We had no interesting papers, and only blue tape, but she still loved it.
The inspiration was in fact so great, that when in the middle of the dress making I had to go to put little brother down for a nap, Sophie made a paper bag for him, all by herself :).
Angie wrote a post about having a heart attach scare, and I can relate to her. In my case, it went like this: You think 'There's no way this is a heart attack... it may be a panic attack, but not much more than that". But then when you reluctantly call the nurse line, and they tell you to call 911, it starts to get a bit scary (albeit thinking you're wasting everybody's time). They check you vitals and they are not great, but not that bad, but they still want to take you to the hospital. "Really?", you think. Then there, just as if they were talking about a tooth ache, they mention that it seems like you had a micro heart attack... "Whaaattt???!!". Then miraculously, after a day at the hospital and lots of tests, they say that it was not a heart attack, that you had elevated levels of a cardiac enzyme, but they have no idea what it was.... "Ok, I guess I'll take that". I had no idea that the pressure on the chest -like someone is sitting on it- was one of the main symptoms (as opposed to the sharp pain that I thought accompanied) heart attacks.
Please, inform yourselves and spread the word. The Go Red For Women website has great info.
Stay warm and cuddle as much as you can (that is the trick at our house).