"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
it's Little Lord Fauntleroy!! this has got to be the cutiest Euro baby i've ever seen in such Old World sartorial duds! Don Mario Corleone as a child? la la la la la la la la la la la la [Godfather theme]...actually he's an inspiration for an organic baby couture line... ;]
When I was at primary school in England, a Portuguese girl enrolled. She dressed exactly like that. I instantly fell in love with her, and followed her everywhere, like Wall-E chasing Eva.I wonder where she is now?Hey, I've noticed you get all the best verification words. Your latest one is 'hemiscas'!
So, so beautiful.About the tag thing, I love it, but I'm not sure where to go with my blog. Right now,I figure it's best just to publish chapters of The Mongolian Girl and leave the other stuff for another place or time.I asm torn.
how cute....Ninos! if he turns around is there a I love NY T- shirt underneath?
that is precious - you would never see that in america...
Oh, my gosh... Is he up for adoption? I think we'll try for a boy just so I can dress him like that!! I could eat him he's so cute!!
you're so right, savannah gourmet!...you would never see an american child dressed so splendidly...i don't even get crewcuts for kids [j.crew]...children should look like children!...i agree with Diana Vreeland when she says, "Why Don't You...dress your child up as the Infanta for a costume ball?" :]
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I knew a girl who was blue. So she painted her world pink. xoxo