I have been working on my package for the Season's Round Exchange. I was working on my needle felting during the day while Zevy was asleep and Nahum was just playing. As soon as he heard the noise of my handwork he looked up and came over to see what I was doing. He asked for some roving (which is what he always does) and then started to place it on some felt and began to pretend to do what I was doing (he has never really seen me needle felt-mostly because I had decided to not do it anymore since I did not have enough time for my other projects-I don't know how those 10 new needles ended up in my care though...). I asked him if he wanted a go at it...he shyly looked at me and I knew his answer right away. I got him a pillow and let him choose one piece of roving at a time so he wouldn't get over excited and poke himself (the needles are wicked sharp!). He happily made two *prorjercts* and then got goofy while I tried to snap the photos! I am so excited to be sharing my woolen love with this sweet kiddo of mine. He keeps asking me to teach him to knit but I do believe he is a bit young yet. This fall for his birthday we are getting him one of these (it has been in the back of my mind for over a year now). So here we are, mama and son, working together with WOOL not wood (his true passion).