body.
Merry Christmas!
Susanne.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

A baby at Christmas!!!! My two favorite events! I'll be waiting for the news! The cranberry scones are looking very yummy to me right now! Linda

Thrifty Chic said...

All I do is wait for this baby. She's going to be in there until she is 18....

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Honey I have been trying to leave you a comment for days but for some reason it every time I tried on your site it would give me a Service Error 503 or something like that. lol
Anyway I am hoping this takes tonight because I wanted to wish you a very Merry Christmas.
Hope your baby comes today because it is my daughters birthday today!
I know you are excited and I loved the comment about baby or fat man. lol
I wanted to tell you I know how you feel about loosing your mom I lost mine two years ago and it is so hard especially around the holidays.
Merry Christmas
Love ya
Maggie

vintagesue said...

roses in the winter for no reason is romantic perfection!!!!
that upcycled stocking is soooo cute!!
maybe a christmas baby??? lol.
and i always feel like a fat man with or without a suit!! haha.
hang in there!!! you always inspire.
take care
sue

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

What a sweet husband! Merry Christmas to you both.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I love for no good reason gifts. Lucky you!!!

greeneyes616 said...

My Nephew was born 12/20/2010 was a beautiful and Gods most beautiful gift for Christmas he weighed 6.5 and 8 inches but he is a perfect peanut...and an angel..Phillip James...God Bless Thanks for the smile and the pictures Pattricia