It was a great trip, full of baby fun and anticipation.
This is John and Anne before the baby shower on Saturday.
While in Idaho I spent less than ten minutes thinking about knitting. Does that mean I'm not addicted like the knitters on the lists are always claiming to be?
For the few minutes I did think about knitting, I hauled John's Basketweave Ribbing Sock out of my suitcase, brought it downstairs and left it out where we couldn't help seeing it. Later that day John tried it on and we were pleased to note that it fits perfectly. Once the toe is Kitchenered and the two ends woven in, the first sock will be done.
I thought I might get the second sock on the needles today, but it didn't happen. I'm not sure where today went, but not very much got accomplished. Tomorrow will be better.
Wizards, castles, unicorns, and lots of dragons decorate Sydney's nursery.
The walls are painted a periwinkle blue. The crib is full of stuffed animals just waiting for her arrival. They probably don't realize that when she takes over the crib, they are going to have to get out - at least until she's older.
It is premature springtime in Idaho. It was in the 50s and the sun was shining. Not necessarily a good thing.
They haven't had their usual snow this winter, not even in the mountains.
According to Son John (who I'm sure will correct me if this isn't right), they will probably have a drought this summer since there isn't a snow pack to melt and feed the lakes, streams, and rivers.
Driving around sight seeing on Sunday we could see that the water level in Lake Coeur d'Alene is low. It is still very beautiful.
For anyone interested, there are more pictures of the trip here.
Wish I could send Idaho some of our snow. It's coming down cold and heavy in Michigan tonight. Looks like we've got about six inches so far.
It's March. This snow isn't going to stick around very long. Any day now we will see the first robin and the first bluebird. By the end of the month the Phoebes will be here checking out their nest for another summer of raising little Phoebes.
And most exciting of all, this spring my granddaughter Sydney will be born.