Knit Lit


Mom, you now have company on the naughty list.  Hubby earned his way out of hand-knits from me with one little act.  He shunned my knitted booties for store bought gross acrylic booties.  That’s right! I made him two types of booties. Two!  He had his choice, and he chose the store bought ones! Yuck!

I can’t even continue.  I’m so hurt.  Boy Child knows how to work the situation.  He cuddled up to me and said he liked hand knit stuff.  So, I’m off to whip up some little booties for boy child.  At least someone in this family has good taste.


December 11, 2008 - Posted by | Family


  1. Oooh….baad hubby. Your boy child sounds like mine, though. ;-)

    Comment by Bubblesknits | December 11, 2008

  2. Blasphemy!!!

    Comment by cashmereandchocolatecake | December 12, 2008

  3. If it so pleases the court, the defense would like to submit the following:
    1) the said booties are of quality construction and bear the “Isotoner” name brand;
    2) the said booties were displayed by a reputable retailer during a Door Buster Sales Event, at a discounted sales price;
    3) your adoring and affectionate husband possessed a coupon which, in addition to the discounted sales price, brought the total purchase price to an amount LESS than that which you could have toiled and troubled to produce similar booties.
    In conclusion, having knowledge that the plaintiff is busier than Santa during the holiday season, the husband entered into the transaction and purchased said booties to decrease the workload upon the plaintiff.
    Additionally, your adoring and affectionate husband braved the cold wintry weather (similar to the conditions experienced when your adoring and affectionate husband accompanied you to SAFF) to partake in the Door Buster Sales Event to acquire gifts and goodies for YOU.
    The defense rests.
    Merry Christmas!

    Comment by WarmBooties | December 12, 2008

  4. are booties and socks the same thing?

    Comment by Buck | December 12, 2008

  5. And this season will be remembered as “The Great Bootie Scandel”. Their children’s children will gather around the fire to hear the tale repeated……O come let us console them.

    Comment by Mom (better known as Nana) | December 12, 2008

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