September 29, 2009

angels for my angels

I was given a very sweet gift on Saturday from my friend's mom, Jovi. She knitted (or is it crocheted?) four little angels for me. Three baby girls ones, and one baby boy. That was so thoughtful, and I will cherish them forever. I think I will find a spot to add them to the baby's shadow boxes.

Thanks again, Jovi, I love them!



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14 comments:

  1. What a perfect fit for The Beans.

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  2. How beautiful, that was so thoughtful of Jovi!

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  3. What a thoughtful gift! Those are so nicely done! :-)

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  4. The detail is amazing! How did she do that?! They are beautiful, just like your angels. A perfect way to remember them. So thoughtful.

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  5. What an awesome and thoughtful gift, they will look perfect in the shadow boxes. Little guardian angles to look after your angels in heaven.

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  6. Those are precious and a great reminder that they are held.

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  7. Those are so pretty! What a thoughtful gift!! I really like them.

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  8. Such a lovely and thoughtful gift!

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  9. So precious and beautiful! How sweet of her to do that for you! You and your angel babies are very loved :) xo Nan

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  10. How very sweet to think of you and your wonderful babies! xx

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