Sunday, June 17, 2012

Challenge Day 19

It's day 19 of my 31 Day Challenge and no quilting for me today, just spending time with the family and of course cooking breakfast and dinner for my husband for Father's Day!

 I wanted to find a picture of Jared playing with the kids, because he really is a big kid himself.  He's the type of dad and uncle you will always find with the kids.  This picture is missing my oldest boy and Toby was terrified of the m&m man.  I love Jared and the husband and dad that he is to our kids!

Happy Father's Day Jared!


I did manage to sneak in some time hand stitching the binding on to this quilt tonight.  It was glued and never stitched down...he...he...


I'm going to try really hard to get 2 quilts done up tomorrow and thanks again for all your encouraging comments, every time I read a new one, I get a big smile on my face!


21 of 30 Finished


~Jenny~

14 comments:

Auntie Pami said...

Smile! What a nice family!

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Fez muito bem em se distrair com sua família,é revigorante.Amo essa colcha VENCEDORA,não me enganei quando a vi.Muitas bençãos para vocês.Beijo.

Dawn said...

so glad you took time off for a special family day, Jenny. 19 of 30quilts done? WOOHOO! You are on track to be done ahead of time!

Ethne said...

I hope you had a great day with your family.
We all need to recharge our batteries now and again, and it is so, so worth it.
I you keep going at this rate you'll be back to playing with your ruler and designs before the end of the month.

LindaLouQuilts said...

Great picture of your family. After a day of recharging your batteries I am sure you will reach your goal.
I just wanted to say how I look forward to your site every day. Your quilting is so perfect for each quilt.I have wanted a long arm for some time but will be happy to just get a frame to put my Juki on.
So keep up the great blog I enjoy it every day!

Alycia said...

What a sweet family. So question - how in the world do you get in such great quilting time without all the Kiddo interruptions??

Trudi said...

Aaah, Sunday - and exhale! So glad you had a good day. Almost there, and you'll be putting all those ideas in your head into practice in no time!

Carolyn said...

Haha, I love that picture of your family! It is great to see the progress of all the quilts you have been working on. I look forward to your daily updates! I am sure you will reach your goal in no time!

Amy said...

I am so impressed by your quilting abilities!!! I dream of doing longarm quilting and you are an inspiration!

O'Quilts said...

Let me understand...You have 5 children and you have put yourself on a quilting schedule. I think that you are wonder woman. Glad you have been taking breaks. Your quilting is brilliant and beautiful.

O'Quilts said...

Let me understand...You have 5 children and you have put yourself on a quilting schedule. I think that you are wonder woman. Glad you have been taking breaks. Your quilting is brilliant and beautiful.

regan said...

Loved the pic of the family.....your other boy looks like he's thinking "Hey....it's a big M&M....what's your problem!?! Relax!" lol

Lisa E said...

Five kids and they're not in school??? OK, I'm even more impressed.

Mama Pea said...

Bindings. My favorite part. I still wish I was near you to help you with those!