…just like that, Easter is over!
Man, my boys are good at speeding through the holidays.
Easter Eggs are Dyed!
The mad scramble for Easter Eggs begins…
No height is too high.
Check out this action shot. Straight into the basket!
Five minutes flat and all the eggs have been found. Hmmm… maybe the Easter Bunny needs to work on hiding the eggs better!
Let the chocolate fest begin. Happy Easter!
Our Spring weather has been variable, to say the least. One day rainy, the next sunny. This weekend was no exception.
Saturday was a rainy day, but instead of spending it at home, we decided to go on an adventure.
We went for a quick hike into Redwood Regional Park to walk under the redwoods.
Dos catching a ride back to the car.
Sunday, on the other hand was beautiful and sunny!
We headed to Fort Funston to introduce Dos to the beach!
I’m not sure he knew what to make of it.
It is supposed to rain again tomorrow which is great, we need it.
I’ve been home sick for a few days which gave me a chance to finish up my Rikke.
I probably should have gone down a needle size or two as it is a bit baggier than I would have liked, but I think I’ll see how I like it for a bit before deciding on its fate. I’m just not sure if I can pull off a slouchy hat. But I’m wearing it now, so that’s a good sign.
Getting some snuggles from the dogs!
I’m turning the yarn that I frogged a while back into something for myself!
I’m making a Rikke Hat!
This pattern calls for a Twisted German Cast-on which is a new technique for me. I love learning new stitches, the problem is that I can never remember them the next time I want to use them!
Its been a few weeks since Dos entered our lives and much like what happened when we got Peso, it has been an adjustment. And also just like last time, we have had a couple of moments where everywhere we turn there was a dog peeing on the floor, kids fighting over a toy, the dogs fighting over a toy, kids making messes, dogs making messes, repeat.
The boys are having a lot of fun with Dos. He is a really snuggly little dog and the boys love to cuddle him and carry him around.
And Peso and Dos are a good pair. Both energetic and playful, they have the best time running around after each other. Peso is much faster and the alfa dog, but Dos gives him a run for his money. The energy level is really high at our house!
Luckily it means that they also tire each other out.
Aww! What sweet puppies!
Hey! That rhymes!
In January I set out to accomplish some knitting goals and to get motivated I joined this Knitting Resolution KAL. Here’s an update of what I’ve done so far:
Go through knitting stuff to organize and take stock. Done! I went through all my yarn, needles, etc… and got organized and updated my Ravelry project and stash pages. Phew!
Finish up wips that are languishing or frog them. Finished up my Random Ripple Blanket
and this little hat:
and frogged the cowl that I had made to go with these mitts. It was my own “design” and although I wore it a few times, I never really loved it. But I love the yarn:
3) Make something for myself!
Hopefully in time for my birthday!
They are the Troll Hat and were super fun and fast to make.