Behold the Mighty Bwun!

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.

Behold!

(In more-or-less chronological order.)


8 Comments on “Behold the Mighty Bwun!”

  1. KHL says:

    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.

  2. romgi says:

    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.

  3. Nina says:

    None of the above for me. I wish I had one of these skills but I just don’t.

  4. AuntieE says:

    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.

  5. AuntieE says:

    sorry, answer the question in the wrong comment section:-)

  6. Brandi says:

    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!

  7. 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.

  8. LZ says:

    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!


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