I’ve just realized that I still haven’t blogged about my weekend in DC with my mom and sister. I feel so behind!
I’m trying really hard to break out my camera for daily, mundane photos. Today I took quite a few pictures of Hudson… oddly he’s the easy one to photograph right now.
I have to say, lately I’ve been so ridiculously addicted to shopping for the boys- Porter, in particular. I guess I’m transferring that desire to cutesy up a little girl into an obsession in styling my boys. Porter’s preschool teacher has been cracking me up… everyday he’s dropped off she says she pats him down to see the tags on his clothes to find out where they’re from. She’s dubbed him “slick” and the best dressed in the class. HAHA! I think that’s hilarious. It all started one day last week when he wore a pair of ripped Gap jeans, a dress shirt and his hooded blazer jacket with his green Converse. Both the teacher and aide in the class were oohing and aahing over his clothes. I’m tempted to safety pin little notes to the tags in his jeans and shirts for them HAHA!
I can’t help it… I love dressing him up, and to tell you the truth Porter loves these cute stylish clothes as well. He’s into anything that looks “rocker” ish…. grungy, distressed jeans, anything with skulls or guitars on it, and the other day he insisted on wearing a tie to school with his “handsome” shirt (button up shirt) worn casual. He cracks me up.
And, oh my gosh, have you seen the Bleecker Collection at Gap? *love*.
Speaking of Porter… he’s doing great with school. He’s no longer crying when I drop him off and he’s pretty proud of himself for that. He lets me know everyday “I didn’t cry today! I felt like I wanted to, but I didn’t!” God I love that kid! He’s making friends and is pretty good at telling me about his day. He’s gotten sick of hearing about my day, though, so we no longer swap day stories.