(legos... there are legos and toys everywhere. But does he play them? no. He throws them around and then plays with foil and toilet paper and anything he is not suppose to touch of his sisters.)
My trip to the yarn store yesterday was hilarious! The little guy made all sorts of new girlfriends.
He even passed around big kiss-y lips and flirty smiles. He's so stink'n cute! Kills me!
I nabbed another skein of the grey wool to knit Trent's other sock. And as you can see above, 2 skeins of Malabrigo Rios in color Pearl Ten. This picture makes it look blue but it is actually a more grey black with hints of blue/purple. But still very masculine. I think it will be adorable with the leather elbow pads i'm going to add. I finally got around to writing this pattern set. Sweater and hat. The one above is a test knit in the wee man's current size. The newborn set I knit him before he was born is teeny tiny. I miss seeing him in it. So now I have another one and a cute kiss-y faced model for the photos.
Red hair, blue eyes, big lips and a hand knit sweater...
be still, my beating heart!
I'll put a could pictures of his newborn sweater set. It's so TINY! Have a great afternoon!
I just finished making oatmeal for the girls and toast and apples for the little guy.
I have a hot cup of coffee on the desk with me as I type. The spider webs outside are frozen white and the girls are at the window discussing how they don't look real. It's very cold and Grimm like outside... scary and creepy. It's giving me an abundance of design ideas!
When the sun breaks through and warms up the view, and the girls are off to school, I'm taking a trip to the yarn store. Followed by nap time for my wee one, a pot of hot hot tea and some very therapeutic swatch knitting.
Thank you to everyone who has commented, "hearted" and/or purchased my Aloysius hat on Ravelry. I just finished an adult version in a rich green color. It's going to fly out to Tahoe to be with my cousin today. But first I'll snap some photos so I can add it to my fished projects on Ravelry.