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post #16 of 20
It looks like the parrots are going to eat him!

Cute kid Zach, and the Indian fabrics are much cooler than what you usually see underneath all the dribble.
post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by tiger02
It looks like the parrots are going to eat him!

Cute kid Zach, and the Indian fabrics are much cooler than what you usually see underneath all the dribble.


thanks. and the desiegns cover stains really well....
post #18 of 20
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Now I see them. Adorable baby. Is that a batik design?
post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by Fabienne
My 3 year old has been accepted to a private school and we need to gather the elements of his school uniform. The school's logo is long and narrow, and can either be sewn on or embroidered onto a polo shirt (short or long sleeve) or a turtleneck. Additional items: cardigans or sweaters may also be purchased (in the allowed colors) and embroidered.
I feel particularly qualified to offer some advice here. When I was un enfant en bas âge attending my private nursery school, called "Bijou de l'école maternelle du monde" (it may have been called something else in English, but my I was forced by my parents to refer to it only by the name I gave), my parents assured I was always dressed to the nines in Ralph Lauren Black Label (cardigans and trousers, along with shoes my parents had custom-made in childrens' size 9 (appropriate for enfants age 3 to 3 1/2). My yeux sensibles de bébé were protected from the harsh, carcinogenic sunlight by Dior pour Bébé polarized sunglasses. At this young, tender age, I wanted a monocle (to complete the look, you see), but my parents considered it inappropriate. I did convince them, however, to have a bâton de marche custom-made out of hand-hewn variegated late Western hemlock bark so that I could swagger appropriately. I hope my suggestions are of assistance.
post #20 of 20
Salvador Dali had a sterling headed walking stick, which his mother gave him when he was in elementary school, which he used to hit people with.
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