We are all about the fashion here, so when Isaac donned the dog collar, I knew we had an opportunity to change the fashion world forever. Ladies and Gentlemen, let me introduce to you the newest in preteen fashion – the Elizabethan collar! Believe it or not, this collar has been missing in our house somehow. Of course, we are also missing Isaac’s cell phone and socks…many many socks. Anyhow, Isaac found the dog collar so there is yet hope for his phone.
How, you might ask, are the pre-teens wearing these new fangled things? Behold:
This boy is so cool! He didn’t mind showing off and had a lot of fun doing it. Isaac means laughter according to the books that make up meanings for names. He really lives that part too. He’s a great kid and so clever and fun! Sometimes I wonder if he will get into the teenage angst junk and stop having fun with the family. I hope not. I know there is a certain amount of that coming but hopefully we will all get through it just fine. And heck, if he gets too big for his britches, I can always break out these pics and remind him of when he was just a pup! How much are those invisible dog fences again?
7 thoughts on “An Elizabethan collar?”
At least he won’t chew any future stitches 😀
Show him this picture, but don’t show him the blog. Bloggess is wonderful, but has grown-up content on her site.http://thebloggess.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/ferris-moustache.jpg
As for teenage angst. I pray your young fashionisto manages to go away to college without losing his sense of silliness. Don’t let him have a girlfriend, that’ll cover most of the angst young men have in high school.
He gets it from you dear. He gets it from watching you.
The invisible electric fences are worth every penny, but I had a problem getting the kids to leave the collars on. Until I made a metal collar and riveted it on. Then no problem at all. A word of advise though, use stainless steel. That rust leaves a stain around their necks that takes a long time to wear off.
The collar of shame! Looks like he’s having fun in it 🙂
I hope he stays the same too! Sometimes they do.
The Boy thinks Butch is nuts but he recognizes he is turning into him!!!
Ha! Looks like he’s having a really fun time wearing it. Your son is really funny.. He might have gotten it from you. 🙂
Comments are closed.