|Saturday was more of the same sicknesses as Thursday and Friday, with the main difference being that I was able to leave Jakob at home with Yannick when I went to work. This was the first time since Jakob's birth that he's been alone with Yannick for more than 3 hours, since the previous times they'd spent the day together I was still breastfeeding and Yannick brought Jakob to me to feed every 3 hours or so. My boys spent the day together on the couch, watching tv while Jakob slept in Yannick's arms. He (Yannick) loved the feeling so much that he never got off the couch to do any of the tidying up I'd hoped for...but I can't fault him. As much as it sucks when Jakob is sick, it is really sweet the way he cuddles.
The gastro had the poor kid soiling his clothes so often that we got tired of doing laundry, so for a little while in the morning we gave him breakfast in only a bib and diaper. I can't get over how tall he looks in this photo. He's average height, but I find his arms and legs look so long!
Saturday night we went to the Biftheque with my family to celebrate last years' birthdays. (We're a bit behind). After dinner they all came back here to open gifts, and I FINALLY was able to give my mom the Montego Bay scarf I'd knit for her. It had been sitting in my drawer since November when I thought I'd be giving it to her on her actual birthday.
In other knitting gift news, my inlaws have both requested socks for Christmas this year. Everytime they were with Yannick when he was wearing his handknit socks, he kept raving about the fit, the comfort, etc. Could it be? Could I finally wind up with some family members (besides Yannick) who *gasp* appreciate my knitting?
Labels: Montego Bay Scarf