There are few things The Dudes and their daddy love like history. In fact, Dude 1 wants to make his future living as a historian (is that like a real job in 2015?!) and his love of all things old and decrepit rubs off hardcore on his younger siblings with their copycatting ways. That’s one of the reasons we fell in love with Wee Rascals.
The Dudes are pretty simple to dress. Shorts every day they can get away with it, hoodies every day I require them, tall socks, beanie caps, and a coat if I force it (and by force I mean yell and scream and threaten to take away all things they find precious). They have their daily uniform so it’s no surprise that, where they’re concerned, there
Because seriously, SHARK SHIRTS! With shark shorts to match of course! For all of those up and coming Sharknado loving Dudes in the world. He’s already picked out his entire first day of school outfit… because there are few things cooler than sharks in this house. In fact, The Dudes have spent major portions of this summer watching past episodes from Shark Week on Netflix.
Last week the school supply lists came out. TELL ME RIGHT NOW WHY THEY NEED 12 GLUE STICKS?! How is summer already basically over? I’m all different shades of sad because we didn’t get to do many of the things I planned for us this summer (multiple bouts of strep throat followed by throat surgery sorta put a kink in our schedule). But, on the
Hello America, we love you! And, not many things proclaim that more strongly than The Flag Shirt. Side story, I moved to Germany in the early 90s with my parents. I was like 13. The Berlin Wall had recently fallen, the first Gulf War as underway, and a variety of other random countries had a variety of other random reasons to not feel all warm
Today isn’t about a particular brand, but a style trend The Dudes are digging: the tank top. Brought back to life in our house by Dude 3 who simply does not believe in sleeves or pants in the summer, all three of my guys have been rocking the tanks this summer season. Of course only Dude 3 agreed to be photographed for demonstration purposes… H&M
Dude 3 loves dinosaurs. Love, love, loves dinosaurs. He wants to be a “paleonotologist” when he grows up. And he’s desperate to figure out why the dinosaurs went extinct. He thinks the asteroid theory makes the most sense, but he’s not convinced that some other animals didn’t come to the planet, incite infighting among the species, battle them for resources, and, in a final, crushing
We are huge history buffs over here. Okay, by we I mostly mean The Dudes. I’m more of a live-in-the-present-lets-watch-reality-shows-girl myself. They watch the History Channel the way other kids watch Nickelodeon. And I don’t just mean the fun series (hello, Pawn Stars) that every one gets swept up in. I’m talking presidential biopics, war related specials, and those history mystery shows about random events
Dude #3 took one look at this shirt and said, “I know pink is sorta for girls, but this shirt is so cool!” Totally he’s right. And no, that’s not a picture of him on the shirt, but I can see why you might think that. Quirkie Kids is a unique line of kid’s shirts that encourage all pink lovers, chick, dude, whatever, to rock