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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Santa Claus?

Everyone that knows my husband Ken, knows he's a little on the eccentric side.  Last January, he decided he was never going to cut his hair or beard again.  And he hasn't. So my son and daughter-in-law bought him this tee shirt for Christmas.  It will chart his growth with little captions that explain the length.  Right now he is at lumber jack.  I'm curious, when I take his photo at the end of the year how long in will be.  It's already longer than when this picture was taken at Christmas!  It was funny the number of kids who thought he was actually Santa Claus.  One mother we were sitting by in a restaurant used the fact that her son was sure he was sitting close to Santa to get him to eat his dinner, telling him that Santa was watching and if he didn't eat he wouldn't bring him anything for Christmas.  The little boy finished his plate, never taking his eyes off Ken!

4 comments:

wendy said...

Love it!!!! Maybe we'll have to have Santa Ken show up on Christmas Eve.

Kathy said...

What happens when the beard reaches the floor? Just wondering :)

Lois said...

I love the shirt. How cool that your hubby will be compared to Santa, I had a dear friend that had a full beard and was always being mistaken for Santa. He loved it and always said it was the best part of his day when he got double takes and "the look' from the kids..

Algodão Tão Doce said...

Olá amiga...tudo bem?
Fica com Deus!!!
Um grande abraço, Marie.