What a cute little duo. I bet they will have many wonderful adventures together.Well done Jodie.Hugs ~ Kerryanne
*sigh* oh to dream mousey dreams.
Dear god. They are the sweetest mice I have ever laid eyes on. In fact, these would be 2 mice I would welcome into my pantry with open arms!
well aren't they 2 little peas in a pod! LOVE THEM Jodie xxx
Too cute.You really do need to think about publishing a children's book.Andi :-)
way too cute Jod!
Aw, shnukie pies!! I can't wait to meet them one day. You are one talented designer!!
With mice like those I may just be able to get my head around a whole new perspective. Generally meeses and me can't co-exist on the same planet.
Oh how I love them! (Especially Jofus, although I shouldn't have a favourite!) And oh how I love their boat!Brilliant Jodie!Locket xxx
Jodie they are unbelievably cute!!! How did you come up with those names??? Love them :o).Hugs,Joy :o)
oh Jodie, how sweet. these little guys are sooo adorable!
Gorgeous! Are they off to look for a windmill now?
I love this last comment! One of my favourite songs from childhood was about the mice living in a windmill in Amsterdam. Love it! Your mice are adorable Jodie. You are one clever chicken! Wendy xx
What a sweet pair. I wonder where they're sailing to.
Cccuuuuuttttteee!! Do you want my pester power again? (Only kidding!) Hope you're feeling heaps better.
The moment I laid eyes on them I was in love! You are just the cleverest. Love them in the boat and I know where they're sailing to
What a cute duo. I bet they dream of all kinds of naughty things!
ROFL! Very funny indeed. Love it.Rita
Gorgeous mouses, gorgeous photos.
Awwwww they're so cute!It reminds me of when my little brother just started to talk (I'm 6 years older). One of his middle names in Joseph but he couldn't pronounce it, so he would say Jofus instead.
I've had some hair raising rodent adventures of late but I'd welcome those two little critters with open arms. They are adventurous creatures aren't they? I wonder where they will end up x
Jofus and Lally went to sea In a charming blue boat, With a napkin sail that The wind blew free;"I do hope you and me, Shall stay afloat"Said Lally dreaming her favourite mousey dreams,While Jofus fed her cheddar ice creams.Hither they went and also yon,Over the waves of the Melted BrieBehind them the moon ahead the sunAnd they went in a boat to sea.The Moon-eyed Cat prowled and sniffed"I smell lunch" he said to the flowers.The flowers would not answer, they were adriftIn earthy, loamy soil amid the grassy hours.Jofus and Lally sailed away and still they sailThrough mousey dreams of cheese and bacon rindsWhile their boat is carried by the Friendly WhaleAnd they sleep amid Jodie's fabric of all kinds.
I love you Jodie!!!!!!
how precious are these little guys! I just love them!
I love these little guys. I had to laugh when I looked at them. My daughter who is now 22 used to have pretend mousies who she visited with regularly when she was about 3. Thanks for the Mousies!
Oh how cute!!Jette/Denmark
Charming, as always! I like Griffin's poem, too. Nice.
so so cute.........love your stories........
Ohhh too cute and I love the boat they sail in.
I'd even put the mouse traps away for these two if they came to visit... Superb once again Jodie.
OMG - they are tooo cute! I love the pic of them in the leaves :-)
Tooo cute. Amazing poem by Griffin.
Love your work and the story you tell through the pics.
Jod,You should be writing books! They're so cute and so is the story!!
Quite possibly the cutest little mice I have seen!
Oh no, I am slain! Too cute! You just knock me dead every time with your skill.~Hollyhttp://twocheeseplease.livejournal.com
i'd like to shrink myself and sail away with them!
Aw they are adorable. Enough to cure my fear of the scuttly variety!!
What a lovely pair of mousies !
Adorable! You are so clever.
They are the most gorgeous little mousies I ever did see!! You are so very very clever Jodie :-)xxx
I imagine your little girlies even like those mousies. Nice work ma'am!
yeah...your going to have to sell or share that pattern! cause i want it! they are adorable
Super super cute. Think how cute they would be staged for illustration in a child's book. I'm not a rodent lover (having battled them once at our house) but these are sooo darn cute.
These are too cute (unlike the real ones which I have a pathological fear of especially if they are small and black and living in our house!!!!)
Holy Cow Woman! Do you ever stop??? They're ADORABLE!
Too cute, Jodie!Love the photo shoot too... it's wonderful to see the little couple in their natural habitat!Hugs! Vikki :-)
Oh, you have done it again Jodie - they are fab..but where's the cheese?
Oh my word, how fab are these, they remind me of 'The Fingerbobs' . It was one of my fav childrens programmes, here's the link http://www.thechestnut.com/finger.htmx
Oh gosh these are adorable (and so is your snail *wink*).. and so funny!I agree, I love the story as much as the adorable... eeeek Mice? ha hahugsRobyn xx
Very sweet...I love all the cute scenarios you put them in to take their pictures...like something from a children's program ;o)
ohhhh they are the coooooolest!
Love them and the photos and their names-so cute!
eeek! they're soo cute. i downloaded my present and i'm ready to make their american cousins!! (i'm doing it in my free time...sometime in december)
Wow, wow, wow. Seriously your brilliance is killing me! :-) Thanks so much for sharing the pattern too. ♥
Hi Jodie, You just have a knack of making the most adorable softies! Love the little mice!
Thank you so much for introducing these cuties to my world. I linked to you from my bloghttp://www.flyandnest.blogspot.com/