Monday, December 3, 2012

CHRISTMAS OVER THE STOVE

In the stove alcove in our kitchen, there are two shelves.  I’m sure you’re not surprised that there are Christmas decorations on those shelves.

glass shelf

cndy cn cndl

house

cooking santa

cokee jar

lamp

measurg spoons on rbn-horz

The plates on this shelf are here year round, and I think the Scrooge characters go with the plates.

scrooge

top lft

top right

full

I am linking to Table Top Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life.  Please keep our grandson in your prayers.  He was born four months early and weighed one pound, 14 ounces.  He’s doing great for such a small baby, but we know we have a long road ahead of us.  His six and nine year old sisters are staying with us, because their parents are at the hospital with the baby, and it is three hours from our home.  My blog posts my be sporadic for awhile.  Thank you for coming to see me and for prayers for our new grandson.  laurie

19 comments:

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

I'm sure your granddaughters are enjoying all of your fabulous decorations. I will keep you all in my prayers.

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

very festive Laurie.
prayers for your grandson and all your family.

Dewena Callis said...

Laurie, we will be praying for that dear grandson. Of course this is a time for your family and the sweet responsibility you have now for his big sisters. Your granddaughters may always remember this time at your house as they watch you make the house even lovelier for Christmas. May each week toward Christmas bring him even closer to being able to some day come home. Take care.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Awww! Your Grandson and your family definitely have my healing thoughts and prayers. Forget about the land of blog for now - you have much more important things going on. (((hugs)))
I bet your Granddaughters are loving all your pretty holiday decor!

Tardevil said...

Oh, Laurie! I'm sorry to hear about your grandson! Will prayer that he gets bigger and stronger soon! Congrats on a new grandchild! Your home at Christmas would definitely be on my bucket list to see, if I had a bucket list! Merry Christmas, if you don't post again!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Oh I will pray dear Laurie.
That is so scary and hard and I know you will all need each other a lot right now.
Your kitchen pics are fabulous, how you do all you do amazes me.
Oh please take care my dear, sending hugs and best wishes for a strong, healthy baby.
Hugs friend,
Cindy

Shelia said...

Hi Laurie! Can I just come live with you? I love your shelves and look at all of your pretties. You have the best things and decorate the absolute besstest!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

xinex said...

Oh how cute, Laurie! And I love your tile work!...Christine

xinex said...

And I will pray for your grandson, Laurie. There is so much advancement in technology now so I know there is a lot of hope....Christine

Sarah said...

More visual treats! Thanks for sharing........Sarah

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh my goodness Laurie, you do have the most fabulous decorations. I love it. That measuring spoon set gave mee such a giggle. So cute.

I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers. God Bless. Hugs, Marty

SmilingSally said...

Hi Laurie,

I'll be praying for that baby grandson.

I love your Christmas kitchen, and especially the Dickens figurines.

Sonia said...

Oh my goodness..your alcove is beautiful. Love the tile and then all the decorations are so pretty! You certainly do have a lot of pretty dishes and decorations!! I should not buy any more dishes either because I am out of dish storage space!! Merry Christmas!
Miss Bloomers

Pansylee VanMeteren said...

Very nice decors Laurie. Sad to hear about your grandson. Continuing my prayers for your grandson... Hoping everyone in your family can surpass this moment. Take care always.

Debbie said...

Why I'm not surprised at all! LOL
I'm delighted instead.

My favorite part of all is the nook shelf on top with the Dickens characters and plates, but I think the whole thing is just plain enchanting.

You should give home tours at Christmas, especially for little ones. They would think they were in Santa's workshop.

Debbie said...

BTW, I keep forgetting to say this: You mentioned email sign up or whatever for my blog. I think I DO have that. It's just near the bottom of the page.

Perfectly Printed said...

Adding your family to my prayer list! Loving your Christmas touches in your kitchen.

chris

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Mary said...

Everything looks very nice. You are definitely ahead of me!