On the weekend, Kaffy brought the promised ponchos that she made for Hannah. Even though the ponchos were specifically designed for a 5 year old, I was easily able to slide into one of them because there is only one hole I am slim; the size of a 5 year old obviously. Of course I look
After our lovely visit, which included my sister and her husband, Kaffy was getting ready to leave when Hannah ran up to her and demanded in a very cute 5 year old way, that Kaffy take back the extra poncho because it was too big for her. I guess Hannah figured if I could fit into it, gah, she'd never be able to wear it. So Kaffy took back the poncho and was going to donate it to a local poncho-wearing charity. Looks like I am S.O.L. I can't even sneak it to a holiday function. I'll be the only poncho-less partier, and Kaffy said that the poncho was making a comeback this year. Mark her word.
I think Hannah thought the poncho that she claimed was too big for her was unfinished because it was made with a different kind of yarn that had these fine little yarns sticking out - you know to a 5 year old, the poncho was kind of messy. Those 5 year olds can be picky -- plus the poncho Hannah kept had balls. And for some reason, everyone wants balls.
|Kaffy & Hannah|
Sunday I was supposed to meet up with one of the SOS (sisters offering support) through Womencare. We decided to take a raincheck even though it was a beautiful day mostly because my sister gets annoyed at the puppy distraction factor (PDF). This sister with whom I have offered support has had to sit through a lot of conversations discussing the cuteness of Bella. Bella's not as cute as she once was now that she's spayed, wearing a plastic collar, probably not even very cute to a portly courting corgi (say that 10 times fast). As soon as Bella's recovered though, I'm thinking Kaffy needs to whip up another poncho and get Bella back in favor with fashion.
|Extreme humiliation in the dog kingdom|