I am a bad Auntie Pog.
Little Pea is just perfect, but does have a distinct lack of hair. I know this is not unusual, and I didn’t want to give him a complex or anything, but I did want to see what he’d look like with luscious locks. And it just so happens that I have my own spare luscious locks in the shape of Bradley.
So for our family entertainment at yesterday’s Sunday dinner I did this:
(By the way, he’d just had tea and forgot his bib – he doesn’t usually have such a dirty top!)
I am sorry, Little Pea. You’re gorgeous with your baldy head (and who am I to comment?). But I apologise now as these pictures will come out again…around your 18th. And possibly your wedding. That’s what aunties are for though, isn’t it? :o)
LOL. He is gorgeous. With the extra hair, he looks like a rock star in training, a mini Eddie Van Halen. He’d also make a lovely girl, but shhhhh, don’t offend his masculinity by tell him that:-)
Ha, ha! we think along the same lines – I said we had a glimpse of what he would look like should he ever become a transvestite. I said that very quietly though :o)
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Very, very cute. Personally, I think parents and aunties have to take our chances to gather future blackmail material long before the little one gets a chance to speak – because from then on our lives are totally in their hands! (Don’t EVER say anything in front of a speaking child that you wouldn’t mind repeated in front of your MIL/the vicar/the whole supermarket/the middle of a silent museum or in front of the posh parents in the playground :) )
ha ha, that sounds suspiciously like the voice of (a lot of) experience! :o)
Well the youngest is now 7 1/2 and the eldest will be 10 in a few weeks, and yes, I still go that glorious beetroot colour when embarrassed :)
oh good lord, how did that happen?! (And it’s a fantabulous shade of red – be proud of it :o) )