We can make this a safer, less fearful world.
Update: I’ve had some inquiries about whether I’ll make a pattern for these guys. Maybe someday! Let me know in the comments if you’d like that.
We now have six little lions to greet our baby when he comes next month!
I’m happy that I was able to come up with six mane variations. But making variations on a simple theme is one of my favorite things to do, so this has been a fun project. (If anyone is still wondering, these guys are about the size of a softball—not choking hazards like all my other tiny projects!)
Today is actually my 10th anniversary—10 years married to my best friend is a pretty good life, and now seems like a perfect time to be adding a third to our family. Just a little more than a month to go!
I now have four out of six little lions done, with about six more weeks of pregnancy to go. The end is in sight!
I’m either going to hang these on a circular mobile structure (like the one Joan used for the “Lighthearted Lovers” mobile or else use twigs wrapped in colorful yarn a la The Wooly Woods. Probably six lions is too many to hang from the mobile, but I like the balance of colors, and maybe baby will want one or two to play with anyway.
We may have a ton of practical things to buy and a whole house to move to before the big event, but at least the cute stuff is coming along nicely!
Update: Kim sent a photo of her bee onesie—she wasn’t kidding about it!
I don’t know about you all, but now I want a bee onesie too.
Last week I blogged about an interview that Let’s Knit magazine did with me in their July 2015 issue, and I threw in a giveaway because it’s a little boring to just talk about myself.
It’s now time to randomly select a winner winner, which is… commenter number 8, Kim!
I had a huge collection of bee related stuff when I was little, and am currently sitting in my bee onesie as I type this, and with our first baby on the way, this would be awesome for them and me!
It seems that this is a very worthy winner. I for one would love to see this bee onesie that she was wearing as she typed!
Congrats, Kim! I’m emailing you for your mailing address right now.