Fit to be tied

April 16, 2012 | By Brent Almond | MAKING MEMORIES, THINGS DAD DIGS

This is a follow up to my post on the über-dapper Trendy Ties. Just wanted to show off a few photos of us in our matching ties we wore Easter Sunday. It was a very difficult choice to pick just one design, but having ordered them pretty last minute, my decision was dictated mostly by what matched shirts we already had. What do you think? Cute enough for ya?

Looking chic and cheeky betwixt Papa & Daddy

JJ strikes a casual pose in the church nursery, contemplating the vintage toy collection

Showing off our Easter duds

These are also the first photos I’ve posted taken with my new camera. I’m still re-learning how to take SLR photos, and you can tell we had a hard time finding the right spot that lit us up without either blinding us or drowning our faces in cherry blossom shadows. Hopefully better shots are yet to come!

Got any cute Easter pics of your kiddo (or dog or yourself) to share? Post them on our Facebook page, or on your own page and post the link here.

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8 responses to “Fit to be tied”

  1. Ira says:

    You know, it’s never too early for JJ to wear bow ties, too…

    • Brent M. Almond says:

      I would have gotten him a bow tie, but this company didn’t make matching ones for adults. Maybe next year… 🙂

  2. Steve says:

    What a great-looking trio!

  3. Dean Riley says:

    Oh Brent. What will you do now that you’re not “the cute one” in the family? You, sir, have been out-cuted.

    • Brent M. Almond says:

      LOL. Oh I’ve not been the cute one for quite some time now (beginning with our 6 year old dog, and now JJ). I don’t mind too much, since I still get to dress him up in fancy duds like these. But that too will pass… 🙂

  4. Kate Jarvi says:

    Fun to see you guys and your matching ties.

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