What’s going on? What time is it? What day is it? Month? And more importantly,
WHICH ONE OF YOU POKED THE SLEEPING BEAR?!?!?!
Just give me a minute or two to wake up.
Y A W N !
There, that’s better. Now let me see…oh my! It’s April! When did that happen? Yes, I suppose it is time to come out of my blogging hibernation. Over two months since my last post, I know. I know. Okay? Back off! I’ve been really super busy… with all that sleeping… And here you’ve all been so patiently waiting the answer to my last post. The big reveal to the super stumping cliff hanger. To recap:
Secret Activity. My absolute favouritest thing I did while in BC was so utterly wonderful and fantastic that it deserves its own blog post. But be assured that it rocked. It is a combination of sweet and cute and awesome and funny and at times very, very loud.
The guesses just piled in, and with 100% accuracy. Wow, you guys are smart! All two of you!
My absolute favouritest thing I did over the winter was: Cuddling My New Nephew!
Now I will exercise my god-given right to share photos of the cutest baby ever. Internet, meet Tristan. Tristan, meet the Internet.
I made him that sock monkey. From a kit. He loves it. I’m clearly his favourite.
I also made him this hat. He’s not angry because of the hat. He’s angry because his mean mom was threatening to take it off.
Because he loves it.
Guess who made him his sleeper bag? That’s right! Unicorns! I hired them to knit it with their magical horns. So expensive, but nothing is too good for my little guy!
Does anyone else wonder why they’re called Unicorns and not Unihorns? Where does the corn come from?
He was only a month old when I saw him. You may be saying to yourself “That can’t be right, he looks old enough to drive. Rockets. Into space!” Yes, he entered this world at a whopping 11 lb 4.5 ounces. Yikes!
I suppose I should sign off with a promise of updating this a tad more regularly, but we’ve all heard that one before. I don’t want to lie to you. Again. So instead I promise to try to think about maybe doing it a little more often.