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Dude! It's not just a shirt... it's a lifestyle.

Is it just me, or is it hard to find cute clothes for little boys?

Because I find tons of clothes that tease me into thinking I want another girl, but then my teenage daughter enters the room and reminds me why perhaps I ought not to. I'm not sure if it's the eye rolling or the fact that someday I'm going to have to accept the fact that she's going to have sex. Either way, it's way too much to think about with a little girl. I know. It's sexist. Although, to be fair I don't plan on high five-ing my son when he decides to knock boots.

So guess who gets excited when she finds cute things to force her son to wear? This girl!


Can I just say I absolutely adore the label? "Uncommonly Sweet..."

The t-shirt fabric is heavy, thick, durable! No flimsy t's for this boy.

Embracing his Dude Pride!


"dude" shirt courtesy of Miss Mindy Mac Designs

I am *so* hoping she does a "punk" version.

Comments

Totally cute shirt! I sit home and pray everytime The Boy goes on a date with The Girlfried. I think Husband has *THE TALK* with The Boy every Tuesday, just to be safe....You worry just as much with boys as you do girls.

My son is 16.
Ellen said…
I don't know what clothing manufacture's think kids should or would like, let alone the mom or dad who buys them. I guess when Ryan was young I did shop through Land's End and also I looked out for play clothes later at Target.

And teens...oh my...Ryan dislikes shopping and I (how lucky) get to bring stuff home for him. I just do basics and if he needs to get more dressed up then I will have to drag him to a store. I guess I am lucky he is does not have a girlfriend. I too do not want to think about that..but the "talks" have gone on and will continue.
FabBecky said…
Dude! I totally need that shirt for both of my boys. And one that says awesome for the 19mth old because that is his favorite word...

My only saving grace for cute boys clothes are Granimals stuff at Wal-Mart. Only things I can ever find that aren't plastered with cartoon characters or sports stuff (I have this thing about advertising to kids or deciding what they like before they decide for themselves...)

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