White Wigs and Smiles


This was Taylor in his Thomas Jefferson costume yesterday at school. He’s spent the last few weeks working on his biography for him. Yesterday, he had his interview in front of the class. My two favorite parts were his entry and his closing answer. I have to point out that he didn’t answer the question of whether or not he was a perfectionist with a mere yes. It was, “Yes, I am.” How perfectly fitting for this little lad!

I was so proud of him! Here’s a little video clip of his interview.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxUilumzk5E&w=640&h=390]


7 comments on “White Wigs and Smiles

  1. That was just so totally awesome!!!!! I love where technology has taken us so that we can share those precious moments!!!!

    Amen Danielle! :)

  2. Darlene Johnston

    March 17, 2011 at 5:01 pm Reply

    If that isn’t the most PRECIOUS thing! Too darn cute!

    :) Thanks! I thought so too.

  3. Your son is cute even though he was the man of the house at 14. The good old days when he kids were more responsible.

    Hee hee – well spoken!

  4. Well done!
    Our painfully shy son is portraying “Squanto” to his class in 2 weeks; both written and oral book report (must be memorized, no reading off papers) followed by a living wax museum for the whole school/invited guests AND a tri-board display. Heaven help us!

    I’ll send you some chocolate…or any other vice that will get you through it!!! Good luck!

  5. How did you make your son’s wig? Our school is having a Christmas program and we need to make this type of wig. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,
    Jane Lambert
    Bishop Schad Regional School
    Vineland, NJ

  6. Hi! I found this on Pinterest. Could you possibly share how you made the wig? I’m struggling!

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