Thoughts from a domestic engineer
Can you tell which one I struggle most with?
I love this picture. It captures each of their personalities perfectly!
Hang in there. The one I used to struggle the most with is turning out pretty fine. Of course someone else always rises up through the ranks to have a go at me.Great pic!
There's always one that gives you a hard time, isn't there? That would be my middle son. Jan Brady had nothing on this child. :)
Cute little buggers........even the naughty one!
Wow. That's a pretty good Billy Idol sneer.
you'll love them all so much more when they are older. all my older brothers were terrors when they were younger. now they are so fun! it was fun seeing you at the school today! good luck with journalism!
Love this picture!!!!As one without boys, I can only imagine what is must be like raising them. Tonight at our stake women's conference there was a whole class on the new Duty to God award. I'm missing out on all that, the pinewood derbies, etc.
That's going to be such a great picture for them as they get older. LOVE IT!
This made me laugh! Having four boys, I can so relate! I think mine take turns acting like that though. It reminded me of vacation photos from when I was a little girl. We took a trip to Utah from California and my dad would make us get out of the car at different scenic sites to take a picture. In every one, my older sister has her arms crossed and has the same expression as your son. It made me laugh and today, I sure needed to laugh! Thanks!
Love the sneer. I have a son that does that.
Precious. And great for blackmailing later, whahahaha!
Glad to know there is a parallel universe in Utah. I've had similar poses with my kids.
Late to the party again...honestly, I don't know how the hell people keep up with this blog stuff (I said hell for you and you alone, Jules. I don't do that for just anyone.) I can hear the My Three Sons theme perfectly. Now all you need is an old man to hang out from 8-5 at your place, tidy up a bit and cook for you. I guarantee none of the three sons would be a struggle then.
Oh, and the photos are priceless!
If I had to take a wild guess, I would say the one on the right is 11 or 12. I have one just like it. As best I can tell from everyone that I have talked to, there is some strange illness (attituditis, I think is what it is called) going around with boys of that age group. When are they going to come up with a vaccine for that one?
Post a Comment