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Moms and Babies

I was home sick yesterday - trying to fight off a pretty wicked cold that's been nesting in my body for weeks now. I got up really early because I went to bed really early the night before. With nothing to do but sit with my tea, I put in March of the Penguins and pulled out my wool and felting needles. Nearly twelve hours later, I produced to sets of Mom and Baby plumpies. Penguins (appropriately enough), and bunnies.

As I was watching March of the Penguins, I would randomly start crying at different spots. It's a really touching film if you haven't seen it. I just can't get over how endearing the struggle, affection, and bonds are with those penguins. My cat Cookie kept looking at me like I was a crazy person because I would just burst into tears. It's a good thing.

These adorable duos are now available in my shop!


  1. They're darling! You're so talented, my friend. Hope you're feeling better soon. I,too, have been battling that nasty cold. I know how you feel.


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