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Jul 30 2009

Crackers, Please.

Published by Meghan at 8:14 pm under Babble

So, we had ryan’s grandparents in town this past week. we have been VERY busy running around with them, visiting with family, getting home too late, and crashing early. the house is a disaster. i am pooped. in addition to this my brother/wife/new niece from seattle AND my brother/wife from canada are both coming in town this weekend.
add to all of this family time the fact that the computer is busted and podcasting on ryan’s just isn’t the same, and well….
i need a week off.
i tried to get little man to sing abc’s for you…that didn’t go well. so instead i snuck my handheld recorder in the kitchen with me and recorded him asking for a snack.
i thought maybe hearing how awesome he is doing will tied you over for a week without me.
i promise next week i will be back to a regular schedule, and announce the winner of July’s Donation incentive that Cosymakes has donated this month! (tonight is the last night to get in on it! a copy of her book Knit One, Embellish Too! and some hand dyed farm wool!)

I give you….

Crackers, Please.
an unedited recording of the littleman.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Crackers, Please.”

  1. Jan Melcheron 31 Jul 2009 at 11:33 am

    That recording just brought back so many memories, since my daughter is now 26 and my son 24. Owen is blessed to have a mommy like you, you use every opportunity to teach. Yeah Megan, keep up the good work. You’ll have Owen caught up verbally before you know it.

  2. michelleon 31 Jul 2009 at 11:40 am

    Aw, he’s absolutely adorable! I love his counting and “one mommy one” “two mommy two” and that giggle! What a little cutie! That kid is gonna be a heartbreaker!

  3. Ellenon 01 Aug 2009 at 8:29 pm

    I love the “I do, I do!”

    Keep this and play it back at his graduation parties!

  4. susetheslowknittaon 02 Aug 2009 at 2:20 pm

    Meghan, this is so delightful, especially as I’ve been working through your back catalogue (doesn’t that sound great!) and had just listened to ep 33 where Owen had had his yearly assessment and you are being so brave , yet your worry & concern shines through.

    The little man has come a long way, and it is lovely to hear him chatting to you and counting and chomping on his crackers.

    He’s a star! (as are you & Ryan, for your love & care of the little showman!)

    many hugs to you all

  5. Cynthiaon 07 Aug 2009 at 4:40 pm

    Hi Meghan – It was fun to listen to Owen, and I am glad you are taking a well deserved week off (although it sounds like you are busy). I have been thinking about your discussion about bees and the lack there of on a recent podcast. You are trying to attract Mason Bees to your garden as they are the workers and pollinators. You can buy bee houses to provide shelter and nesting sites but you can also make one (or more) easily. One way is to simply drill holes into a block of wood about 5/16th of an inch and 3 – 3 1/2 inches deep (get a scrap piece of 4×4). You can make it look like a house by fashioning a roof over the top. Hang on fence or tree, facing south. Another fun looking house is hollow bamboo rods about 3-4 inches long, (like the ones used to stake plants) gather a bundle, tie with raffita or a pretty ribbon and place in the notch of a tree (or fence). If you go to my flicker page on Ravelry (knittingmidwife) you can see a picture of one I have in my garden. Keep up the good work, Meghan. You are very inspirational.