Originally Posted by kennedy444
It's like when my kids ask me for something while I"m knitting and they finish my sentence when I say, "Wait until I finish this row."
Yeah, ds has learned that one.
Last year he was pretending to knit. Suddenly he asked me if I wanted some pretend food.
I said, "Sure."
"Okay," he told me, "just let me finish this row." Wonder where he learned that...
DD, on the other hand, has given me knitting advice. A couple of weeks ago she wanted me to do something for her. "Hang on," I said, looking closely at the illustrations of increases and decreases on knittinghelp.com, "I'm trying to figure out how to make Isaac's hat the way I want it."
She came over and looked at the screen, then turned to me and said, "Knit!" Not terribly specific, but accurate, and she is only 2, after all.