Monday, June 2, 2008

Boy sewing follow up

All done! It's actually been all done for a week but last week we were to hectic too get any photos.


I've decided to try and relax a little in regard to posting photos of my children. How much cuter is this than this? Alot, that's how much. So nobody tell me any stories about finding photos of their kids in advertisements or fertility treatment testimonials ok?
Now that I remember those examples I'm getting a little nervous about it already but I'll try my best not to come back and delete these.


It has a bit of a "droopy drawers" effect but I don't think there's a way around that. At least not one that would be comfy for Tiny, and since children of this age are rather prone to actual droopy drawers it's probably best that the romper mimics the effect. I hate visible wet-diaper bulge. Hate it.
By the way, that is the same wheel barrow full of weeds, in case you wondered. It has not moved an inch since the day, two-ish months ago, when I filled it. Maybe I'm not winning that war after all.

4 comments:

Kakes said...

Yay! I am so excited to see the kidlets more. I do enjoy looking at them in their clothes much more than looking at the clothes (the clothes are very cute too, your kids just make them even cuter).

Annie said...

My gosh he is cute!! And I love, love, LOVE that outfit! And the tie! Well done, my dear. Well done.

the tumtum tree said...

Oh I love this! I really lament the lack of handmade clothes I see on blogs for boys. I too am guilty but have only girls. This is still so adorable. Love the tie idea.

the tumtum tree said...

Thank you for the lovely comment! I was literally giddy after reading it Your dolls are so adorable as well! I made some for my daughter last christmas but I didn't secure the hair very well and we're always finding pieces of it all over her bed and house. I like to think they look 'loved' rather than 'poorly made'. Nothing like yours. I love the hair. It gives them the most character. I will be stopping by often to see what new projects you create!