Born in a Galaxy far, far, away, it is no surprise that Baby Yoda has still not made it to my loving home in Birmingham, Alabama. Baby Yoda, also known as The Child, from the popular Disney+ series The Mandalorian, took the world by storm last year, and the little green creature stole my heart.
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My son, eager to please me, albeit surprised by my request, made arrangements for the young one to start his journey last November. He had resigned himself that all his mother wanted for Hanukah was “The Child.”
The holiday came and went, but the eagerly awaited youngling had encountered travel disruptions and was going to be a late arrival. Three Kings came and so did Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, and eventually it became clear that Baby Yoda got lost in space.
Awaiting his arrival, I decided to be creative. I took a drawing lesson from Kevin-John, artist and entrepreneur of Kevin-John Studios as he LIVE streamed art and creative tutorials, starting with—Baby Yoda.
As my first drawing shows, I might have had a little too much Yodarita during my lesson. The drink is your usual margarita in a glass—dressed up, just a little.
If you come across him, make sure you give him the proper directions to my home on planet Earth.
Liliane Opsomer is the coauthor of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids and a contributor to The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World.