Friday, February 01, 2008

Knitting Class #2

Only one person showed up last night but I was cool with that. She had attended the previous class and only needed a bit of hand holding to get started. It was nice to be able to sit down and do some knitting myself while we chatted. Her and her husband recently adopted two little boys less than a month ago so I passed down some of my motherly wisdom to her (Motrin is great for teething pain because it lasts longer and helps with the inflammation). We also commiserated about nap schedules and wanting to get out of the house to get a break from the kids. Fun times. When both of our kids are healthy we are planning a playdate.

This picture was taken the morning after the first one that I posted. You would think that Evan would have learned his lesson the first time. Harry had no problem getting in and out on his own. Evan is more fearful about things that throw him off balance most likely because of his stroke.

"Mommy can you just put down the camera and help me out here?"


"I just can't see what all the fuss is about."

6 comments:

nicki said...

I am loving those pants with the heart on the rear in your last post! So cute.

And your little boy reminds me of my littlest! Yours are darling; they're having a good old time in the laundry basket!

Thomas said...

Kids love lawndry baskets. But I guess they make use of everything in there micro enviroment to experience all the things mudane to use as new and adventurous to them.

Your boys seem darling. I have coloring pages and a blog at www.brendasfriends.com. Pleas visite and let me know what you think. What you like and what it needs.

Brenda is my daughter and I am basing a cartoon on her. This website is the place a put up the thing I am working on.

Tama said...

Your boys are so cute! One student for a class is the way I like it. That way you can really help them and they seem to do better when its one on one.

Gabriela said...

Wow-you really are quite the knitter. I too love the pants with the heart. Your socks look pretty cozy too. If I lived near you I'd take your class. :)

Nanette said...

Nick has those same shark jammies!

Nick is just the opposite of Evan, he has absolutely no fear, which can be quite frightening at times, ha!

Kristi said...

I would sooooo let you teach me. Come to my house. Teach me. Please.