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I love flipflops & applesauce. Didn't know it was your sister. That makes sense though. Both of your blogs are lovely. Inspiration must run in the family
I didn’t know that she was your twin sister either. Goes to show you that talent is hereditary! Cheryl
I’m subscribed to it, just like I am to yours. I WILL have grandchildren someday!
I absolutely LOVE Flipflops and Applesauce. I can’t wait until Archer is old enough to do the fun, creative activities. You guys amaze me!
I didn’t know she was your twin! And she has twins also? Wow! I care for 4 cute little boys daily. Two are a set of twins We look for ideas on Flip Flops and Applesauce
I didn’t know you were sisters Of course talent runs in the family!
Very cute..another great blog that I will be addicted to..lol! God has really blessed your family with talents and gifts.
By the way, I love the necklace that my husband gave to me for my 30th birthday last week. I told him that I dream about how many more of your necklaces I will have in the next 30 years. Thanks again!
Wow, thanks for sharing! I visit your blog daily and will now visit hers too!
will do! Very nice blog, btw!
Is it like a superpower that twins have, to be this creative? What did your mom feed you two when you were little? Maybe your mom needs to blog!
…flipflops and applesauce brings lots of happiness to our house – SO many fun "memory-making" activities – LOVE IT!!! I'm also wondering how your mother raised two such creative & artistic ladies- I'm curious about what kinds of things you all remember about your childhood that you think probably fostered these amazing gifts of creativity!! I want to make sure that I foster it in my own kiddos (flipflops and applesauce is contributing to that, I think!)
I have been a faithful reader of flipflops and applesauce never knowing it was your sister! what a small world. I also just got my new issue of Victoria and saw your jewelry. I was telling my mother about this blog I read and the girl making jewelry just like that! It was you!! I just needed to read it, rather than looking at the pictures. (so three-year-old of me!) So good to see you growing and growing! I am hoping for one of your pieces for my birthday coming up! I’m working on that…
Ha! I was going to comment that “hey, I didn’t know she was your twin” and “gee, what a talented, creative family” but I guess a few other readers beat me to it
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