The day before Thanksgiving.
We don't host Thanksgiving, as we travel to Philly the day after for a second Thanksgiving with Brian's side of the family. So my mom and dad usually host, and Brian makes something scrumptious for dessert.
In order for the scrumptious-ness to take place, we need to get outta the way! So Will occupied himself downstairs on the computer. And Sean and I decided to play with some yarn.
First, we chose a bunch of yarns for Christmas gifts, ornaments and charity mittens. Sean loves to pick out colors for things. Little does he know, he was picking out some for himself as well.
Then naturally, we need to pose with ALL of the yarns. Sean really enjoys getting buried on the couch.
Then comes the winding. It's kind of hard to have the patience that it takes to let a four-year old help wind the yarn. But the mantra "Be the kind of mom that they deserve" helped a little. That and "What are some tangles??" Well.....tangles and knots are the DEVIL, I'll have you know. They didn't rear their ugly heads though, all winding went smoothly.
And now I have a whole bunch of lovely center-pull balls for Christmas knitting. Thanks, Sean!