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Ahhhh! and Ouch!!!
Oh, your poor guy!!!! And the fabric is pretty!
Love the fabric! I can't wait to see how you use it...Poor kid! I hope the tooth fairy will give him a raise for this lost tooth. LOLJennifer :)
aaah, geez, Im sorry to see your little guy all banged up. hope today is better.
I hope your son is okay. My mother's heart felt so bad when I saw the picture. Love your solids and as always looking forward to the next project. No pressure though!
Hmmm. Lots of blues and a couple of oranges in that stack of fabric. Are they all going to live together? I can't wait to see!
I like that you still called the bottom photo beautiful. Tough kid!
oh dear. lip cuts are the worst, but make for great stories later in life. I figure if a kids doesn't have a few bumps and bruises in life they aren't playing hard enough. Hope he recovers well. Love the solids too! have fun with them. are you coming down for Quilt Canada?
Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Hope he feels better soon.BTW-Love the solids.
Oh dear!Looks like it must be cooled with lots of ice(cream).My little one always fell on this forehand and even managed to cut his earlap while falling off the couch onto grandma´s glasstable´s edge.But a stitched lip ist even more painful, poor cutie!Get well soon!
Did E's accident happen at school? Facial injuries are always horrible. Pull out the popsicles and ice cubes.No parent never wants to see their babies hurt, but I hope he was having fun before it happened.
okay, love the solids...and ouch that lip of your son's looks so painful!! Not a good way to lose a baby tooth either. poor fellow. :(
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