1.25.2009

Bunnies and Burns

I've made some progress on my improv challenge, and on a swap quilt, neither of which I will be sharing with you today...

But I can share with you this sweet little bunny that went to live with our friends' daughter on her third birthday. This is from the pattern Big Footed Bunny.


Of course, she had to play with Jaxon's bunny before she left. And she reversed her dress to impress Mr. Bunny.


Oh, and a small bit of advice. Say you splurge on some linen for a special project. And your ironing diligently while your baby boy plays in the sewing room. When said baby boy loses his balance and pulls a heavy wood chair over on himself, don't leave the iron sitting plate down.


Jaxon suffered his first split lip but bounced back quickly. Today he gave us all nicknames. He's Fire, Charlie is Rain, and I'm Snowflake. Element powers unite!

8 comments:

The WoodLand School said...

I'm so glad Jaxon is ok ... but what a total bummer about your linen!

Cathy said...

glad Jaxon has only a split lip and nothing else. So sad about your linen. Your little bunnies are very cute.

imaginethatquilts said...

Oooops. I guess a bit of linen is nothing in comparison to a split lip!

Louise said...

Well Snowflake, he's definitely a boy! Sad about the linen though.

Thimbleanna said...

Sorry about your linen Snowflake! I hope Jaxon is on the mend. And cute bunny too!

Rachel said...

Cute bunnies! I posted your swap parcel this morning so I'm guessing it should be with you some time next week.
Rachel :)

MJ said...

Whew! I am relieved: I became worried that Jaxon somehow got injured by a hot iron. Relief!!

MJ said...

Oh! You teased me with your kitchen reno post so I went to your "before reno" link (and I am imagining our before will look much worse considering we are taking all the interior walls out for re-insulating!) and couldn't find a post-reno kitchen photo! Voila! An idea for your next post!

(Our basement bath vanity is almost 35" tall plus the added sink height so it is also deliberately taller than the traditional bath vanity. When we go to renovate the upstairs bath, its vanity will be taller too. I'm over 5'8" and these short vanities/counters are just lethal! So is the stove/oven!)

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