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iso-äiti comes to town (iso-äiti is grandma in Finnish)

When my mom came up like two weeks ago, we had such a fun time. She nursed me & the Codeman back to health... She brought us goodies... She brought food for the Mokahum Ministry Center students and staff since I was supposed to cook and had NO energy or desire to share my germs! It was quite the treat!

We also went shopping and gazing at the BARN CHICS Christmas Boutique Sale. It was fabulous! You should have seen her cruising around the cute setup, jotting down idea after idea :) I got three adorable glass birds that clip on to the tree. I'll share them as I get them into a real decoration... Maybe after Thanksgiving?

Anyway, THANKS MOM FOR A GREAT COUPLE OF DAYS!

Here's a picture of our little poika and his iso-äiti Bebe.

iso-äiti and her little poika Cody

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The Krauel's said…
Nice pictures of Cody and Grandma! So sweet! Mothers are great to always help out when we need them :)

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