I am going to have to start sending you boxes so you don't run out of cardboard to write on. PS-The Man is still laughing about Connor's fixation on everything military.
Soon, he can make a video like Bob Dylan, holding those cards like in "Subterranean Homesick Blues"...Was he saying he is trouble, or is trouble about to come through those doors? Hehheh..
He's so ready for 'trouble' in those camo pants!
Oh, the therapy bills, someday. For you, not him.
He will hold up any old sign you give him. That is so great. I can't wait until he learns to read. HA!
Pays to advertise.
He is going to put you in the worst nursing home that he can find.
That's good propaganda.
I'm going to have to with wicked step mom on this one. But as always it's a cute pic.
That's pretty much what they're here for, yeah? Our amusement? Oh right, and the sleep disruption. Cute kid (natch).
perfect! describes it all doesnt it!?
He makes me laugh, too!
Oh that's too funny! Wonder what's gonna happen when that kid learn how to read? :)The comments you're getting are as funny as the picture!
That makes me want to rip up some cardboard and do a whole series.Trouble. Drama. Quirky. Self-centered egotistic Heather wanna be. But alas I can't be a copy cat so I'll just have to laugh at yours.
I'm so with Carolyn on this! What a great idea - and you use it so effectively. Cracks me up every time.
Almost loooks like he's trying to hide...Trouble in waiting even worse than trouble. ;)
That's what's important.
Oh man. I have one of those. That also sports camo shorts and swim shoes. And quite often, a superman cape. Or a spiderman mask. Or a set of batman gloves.
Too cute to be trouble. Try for "charming".
I have one of those too.. a boy named Trouble. He's 5.
HEY! KID! You stole my sign! GIVE IT BACK!
Is he holding the sign in front of his face because behind it he is crying"I want to go home daddy....no more blog pictures!!!!!"
oh, that's just all kinds of awesome.and you know if that were you, the cops would have you arrested in a heartbeat just for standing there. :)
Like father like son.
Crap! did you send him to a homeless shelter?! WHERE IS HE STANDING!? Is that sanitary!?He's adorable. He can have whatever he wants.
You need to market those cardboard signs. maybe an Etsy shop?
It cracks me up how the kids miraculously find random signs to hold up for you to photograph them with...
You shouldn't label your children like that...
I feel that your household has a disturbing number of cardboard boxes to make into signs. You running a warehouse over there or what?
2 questions:1. Does your kid ever see homeless people holding signs on the side of the road?2. If he has, what does he say?I'm just imagining him thinking to himself "their mom must have a blog too!"
He is totally gonna get you for this when he's older.
I can believe the kid is trouble. He's yours, isn't he?
are u bragging or complaining.I think he's adorable and Imiss him and his big bro.
My favorite Indian blue :)Wait...you haven't sent your kids to India to BEG, have you???? Jesus...
It's like you have your own Andy Milonakis!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CPT. DUMBASS!
You always make me laugh! Come over and pick up some awards from me!
He is destined to be a teleprompter.
This is too funny. No wonder he makes you laugh.
This picture is just darling.So you are Captain Dumbass? The one with the birthday?(I have no idea how I got here, so if you respond, I'm sure I won't be able to get back here to see it.)Hee. :)
Truth in advertising.:-)Finally!Pearl
Yep, looks like you have an endless supply of cardboard! That's a cute photo!!- Jennifer
I might have to come over there and SNATCH HIM UP!!I love those posts. You are truly after my own heart.
I left you a little something on my blog. :)
Hi, I'm stopping over from Joanie's, nice to meet you. Your blog is so fun. I will be back soon!
Come on, sailor. I love you long time.