Kudos! You have captured the sentiment so brilliantly and humorously!!!
Get Momma a sandwich!
Oh my gosh......that is exactly how I feel.....
That is so funny. It is just like heaps of mums feel.HugsKay
Know the feeling.......Hugs
Oh, my goodness. I picked up an Art Doll Quarterly on a whim from the craft store last night, came across your article and fell in loooove with your mice! I've just spent a ridiculous amount of (well-spent)time looking at all of your pictures here and am amazed! I mean, your mice are awesome enough, but within the realm of possibility. Your mouse armchair?! Mouse literature?! Carved knitting needles?! WOW. I was hoping to find more information about the kindergarten mouse project here, as my youngest starts in the fall and will have a teacher that we're close to (she taught his brother and we've kept in touch.) Is there a way to purchase the pattern/instructions? I would love to make these for my son and his soon-to-be classmates! Either way, I am absolutely buying your Mouse House book tonight and look forward to new posts here. Thank you so much for making the world a more beautiful place!
Pobre mamá ratona, está exhaustaUn abrazo
What a day she's had! You've caught the angst so perfectly, as well as the innocence of the little ones--perfect! :-) Jennifer
Just DARLING!! You've captured the moment of mom at her wit's end so wonderfully! I love the details....tiny mouse beating on a pot with a spoon, the half-eaten snack on the floor, the big wooden block....the poor mom! Apparently, mouse children are just as trying as humans. :) I'm dazzled at how much your litle mice say without speaking a word. :))))
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