Monday, December 14, 2009

Shylee's Rocking Chair

We headed north to Lancaster County, Pa, (Amish country) this weekend.  When I was there in October, I saw a few things that would make great Christmas gifts but couldn't get them then because there was no room in the car and people were with me I was going to buy for!  I can't show you everything  I bought because the gifts are for people who actually read this blog, but I can show you the handmade rocking chair I got for my sweet pea, Shylee!  This is for her but it will stay at Grandma's house!  I'll put a big red bow on it and put it out Christmas Eve.  I might set a big teddy bear or baby doll in it too, hmmm....


How did you spend your weekend?

11 comments:

  1. Great pic, beautiful chair! My weekend..little bit of both worlds, working and playing. Celebrated my littlest's first birthday and she did not disappoint! Dove into the chocolate cake. And I completed a very hard work week, but started a new prodject for etsy. Interesting mixed week :)

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  2. Pretty chair. I spent my weekend by being sick and watching Ninja Assassins.

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  3. That is a beautiful chair. I'm sure it's made to last and be handed down. We finally put our tree up this weekend (as you know).

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  4. How lovely, I love rocking chairs and wish we'd kept the one we had growing up. :0)

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  5. Awww, sweet! I LOVE kid rocking chairs! :) I hope she loves it too.

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  6. It's lovely - I am sure she will feel very special !

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  7. Beautiful photo and what a wonderful gift she will love it, her own special chair at Grandma's house, that is really precious :)

    My weekend was taking photos of Christmas steam engines and walking around Portland just enjoying the sites :) regards, T.

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  8. That is super cute, Momma! I'm so tempted now to run up there and buy one for my house!

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  9. Erin, I knew you'd love it! Wait til after Christmas...they raised the prices!

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