I'm glad to hear that you might be the subject of future therapy sessions for someone else's child. It makes me wish there was more latitude on "baby colors" among more of the population. Not that there's anything wrong with rainbow sherbert colors for those that like them, but for parents or kids who don't, what's so wrong with branching out?
On Friday I cast on for Mystery Stole 3, and knit about 4 rows, but Saturday I settled in for some serious knitting. Despite a fair amount of tinking back (my own fault, I was trying to knit lace and play an 8 hour board game about British history), I finished row 55 without too much incident. The first picture is pretty accurate for color, while the second shows the lace a bit better.
Of course, my steller pace on Saturday meant that I got much less done on Sunday. I think I was at row 61 when I stopped knitting last night. I'm not sure how much knitting time I'll have this week, but I'm trying to assign myself 10 rows a night so that I can complete the clue by Friday. The good news is that I should have plenty of knitting time this weekend to catch up if neccesary!
Given my record on knitting on deadlines, I'm not totally sure that I'll be able to keep up, but so far, so good.