7.27.2010

"I don't understand what you are talking about."

Title: I am a satellite radio junkie. Half the time I don't realize I am singing along. Yesterday Jaxon asked why I was saying those silly words during an MC Hammer song. My response: Because you can't touch this. Jaxon could not comprehend why I wouldn't want him to touch me. This went on for a few minutes (like a bad comedy routine) at which point Jaxon decided he just doesn't understand what I am talking about. As matter of fact as that.

While looking for the above link to "U Can't Touch This" I totally got sucked in to watching old Hammer videos on YouTube. Stupid interwebs.

This week we celebrated a friend's third birthday. I went a bit wild with the theme, Little Red Riding Hood.


I made a tote bag from some super cute Japanese fabric...


...a little red riding hood cape (trimmed in said Japanese fabric because I was a bit short of red in my stash), with my first French seams...


...and a big bad wolf in grandma's bonnet that flips to...


...Red (with strangely long arms).

Happy Birthday, Evie!

9 comments:

~Michelle~ said...

oh wow, that is a cute doll! and your little man cracks me up - this blog could just be "Random Stuff Jaxon Says" and I would still visit (yep, even without the crafty, though I would be sad) :)

Mama Bear said...

What an awesome idea. Very cute. And it's funny the things kids don't get...when they look at you like you're crazy.

Jackie said...

I predict it won't be long before Jaxon is singing that song himself!

My oldest used to be a HUGE MC Hammer fan!

MJ said...

Of course I had to pop by to see what Jaxon was talking about!

Pink Feather Paradise said...

What a fabulous idea... dressing up clothes for gifts for children.... fantastic... I love it all... well done you!

x Alex

April (Polkadot Sparrow) said...

That little girl is going to pee her pants when she gets that gift.
Won't your little boy be perplexed when she starts saying to him of her presents, "You can't touch this."

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