Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Maggie and Max Dress it up

Ok, so it's sideways....my bad!  But really, what can you do with this adorableness in a tutu. And Maggie is pretty dang cute in her pinkness as well.

Originally, Max came running in with the tutu yelling "dress up, dress up" and he was merely in a diaper.  I put him in the tutu and sent him on his way.  This would NOT due for Maggie. She came in all disturbed that Maxi was still naked.  He MUST have a shirt on.  So,I found a matching red shirt, put on his crown and his heels and he was ready to go.  He is just so happy to be like his big sissy.  Oh, and Maggie informed me that his shirt was necessary so they could do a  proper "dance show" for me.

Man, I love these kids!  Especially in these joyous little life moments.

Tutus and tiaras,


I also wish i could figure out how to get 2 videos onto one post, then I wouldn't have to waste your time with seperate posts.  Oh well.


Jen said...

Ahhh...life's sweet little moments. Too cute!
I found you on Jen's blog. So so glad!
Love the videos...teaching ABC's.
And cracking up remembering the wings I wore in my hair in fifth grade and the boys I liked. Ha!
I'm following so I can come back often!
Have a great night!

Kristina P. said...

Too, too funny!

LanaBanana said...

It's so wrong that it's right. :)

Cheryl D. said...

Thanks for visiting my site! I thought I'd check yours out. What a nice family! Aren't little girls in tutus the cutest?

Mel said...

They are so dan cute. I can't take it. Hahaha

Jill said...

Oh!!! I love those sweet childhood moments! It is what we always dreamed of when we thought about having kids, huh? :)

jen said...

I see Jen found you. She's fun and so positive.
I'm playing catch-up here at Brad's mom's. The fifth-grade post was great, and that little Maximus Prime--darling. Not so thrilled when he's Ben's age and he can see this posted for all his friends.

alonewithcats said...

Oh my goodness. I think I am exceptionally old, because just watching video of your children spinning makes me want to vomit.

Wait. I think that came out wrong.

See, spinning endlessly in circles makes me dizzy. That's a real thing, right? I'm not the only one with that problem.

So it's not *your* children who make me want to vomit. Just their spinning.

Your kids seem very cute. And do not induce vomiting in me. At all.

Well done, you.