Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Daddy's so proud...

Want to know what Little Elvis did today? He tried to go into a dressing room with a teenage girl trying on a leopard-print mini-dress.

Let's start at the beginning. This afternoon Little Elvis chose not to nap, but was in good spirits, so I decided to let him visit the stores he always tries to go into at the mall.

First, he wandered into Urban Outfitters (yes!) We looked at the sign from inside of the store, which was kind of gray and industrial, and then headed back out.

His next choice was a Papaya. It was bright white and the clothes were candied shades of pinks, yellows and blues. "We" had a great time running around looking at all the racks of clothes, running under some and attempting to find the fitting rooms. The workers kept smiling and laughing at us.

We then headed to Garage. It's aimed at the same age range as Papaya. The colors were darker, and there were more displays for us to run around. No girls, though...

Guess was up next. He admired some very uncomfortable looking shoes, then ran for the back of the store. Guess what he found? Dressing rooms! With a teenage girl modeling a mini-leopard dress. He tried to join her inside the fitting room... twice. Yes. My 2-year-old son tried to go into a dressing room with a 15-year-old girl trying on a short, tight, spotted dress.

I finally got him out of the store and what was next on our journey? Victoria's Secret. Not one, but three of them! After the success of his last trek, he went straight for the fitting rooms in the back. Lucky for me, no one was modeling underwear outside of the rooms.

Little Elvis hid under an underwear table when I was finally able to drag him away from the dressing rooms. This didn't last too long. He was too tall to stand up straight under the table, so it wasn't worth it.


Blogger mpotter said...

oh my hilarious!
so sorry.... but maybe that will be incentive for the youngster to not rush and get pregnant anytime soon. (ha)

victoria's secret...
i'm still laughin.

good luck on your next excursion.
hope you don't have a "back room" at your video store.

12:13 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

What a stinker! Too funny!

1:44 PM  
Blogger Stew Swanson said...

And if I tried that they would be calling security. Way to go D.J.
Grandpa Stew

5:18 PM  
Blogger MIP said...

Already such a boy, too funny.

11:21 AM  
Blogger Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

And this is why I have no clothes or bras that fit... Shopping is just not worth it with little ones!

Hope you guys are well, take care,

2:04 PM  
Blogger Jonny's Mommy said...

Hey...maybe I can get my kid to go clothes shopping with me then?! Haaa!

10:38 AM  
Blogger MoziEsm√© said...

What a man! Sounds like a fun trip - shopping with no agenda other than the kid's. I need to try that some time.

11:24 PM  

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