Our adorable neighbor girl is turning 2 and needed an Elmo, so she shall have an Elmo!
Elmo is ready to be tickled and squeezed and loved (and hopefully dragged all around the house).
Either that or completely annoy you with his laugh, I suppose. Heheh.
Elmo did a quick bit of online research and did find this very scientific correlation chart he'd like to share with you:
........☑ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐
........☑ ☑ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐
........☑ ☑ ☐ ☑ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐
........☑ ☑ ☐ ☑ ☑ ☐ ☐ ☐
........☑ ☑ ☐ ☑ ☑ ☑ ☐ ☐
........☑ ☑ ☐ ☑ ☑ ☑ ☑ ☐
Age: 1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35+
Each ☑ is equal to one "I love Elmo" unit.
Note that at the tender ages of 1 - 5 the love for Elmo is high. As age increases, there seems to be a direct correlation to the decline of Elmo love. This makes sense because as you get older, you have heard Elmo laugh so many times you think that you'll go bonkers if you hear it one more time. The only reason you have any "I love Elmo" units at all for Sesame Street's most famous character is that you have little ones, or know little ones, who are crazy about him. During this time you endure that manical laugh on their behalf. But by the time your kids are outside of the 1-5 range, adults over 35 find that they have no love lost for the furry red monster.
The only exception is the 6-14 range who think they are altogether too cool for "baby shows."
The resurgance of Elmo love units at 15 matches up with the inexplicible desire to wear pig tails, string a binkie around the neck, and carry a bottle full of kool-aid. Again, this is a mystery. But what about the ages 14 and 15 isn't a mystery? Look that one up, Mr. Elmo.
|Elmo, doing some online research|
This Elmo pattern was created by A Crochet Ninja and can be found here. I thought it was a really great pattern, clear and well written. I only reduced the rows for the black mouth to match the number of stitches I had at my mouth gap. You can find Cookie Monster there, too (which I may have to make for my husband one day...)