This is my project of the week!

I need to counterbalance his tail so he doesn't stand on his nose. He's definitely front heavy. I also have to fix a leg I broke.

He went together better than I anticipated. I figured we would have major issues with him fitting, especially since the styrofoam was thicker than the wood pattern called for. I had to trim his front leg bones which had about six more inches towards the ribs. I also had to fix the bone connecting the head, but it could have been so much worse. We'll see if he survives the week. I'm afraid after the first kid gets near it, he'll be extinct for sure.