As I am looking forward to hopefully completing the studio excavation tomorrow (it has definitely gone past cleaning to some sort of archeological activity) I’m somehow not feeling entirely crafty with today’s post. Don’t take that the wrong way; I am insanely gung-ho to finish reorganizing the studio space and get back to sewing. I have two quilts in differing degrees of progress that I am crazy excited about, but right now that wall of mess in the studio is just standing in the way.

So, once I got Bee down for her nap I decided to start digging through another mess: the holiday photos. There are so many great shots this year now that Bee can sometimes hold still for more than a half-second. What I’m really loving is how she jumps back and forth between being a princess:


And being a knight (though she is only playing with the dragon; she doesn’t approve of killing):


Though my favorite, favorite part is that she now completely commingles the two, along with a couple of others, and plays at Princess-Knight-Superhero, which is what I think she shall always be to me…


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5 Responses to Princess-Knight-Superhero

  1. 1
    Anne says:

    I love this, it takes me back to the 90’s and my Grand-daughter when she was about 3. When I asked what she would like Santa to bring her she told me she wanted a ‘life size Rapunzel Barbie and a dump truck’. Of course Santa obliged! Enjoy Bee now, they grow up way too fast!

    Here’s to adventurous girls!


  2. 2
    Pétra says:

    When my daughter was 4 or 5 I asked her what she wanted to be for Halloween and she said “Kung-fu Princess Goat Kitty” which I learned is a purple kitty with a princess crown who does kung fu! Of course I had to make a purple cat costume out of minky and she told everyone what she was, I never figured out the goat part but it was always part of the costume. It still fits her personality to this day!

  3. 3
    Dan R says:

    All hail the Knight Princess!

  4. 4
    Katy says:

    Heh, everyone needs a little Princess-Knight-Superhero in them…

  5. 5
    Martha Heidt says:

    Excellent! Remember, though, that Dr. S. claimed Wonder Woman when she was just a tad older than Bee. It suits her perfectly, we think. 🙂

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