Baby Holiday Fashion

Seven-months-old grandson Nolan Thomas Behel was a Pirate Baby for Halloween — that’s his mom, my older daughter, Liz, demonstrating a pirate hook. Nolan seems to love dressing up (read “not mind”), so I think we’ve got some fun times ahead of us. And now that Halloween’s over and we’re into November already and we’re speeding into the holiday season, we (read “Grandma”) can legitimately start thinking about Christmas wear. (Sorry, Thanksgiving, for shortchanging you this year.) And of course, as a new grandma, I’m thinking ahead. I snagged this adorable Christmas onesie at Baby Gap earlier this fall as soon as I saw it. I love the cap. Who could resist? Definitely not me.

9 thoughts on “Baby Holiday Fashion

  1. Cathy, Nolan is just the cutest little pirate I’ve ever seen! Who can resist those little rosy red pudgy cheeks???

  2. Good heavens, that’s an adorable baby.

    And I’m not just saying that because he’s my grandbaby.

    I mean, really.

  3. That is officially the cutest Jewish pirate baby in the world. Trust me, I did the research.

  4. Aw, thanks, Susan, for such sweet words. And I know that you know cute grandbabies! And, dear husband, I think he gets his cuteness from you!

  5. LOL, Carolyn! You are so right. And I think he gets the rest of his cuteness from you! What a lucky baby to have such a cool aunt.

  6. That cute little Nolan smile makes my day!!! That is such a cute picture of Liz and Nolan. But I don’t get the Jewish?

  7. I’m happy that, on the eve of the election, we have all found something we can agree on.

  8. Aw, thanks to all for the kind words. Cheryl — Carolyn thought the red head scarf that came with Nolan’s costume looked more like a Jewish yamuke than a scary pirate hat so she called him a Jewish pirate baby. My children!

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