22. Baby Triplets. At grandma’s garden

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Спасибо!)На первое время у нас тоже для двойни, а потом вот в такую пересядем, месяца в 4)

1 красивая вроде и крепкая а 2 тоже не че но вроде нет такая крепкая

Блин не туда ответила? Это я к спросить у мам тройни, какие у них коляски.

Красивые такие. Но ничгео про них не знаю((((

Мне кажется холодно будет малышам в такой коляске с рождения, тем более вы зимние будете) В люльке все же более защищено от ветра. Да и прогулка как правило не опускается прям до идеально ровного состояния, чтоб спинке было удобно. Может есть такие что переделываются с люльки в прогулку?! Попробую поискать тоже, может что найду.

я за красную. и на мальчиков и девочку и яркая !

Но блин, это же так круто, что тройня. Я хочу хотя бы двойню… блин) ну поздравляю. Легкой беременности и родов!!

А в магазины как будете ходить? Она такая широченная.

да, в непогоду (дождь, сильный ветер), да и зимой дети гуляли на балконе: ставили эти люльки из коляски на стулья вдоль балкона и открывали окна. в итоге все плюсы прогулки сохранялись: уютно, комфортно, свежий воздух и ветер в лицо не дует и солнце в глазки не светит ярко. честно говоря, сильно не нагуляешься с коляской ходить, тк надо и домашние дела все переделать, а это можно сделать только когда дети спят.

если брать, то ту что с отдельными капорами, тк мои вообще спят по очереди и отдельные домики оочень спасают спящего от бодрствующего)). у нас правда двойня, но удобно было так: первая коляска была такого типа (Teddi PC Twinc)

удобство состояло в том что малыши лежали в мягких люльках-переносках с жестким ровным дном (как и надо до 6-7 месяцев), а позже купили прогулочную такую (Jetem elegant twin)

джоггер крутая коляска не знаю как тройная но одинарная круть

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Strangers Leave A Special Tip For A Grandma Raising Triplets

Grandma Raising Triplets Gets A Special Blessing

Shiela Weisgerber loves to brag about her 3 grandsons: Bentley, Ashton, and Dalton. And while bragging is to be expected from grandparents, you might be shocked to learn that Shiela is more than just grandma. She is also the sole caretaker of these sweet boys. And when two strangers learned this was the case, they had a special blessing for the grandma raising triplets!

Credit: Facebook / Shiela Weisgerber

Raising Triplets

Shiela (48) has been looking after the boys since they were just 2 months old.

“At first it was very overwhelming,” she said. “And, at first I thought I bit off more than I could chew.”

Credit: Facebook / Shiela Weisgerber

Their mother was already a single parent with a toddler when she gave birth to the triplets. It proved to be too much for her.

“She tried to do it, and when the boys were two months, she said she couldn’t do it, so I stepped in and offered to raise the boys,” the grandma raising triplets recalls.

And while raising 3 kids is obviously a huge responsibility, Shiela loves them fiercely. And she’s willing to do whatever it takes to keep her family together.

“I do what I gotta do each day, and it works,” she explains. “They’re good little guys.”

An Unexpected Blessing

The precious boys are now 4 years old, and the light of Shiela’s life.

Credit: Facebook / Shiela Weisgerber

During one of her recent shifts at her job as a bartender, the proud grandma was doing what she does every chance she gets — sharing stories about the triplets! Little did she know, an out-of-town couple at a nearby table were listening in.

The two strangers were clearly touched by Shiela’s willingness to selflessly play the role of both grandma and mom. In fact, they were so moved, they left a special surprise for the grandma raising triplets — a $300 tip along with the handwritten message, “Take care of those boys!”

Credit: Facebook / Shiela Weisgerber

It was an incredible blessing for the strapped grandma. At first, she just stared at the credit card slip in disbelief. Then she was overcome with emotion.

“I went to the bathroom and I cried,” Shiela said, “and I was blown away because to me that’s a lot of money.”

Uplifting For All

And she wasn’t the only one awed by the unexpected act of kindness. It gave hope to her boss and owner of the bar, Dave Cole Jr., as well.

“The last few months have been really hard with random deaths around here,” Dave explained. “We really needed a boost. This was a godsend. Literally, it made everybody brighten up. You know that there still is good left.”

It’s random acts of kindness like these that encourage us all. What a difference Shiela is making in her grandson’s lives, and it’s wonderful too see this dedicated grandma being blessed. You just never know when God may have placed His angels in our midst!

Be sure to share this incredible story with someone who’s had a special influence in your own life!

“Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.” Hebrews 13:2

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Summer Garden Granny Square

I love making Granny Squares. There’s just something about creating little stacks of them that is hugely satisfying. They are versatile, and easy for beginners to learn because the basic stitches and method of working «in the round» are simple to get to grips with. It’s how I first learnt to crochet 18 months ago, and I still get a huge amount of pleasure from making granny squares.

This particular square, which I am calling my Summer Garden Granny Square, is my own pattern. It came about after I had an idea of making squares for a blanket, which when all assembled together would resemble a garden blooming with summer flowers. I couldn’t find a pattern which was simple enough to make, or produced the effect I was after, so I experimented and created my own. And to be perfectly honest with you all, I am thrilled with how it turned out.

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So :: For my blanket squares (pictured above) I’m using a DK weight pure wool, with a 4mm hook. I’ve also made them with Rowan DK cotton and they are equally lovely, they come out slightly larger when made with the cotton yarn.

