My “Little” Boy


Here’s my little boy..,. Big isn’t he? He’s only 13 and already he’s taller than me!

He’s proudly modelling his new City top that is his treat for doing well at school this year. He’s got his name on the back and the number 12 for some reason….. Ohhh I remember now, it’s because Manchester City are league champions this year!!!! Woohoo!!


My son 🙂


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  1. Awesome post and handsome son Pam! They grow too fast as I have noticed because I cannot help it so with my 13 yr old grandson. Lovely age for young men though I quite like it. Thanks for sharing. ~ BB


  2. Your son has such a sweet smile, Pam … just like you. Guess everyone tells you (and him) how handsome he is. No doubt you’re a proud mum.
    Blessings – Maxi


    1. I certainly am proud of him! He’s growing up to be a handsome lad and once he gets through this “awkward in his own skin” stage I’m sure his personality will catch him up too. His body is growing faster than his emotions can keep up with at the moment…I just keep hoping the raw material will shine through at the end of the process!!


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