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Yesterday, after I asked him if he was ready to go to school:
Noted. Now go put your shoes on.
Posted at 02:30 PM in Noah | Permalink
A fashion statement and commentary on his feelings about school, all in one! Brilliant!
I love how he takes his cup with him!
I must be missing something: it really looks like Noah is somehow holding on to the bottle with his nose.
I wish I could still hide from things like that, sometimes.
Definitely a commentary - hey, his verbal skills may not be perfect, but he certainly gets his point across.
That last photo and stairs don't mix. That I guarantee.
I feel the same way Noah. Is there room under there for me to hide too?
HA! I feel your pain little buddy!
Wait until he's 13-going-on-14/in the 8th grade, and every morning his has a new and different malady/reason for not going to school! It's cute the very first time, and after that it becomes just another power struggle. Lately I've taken to telling him that because I have to go work and be miserable, he has to go to school and be miserable as well. Good luck!
I do that every morning when I have to go to work....
Reminds me of "The Cone of Silence" from "Get Smart" (God! I am old!!!).
With every picture it looks like the basket is getting bigger! Hurry before it swallows him whole!
Comedy at its best.
I gotta know if that little outfit is a uniform (surely not?) or if he just dresses like a little adult man on the daily. Seriously, the button down shirt kills me. So cute!
House of Jules
man, I coulda used one of those on Wednesday...
"Mah cup and mah bukkit will be over here. You can take your 'school' and shove it, lady."
Funny, that's just what I was doing this morning when hubby asked me if I was ready for work.
He's too cute!
This is one case of a picture being worth a thousand words.
Too incredibly adorable.
My daughter will hide behind the bath towel hanging from the rack, with her whole bottom half showing, and sing, "You can't fine me!"
I have the same trash can, but I've never tried wearing it this way. Hmmmm.
If I can't see you, you can't see me!
Actually, that look is totally in right now.
I was thinking how much I missed your "turtle" photos from his infancy, when I realized he had merely morphed into a determined little boy with a basket. Kind of almost the same thing.
And by the way, is that basket available for rental?
these pics reminds me of Justin in Parenthood when he is running around with the bucket on his head during his brother's birthday party...
Cute basket. Cute kid. In adorable outfit - love the button down shirt and why don't more people dress little boys up like that?
Awww, darling outfit! He will win the cute game*, hands down.
*Embarrassing personal revelation: while in college, my roommates and I played the cute game, meaning, "I may feel like crap and not want to be in class, but DAMN, I am so the cutest one here."
I always marvel at the pictures of Noah. He looks like the boy version of my Lilly. I even had to show my husband a picture of him.
I HAS BUKKIT. DOAN TAEK MAH BUKKIT. WER WUD I HIDE MAH PRITEE FACE DEN?
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Watch out... He will be holding a thermometer up to a light bulb by the time he's ready for Kindergarten.
Can I borrow that bucket when Noah's done with it?
I could've used a bucket like that yesterday, too. :)
I TOTALLY need one of those in my size! :)
that's me when i have to go to class! Noah knows what he is talking about!
Nice purple Dora cup! I love Noah's security with his boyhood! :)
He looks positively fetching in that hat.
I think he's gonna need a bigger basket.
When I was a kid, if I was bad in church, we'd come home from church and my mom would make me sit in the laundry basket by the washer and dryer (right off from the kitchen) and watch everyone make breakfast. I still remember many late Sunday mornings hanging out in the laundry basket. :-)
I was all excited, thinking I might have just found a brilliant escape plan for work.
But then you had to go ruin it with that whole shoes thing!
If I ask nicely, will Noah lend my his basket?
he looks like mini-jason in that shirt!
p.s. can i borrow the basket when he's done? that's how i feel about going to work...if only i had that basket, maybe i could make a clean escape.
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