Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Not Finished?

Peanut! What are you doing outside with my yarn? It's far too cold for you to be out without a coat.

Yes, I know it's going to be a coat dear, but it's not finished yet.
No. Those are knitting needles, not "fancy, attached ski poles".

Yes I know the snow is melting and won't last much longer, but you have to come back in and let me finish your coat.



shortoldlady said...

Hey - at least she had her boots on!
They are so cute.

kristo said...

heeheehee, sooo cute!

Christine said...

And here I thought Pumpkin was going to be the one into mischief! Nice idea Peanut...we have plenty of snow here in Ontario if you want to come and visit!

Rorek said...

I my goodness! Where did you find the little wagon and her pink boots? :O I love this, it's so cute.

Dorothy said...

What a hoot! I am so enjoying the adventures of Pumpkin and Peanut.

Marlene said...

Yes shortoldlady, there is that to be thankful for.

Oh even the "good" girls can sometimes make decisions that have you wondering Christine.

Rorek the wagon was an eBay find (search "toy + radio flyer + wagon"), they come up fairly frequently, just make sure you get the right size. There are some that are small enough to be used on a desk as a business card holder and though they might work for Pukis, they are too small for LittleFees.

The boots (a pair for each of my two LittleFees) were a Christmas gift from my daughter. Maybe she'll chime in and let you know where she got them?

I'm glad you are enjoying them Dorothy. I sometimes wonder if people think I'm crazy "playing" with dolls at my age, but this hobby and all it's sidelines are too much fun to stop now. ;)

Blablette said...

This is such an adorable picture story!

kristo said...

I got those boots from eBay seller "releaserain". I've bought MSD shoes from the same seller in the past and they're great. Highly recommended.

888LizardLane said...

I absolutely adore the pictures and your blog. The little dolls appear to be alive. Isn't it wonderful to "play" with dolls again?
Unfortunately, I still have to contain myself but the day comes closer where I can unpack the box with my first little elf.


Marlene said...

888LizardLaneI look forward to seeing your first photostory. They are a lot of work to photograph, edit, and compose, but so much fun too.