You probably don't realize it, but that hoodie is not only an article of clothing. It is also deodorant.
With logic only a 15 year old boy can achieve my son (who asked me the other day what margarine was.) thinks if he wears this magical hoodie over his clean shirt every day it will block the BO that builds over the course of day. No, the fact that he only washes it once a week doesn't seem to factor in.
Anyway. He is a UT fan.
We decorated his room when we first moved in. I painted this wrought iron bed frame black. It used to be mine and it was white. Before that it belonged to my granny.
Then my mom and I worked on his walls. Pretty much she did the detailed stuff and I did the large spaces. We work best that way.
The bedding came from Bed, Bath and Beyond.
He was pretty pleased with the whole bargain set up except for the fact he had no dresser.
Today when I picked the babies up from Tia, the sitter, I passed a lady sitting in her front yard with five or six items in her yard for sale. I made a quick u-turn and hopped out to check out a black dresser. It was sturdy and solid wood. She wanted 25.00 for it, but I only had a 20 on me. I talked her down. We wrestled with it for a while before we managed to get it in the Armada.
Ty was excited when I told him I was late picking him up because I was buying him something. Even though he has been asking about a dresser I think it was a let down. He probably thought I bought him that 250.00 pair of Oakleys he has been
It has some dings on it I will eventually fix. Plus my plan is to get these long horn drawer pulls too. He may not be impressed, but I am not going to let that diminish my excitement.
(Yes. I do have a low entertainment threshold.)
Since no room is complete without weaponry this is also on Ty's wall!
Have your kids tried to rob you of excitement lately? Or talk you into a 250.00 purchase?