4/52: Finished DD's three ruffle balls. I took some photos of them hanging from her ceiling, but still can't find the camera cable...
5/52: Finished a beige shirt I sewed for DS ages ago. I just had to finish four buttonholes and sew on five buttons. It's a good thing babies' shirts run large - has anyone else noticed this? DS is a large baby, usually way ahead of his clothing sizes, but he's seven months now and still swimming n 3-month-sized shirts. Are incredibly loose, baggy shirts a baby trend of which I am unaware? Do sizes continue to stay ridiculous as kids get older? Will he be wearing 5-year-old-sized shirts at the age of twelve?
We don't do much for Valentine's Day here. I was going to go to a restaurant with DH, but he's just started the Atkins diet again so anything foody will be problematic. I'll have to think about this. DD would think it was great fun to make heart-shaped cakes or something, and it'd be nice to include her (in NZ Valentine's Day is mostly between romantic partners, not a friends-and-family thing like it seems to be in the USA)... but then DH wouldn't be able to eat them, and that would be a bit tragic. Hmm. Heart-shaped steaks? :p
I hear you.My husband is on the Atkins right now too.He'd probably like heart shaped steaks.Ha!
My daughter is the opposite with the clothes.She is 7 and wears a size 10.She's a tall girl.