Sunday, April 13, 2008

A couple of things and some booties!

The boy is much better today! After a weekend filled with diarrhea and vomit, it looks like things are back to normal.

I picked up a new sewing machine on the other week and have been making booties! They are turning out pretty good and it looks like a few stores want to sell them. Since we have no tv, it is nice to have something to do in the evening once Hunter has gone to bed. Here are some of them:

And for Indigo! It is a Jysk cabinet. There are three of them. Two small and one double one. They are very nice for the cheap price you pay for them.

The other night I put Hunter to sleep. I heard him cry a little, then talk to himself, and then it sounded like he was having too much fun. So I had to go in a take a peek. This is how I found him! And he was grabbing onto his change pad and pushing it around. What a goof. He was so proud of himself!


Anonymous said...

I'm so glad he's feeling better! I was getting worried!!! Love the pic of your little prisoner!!! Very cute!
Auntie H

Rob, Tina and the boys said...

Too funny. Joey did the same thing when he was in a crib, but his chubby legs kept getting caught. Unfortunatly we were not able to get a crib here so he has been sleeping in a playpen.

Kate Nova said...

the little blue and brown ones are soooo cute! hunter will be the best dressed for all time I am sure.

Aida said...

glad he is feeling better. Ava does the same thing with her leg getting caught between the crib rails. for most part, she is fine but last weekend, she got it twisted pretty bad.

the booties looks GORGEOUS! i am so envious, with ur new sewing machine, let me know if u want the patterns for the diapers so i can email them to you, maybe you can try sewing them see how you like it (i hate sewing

Indigo said...

Your creative endeavours are inspiring to me. I had lost my juice for making things the past several years. Your booties are just the incentive I needed to spark a designing spurt. I like the blue ones, of course.

Thanks for the tip about the cabinets. Soon as I get home (I am now on my way to NS) I am going to get me some for the very same purpose. They are awesome.