Letters from a Hill Farm
They sure are!
We sure think so!
How dear! And love your header pic.Mary
They are our dearies!
one of my very favorite places!did you stop for lunch?the ruby sandwich is insanely addictive.(such cute wee ones)xo
You'll laugh. 'My' sandwich is their kids' peanut butter and jam. Divine!
Do you live near the King Arthur Flour Company AND have such cute grand kids? LUCKY!!
An hour and a half away. We went down to the Montshire Museum and then to KA afterward.
Obviously, much fun was had by all :-)Your header picture is great!
Yes! And thank you.
Oh, Nan, these are such precious, darling photos of the children. Love it! I take it from the string of comments that you visited King Arthur Flour and had a very tasty lunch. Lovely.
We went to Montshire first with Tom and Nina, and then to KA when they went home. Long, long lines. But the food/breads so worth it.
I love those stand-behind things!
They are adorable, Nan.
Wonderful photos of your darling grandchildren, some of them.....What joy!
Thank you! They are such fun.
How cute are these pics!!! My son and his family has been to King Arthur a few times, even took classes there at one time.
That's great! They offer so much.
Adorable! They look like they had a great time. Beautiful smiles.P.S. Love, love, love your header!
They are so much fun!
Indy and Campbell look like twins! They are just adorable and Hazel is more than precious. I know you must be over the moon with these grands.
They are only 14 months apart! Thank you for your kind words.
Oh gosh! Too too cute!
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