H is for Harry;
R is for Riley;
O is for Ollie;
My Mum had her partner’s eldest daughter, her husband and two children down (in Mt Gambier) at her house a few months ago.
And apparently they all sat down for dinner and the adults had their placemats but there weren’t any for the little ones – Harry and Riley.
Harry is 2 and Riley is nearly 1.
Ollie is their cousin and is a few months younger than Riley.
Of course, Riley has no idea about placemats and the like but Harry does and he asked where his placemat was.
-The thing this child says and does is funny as but that is an entirely different story altogether!-
Anyways, Mum told me the story and I was thinking about it and decided that it wouldn’t be all that hard to make him his own placemat.
So along with an extra 4 for Mum incase she has more visitors than placemats in the future I also made a H for Harry.
Apparently it was a real hit when he went down next.
The R and the O? Well, we all know that you can’t make one child a placemat without making one for the others! 🙂
- Blue Ladybirds – done 2/3/09
- Memories of Spring – done 23/3/09
- Blue Pinwheels – done 19/4/09
- Green Pineapple Blossoms – done 24/4/09
- 19 Placemats (4 Mum – done 13/5/09, 2 Xmas – done 29/6/09, 3 Boys – done 5/7/09, 8 Spare – done 6/6/09)
- Dorothy’s Quilt – done 9/6/09
- Berries for Breakfast
- Snail’s Trails
- Chelsea Steps
- It’s Puzzling
- Asian Hearts
- Galaxy of Scraps
- 9 Patch Medley
- Thousand Triangles
- Bento Box
- Stars in Court
- Kokeshi Dolls
- Choc Coconut Ice
- 12 placemats