Monday, June 30, 2008

"I'm Fashional"


Who am I to tell him otherwise?

(oh the blackmail opportunities for the teen years!)

30 Deserve Mamma's Love:

Scary Mommy said...

That's quite a look he's got going on!!

Katrina said...

Lucas went through a stage where he LOVED those beads too!

I say you have that made into an 8x10 and framed for when the first girlfriend comes over. Just before she arrives, place it somewhere she'll notice but son won't. (he's male, he won't notice if it's taped to his forehead.)

Then sit back and watch the fun.

The Laundress said...

Project runway...here he comes...hee hee

Claudia said...

Bwahahahahha. That is HOT!

Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah said...

Claudia would probably think he looks totally hot.

A Buns Life said...

Oh he is lovely! My son still who will be six still likes to play dress up every once in a while with his sister and I am not going to discourage it! It's one of few things that they actually can do together and not fight!

Paige Jennifer said...

The green really compliments his skin tone.

Queen of the Mayhem said...

Well...yes, yes he is!

I have numerous pictures like this of my kids! I plan to also use them to my advantage later in their lives! :)

TOO CUTE!!!!!!!!

ilinap said...

My 3-year old loves those beads. I find them all over the house. He, like your son, totally rocks that look. I dread the day he learns what those beads will get him during Mardi Gras. I'm hoping my husband never spills it.

Kristin said...

Hello, Prom night...

flutter said...

You wouldn't dare!

canape said...

Why yes he is. He does, however, need a fabulous pair of boots to go with that ensemble.

nola said...

Sun was playing in Mardi Gras beads today too! Funny!

Smiling Mama said...

That's one for the wedding slideshow!!!

Maureen said...

Holy crap. He is going to HATE this when he's a teen....

Loralee Choate said...

How adorable is that? He looks like he is in training for Mardi Gras!

Manager Mom said...

Did he go to Mardi Gras when you weren't looking!

Julie Pippert said...

He is so cute, love the pleased smile and accessories.

BOSSY said...

Bossy thinks Tim Gunn would agree: The pullups make the Man.

Worker Mommy said...

Could that be any cuter ?

Sunshine said...

He could be on Project Runway!

Pendullum said...

Adorable!!!!

redstaplernation said...

Okay, this is nothing to do with this post (although I do love how the kid works the beads. FIERCE!) but there's no email listed for you...
Paige Jennifer told me you might know someone (who knows someone else?) who couldn't get a refund on a BlogHer ticket and might be interested in selling it off to a girl who very very much wants it. If true, is there any way you could ask the person who knows the person to contact me? I'm at seebeksgo@tmail.com and will most happily pay my new best friend the full price :o) Thank you so much!

redstaplernation said...

Okay, this is nothing to do with this post (although I do love how the kid works the beads. FIERCE!) but there's no email listed for you...
Paige Jennifer told me you might know someone (who knows someone else?) who couldn't get a refund on a BlogHer ticket and might be interested in selling it off to a girl who very very much wants it. If true, is there any way you could ask the person who knows the person to contact me? I'm at seebeksgo@tmail.com and will most happily pay my new best friend the full purchase price :o) Thank you so much!

Mrs. Flinger said...

HAHAHAHAAHAHAHA. I love this. Awesome.

Jeff said...

This is awesome. I have a picture of me dressed the exact same way. Although mine is from last year and after a night at a carnival, but still.

Kim said...

He looks just like my son did at that age.

My son wore a Ghostbuster jumpsuit for six years - had to buy it in three different sizes.

But yes...it's great blackmail material for adolescence, something no parent should be without.

I should tell the story of when my son mooned my husband but forgot I was standing in FRONT of him!

Keep It Classy, Jen said...

LOL, too cute!

Whit said...

Your blackmail scheme won't work. He'll always love that photo.

Rosie : ) said...

Very cute!

I have a similar picture of our third child (first boy, and jammed between two girls in the hierarchy) wearing pearls, with a big red fireman hat while driving a yellow school bus in his tutu...

Blackmail fodder for his wedding reception... or maybe sooner, tee hee ;)