This Singer Perpetual Calendar is one of my most favorite gifts. It is complete with all the days, months and numbers. My other highlight gift is the beginnings of my fine china collection... Sweet Pea Chintz by Royal Winton. The pattern is from none other than the 1930s, found in England and Australia (To my English and Australian friends: if you ever find any - LET ME KNOW!) and very rare (expensive), so I will probably just get one piece a year. A teacup and saucer from Hubby had SweetPea give to me for Christmas. Poignant, don't you think? Now all I need is an antique Curio Cabinet... right, honey?
I took these pictures of Cowboy and SweetPea with their new Christmas Jammies... they were being absolutely adorable together that I just had to show & tell their cuteness (so I'm posting all three of these photos).
Cowboy's jammies are (of course) little caricatures of cowboys and indians being the best of friends. SweetPea's jammies are pink poodles with retro turquoise stars. I will feature their jammies in a later post, giving pattern and fabric details.
Aren't they just the cutest kids you ever did see?!!!!