Thursday, July 26, 2007

Baby in a drum.

It's a little plastic kid's drum with a top that comes off to store other musical instruments. She's turned it into a space helmet.

9 comments:

Amy Lane said...

Okay, three things:

1. She's a riot--if I didn't have four of my own, and know about all of the other stuff that goes with them, I'd make plans to have one, just looking at the pictures.

2. She's not a baby anymore...she's a little girl. (I know that hurts...I've had to face that all summer with the Cave Troll. He really is a little boy...*sniff*)

3. She's absolutely stunning--in case you thought that was just the mother thing in you that made you think that she's the most beautiful baby in the world, no. She really is that gorgeous.

Bells said...

What Amy said. She is a beautiful little girl, I mean, Space Baby. too cute.

Jejune said...

All she needs now is a roll of aluminium foil and the hose off the vacuum cleaner... what a cutie :)

Mary Lynn said...

Very cool picture.

I love that drum set. As a matter of fact, I have bought it for many friends' children! ;)

KnitTech said...

She's a cutie. Soon she'll be breaking little boy's hearts.

Donna Lee said...

It is hard to give up the "baby" label. It's almost as hard to recognize that your children are adults.....

sienna said...

definitely *your* child!

Catie said...

what a versatile toy

Catie said...

Hey Julie, there is an option to volunteer edit things on Ravelry. I volunteered to edit your yarns (yep we put em there) which I will try to do over the coming weekend. Once you get onto Ravelry you will be put in charge of this and your patterns but I thought that since you were so far down the list I would try to help you until then. I hope this is okay. Although I have a ball of your sock yarn it is partially in use so I'm not sure I'll be able to get a good photograph of it. If there are more representative pictures that you would like included please let me know (so that if/when people look up your yarn they see what you consider your best work). I will also figure out where to put your etsy link on the yarn info. Of course if you don't want me doing this for your yarn I will remove myself as the editor.