My daughter really hates not being able to dress like herself. It bugs her to wear her bonnet (here is a link to make one yourself at Mother Earth News), and though I tell her that she should button her top button, she won't. But...she looks very cute! So here is my Pioneer Daughter:
Pretty authentic expression even, huh?
Here, I'll change it to be more like how it would have been long ago...
There you go.
Ok, Here he is folks! Here is my Pioneer son.....JARED!
And here he is posing for "American Gothic":
And how he *would* have looked, had he have lived 100 years ago:
So which of my children do you think looks more like "American Gothic"? Jared:
But Josh is no longer my contemporary American Gothic. Goth, is like, so last year for him! So here is a pic of the new and more mature Josh:
I remember being a teen and changing my style a lot too. I went from long hair to very short hair and back. I've had straight hair and perms. I alternated throughout high school from jeans and t-shirts to slacks and blouses. Change was fun and good. As I have gotten older I find I'm stuck in a rut. I think I've had the same hairstyle and clothes style for the last 5 years! Maybe it is time for a change! American Gothic, anyone?? Just kidding. I look terrible in black. And I'm allergic to metal, so piercings are out. And I hate pain, so no tats. I'll think of something...
I hope that you all have a wonderful day!