Since some of the R.A.O.K. have already recieved their stitch markers. I will post the picture of the stitch markers I made. I took a picture just before they were all sent off. Enjoy! Today my heart was touched by an Angel Laura at email@example.com I am pleased to be part of her Premie Project. I am in fact a mother of a micro/premie. My son weighed in at 1100grams at birth I was 27 weeks pregnant. I was admitted to the hospital when I was 13 weeks pregnant and I remained there till he was born. We were given last rights a few days before his birth since we were not expected to make it. I was hemoraging and blood transfusions were continuous. His lowest weight I believe was 600grams during his stay at NICU. I spent 20hrs a day with him. I remember the day a brutus of a resident decided to tell me my son only had 5% chances of survival. All I can say is God was the only one to make that decision. He came home less than 3 months later a whopping 4 lbs. what a porker, smile! My "peanut" as babies are nicknamed turned 16 this past August. But I am proud to say I was embraced by some awesome nurses and I would love to give back. Thank You Laura!
I am silly and I love to laugh, I love cooking and I am self taught so I am always trying to improve and learn as much as I can. I believe chocolate or lemon bars are a cure all, I love to eat, I studied fashion, marketing and design, I love to go to thrift stores and find vintage cashmere sweaters to bring back to life to wear, I love my jeans and flip flops. I enjoy dressing up too... I love perfume. Blue is my favorite color and I adore my family.
Such a green way to go. This great so when you toss a fruit into your handbag or backback it protects it from getting bruised or poked by a pen or a knitting needle. It is a better way to go than a plastic baggie. I made mine from cotton so I can toss it in the wash. I have made so many they have been a hit with friends and family and such a pretty way to carry a healthy snack. Find the pattern at gonnapurl.blogspot.com