On Saturday I also managed to complete the Baby Einstein coat and as soon as I get those pesky seams finished I will post pics. I'm now working on matching Sheepy Pants, because I truly do want my daughter to look like a blueberry.
Sunday hubby and I got up early and after some awesome strawberry pancakes, we headed to the Baby Boom Show. I'm sure I'll regret signing up for all the 'free' draws I did, but I managed to get some really good info from a couple of shops in town that I had wanted to visit, and I found a local woman that does belly casts and belly bowls. I need to have one of those. I managed to miss the doulas, who I was really hoping to talk to, but hubby mentioned that they appeared to be really pushy and would have completely turned him off the idea.
We did a little bit of on-line furniture shopping after the show, and I think we have a couple of stores to check out in our never-ending quest (I know it just started, but I also know how long it takes hubby and I to find something we both like)
Once we got home we watched The Lady in the Water, and while it was nothing like I thought it would be, we both really enjoyed it. I knit like a madwoman the entire afternoon and evening and finally managed to make up the garment that I was lagging behind. I also heard from one of the 'wits that she has located her koigu stash and has it ready to donate to my soaker project. Sweet! Hubby cooked up a tonne of butter chicken which was fantastic. We tried the new President's Choice naan, which I'm not that thrilled with. I really should just make a batch of it, but I've been saying that about chocolate chip cookies for the past 3 months too! Now that I have a bit of breathing room with the knitting I may try either some baking or some scrapbooking tomorrow night.