I did not get as much knitting done this week. I made some progress on the stocking. I was halfway through the heel earlier this afternoon before I had to tear it out. I’ll try it again tomorrow. I think I need a break from it before I attempt the heel again.In positive knitting news, I’m almost done with the body of the sweater. I have three inches to go before I start on the sleeves. I think I’ll get a lot of use out of this sweater. I am on track to have it finished by Thanksgiving.I hope I’ll be done with the stocking by next Wednesday. Once I am done with the stockings I’ll probably start a hat for Elliot for travel knitting/incredibly sick of working on the sweater knitting.
Month: October 2018
September Blanket Progress
The blanket just keeps growing. Audrey didn’t want to pose by the blanket this month, so Wrigley was her stand in.
I did it again. I said I wouldn’t do it again this summer. I swore I was through with making stupid decisions. Yet I did it: I went camping with my best friend and all four of our little kids.
We headed down to Missouri on Saturday morning for a night in the camper. It was a beautiful fall day. We were able to have fun at the playground.
We had a picnic dinner. This big guy fell off of the top stair of the camper. He is fine, but for a minute there I was terrified (so was he).He just needed some extra snuggles.
Mostly from camel. Camel’s name has recently changed from Alice to Cam Cam. I’m a little sad about the name change. Thankfully, Elliot’s voice for Cam Cam (it is very high pitched) hasn’t changed, which makes me happy.Once Elliot felt better we sat around the fire.Elliot and Bryan had a nice little chat.The kids had s’mores. They were all fans.After the fire we put the kids to bed. Then my kids were absolutely crazy and Elliot is no longer allowed to camp until he is 4 and I thought they would never sleep. It sucked. I am not taking them both camping at the same time next year. If I tell you I’m taking them camping please remind me of this blog post. Audrey and Elliot were so naughty I grounded them from the Laurie Berkner Band for two weeks. Are they too young to understand a punishment that long? Absolutley. I’m already feeling guilty about that, but not guilty enough to listen to anything but my music on the way home.
This morning I had more coffee than normal and tried to wear the kids out before our drive home. We headed to the playground where they climbed for a long time. We headed home after the playground. It was a 4 hour drive. Both kids were exhausted. Neither child napped. I’m now going to make a cup of tea and try to forget the bad parts of the trip and focus on the fun parts.