Behold the Mighty Bwun!Posted: September 10, 2009 Filed under: Dangerous Book for Boys 8 Comments
I finally (re)discovered the video camera, so not only did I upload all the videos from the past few months, I even took one of the Bwun crawling. Because I could. And it’s my blog here, so I can also flood you with the majestic adorableness of the Bwun.
(In more-or-less chronological order.)
Each one I watched, I thought, “Oh, I like this one best!” Although I’ve got to say, the crickets in the background of “Awake” was very clever too.
i like the crawling one. I’m so glad he is crawling instead of just scooting now. it is kind of nice when he crawls over to see you.
None of the above for me. I wish I had one of these skills but I just don’t.
I do all of those. Taught my self mostly , with books. When I needed more info I asked friends or my Mother. Mom now gone but I still have all her books and friends ,if I need help.
Thank you for visiting my Kitchen site and your comment.
sorry, answer the question in the wrong comment section:-)
I have knitted, but haven’t done it in a while.I would have to relearn. My sister taught me. I am a person who likes to be shown how to do something, then can pick it up after a few times of doing it, but can’t really read something to learn how to do it. Not my strong suit! I would agree that you should stick with the same stitch til your finished…
Have a great day!
I used to love to cross stich as a kid. I learned a simple pattern in the second grade for an art project. Then I moved up to more complex things working with my grandmother. I would love to get back into it if I could find the time.
I started out crocheting. My grandmother taught me when I was very young and used to spend many weekends there. I made a beautiful, comfy blanket that we keep on our couch. When I was on bedrest with my oldest daughter, my friend taught me to knit. She showed me the basics and I learned the rest for a book or online. I have learned to make sweaters, baby blankets, you name it. So relaxing!