Mrs. Fuzz asked if those were curls peeking out in that last photo from yesterday. Yes, those were:
What's that dangling from his ear, you ask? Well, he's taking the Mommy Impression rather seriously...
That's Ethan with a pair of my earrings hooked over his ears, carrying one of my mom's bags. Noah wasn't too keen on us photographing this, but I consider it excellent leverage for the future. Also, I feel it's important to note what he selected as the bag's contents: Gold Bond. So although he imitates me, he's still his father's son.
And for good measure, here are some Halloween pics, which I have been remiss in sharing. Trekking across the lawn to our neighbor Emile's house...
After realizing that, miraculously, Emile put some treats in his bag, he beelined for Shirley and Sherrill's house with renewed purpose and determination.
Click on the image to enlarge. I wasn't kidding about the determination.
After hitting up the neighbors, we headed to a local church's Trunk or Treat, where we met our buddies Brian and Heather and Ethan's good buddy Caleb. Here are the BFFs, positively brimming with enthusiasm:
A couple of wet blankets, these two.
They're much more motivated once they get the concept!!! Although I laughed at that last picture. Just a bit too much fun for one day, I'm sure! :)
Haha lady your humour cracks me up! Ethan is a doll and has done an impecable job matching his earings with his purse.
What a cutie! My mom dressed my brother as a girl for Halloween one year - he had on one of my dresses, her heels & hat with the netting (this was 1969 or so), purse & lipstick. I wore my dad's National Guard uniform. Heh. I see a blog post using this picture in my future...
Sometimes I wonder who has more fun the little ones or the proud parents--fun photos.
What a great encore presentation! As for the curls...if only they could be transferred on my daughter's head full of very straight, wispy hair that is just now starting to grow. Mostly in the middle of her head. Sigh.
I love the photos! And thanks for clearing up what I suspected were curls. I've been trying to get a curly haired child. Our oldest son had luscious locks until he got his first haircut. A haircut was a must because he looked like Frodo and people couldn't tel if he was a boy or a girl. But there's no sign of any curl now! So sad. It looks like your little guy brings a lot of joy to many a person's life.
I love the photos! Especailly that last one.
Best costume ever! My heart melted a little!
That last picture is priceless.
perfect ammunition for later life.
Aww, give them a year and they'll be begging for candy with the big kids :)
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