Behold. A Blog Prince in training
I don't even have to tell him to cover his face anymore.Scary...
Monday, August 04, 2008
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Your prince will definitely be a fine blogger one day :)
These shots made me smile! Really terrific takes for RT... Love it ;)http://zoliofrope.blogspot.com/
napaboaniya - It's in his blood...lingovise - Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed them. He is a sweetheart.
Garlic sticks! YUM!!!What fun shots! Thanks for visiting me today.
Your prince and blogger in waiting is a good sport too. These were fun photos.
Very cute but you've got to get him to expose at least half of his face and then he will be a true Prince of Bloggingham!
He's definitely be a good blogger in the future!HERE is where I posted my Ruby Tuesday photo. Please hop by if you have the time. I will be very appreciated. Thanks!
Karen - They were yummy.Raven - I'll tell him!Linda - I'm working on that....Jenn - I think so too. He loves to watch the peace globes float by.
Hmm, something tells me he's been through this before! :-DHappy Ruby Tuesday to you and the young prince!
A bit of a faux pas, having bleu cheese on Ruby Tuesday, don't you think?
Hahaha! He's a cutie all right.
Oh, I do that to my kids, too...make them my subjects for Bloggydom! At least my younger two enjoy the stardom. Fun photos, thanks for sharing your meal with us.
Perfect Prince! I love the way he covers his face *g*... reminds me of a certain Queen. ;-)Your pan-boy can be found here - waiting to be used.
I'm with Linda here - the left side must be showing. Maybe you could get a signed release from him to allow the publishing of his image. One side at a time, of course!
No, he doesn't hide his face, the paper smells so good, lol !
Glad you got your Ruby Tuesday post up, Mimi! I had a lot of trouble yesterday trying to upload photos... Isn't it funny how just everything turns into "blog fodder" when we're out and around? Ha! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)
Bobbie - You would be correct!WillThink - Ha! I never thought of it. Next time, red wine! But not for Baby Boy...EG - Thank you. He thinks so too..lolLeora - Have a breadstick.
Sir Ralph - Duchess Linda is usually right in these royal matters. I'll draw up that contract right now.
Sanni - He gets it honestly. It's genetic you see....
Gattina - Ha ha! And he can't read so you must be right!Mary - I had to buy a larger purse just to carry my camera. I know. It's insane. I take pictures everywhere...the grocery line...the gas station...everything. You never know when you might need a photograph and Lord forbid you'd be somewhere with a major thing happening without your camera! Trouble is...bloggers find beauty in the most ordinary things I do believe. Thanks for hosting Ruby Tuesday. It's a blast. I really enjoy it.
hilarious. My kids don't hide anymore they just snicker at me. Fun Ruby Tuesday. I love your header by the way...
Your Highness,That little prince already has the face covering down at such a young age! It must be in the royal blood.Linda is right: we need to see half a face. Or at least a third! Please?
"I don't even have to tell him to hid his face anymore...." laughing.just imagine how he will remember these times....
Minkydo - Thanks for your visit and your comment!ellen - Let 'em snicker. I'm used to it by now.
Patti - Royal blood indeed. No kidding (I forgot to put this in my post!)...before we left for dinner he picked up my crown from the dresser and said "put this on."I did.And then took it off before we left. Next time I should wear it!
Katherine - He thinks his "Mimi" is perfectly normal with such shenaningans. Others look at me strangely on a regular basis. I think I'll keep him....
Looks like the blog prince is a wee bit camera shy :DTink *~*~*My Mobile Adventures *~*~*
Tink - He isn't shy about anything and quite the little ham. He cracks me up all the time. What a mess he is!
Not playing but wanted to comment. Yep, he's got it down quite nicely. Well, he has had the queen as a role model. Just saying. Have a great day Mimi. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)
This giant menus sure come in handy :)lots of red at this restaurantand sounds like a yummy fun time
He's a chip of the old block! :)
Brilliant idea for Ruby Tuesday, but you're giving Prince Charming a complex. Many years from now, while reclined on a psychiatrist's couch, he is going to say, "And my mom wouldn't take pictures of me unless I covered my face ...."
Brilliant!Not only this post, but the previous ones as well! I enjoyed your blog!Thanks for visiting mine too!
Great use of the prompt. I liked your line: Life is good...certainly looks that way.Happy Ruby Tuesday, Gwww.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com
All action taking place under the guiding light of the red decorated lamp above! Unique and yummy.
And his blog will be entitled "Grandson Of The Queen" and he will tell stories of how his g-ma would harass him taking his picture all day but never let his face be seenbwahahahahahahahaha
Ha ha! We bloggers are like spies - always a camera on hand :O)
Get them blogging young, Mimi.
Sandee - Next we're working on the Queen wave. Or not.Dianne - He's learning how to use that menu well.Akelamalu - "Old"...?? Did you say old? I'm going to cry now.Quilly - Laughing!! You could be right. I'd better rethink this strategy.No...that won't be the thing that puts him into therapy. It will be this: "Doctor, my grandmother was a Queen on the internet...."Oh dear.
jientje - So glad to make your cyber-acquaintance. Thank you!Come back to the castle anytime.Geraldine - Having pizza with him is always a "life is good" moment.Ann - Yes, a typical pizza parlor ambience for sure....
Bond - Sometimes he rolls his eyes when I pick up the camera.Most people do....
Babs - And hopefully not an intrusion on others' privacy...the thought comes to mind.Jean-luc - He can't read yet but I'm working on it. Maybe someone should launch Blogging For Kids. Oh. It's been done.
Keep him away. You want to pass on this nasty habit? ;)
I want to go out to eat right about now. Does the Prince ever pick up the bill?
Yum - garlic bread and bleu cheese sounds yummy!
Bud - I think it's too late....onangelwings - Sadly, no. But he has offered. No kidding. We were in the toy store and he said "You bought me toys. Do you want me to pay for our dinner?"
askew - I'm actually eating some right now!
First visit..and wow...amazing blog, but you know that. How cute is your prince even behind the menu....Thank you for visiting my butterfly post..
Mmmmmm. Pepperoni pizza, bleu cheese, and garlic bread. I say yum-OH!
I'm sure that prince behind the menu is stunning. ;) Nice Ruby Tuesday idea as well, you genius mind you.
Rambling - Appreciate that very much! Do come back to visit. The Prince may peek out yet....Travis - I love bleu cheese on anything. And so does he.Tish - What are you doing up? Aren't you supposed to be resting??!
A queen should never leave her castle sans crown! Never, I say.
Dear Mimi,Such a clever prince.He knows to keep away from paparazzies.He's got class and style, no pepperoni pizza can hide away that.Liked the red hearts on the ceiling lamps as well.From Felisol
He's truly a natural!
Very precious! Sometimes the simplest pictures conjure up the most fun posts.
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