Glad no pandas were harmed in the making of this post. I've performed similar surgeries numerous times.Grandma to the rescue!!
So cute !
How did the little guy lose his tain in the first place? What a wonderful grandma :)
Grandma to the rescue along with her handy needle. You made someone very happy, not to mention the panda is glad he doesn't any more open wounds.
I have learned to always have my sewing kit with me when I am with Bella. She usually has a friend or two each week that needs ER care. When Bella and I were talking about jobs people have, she described my jobs as making quilts and fixing things. Funny.
I LOVE it!! :o) (also love the Nurse Nancy print)
Will you be my Grandma? ;)
Oh my, we have a regular stuffed animal ER at my house. I usually wait for several patients before I buckle down and do it.I love love love your profile picture - that is one of my favorite Maxfield Parrish paintings. I would love to do a quilt for my husband in all those blues. Maxfield Parrish is one of his favorite artists.
Good job doc.
So you're the animaldoctor in your family...;o)
Grandmas are good at stuffed animal surgery. I've mended a stuffed pig called Oinkers numerous times. I remember that Nancy book very well.Lillianlillianscupboard.wordpress.com
Nice job Grandma! The panda looks much happier. :)
Yay for grandparents (we're both fixers here)!