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October 23, 2008

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yaiAnn

Oh lady.. you're so close .. so close to the discobaby arrival! I can't wait to see him!

tiennie

Yum! I really want to go to Rhinebeck someday! So jealous of all these Rhinebeck posts! I hope you're feeling/doing well!

Mintyfresh

oh, chocolate macadamia! yum. i'm sorry we didn't see each other after buying yarn!

Danielle

Chocolate macadamia goodness. Mmm.

Rocky

It looks like Kelly was enjoying himself, too (Flickr snaps).... Food always helps. Those of us in love with knitters can generally be bought off with food. My knitter didn't make it to Rhinebeck, but I suspect I am about to be flooded with Australian and New Zealand yarn aplenty, I think. I wonder if I can talk her into making pie?

Denise

The pie looks delicious! I'm so envious of all you bloggers that got to go to Rhinebeck, I'm way too far away.

brooke

The pie looks sooo good. (And the grey yarn is gorgeous!)

Opal

Are those Spirit Trail rovings I spy? Sooo pretty!

Oh the food candy in this post. Makes me so ravenous.

As for the silk caps? There's a video on YouTube.com on how to deal with them. I can look it up, if you like!

Kristy

I was looking for you! It's too bad we didn't see each other. So the Wild Apple Hill yarn must be good since you bought it again this year?

Nell

I think you had the perfect Rhinebeck experience. All the yarn, none of the hangover!

Oiyi

I could use a piece of pie right now. Yum!

You poor thing! When I went to Rhinebeck last year, I was about 7 months pregnant. It was not fun. I couldn't walk for two days after it. My back hurt so much.

stacey

mmm - pie!!!! love that piehole wednesdays are back!

margene

I'm so sorry I didn't run into you! I looked at every one who was pregnant and had another child along, but never did find you. It was chaos!

Sara

i'm impressed. as much as i love baking, i was in no shape to make a pie by the time i was 8 months pregnant!!

Kara

Oh that pie! That pie! It sounds like heaven.

Cassy

I love Pushing Daisies! That pie looks scrumptious.

katie

oh, that last trimester is the hardest, isn't it? it sounds like you are a busy woman.
Brown, brown, i always choose brown too.

Heather

Oh that picture if Little Sir is killing me! 'Dough with snow', that's priceless:)

SpiderWomanKnits

I love that picture of you! Sometimes it really helps to have a built in reading pillow, eh?

Oh, Rhinebeck. Hopefully, next year and then our little babes can meet too :-)

carolyn

Your flickr photos are very nice. Little Sir is adorable of course. Did you say a shot of bourbon in the tart, well, I may be cooking that up pretty soon. Nice yarn also.

leslie

i seriously need to make some coffee. and then bake a pie. YUMM!
i didn't see you at rhinebeck. what a bummer. :(
next year, i am doing things differently!!

Haley

Love the belly as a shelf picture. So happy that despite the craziness of life and the tiredness of pregnancy, you are still blogging and knitting. good for you!

Beth

I've been gone from blogland for so long I didn't know you were pregnant. Congratulations!! I've always enjoyed reading about your adventures with Little Sir and have always believed you're a wonderful mother. How exciting that you'll soon have another Little One.

Emily

What yarn are you using for that baby garment? It's very pretty.

tiennie

Wow are you ever busy! I think you look fantastic even though you are tired. I miss being pregnant and all the promise it holds, but I'm so done with having kids. :)

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