I’m going to write the pattern in UK crochet terms where the main stitch is a UK Treble. For those in the US, this is the same as a dc stitch.

Stitches used are as follows:

sl st (slip stitch) :: insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch, then through the loop on your hook.

Bobble :: yarn over, insert hook through next stitch, yarn over, hook back through stitch (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 2 loops (2 loops left on hook). Then yarn over and insert hook through SAME STITCH, yarn over, hook back through stitch (4 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 2 loops (3 loops left on hook), yarn over and pull through all 3 loops.

Bobble Stitch is not a difficult stitch even though it may sound complicated. Try watching the little Bobble Stitch video I’ve linked to above, it might help if you see the stitch being made.

Tr :: yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull the loop back through the stitch (three loops on hook), yarn over and pull through two loops on hook (two loops left on hook), yarn over and pull through remaining two loops. (NB this is equivalent to US dc stitch)

To Start ::

chain 4 and join to form a ring. The ring will be small, so wiggle it with your fingers to make sure you know where the centre of the ring is, because for the first round you will be working out of this hole.

ROUND 1 ::

chain 3 , then work 1 tr into the ring (this effectively counts as your first «bobble»), chain 1.

*Work 1 bobble stitch (as described above) into the ring, chain 1*

Repeat between ** 6 more times, until you have 8 «bobble spokes» in total.

It may feel as if you can’t quite fit them all in towards the end because the hole in the central ring is small, but you want it to be tight so the hole almost disappears.

Make a sl st into the 3rd chain of your initial chain-3 to join, finish off (picture below)

ROUND 2 ::

You will be working out of the chain-1 spaces between the bobbles for this round.

Join in your new colour by making a secure knot close to the stitches. Insert hook through nearest chain-1 space of the previous round and draw the new colour yarn through to the front (picture below).

Chain 3 (counts as 1 tr), 2tr into the same space, chain 1. This forms a «tr cluster» (picture below).

Into the next space between bobbles, *work 3tr, chain 1*.

Repeat between ** 6 more times, working your way round the circle, making a total of 8 «tr clusters».

Make a sl st into the 3rd chain of your initial chain-3 to join, finish off (picture below)

And thats your flowery circle made! Was that fun and easy?

You can stitch a pretty button in the centre, attach them to whatever tickles your fancy.

Or you can carry on and turn the circles into squares.

ROUND 3 ::

You will be working out of the chain-1 spaces between the tr clusters of the previous round.

Join in new colour by knotting close to the work. Insert hook into the nearest space between clusters and pull the new colour yarn through to the front.

chain 4 (counts as 1 tr + chain-1 space)

Into the same space, work 3tr, chain-1 (picture below). This forms part of a corner cluster :: you will come back round to complete this corner at the end of the round.

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Into the next space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms a side cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-2, 3 tr, chain-1. This forms your second corner cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-1. this forms your second side cluster.

Continue working your way round as follows ::

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-2, 3 tr, chain-1. This forms your third corner cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-1. this forms your third side cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-2, 3 tr, chain-.1 This forms your fourth corner cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-1. this forms your fourth side cluster.

Lastly, work 2 tr into the very first space you started out in.This effectively joins with your initial chain-3 to complete that part of the first corner cluster (picture below)

Make a sl st into the 3rd chain of your initial chain-3, finish off (picture below)

ROUND 4 ::

You will be working out of the chain-1 spaces between the tr clusters of the previous round.

Join in new colour by knotting close to the work. Insert hook into the space between the corner clusters of the previous round and pull the new colour yarn through to the front (picture below)

chain 4 (counts as 1 tr + chain-1 space)

Into the same space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms part of a corner cluster :: you will come back round to complete this corner at the end of the round.

*Into the next space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms a side cluster.

Into the next space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms an additional side cluster.

Into the next space work 3 tr, chain-2, 3 tr, chain-1. This forms your second corner cluster.*

Repeat between ** twice more.

Into the next space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms a side cluster.

Into the next space, work 3 tr, chain-1. This forms an additional side cluster.

Lastly, work 2t r into the very first space you started out in.This effectively joins with your initial chain-3 to complete that part of the first corner cluster.

Make a sl st into the 3rd chain of your initial chain-3, finish off (picture below)

And there you have it :: one Summer Garden Granny Square.

I always think that crochet patterns can sometimes come across as quite daunting and slightly off putting. My hope is that by using plenty of photos and by being more wordy than usual patterns, that you will be able to follow it successfully, even if you are relatively new to crochet.

Incidentally, you don’t have to make 4 rounds if you don’t want to (you can stick with 3 as in the top photo), or you can carry on making more rounds to produce bigger squares, it is up to you.

If you carry on adding more rounds, just keep an eye on the pattern and on where you’re at as you work round. Remember that with each extra round you do, you will be increasing the number of tr clusters round each side. Each side cluster of 3tr’s should be separated by a chain-1 space. And make sure that when you get to the corner space you make two lots of tr-clusters in the same hole, separated by a chain-2 space. Once you get going it’ll be easy to get this and you’ll find that very quickly you won’t be needing to read the pattern at all, you’ll just get what to do. Yes, honestly, it’ll happen!

I tell you, these little squares are super-addictive. You will be treble-clustering in every spare moment of your day, sneaking them in, building little piles of them.

I know. Because I do it. And I love it.

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