A little bit more on Micro Penguins

I found out during dinner tonight (which is apparently the only time that we converse as a family — at least insomuch as we can hear each other over the noise of Henry pretending to be the evil robot on the Incredibles) that it was actually Isaac who invented the Micro Penguins. He got the idea one day when he and his friends were pouring hot water on the ice on his friends’ porch. But Isaac doesn’t actually believe in the Micro Penguins, but Mabel does. She apparently also believes in Micro Polar Bears and Micro Seals and Micro Fish, etc.

Also, in case you missed the link in the comments on the last Micro Penguins post, here’s the fabulous t-shirt that our friend Anneke designed for Mabel:

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8 Responses to A little bit more on Micro Penguins

  1. Jane the pain got on a train says:

    it`s amazingly amazing ,” squeak, squeak,come ,join the micro penguins Jane” or SORT OF!

  2. Thora says:

    Yesterday when we were out, my husband and I kept warning each other to beware of the micro penguins. Great fun – I love how kids are so creative. I also love how Mabel truly believes in them.

  3. Jen says:

    I’m beginning to think I need a bumper sticker. I live where it only snows once in a blue moon, so we are very micro-penguin friendly.

  4. zstitches says:

    Oooh, a bumper sticker is a great idea. I’ll have to run it by the designer.

  5. the MomB says:


  6. Anneke says:

    Sorry things are expensive. There is always a price for print-on-demand services.

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