Today is Father’s Day and for Matt, it’s his first Father’s Day!
While it feels so natural to be a parent, I still have those moments of, “Holy crap! We had baby! We’re parents!”
For those of you not versed in comic book lore, Wolverine from the X-Men is Canadian.
As a knitter, I have to admit that making hats is often fun. They’re not usually hard (or you can avoid the really hard patterns if you want, cause there are so many different options out there) and they can knit up pretty quick.
Baby hats are even better because they’re small and you often want to use nice soft yarn. Non-knitted baby hats are just as cute cause they’re so little!
Before Missy Moo was born, I received a number of hats for her. My mother-in-law is a fantastic knitter and she did some very lovely hats and some with sweaters to match. Other hats were given by friends and family. Babies tend to lose a lot of heat from their heads and often lack a full head of hair, so having them strut around in a hat seems logical, right?
My daughter feels otherwise. Here are three different reactions to hats…
It’s inspired me to dig up some old photos. Some of the photos I’ll share will be ones that were in the wedding slideshow that Matt and I had back on 07-07-07 (or “Seven cubed” as we nicknamed our special day).