Helen dressed William in a Christmas present. Isn't he cute?
William loves his Grandpa. He even says his name. No "Omi" yet.
Oh, that weather. It changes from from 70 to 27 up or down over night and often. Woke up to snow. Sigh.
William doesn't care. If Mommy drives, he will visit. Potato pancakes with homemade fresh applesauce.
When William takes his nap, Mommy can go into the guest/sewing room. Helen surprised me by sorting out her things before we arrived. Perfect timing since James and I decided after arrival that all the carpet in the house needed a major cleaning. We had to get things off the floors for Chem-Dry to do the job, so we piled everything up on the beds. It was fun afterwards to think how to set up the sewing room to make it more efficient. Helen and I both think it is a great improvement and well worth the time spent to do it.
William helped Helen to place the snake heads in the best direction. Helen had found the pattern on the internet and is doing a great job.
The sewing room upstairs is also the diaper-changing room. William likes to go up and down the stairs and of course there are toys too. His favorite is Noah's Ark. A few days ago he discovered the window sill. All the animals have to go in pairs. Well, he had encouragement.
These are 6 of 12 blocks which came in 12 big brown envelopes to Helen at Christmas and birthday time. I found a free BOM quilt pattern on the internet which I really liked and made "kits" as surprises. It was fun for me and I hope it is fun for Helen too. She kept telling me that we need quilts in the townhouse.
And yes, we had a Super Bowl Party too. Helen, Ben, William, James and I had a good time. Lots of snack stuff. I forgot to take pictures though. Only remembered when William played peek-a-boo behind the curtains. But there is a video here, proof that William likes spicy salsa.
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