"We are all handmade people created by a God who is not safe or small." Rend Collective Experiment

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

You're never fully dressed...

Without a smile...

Here is how our 4 yo appeared for breakfast one day last week.

Dressed for Success.

28 comments:

Gretchen said...

That is too funny! How cute. It wouldn't be complete without a smile and one pink glove : )
~Gretchen

sandwichinwi said...

Very handsome!

I have a very similar picture of my 3 yo wearing a sombrero and two ties. That's it. Fortunately, one tie is around his waist!

Thanks for sharing!

Blessings,
sandwich

Sophie said...

Absolutely precious!!

5KidMom said...

SOOOO funny! Grace has taken to wearing one red stretchy glove everywhere we go. I'm glad she's not the only one. 8^)

mideastmom said...

Adorable!

Heather A. said...

Oh my goodness! Thank you, Renee, for my laugh for the day! Love it!

Laurel said...

Too cute!!! I'm glad to see that my children aren't the only ones that are a little "fashion challenged".

Blessings,

Laurel

Joy said...

Jim posted that picture on facebook! We all laughed SO hard! She so precious!

Noel is doing. The doc sent us home with plenty of pain meds. Her left side feels fine, her top right hearts a little and her bottom right hearts the most. That tooth was coming in sideways! :( But, she has slept all day is came out of the guest room for a little bit and drank some fluids, took her meds an d is now asleep in bed! Praise the Lord for pain meds and doctors!

Love, miss and hope that we see y'all soon!
Leah-Joy.

Robin's Reports said...

He should go far with that killer smile. Tell him I said, "Peek-a-boo".

Maybe he can make a career modeling. Seems like that's a fashionable look he's got there.

Janet said...

Oh dear me. That is too cute. I guess he figured that if he wore a tie, he's still dressed up! LOL!

Grace* said...

The little guy is tooo funny! Love and miss you all~

Life in Fitzville said...

Sooo cute! I especially like the one pink glove!

chel said...

that's way to cute! Makes you want to giggle and give him a big smooch. what a little blessing.

His Hands His Feet Today said...

Oh my! I hope you gave him an extra bowl of oatmeal for all the trouble he went to! LOL!

Pam said...

Tooooo cute Renee! Yesterday two of mine showed up for breakfast wearing swim goggles and it made me think of your wee one!

Jenni said...

Very cute! Looks a lot like my house where boys' fashions reign!

Noel said...

Too cute!!

Love and miss you guys!

The Organic Nest said...

That is too cute! The comforts of home! My kiddos are constantly parading in their undies, I pray that gain some modesty before they grow up and move out ;) Your blog is so sweet and encouraging. Thanks for sharing. ~Jenny

Mandi said...

Hey Renee, this is Mandi/hopin'andprayin' from SL.

I am working on a project called The One Dollar Give, where we feature a different charity every day and ask participants to donate $1.

We don't currently have an organization for Christmas Day (I'm hoping people will go back and donate even if they miss it Christmas Day), and I was thinking that I'd like to feature Adoption Advocates International because giving to orphans seems appropriate on Christmas Day. Technically I've already introduced "my" charity (AHOPE), and we're trying to stick to one per blogger, so I wanted to see if you'd be interested in introducing AAI.

If you're interested, you can see what it's about at http://onedollargive.com, or you can email me at onedollargive@gmail.com.

Thanks!

darci said...

that is fantastic! what a guy! ;)

Brianna Heldt said...

HA! That is great!!! I love it!

Completely off-topic, but I would LOVE if you did a post (in all your free time, heehee) about your experience homeschooling...the curriculum you use...how you do it. I'm hoping to homeschool (I think!) starting next year and your family is just so amazing, I'd love to know how you do it!

Allie said...

Hi Renee,

I am a long-ish time reader and lurker, and I have a huge favor to ask you. How's that for a way to start a comment? My husband and I have two little boys (ages 2 and almost 1) and are considering the adoption of an older sibling group. I don't know anyone in real life who has done anything like this, so we don't have anyone we can talk to who has "been there done that". Would you be willing to email me and let me bounce some questions off you?

I promise, I'm not a crazy internet stalker, and I understand that you're busy. I'd just love a chance to talk to a fellow Christian about this issue.

If you want to, email me at kab1272 at earthlink dot net.

Thanks so much!
Allie

Rene' said...

Hi "Miss Renee!"
Wow! What fashion he has developed already!!! LOL I miss seeing you!
I put you on my followers...is that ok? I'm not sure how all this blogging works but I'm learning!
Love you,
The Other "Miss Rene'"

Charmaine said...

Hi! You don't know me but your blog was sent to me from a friend and I'd love to talk to you about your adoption experience from Ethiopia. We are considering it ourselves. If you are interested, my e-mail address is thebalmers@comcast.net and my name is Charmaine. Thank you! You have a beautiful family!

Joy Portis said...

OK, You just made me spit coffee all over my computer!

Thanks for the laugh!

Can't wait for this to re-appear on his wedding day :-)

Merry Christmas!
Joy

Debbie B said...

That is so funny! I have pictures of my sons with cowboy boots and shorts. It must be a very "in" look for 3 and 4 year old boys.

I hope your family had a lovely Christmas. I am a friend of your cousin, Deborah.

Blessings,
Debbie

Karen said...

I've just rewarded your blog. Come by mine to pick it up.

God Bless,
KC

http://lilmommashaven.blogspot.com/

Wife to the Rockstar said...

How cute!! You have a beautiful family!!