Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Where Does The Time Go? Tabletop Tuesday

Once upon a time, my big boy was a little boy.
Even then, our family loved Mickey Mouse.

We took our little boy to Walt Disney World for his
first visit and came home with the cutest denim bib
overalls, with Mickey on the front. His picture
(in the red turtleneck) in them became
our Christmas Card that year.



Many years later, our little boy had a little boy of his own.
Knowing that someday this would happen, we saved the overalls
 for when that little boy was also around 2-years-old.


On Sunday, we once again pulled out the
old Mickey overalls for my son's second son.
Time for me to buy a new picture frame!


I'm linking to Table Top Tuesday with our hostess Marty @
A Stroll Thru Life. Please visit her today!

21 comments:

koralee said...

Soooo cute! The Joys of boys...xoxoxo Happy day my friend.

AliLilly said...

That is very sweet!! My mom had saved a few outfits of mine for me to share with my daughter. We lost everything in a devastating house fire. My dad had a couple old things at his house. It was such a blessing!! Thanks for sharing....this really made my heart happy.

ps I found you on Table Top Tuesday! :)

Maria said...

Oh Sue... I just melt over the pictures of my kids when they were little.
Your idea of saving the overalls was a GREAT MOM idea!

How sweet that now you can create such a sweet memory for 'all your boys' :D
~Maria

vignette design said...

Absolutely darling! Wish I had saved the overalls!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

What an adorable little guy and the overalls are so special since they came from the past, used both by dad and brother! Definitely time for a another frame!
Have a wonderful week!
Coralie

ChRiS said...

well i hope someday to have a grandaughter (my boys are not rushing it thats for sure) my mom has saved so many things that were mine my little suede roy rogers coat (has fringes) a hat that has a face on the back and pigtales, lots lil dresses she has em in her cedar chest last i looked they were in good shape yet!!

dee dee said...

Sue,
Your grandson is so handsome! I love that you saved the overalls for him, excellent idea!
Dee Dee

nannykim said...

So very darling! Tell your son they would also look good on a girl (as in granddaugher ;-) ).
It is nice that you saved them! We never saved any of the clothes!

Mimi said...

Sue, what adorable pictures and little ones! It is so nice those bib overalls never seem to go out of style.

Blondie's Journal said...

How precious, Sue!

xoxo
Jane

Artist Terri Smith said...

Hi Sweet Sue..I have but one word for this sweetface..PRECIOUS! Lovin' the overalls!

Hugs & Summer Sunshine,
Terri

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh this is just so precious. I love that you saved the overalls and what a thrill to have them passed down and pictures of ALL the boys wearing them. Such sweet, sweet memories. Thanks so much for sharing and joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Marydon said...

Sue, this is adorable! Two generations of MMouse overalls ... I've saved things of my kid-lings for the same reasons.

Kid-ling is darling, son was cute as a button ... time for a new frame.

TY for your Love Is... comment. Dig them out & join us on Monday's ... can't get enough of them ... the messages they share are so very solid beautiful messages of moments we've all shared in our lives. Let me know ...

Have a lovely summer's eve ~
TTFN ~ Marydon

xinex said...

Very cute, Sue. Your grandson looks like his dad when his dad was small...Christine

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Sue, how cute. That is wonderful that you had the forsight to save those that long. They would have gotten lost if I had done that.

Completely Coastal + Daily Vitamin Sea said...

Just precious!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

What precious, sweet and cute post, Sue.
Wishing you a happy happy Wednesday! xx

Gypsy Heart said...

Love this! Each little boy is adorable ~

xoxo
Pat

Holly said...

Precious! My daughter recently wore my sons Thomas shirt (both 3rd b'day parties) and my mom brought up her kimono from when she lived in Japan, but my tomboy girl won't have anything to do with the kimono.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Utterly adorable! Just as cute as can be!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Angie said...

Oh, that's so cute! Clothes can hold such wonderful memories. Makes me feel a little better about my little shopping addiction ;)