Miss Gioia

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

A Mini Celebration

Today is a special day. Not only is it my 100th blog post, but it is also the 200th day since our log-in-date (LID) with the CCAA. Since we are on the expedited path for receiving a referral, that means we are more than halfway to meeting our daughter. In celebration of these two small milestones, I am holding a mini* drawing.

If you leave a comment on this post, then I will enter your name into a drawing for this little one.

She is a four inch Waldorf-style doll made from a pattern in Maricristin Sealy's Making Waldorf Dolls. She is a poseable dollhouse doll, so she can sit,

stand and even do cartwheels.

Well, she needs some help with the cartwheels.

Her dress is made from a Liberty lawn fabric. And she has some CRAZY hair.

Shipping is on me. All you have to do is say hello for a chance to take her home!

*Pun intended. Har Har.

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Blogger Beuk said...

I want the dollie!

June 12, 2007 10:18 PM  
Anonymous wibrifa said...

I love your blog! Your dolls are so cute!

June 12, 2007 11:40 PM  
Anonymous Amy in River Garden said...

I don't think Mr. Beuk should be in the drawing!
I love your fun blog - and if I hear one more word at my house from a certain 3 year old that we NEED a blued eyed dog named Frankie - I may just loose it!
And the Christmas thing I think wasn't about the train - but more about not being able to say the 's on your hubbo's name!

June 13, 2007 8:28 AM  
Blogger rebx said...

I've been enjoying your blog, and wanted to send you a happy congrats on your Log-In Date anniversary & your 100th post...Also, that doll is super cute!

June 13, 2007 9:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found your blog recently when I was searching for comments on the new Evason Dalat. I enjoyed reading about your trip and have continued reading your blog as I love Waldorf-style crafts and am also considering adoption.


June 13, 2007 11:36 PM  
Anonymous Melissa said...

She's adorable! Thanks for sharing all your great crafts!

June 14, 2007 3:50 AM  

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