Year Two, Week Sixteen – Jessica

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The end of Christmas break signals a trip

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(or two) to Norang Craft Café. I’ve blogged about this little piece of heaven before and Amber has too (you can tell it’s winter again!), but it’s just as wonderful now as it was then. Take you’re kids and you too can have a moment of piece while their employees do crafts with your children and you sip coffee. Oh yes, my friends, it is as blissful as it sounds.

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  • Dina Farmer - That sounds ridculously blissful! I can’t believe it! So, you can take your kids there and someone does crafts with them? So it’s like mommy time with friends only you don’t exactly have to watch your kids…..wow! I’m so jealous! LOL I always get dirty looks at the local coffee shops…hence the reason I stopped going…..because my son is a child and likes to do child things like scream and laugh.ReplyCancel

  • Amber - Yes. It is blissful! Must go again!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - I love the crafty thing in the background! Very energetic!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - Yep…this is a classically beautiful Jessica photo!ReplyCancel