Saturday, 23 January 2010

Jack's First Rusk

Oh my! he loved this new experience, mind you we were wiping Rusk residue from his face all day.

This is my Popeye impression, as you can see I'm getting really good at it.
It happens evey time this rusk scrapes on my new tooth.


It is such hard work this rusk, my hand just keep taking it away from my mouth.

I'm getting sleepy now night, night.



Lastly there is a new Valentines free sheet Just click on the Jak Heath Designs Tab at the top of the page. There is a sample preview below.



18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Jak,first of all,love your new blog design,it's great.Second,Jack is coming along fine but i'm not sure what he's trying to tell us about that rusk!Last but not least,thank you for sharing the lovely Valentine sheet,it's very much appreciated. love sylviae xx

Anonymous said...

Brill new blog Jak...The pictures of little Jack are gorgeous..he certainly loves his rusk..
Thank you for once again sharing your gorgeous sheets..
Love Sian xx

Marge said...

What fun to experience so many precious moments with your sweet Jack! Love your Shower of Love -- thanks so much!!!

Anita said...

Cute pics! Thanks for the beautiful valentine paper.

Myrna said...

Jak,
Thanks for sharing your darling with us. He is adorable and it's fun to watch his growth.
Thanks for sharing your talent as well.
Myrna

My'scardcorner said...

My how he is enjoying that rusk great pics TFS your latest sheet Jak its lovely.
Myrax

kathleen said...

Jak he is growing up so fast.Reminds me of when my Grandsons were that age,you just want to cuddle them.Thanks for the freebie and your new blog is great.
kathleen x

Mad Mary said...

Thank you once more for this lovely Freebie Jak & just love Jack's Popeye expression lol

Mary xx

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for this lovely sheet,you are very good to us.Jack is growing so fast,its lovely to see him and his rusk,so cute.
Sue

angelwhispers said...

Jak he is just so adorable!!! Love the picture's xx Love the freebie as well Thank You

Anonymous said...

Jak; Thank U so much for the very lovely Valentine sheet as well as the Build a Blossum sheets.
They R Wonderful and much appreciate your work into making and sharing them for all 2 use.
Love your new blog by the way.
Colleen

Anonymous said...

How Cute is he Jak ? and he seems to have a real taste for his Rusk. I dont blame him, I love then too. In fact when my Daughter was a baby we used to share them LOL,Thanks for yet another wonderful sheet, Jak. Hugs Caz( Miduck)xx

Anonymous said...

jack is so cute i will hopefully be enjoying being a nana in june
thanks for the sheets jak love this one
chrisa x

Net said...

Oh my he's enjoying that!

What beautiful eyelashes too.

Its obviously very hard work eating a rusk!

Karen Lindsay said...

Thank you so much! It's lovely!

Karen

mypaperpleasure said...

love your new banner, and little Jack and his expression,it reminds me my son in the same age, he is now 18, a long long way to be a grandma,and again for the valentine sheet, it is beautiful

nadci said...

Hello Jak, I love your blog, a whole lot. I visit you regularly and read each of your posts. Thank you for sharing with us your treasures, beautiful Blossoms and love. Hugs.

buy r4 ds said...

David Rusk moved his family to Georgia around 1826, to property he bought in 1824 located on Jack's Creek in Walton County. The family moved again about 1835 after David was a "fortunate drawer" in the Gold Lottery of 1832--to the south-eastern corner of Cherokee County, Georgia, a district called Lickskillet. There they settled. David, Jane, and all seven of their children are buried in the Rusk Family Cemetery near the old home place.