She had wanted boots and coming to Texas without boots just didn’t seem right so we went to Tractor Supply to find some but they didn’t have her size.
I ended up ordering boots and they arrived yesterday. She kept them on all day . . I was afraid she was going to want to sleep in them.
She loves driving the RTV. For those not familiar with them, the seat is short and I’m basically right next to her. In fact, I push the gas pedal and she steers so we are barely rolling and we’re only on our driveway or in our woods so please . . no safety speech about a 7 year old driving.
Yesterday a giant grasshopper jumped into the RTV and landed on the floor. She got those long legs up in the seat and wasn’t about to put her feet on the floor. I told her . . you have on boots so you need to be a little braver!
Now she’s singing and notice she has the new doll dress hanging on her arm.
She chose the fabric for the Double Jumper. I’ll make the blouse today. She’s getting so excited about the doll clothes. Once the jumper was finished (still needs buttons), she said “It looks like a lederhosen! I said “WHAT?” and she said it again. I had no idea what a lederhosen was so she began describing it for me and I was figuring it out. Chad said “Granny, How do you NOT know that?” I told him . . there’s a whole lot I don’t know.