Tuesday, October 9, 2012

I do put clothes on my child occasionally...

Despite how my last post made it sound, Noah does wear clothes now and then.  And he looks exceptionally adorable in all of them, if I do say so myself.  (Unlike most parents, I can take no credit for how handsome my child is, so I am allowed to brag all I want.)

Everyone always talks about how fun it is to dress up little girls--with their bows, dresses, and tutus.  I have to say, I think dressing up a boy must be just as fun.  Noah looks like such a little man in his high tops, skinny jeans, graphic tees, and flannel shirts.  I wish some of his clothes came in Ryan's size!  (Not that there is anything wrong with your clothes, Ryan dear, but you must admit that your son is a little more stylish than you are.)

Just so you can all enjoy the insane cuteness for yourself, here are a few of my favorite shots from September:
He looks so GQ.
Look at his hand on the wall--what a little poser!
My favorite PJs
on my favorite boy!
'ello, Govna!

Waiting for Dad to come home from church
Baby skinny jeans?  I mean, honestly, should this be allowed?
A lady at the park called Noah "Batman," but at first I thought she called him "Fat Man."
Nothing wrong with a little baby chub.  
He has grown so much in one year.
Same porch, same weekend in September, same kid...
different pumpkins.
Doing Noah's hair is fun too, though it grows so quickly that we have to cut it every couple of weeks.  If he were a little girl, I think he would have hair halfway down his back by now.  He has had so many haircuts in his short 14 months of life, his latest of which was given by Daddy.  It was Noah's first time experiencing the feeling of clippers on the back of his neck, and he kept giggling (he is very ticklish).  By the end of the haircut, however, he was just plain mad and ready to be done.

Those are some high-quality haircutting scissors, Ry!
And the most stylish piece of Noah's wardrobe?  Most definitely his "man gown."  Though judging by the look on his face in this next photo, I don't think he agrees with me:

"Oh the shame of being seen in public wearing a man gown"
It's a wearable blanket, Noah--and it keeps you from suffocating or kicking off your blankets at night.  You just tell all the haters out there that they shouldn't knock it until they rock it.  Bapa recently admitted that he wishes he had a man gown to keep him warm at night.

"Well, when you put it that way..."
I love this boy.  I think he is perfect.  I want to squish him and squeeze him and kiss him all day long.


  1. I feel the same way about bragging about Mason. I think that I am less hesitant to call him cute every other sentence on our blog because I had nothing to do with it.

    I loved the pictures with the punkin's. That Noah kiddo is one stylin' guy! I really do love all of his little outfits!

  2. What a cutie! Man I just want to squeeze that little guy. He really is growing into the toddler look. We need a play date, too bad our CO trip is so far away.

  3. that picture of him in the hat still makes me laugh out loud everytime I see it. :) Miss you guys!!!

  4. If you wake up one day and he's not there, don't panic. I have him. I will give him back in a few days (weeks, max).


  5. I cannot wait to see this cute boy! 1 more week!!

  6. Break out the sewing skills and MAKE your dad a man gown for Christmas.

  7. Just found your blog, super cute--I can't wait to read more.

  8. Heehee - Love that man gown! Maybe we should make Bapa one with cheapo fabric and Noah could give it to him for Christmas! Wouldn't that be amazing?! :)


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