mamof9

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Gender FEMALE
Location Shiremoor, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Introduction I'm a mam of 9 children, 7 grandchildren and one on the way. The age of my children are 27, 24, 23, 19, 18,2 x 16, 10 and 8. I have a great hubby who never complains about anything I do and even goes and buys me things to craft with, even when I haven't asked. I teach crafts 3 times a week, twice during the day for Age UK and a night class for the staff of a doctors. I'm disabled and in a wheelchair, not that stops me doing things. I love doing crafts, my main craft are knitting and card making, it's so nice to give someone a card you have took the time to make, it means so much more. I love playing around with many different thing and always have something put to one side to do in case I get bored, I have about 3 different things on kneedles to finish, and busy making scrapbooks with Megan and Makenzy of all our holidays we have had.
Interests What can i say about my interests, think it's the same as most people that read blogs on here crafting, card making, ATCs, jewelly making, knitting, lace making, scrapbooking, parchment and anything else crafty. Kids i think that's got to be one of my interest after all we do have 9, 2 grandsons (just, new one born 7 sept 2011) and 4 granddaughters and a new grandchild due 12th Oct 2012 . All my children love crafting and so do our grandchildren. Our 2 youngest children Megan and Makenzy love being on holiday from school as this is the time we sit down together with the big craft table and get everything out and we don't have to pack it up for days.
Favorite Movies Dirty Dancing, Ghost, Pretty Woman, An Officer and a Gentleman, Sherk 1, 2, 3, Nemo, Mary Poppins and any Disney films
Favorite Music Anything, having so many children with all different music tastes we get to hear everything
Favorite Books Auto Bio, love to read about the life of other people and what they have made of there live, anything to do with crafts

You're in the grocery store with a broken cart. How will you ever be that hungry?

what's that and why, we seem to hear these 2 words more than any with the little ones