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February 11, 2008

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telfair

Oh my!! I LOVE that sweater!! I'm expecting myself, and would love to knit one for my baby-to-be. Are you using a pattern, or are you one of those clever knitters who can make things like that up as you go?

telfair

Just wanted to clarify - I think BOTH sweaters are smashing, but the skull vest in particular is making me green with envy.

Tanna

He's getting so big! That's what happens when you have an older sister. I wish my little girl would play with those things but since she has older brothers she goes for the army men and swords!

drey from bijou kaleidoscope

i like the vest you're knitting for him it's ballsy

he looks actually really good in your shoes :)

Annechovie

Aw, he's so cute!

skinimini

I hear you! It's even worse at our house... my son has 2 older sisters, and he's constantly walking around in girl's shoes, boots, my heels, trying on their underwear, carrying our purses. I feel so bad for him, he's surrounded by girl stuff, and knows no better. I've added a picture to my Flickr that illustrates this, just for you. Enjoy!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/21525753@N08/2274083780/

peggy

Ha, ha... Pink I really believe you could write an Erma Bombeck style of book about your kids. You are hilarious when you talk about them.

Not to worry about Junior's masculinity. My baby brother (now a very large, very macho high-ranking military official) used to obligingly let me put him in my baby carrier, put ribbons in his hair, wear my shoes, etc. It's just part of having a big sister.

Dees

Junior is gorgeous!hope you are doing well and enjoying your weekend!xoxo

Alex

He's so cute! He wears the colors beautifully and not bad on the purse choice either! ;-)

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