Love’s Labors Stacked

I went through Elena’s room yesterday trying to get rid of the things we no longer need. While I was doing it I ran into a rather large roadblock: 19 blankets, handmade for my kids by people we know and love. Because they are lovely fort-building material, they were scattered all over the room, but after I folded and stacked them I decided I needed a picture… and because pictures are nicer with people in them, plus the blanket pile was too tall to stand up without a steadying hand, what you see below is the resulting photo. 19 is a low number actually, there are probably at least 8-10 more in the other kids rooms, generally in their  beds. I can tell who gave me each one, people we see every week, relatives, relatives who have passed on, people we haven’t seen in years, even one from one of Michael’s co-worker’s wives.  This stack of blankets is a sign of the blessings of community. The blessings of family. The blessings of friends.

 

 

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But the question remains: I don’t have a baby anymore! What am I going to do with 19 baby blankets?!

 

I put them in the closet. What else can I do? (It’s a serious question!)

Comments

  1. I received a lot of baby blankets. I don't think I'll be needing anymore. You could save them for Katy's children? Or donate them to a crisis pregnancy center place?

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