Tuesday, July 28, 2009

I Dare to Wear Pink for Baby Bella!


Listen up, ladies! I have already been crowned a Spud Stud by the Sweet Potato Queen Tammys! So for me, pink is just another color that I look great in! ;-)



Hold the phone! That's me in the picture. And, yes, I dare to wear pink for Baby Bella's fabulous shower party! If you are not privileged to know Bella, let me just say that she is a precious little miracle and a blessing to all! Go here to see what all the fuss is about!

Thank you for letting me join in the fun! We love you, Bella!


12 comments:

trash talk said...

You are an absolute kick in the pants...or is that pink in the pants. David, you are always such a fun addition and I love your "can do" attitude. Thank you for caring so deeply about my girls. Words are just not enough!
Debbie

common ground said...

I always say it takes a REAL man, to wear pink! Great photo!
Debra

ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage and Junkologie said...

Rockin' the pink!!

Amy

Sue said...

It's ONLY the greatest of guys that look good in pink! Wonderful post! Take care.

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

You, my dear Spud Stud, look great in any color! ~Mindy

The Renaissance Chick said...

I like a man who can wear pink! It is always nice to have a man at a shower too!

Malisa

Lois Lane II said...

That picture is ADORABLE!!!

summersundays-jw said...

Men with gray hair always look great in pink -- even when it's premature. My Mike was always known for his pink shirts. Bella will love it. Jan

maryboys said...

that picture is completely wonderful...i just love it.

mary

Jodie LeJeune said...

Hi David!
What a man you are to be wearing pink! I say it's cool...even for Bella's sake! You're a great sport for playing along but most of all, I've been following you through Bella's story and I see how much you & Mindy support Deb...I think it's wonderful to have great souls like you two!!!!!
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Ragamuffin Gal said...

That is just about the cutest picture I've seen! And thanks for intoducing me to Bella through this post. I am happy to add her to my prayer list ~ what a sweet little bundle of love!

Miss Sandy said...

Sweet photo. Thank you for visiting. The flower you mentioned is a wild thistle that grows on the roadsides here. That one was just starting to bloom. They have a wonderful purple cone shape but are a true menace to gardens as they take over. Their pods are quite pretty when dried.

Have a great weekend.