What the heck is going on with Oxford Kitchen Yarns? (Final part – part 3)

growing(How big? This big.)

So why was I away in february and March?

Morning sickness.

And going-to-bed-as-soon-as-FB-did-tiredness.

It was a tough two months, but now I’m out the other side, (and growing round), I can say that we’re having another baby!

I’m due two days (!) after FB’s second birthday, which wasn’t really the original plan. But October has proved a good month for us, given that we got married on the 1st, nearly five years ago now. (From a practical point of view, I’m going to move FB’s birthday celebration to the very beginning of the month, and keep it really small. That should work, right?)

So yeah. Lots of change. It’s going to be a ride. πŸ™‚

And yes, obviously I’m knitting already. For both the new one, and FB.

And yes I might have pre-ordered Handmade Beginnings by Anna Maria Horner. I love books like that.

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15 thoughts on “What the heck is going on with Oxford Kitchen Yarns? (Final part – part 3)

  1. Congratulations – that’s really lovely news. I hope you have lots of fun sewing things out of Handmade Beginnings in preparation.

  2. πŸ™‚ Congratulations!

    I’m looking forward to seeing the results of your knitting and creations from Handmade Beginnings… I really must dust off the not-so-old machine that’s gathering dust in the corner and get cracking….

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