Before we left the changing room, Sean was playing with the little girl who is just a few hours younger than him, and bit his tongue (on the tip). Those teeth of his are super sharp! There was a little bit of blood - but nothing serious. Poor kid - I'm sure this is not the last time he'll bite his tongue/lip/inside cheek - I know I've done it plenty over the years! But ouch - it kills! I once as a kid was jumping on my parents bed and split open my tongue.... I vaguely remember having to ice it. This tongue bitting this morning was not as bad as that.... he'll be okay. He shed some tears, and then two minutes later he forgot about it. This was my first blood experience with him. We've not had any scrapes or cuts yet.... thank goodness! And thank goodness it wasn't anything serious! Though, I'll keep an eye out that it doesn't get infected or anything (though, I don't think it should?)
This morning upon getting home I baked some cookies for the knitting guild's 10th birthday party. I had signed up for bringing something, so I made cookies. I was going to make an apple cake but I didn't have the right apples at home. So cookies it was. I baked them, and put them to cool and then went on with my day.
Took a super long nap with Sean this afternoon. We took a really long nap. It was really needed. For both of us. I was just zonked.
We got up just as Jamie got home from work. Jamie went to taste one of the cookies, and well, they weren't cooked properly. I'm not sure why. Usually I've always done them on my baking sheet with tin foil, but have been baking on parchment paper upon suggestion of my mother-in-law. Maybe the cooking times are different with parchment over tin foil? Anyhow, so that ruined, I picked up Tim Bits from Tim Horton's to bring - as last resort. I felt horrible bringing them - I really wanted to actually bake something - but that clearly wasn't happening.
I worked on Sean's blankie at the guild meeting and it was a huge hit there - everyone was in awe that I'm knitting it with leftover sock yarn with US0 needles! That or they thought I was crazy!