“What did you dress him in?!” Jeremiah exclaims, frowning. Well, in this case he dressed himself from the dress-up wardrobe at our friends’ house….a house of three girls. As of yet Milo has no cultural bias against pink, which I think is fantastic. Plus I find Jeremiah’s disgusted response predictable, fascinating and ridiculous all at the same time. Ella was quite pleased to have a willing groom.
Awww…………….he will start “disliking” stuff soon enough. Looks like a fun day 🙂
I think he looks very international! The color pink represents compassion, nurturing and love, as well as self-worth, tenderness, caring and acceptance – all the qualities I attribute to you folks. Jeremiah needs a pink biker’s cap.
Oh my, Maria, you know us better than that! Compassionate? Perhaps I should wear more pink to try to absorb those qualities from the pigmentation. When I asked Jeremiah if he wanted to wear a pink bikers cap, he said he doesn’t think they’re sold here. Now anyone garage-sale shopping knows what to get him for a gag gift!
I think he’s adorable! The girls always dressed up Levi and Kaden when they were little!
I love the picture. It is good to save for the rehearsal dinner for his wedding.
Great comments all! Josh, now 23, loved pink as a little boy…both boys loved yard sales where indulgent granny and grampy let them buy lots of necklaces and jewelry…dressing in auntie’s dance costumes was a favorite pastime … it’s all good fun for little ones. Maria is spot on 🙂