Me and my son. Black and pink. Scowling and smiling.

Wordless Wednesday

14 comments

Linda said...

Love the contrast. It's endearing. Also, before I read the title I was trying to guess the relationship. I guessed siblings!

I am Harriet said...

I've totally been there :)

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coronaryrn said...

I have pics like this of my son also! LOL... I am looking for bloggers to participate in 25 Day's of Christmas Blogshare...check out the post and leave a comment if you are interested in participating!

NanaHood said...

Aww, what a good picture of the two of you. And I agree, you are way too young looking to be his mom! Thanks for linking up with me at NanaHood. Do come back again soon!

Anonymous said...

I have a feeling that this would be us too in a few years =)

mail4rosey said...

LOL I have this same picture, hahaha Every age is a good age though, even the scowling age. :)

Billy Blue Eyes said...

They don't change even when they get older

Unknown said...

Ooh. Teenagers. I'm not looking forward to those years! ;)

Faythe said...

it is hard to get teens to smile... for awhile my youngest grandson had a scowl like his grandpa, but finally turned into a smiley toddler.
Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails

Nicole Orriëns said...

Thanks Teresa!

Nicole Orriëns said...

I hope mine will start smiling again soon!

Karren Haller said...

Great photo, good cation, teens dont get into smiling much unless its there idea!!!
Thanks for stopping by this week for WW, hope to see you again soon.

Cascia Talbert said...

That looks familiar, although I have a teenage daughter. Have a terrific day!