Friday, February 29, 2008

Cross Dresser

Each of my boys, when 2 years old, went through a cross dressing stage. Jakob is currently in his. He's always clomping around in my heels and wearing all my bracelets and necklaces at the same time. I'm forever getting after him for digging in my purse and smearing my lip gloss all over his face and hands. When I'm getting ready in the morning, I have to lock him out of the bathroom because he digs in all my makeup. Yesterday I let him pick out a treat at the store. He of course picked candy necklaces, and staying true to form, he wore them all at once. My hubs is never very fond of this cross dressing stage, he doesn't find it quite as humorous as I do. I'm pretty sure he doesn't get why I'm forever running for the camera to get a shot of the cross dressing moments. I know I need these pictures...because someday, I'm going to tell our boys what they used to do, and they will deny it....and then I will pull out the pictures! Plus, let's face it, its cute....and soon enough he'll outgrow it. He'll grow up, and be "disgusted" by girlie stuff. So, for now, I'm going to enjoy my little cross dresser :)


  1. Okay, this morning is proof, Russ STILL likes to watch me put on my make-up! He even picked out my lip color for today! Don't tell Daniel!
    I think he just likes being WITH me! Just like he's been since the day he was born!
    I had to take him everywhere I went in the house when he was a baby! He would scream whenever I was out of sight! I love that now I see he just loves being WITH someone at all times!!!
    My Russ....

  2. He looks fabulous AND has a snack for later. What more can you ask for when you are a preschooler?

    Super cute.

  3. Atleast you know what to expect- and that it ends eventually. It's sort of one of those things that's only a big deal if you make a big deal of it, right?

  4. It seems all three of my boys have gone through a little bit of this. makes me giggle, but not daddy.

  5. My boys do this to! I go to work and come home to find them dressed up in my daughter's dance costumes putting on a show!
    Daddy doesn't really like it, but knows "this too shall pass."


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