A warrior woman holding a sword looks up at a giant baby with concern as a huge knitted beanie with pom-poms drops to the ground.

For some reason there is a very large baby on the loose or is it a very tiny lady encountering a normal sized baby? Either way, the size differential is causing an element of alarm over what might occur at the drop of a hat.

I wanted to try composing a drawing from a different angle and a downward view of a woman framed by a baby’s legs seemed like a good idea at the time. Admittedly, it’s not going to receive as much artistic acclaim as Citizen Kane, but for me at least, it was something experimental and a change which I’ve heard is as good as a holiday.

Anything can happen at the drop of a hat, so I performed a mental query on the phrase and this ‘anything’ is what my mind returned. The hat is a beanie, knitted for and worn by a baby, complete with ear-like pom-poms. My best guess is that the baby is having some kind of tantrum and the beanie is being removed and dropped in a fit of baby rage.

The woman looking on is perhaps a diminutive babysitter charged with the protection of the over-sized baby but at the same time, cautious of the baby’s antics and wayward wardrobe accessories. I believe she is anticipating and about to dodge an extraordinarily sized dummy spit.