Wednesday, February 5, 2014

D is for double duty

Last week my Son sent a picture to me of my grandson wearing an outfit he found in their storage.  We bought this Lederhosen  for our Son on a trip to Europe when he was 11 in 1981.

Our grandson is around the same age now, looks like they wear the same size.

Son - Looking DAPPER


Here's the photo I received last week.

DOUBLE DUTY
Grandson will be 11 in May.  He just needs a place to wear it.

Our Son wore this on the plane ride home from Germany and everyone had a comment on his outfit.
DOGS could not be left out of the picture!

Linking with  ABC WEDNESDAY






Ann

12 comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

I never had the legs for those things!

Kalpana Solsi said...

Your grandson looks so sweet!

Leslie: said...

Oh my gosh! Your son kept that so it must have been very special to him. And now HIS son wears it and you must be thrilled. These are wonderful memories for you.

Leslie
abcw team

Gattina said...

I think a German boy would never wear these trousers, unless maybe he is Bavarian ! It's a little bit comparable to the cowboy hats, some people think that all Americans are wearing it ! lol !

Carver said...

Adorable shots of your son and grandson. Carver, ABCW Team

Marilyn said...

Love both pictures! It looks like the grandson needs those knee high socks, though!♥♫

Hildred said...

A couple of handsome young men!! Great memories....

Reader Wil said...

Both boys are wearng their Lederhosen proudly! Thanks for sharing.
Wil,ABCW Team.

Blackberry Lane said...

How special to have these two photos to compare. Of course, the furry kids get to be in the photo, too!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh how fun! My husband had some when he was about five, and I just love them!

xo

Sheila

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Surely this is a site well worth seeing.

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

So fun to have these still around! Most of our kids are still here...Love you sis! That was a wonderful vacation!

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