Yep, it's broke! He was wrestling with his little cousins and his arm ended up on bottom. He is so proud of his blue cast, he thinks it is so tough! How tiny is that cast! We knew it would happen one day, I'm surprised- as rough as he is - that it has been this long. This happened last night but he did not act like it hurt too bad, so we let it go. Then around 1am he woke crying, by then he was hurting. This morning we went to the emergency room (our family doc can't cast or X-ray in the office) where they said his arm was broke, put him in a splint, and sent us to the orthopedic doc for a bright blue cast.
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Emily and Elizabeth
On to more girlie things.... I made Molly and Madeline dolls with the pattern from Wee Wonderfuls. I was wondering how the girls would warm up to the dolls, kinda worried they would not care too much for them, but I think I'm safe! I gave them the dolls on Sunday morning and Maddie fell asleep in church with hers. YAY! They passed the test, I am so excited!
So here is my pattern review:
The dolls were very easy to make if you follow the instructions carefully. I would recommend that if you make this doll you spring for the wool felt. I do not have access to wool felt where I live, so I just bought some of the cheap felt. The cheap felt has already started to get those little, fury, balls all over. I am going to make Lily and Iris dolls next week so I need to order some wool felt. Does anyone know an online source for wool felt? I would love to hear where you get yours. You can find the pattern by clicking ~here~.