Thursday, January 22, 2009


Apparently, Bruno was able to hold still for a bit while my sis squeezed him on into his sweater! He almost looks like he likes it. They also got some snow this past week where he lives, which is unusual.
I had my second ultrasound yesterday and so far, everything on the Wee One is looking good. I was really worried because one of my sissies was born with a cleft palate. You would never know it to see her today, she is gorgeous and can't even see any evidence of it, but as a child had to undergo surgeries to repair it from the time she was in infant til maybe she was 10 or 11. They were able to see that the Wee One does not have a cleft and I was quite relieved, knowing they would not have to go through what my brave sissy (and brave Kay) had to endure.
I am still working on the blankey--or not working on it most of the time. I am horrid at making blankets/Afghanistans/whatever your pet name for one is. They languish on my needles for days and weeks and months, maybe because they seem so neverending in the first place. I may need to gather more fibre this weekend and start something new and fresh to get me going, a sweater or hat or something more fulfilling pattern-wise and less daunting area-wise. Oh well, off to procrastinate some more...


Laura said...

That is so cute! I would never be able to get my beastie in a sweater.

Glad to hear everything is going well with the wee one. :-)

Let's get those steelers through the the super bowl with a win!


affectioknit said...

How cute is that!

Reilly! said...

I'm terrible at blankets; I've started and scraped three of them at this point. I am making a log cabin style blanket from scrap yarn though. It's not that bad since it's piecemeal, but man it's a lot of garter stitch.

Good to hear the Wee One is well!