Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hat Happy

While listening to General Conference this past weekend, I crocheted a bunch of hats--so much fun! I have the greatest little hat models at my finger tips, don't ya think?

And conference, wow. I always come away from conference weekend feeling so strongly that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is true. God has not abandoned us in this world. He has given us living prophets, who I know if we follow, we will feel true peace and happiness in life. I'm so proud and thankful to be a part of such a wonderful church!

Anyway, here's a peek at my cute kids in some of the hats.




I've been trying so hard lately to get pictures of Maggie and Magson together. I was so annoyed with myself for not getting Magson quite in focus for this one, but I still love it.



Maggie pretending to talk on the phone.

22 comments:

  1. oh, marie! i think that these are my favorite of your little ones and i love the place that you chose. how fun!

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  2. Great photo of the two together. Cute hats, and I love that green and brown outfit Maggie is wearing. Also totally agree with you about conference!

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  3. Marie,
    Thanks for your great insight on this true church we are blessed to be a part of and General Conference. How much can I pay you to make me a few of those hats? I love the pink and brown and the brown one especially!

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  4. Wow, you are getting good at those hats! I would pay you too. They are just so cute.

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  5. Super cute! And yes, General Conf. was wonderful. I was able to watch it with my nephew Jason who attends BYU and then I cooked a big family dinner. It was great!! And speaking of family dinners...my mom is having one next week and I am REALLY hoping you all can come so I can see you in person. And here's a little tease...I have something for you!!

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  6. Holy cow, I can't believe you could make that many hats during general conference! They are so cute, and I especially love the pink and brown one. You are so talented in so many ways. Keep at it, they all look great.

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  7. Marie, I LOVE these photos!!! Are you selling these hats on Etsy? You need to be!!

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  8. Wow, you must have been inspired because you turned out some truly adorable hats!! You're so great at so many wonderful things!

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  9. AHHHH!!! I LOVE THE HATS!! SO CUTE!

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  10. My dauguter was looking for projects for during Conference but we didn't find any patterns as cute as those - where did you find the patterns?

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  11. is there anything you can't do?? great lighting in this set :)!!

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  12. Oh my goodness, those are great pics! I love the one of them together. i think it is great! Also, the hats are very cute. Good idea to put the felt bows on them!

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  13. so cute...i love them. I hope the rain holds off on Sat! =)

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  14. Thanks for all the compliments you guys! I actually do have an Etsy store. Here is the link: (I hope it works.)

    http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=7009051

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  15. My mom's dinner is going to be on Monday...so maybe you can come. She or Rise will call you about it.

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  16. So cute, Marie! Your kids, the pictures, and the hats. Magson looks a lot like Will in the picture of Maggie and Magson together.

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  17. LOVE the hats AND the cute models! What a talented little momma you are!

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  18. Oh, you make it seem so easy! Those are some cute hats (AND kids!). I love your locations, too. So pretty!

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  19. Wow!!! That first one is awesome! Have another giveaway...or at least send me a link on how to do that stuff!=)

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  20. Marie--I am so happy Melissa gave me the link to your blog. You are an amazing photographer, gifted crafter, and wonderful mom and wife. Your family is precious-I will be checking in on you from time to time.

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  21. Marcia, thank you so much for the comment. You have no idea how flattered I am that you stopped in. Melissa is such a dear friend to me. I hope to make it out to GA one day to meet you!

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