Real American Hero

I don't know what possessed me. I went to Walmart last night to get Gulliver a few more long sleeved onesies after I realized how much I like them. And I saw these camo pants. And I bought them. Murray may hate me forever because of it. We are not much of a camo family, and Murray is now wondering when I'm going to go out and buy Gulliver his 4-wheeler and shotgun. But come on. I think that he's so cute in his little camo pants. They're just for indoors anyway. When we take him out of the house into public, we'll dress him in much more appropriate outfits.

(Gulliver wearing the sweater and hat that Daltongirl made for him. Daltonboy says that it looks like candy corn, and I think that Gulliver is the cutest candy corn out there!)

(One of Gulliver's sleep positions. So cute. One of these days I'm going to need to take a picture of the series of fat faces he makes when he's done eating. It's this facial ritual that he performs every time he's eaten enough to be satisfied and it makes me laugh every single time. I dread the day that he stops doing it... of course now that I think of it, it's probably best that he stops doing it before he reaches adulthood because performing these facial expressions in public would make for one poor socially-adjusted adult!)


Murray Terreno di Amore said...

I never would have guessed that my son would be wearing camo pants. He can perfectly blend into his surroundings, i.e your arms.

JackJen said...

Whenever I go to a baby shower, I bring long-sleeved onesies. You can't have enough--especially with a winter-born baby! I LOOOOOOOOVE them...I buy them at every size and can't get enough. =)

Right on!

FoxyJ said...

So cute!! Long-sleeve onesies are awesome! S-Boogie was handed down a pair of purple camo pants, and I actually kind of like them. There are some things that really don't work on grownups that look fine on 5-year-olds. Kids can get away with a lot more fashion-wise. Except sweatpants with words on the butt. My children will never, ever wear those.