Yesterday I went to yoga in the evening. Before I left I explained to Julius that Dada would be giving him a bath and putting him to bed because I was going to yoga. He got super excited. I asked him for a kiss before I left and he got all sad. Eventually I realized he wanted to do yoga! They have a yoga instructor come in every once in a while and teach the kids yoga. A couple weeks ago after I saw the pictures of Julius doing yoga I asked if he liked it and he said “yeah”. After which I took him through several yoga poses that he was pretty darn good at! This time I did a few more and he really liked it and was smiling the whole time. He is VERY good at following instructions! I guess I found a new yoga buddy.
Julius has also been doing a lot of play with his stuffed animals in the morning. The last few days he tells me stories about his animals when I get in there. Will said this morning Julius refused to get out of his crib when he woke up (singing). Instead he wanted to play with his toys. And Sunday after his nap Will sent me a picture of Cookie Monster wrapped up snug in Julius’ blanket.
Since Julius has started to get into imagination play, I decide to make him a silly bib for his “bunnies”. (We call all his stuffed animals “bunnies” since 70% of them are actually bunnies.) He loves to feed his animals breakfast in the morning, and even though they are pretty clean eaters, I thought a bib would be fun. He liked it and has moved it around to different animals a couple times but now it’s almost a permanent addition to “Big Bunny”. He does have some trouble with the velcro, so if I make more I may use snaps instead, which he is quite good at. This project is super quick so I have no excuse for why I haven’t made more…
What you’ll need:
- scrap square of PUL fabric
- 1/2″ square of velcro
- pattern here
- Cut out PUL fabric using the pattern provided.
- Stitch hook portion of velcro to position marked on the pattern, on the top (right side) of the fabric.
- Stitch loop portion of velcro to position marked on the pattern, on the bottom (wrong side) of the fabric.