What did you dress him in??

"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....who have three girls.  As of yet he 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.

“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. 

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6 thoughts on “What did you dress him in??

  1. 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!

  2. 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 🙂

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