Thursday, December 21, 2006

Socks

Ian usually doesn't care what he wears. But lately, socks matter to him. He definitely knows what he wants on his feet. Of course, the colors he chooses doesn't always color coordinate with the other articles of clothing he is wearing. But then again, that's part of the toddler charm, isn't it?



He's in the holiday spirit, wouldn't you say?

7 comments:

dreadmouse said...

I'm looking forward to Beth being able to pick out her own clothes. That way she'll get the blame for her outfits not matching instead of me!

Mama's Moon said...

Hehehe! That looks like me on my 'mad-rush-out-the-door-without-looking-at-my-feet' days! At least he knows how to put his socks on! Mine always feigns helplessness when it's time to get those darned things on his feet!

Good for you, Ian!

Kellie said...

HaHa--that's too cute--

Anonymous said...

Ha, toddler charm? My daughter is 6 and still can't grasp the socks matching concept, lol.

Knitting Maniac said...

Cheris these moments of willingness....

Lady M said...

Excellent socks.

Q has taken to requesting his old yellow jacket (which barely fits) instead of his new red one when we go out. Who knew that a 21-month old would have fashion preferences already?

Mary P. said...

Love his holiday socks. What a clever boy! This is only the beginning: When she was twelve, my oldest daughter would wear two pairs of socks at once. She would reverse them, and fold the cuff over, so one foot would have a pink sock with a yellow cuff, and the other would have a yellow sock with a pink cuff. Lots of fun.

I'm taking a few days off, and just dropped by to say Merry Christmas to all of you!