This is a fairly boring update to my latest knitting WIP-I’m still working on the 71 rows of stockinette stitch that make up the front trouser. Hoping I cross the threshold into the front bib soon. I think I’m currently knitting around row 55.I finally found a block of time to give Harmon dairy again yesterday as per my pediatrician’s instructions (two+ weeks ago he ate ten bites of yogurt as a test & got hives). No difference this time-he still got hives & as a bonus this go-around he also became incredibly itchy within 10 minutes & scratched himself bloody in several places on his torso through the onesie plus his eczema patches flared all over. Nap time was tough as a result. I spent most of it alternating between knitting while watching him & soothing/nursing him back to sleep.
He managed two fitful hours of sleep & woke up much happier, hives gone.
Watched some chicken antics outside. He can imitate a rooster crowing like no other 17 month old I know.
I haven’t mentioned on the blog that we’re currently incubating eggs (speaking of chickens). This Sunday will be Day 21-fingers crossed for a good hatch day!
Harmon still loves playing in June’s doll camper from Land of Nod. I call it his hobbit home (it’s for dolls!). He spent a lot of time in there yesterday while I watched him for symptoms.
Itching again. I finally had to snap the onesie back on & dress him in a sweatsuit to stop this (he already was covered in his eczema cream & various other anti-itch medications we use).
Joining in with Martha, & Ginny in spirit.