Thursday, October 13

I ♥ Him

Hi all!  Bet you'd thought I fell off the planet!!  Things have been mucho busy at the Skinner casa lately.  The baby (well we technically can't call her a toddler I suppose since she refuses to toddle!!!) still isn't walking at nearly 21 months and the doctors have started running us ragged in the search of why and a fix.  They still think it's likely a case of WON'T and not CAN'T, but I decided it was time to be a little more proactive now.  If it's stubborness then physical therapy won't get in the way of her doing it when she's ready and if it's a developmental delay, then it can only help.  I'm still crafting at least once a week, but just haven't been online enough to catch up on blogging.  Now that we have gotten into the swing of the changes to our schedule, things are calming down.  :) :)

I won't leave you without SOMETHING crafty to show, so here is the latest project for my DT post at Paper Hoarders.  The challenge is to create something for Sweetest Day.  Team 1 (cards, altered projects, etc) had their go with the challenge last week and Team 2 (LOs) show their stuff this week.  If you'd like details or to see the rest of the projects just click on over to our fearless leader, Tanya's blog (the post should be live sometime Friday).  I used the Echo Park-Life is Good line :) :)


7 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about all the tests etc they are running for the no walking... that sounds frustrating for you and her :( I hope all works out! :):):):):):) I loveeeeeeeeeee the lo! ADORABLE photo and loving the pleated action under the circle! :):):):):):):):):):):)

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  2. I hope the physical therapy is able to help. It is exhausting and frustrating when you are not sure what is going on. HUGS! LOVE your ADORABLE lo!

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  3. I LOVE your LO!! The papers are gorgeous!! The photo... PRECIOUS!! Thank you so much for being a Paper Hoarder!!

    Hugs,
    Tanya

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  4. I love your layout!!!!And I also LOVE LOVE Echo Park paper.You did a fantastic job.I am sorry you and your family are going through this but your daughter will be fine.As a mother of a 24 college gradute with a wonderful job---we were told he would never function in society.God is in the miracle business----and I am praying for all of you!!!
    Hugs, Anita

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