Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Frank, Bilbo and Harry
Bilbo loves being outside in his backyard. He likes the feel of a cool breeze on his cheeks and soft grass on his butt after falling from a head stand. He doesn't discriminate when it comes to the weather either. Gray, rainy days are just fine. In fact, they're rather awesome because they make mud the best and mud is useful in many ways. Let Bilbo count the many useful ways of mud:
1. Making mud pies.
2. Using it to do cave man drawings on the side of the house.
3. Putting it in hair as an ozone friendly type of hair spray.
4. Making mud figurines.
5. Using as a type of face paint to scare sister.
Bilbo plans on documenting the many uses of mud and then getting his documentations published into some type of coffee table book.
Harry likes to wear his monster bear suit when he goes to the movies. It's soft and snuggly and his mother says it is slightly more appropriate than going out in public in your jammies.
Frank is highly opinionated when it comes to Legos. HE can't stand kits. They make him so mad that he could just spit, though he doesn't because that makes his mom do a scary looking frown. He just doesn't appreciate "The Man" telling him what to make with his Legos. If he wants to make a battle-ship he will do so because he wants to, not because some box has a picture of it on the front and a fancy-schmancy instruction manual inside. When Frank explains his concerns with Legos to his mother, she gives him some chocolate. Then she tells him to do some Lego art to express his anger.
Here is one of my favorite shots from my photo shoot with Tall and Small. Doesn't it make you feel like you are jumping right into the middle of all of them at a very high speed?
The bear boys are all headed into my Etsy shop today.