My two babies! (When did they become BABES???)
And here are their babies (including the one wiggling around in my DIL's tummy!) The two sitting on the ends of the loveseat are my daughter's daughters. The boy, the two girls in the middle and the one hidden under the pink sweatshirt are my son's children.
My eldest granddaughter is now taller than me! She is now 15, soon to be 16. I've told her several times that she's not allowed to grow up. But, just like a kid, obviously has never listened. Here are all the grownups, as my grandkids called us: DIL Dana, son Brad, daughter Cindy, me, GrinninGrampa, SIL Tim.
The three youngest granddaughters and I made cookies together.All the kids were supposed to participate but the ones at the opposite end of the grandkid-age-category (eldest granddaughter and grandson, who is currently the youngest) bailed on us. They did help a little, however, with the decorating and helped a lot with the eating.
I hope your Thanksgiving was as wonderful as ours!
What's that? You say enough of the family pictures and let's get on with the monthly Giftaway? Oh. Okay.
But first, didn't you notice that I never posted the pictures of all the prizes? You saw the picture of the Christmas cup and saucer and I said that I might give away another vintage apron.
Well, I've changed my mind about giving away one of my aprons. I've decided to give away TWO of them. (It IS the month for giving, you know...)
The winner will also receive a couple of my handmade ornies (ornaments). I just need to know whether this person prefers primitive or cottage-style. And of course, there are always the surprises that I like to include.
So, who is the winner? The name that was drawn this month is: Judy of Brocante and Etc.
Congratulations, Judy! Please email me at Miller.email@example.com with your snail addy and preference.
And now it's time for me to get to work on this month's Giftaway! Leave a comment to qualify. Everyone who left comments before this post (December commenters only ;) ) already have their names in the proverbial pot! Good luck!