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Thursday, January 10

Flashdance Fever!!

Legwarmers are hot. Especially on chubby little baby legs. In fact, there is a PRODUCT called Babylegs (click here) that are basically legwarmers for infants and tots. Cute stuff! But the official Babylegs are $12 a pop, and a friend told me that there were tutorials that show how to make them yourself (Tutorial Slideshow)... so after purchasing a manly pair of argyle knee-hi ladies' socks, I decided to try this out for myself.

Voila!



...and I don't care who else approves or disapproves of this punk-ish look for my baby BOY, I am dying over how cute he looks. Totally manly. Ladies' socks and Flashdance notwithstanding.

I think I'll be making some more.

10 comments:

  1. He looks like a Lollipop Guild boy! I love it! What a great, cute break from work. :)

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  2. if i had any small ones, i would do it. although i'm not usually that crafty. i'll have to remember this! and i bet they are better than pants that get poopy yuck stuff on them. these should be far enough away that they escape the yuckies...

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  3. Ok, those are so dang cute and funny. I love it!

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  4. And just when you think baby thighs don't get any better...

    Have I mentioned how irresistable that baby's face is?

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  5. That kid gets cuter and cuter everyday. I wish that I lived closer to you so that I could see that little nephew of mind more. I'm so jealous of Beckie right now :P.

    Way to be an awesome mom, Em. Love ya!

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  6. those are so snazzy! I wonder how they would look on my two year old....

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  7. I love them!! LOVE them!! Great job MOM! :) Hope you are doing well. He is going to be so big the next time I see him :(

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  8. Oh! I love em! Great job!

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  9. Those are so adorable!

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  10. cute lil video up in the corner.

    Could I make a suggestion for the next bit of fottage?...I still have yet to see the blowdryer moment. If you could catch that on film, I'd love to see it!

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