At my bridal shower, we played a DIY version of the newlywed game; my mom asked Fred a bunch of questions beforehand, and I had to answer them in front of all my family and lady friends. I did really well, one of the only ones I got wrong was "Where would you like to be?" Silly me, I thought he'd like to be with me! Instead, he said, "Lake Superior". Seems a fitting gift for such a one as he...
More Water (am I sensing a theme?)
A Sweet Day
I will admit that the crisp turned out a little weird. It tasted "green". I was just a little worried that I had poisoned us, but my mother saved the day. Apparently, sometimes rhubarb needs a little salt. Yes, salt. I know, it's funny that the ONE THING I didn't salt actually needed it. I guess that'll teach me.
Back to the Important Baby/Sewing Stuff
1. Fred's socks are in TERRIBLE shape. So many holes, for SO MANY months. Bad housewife...
2. A few weeks ago I saw a GREAT tutorial on Made By Joel on how to turn grownup socks into baby socks.
3. A few days ago I noticed that my baby's potato feet do not really fit into his socks anymore. Would we have to GASP! buy baby socks?
4. Yesterday I put together (holey man socks + cutting and sewing = new baby socks!)
Here they are! I love them! 5 loves them, because he can pull them off! Fred has fewer socks! Hooray!
If you have not been to Made By Joel, you HAVE to go. He is awesome. Really. You will have Dad envy.
Yes Mom, I would like a drink of water.
After drinking and subsequently spitting out half the glass onto my legs, I wised up, tossed most of the water out, and just gave the whole glass to him.
It was better that way.