Spring Bertie

A couple of recent Bertie shots. Last night I had to cut his fringe as it has been getting in his eyes so badly of late. I have tried and tried to get a good side-sweep going, but to no avail. It just falls into his eyes every time. I’m afraid that Bertie now looks like a monk with a mullet. Oops!

These were taken during our last few days as Devon residents. At the moment, I don’t feel I’m a resident of anywhere!

24 comments:

  1. Bertie is so cute (I have a mullet too at the moment. I hear they are coming back into fashion! Or maybe I'm just too tight to pay for a rather steep norwegian hair cut!)

    You will feel settled soon enough.

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  2. Bertie is gorgeous Kerry, so handsome x
    I for one am looking forward to you four becoming Londoners, hopefully we can set up sone playdates for Evie and Bertie
    xxx

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  3. so cute! Bertie is a little flower child! I wish I was a Devon resident again sometimes, espcially when I see pictures of fields and flowers. Hope the move goes well :) xx

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  4. What a sweet little boy. I love his hair, no mullet a far as I can see. Take care!

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  5. Gorgeous photos :) Moving does that to you, doesn't it? Funny how we must put down 'belonging' roots without even realising it... no doubt you've have new roots soon, Kerry :) Kx

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  6. Awwww! Sweet shots...And no worries, you're a resident....of your home blog! :-) We come straight to your "house" every time! :-) I hope the arrangements for your "other" home are all settled soon for you though.

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  7. He's the picture of cuteness! I bet he thinks he's on an adventure. X

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  8. Hi Kerry,

    What a coicindence, we've done just the same with our son. Bertie look stunningly sweet, as always!

    Hope you'll soon settle confortably in your new home.

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  9. :) He still looks cute, mullet or no mullet!
    Hope everything will speed up a bit for you & you can make a home for your family soon.
    xoxox

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  10. ha! i was going to say what a great mullet before i read your post. gus has a mullet too but he has curls so you don't notice it too much till it's wet in the bath. it's so long at the back! gorgeous pics. he's so squeezable. x

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  11. He's a gorgeous kid, mullet or not mullet. Embrace the feeling of not belonging and explore it...you might be surprised how it can change your perspective...it doesn't last long in my experience.
    x

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  12. Oh he's a darling!!
    Much too cute to be amonk!!

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  13. wow bertie has grown since i have seen him last! i guess that is what babies do, right? haha. looooove those little cheeks of his!!
    j.

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  14. lol! Very cute! Jealous that you can actually sit on spring grass..

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  15. hahaha!! :D
    I've been translating "a monk with a mullet", but I still don't understand this expression :P
    anyway, Bertie looks so cute playing with flowers!

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  16. So cute! I hope you will feel at home soon :)

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  17. Oh what a cutie! And his vest is soso nice!

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  18. So So cute! He really looks like his dad! Hope your well xx

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  19. I swear he gets more and more gorgeous in each photo! So cute! Hope the move is going smoothly and that you feel at home soon xxx

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  20. He is such an adorable little guy!

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  21. Oh, he's so lovely. Milo is in desperate need of a hair cut - he's going for surfer style at the moment. Hope you're soon feeling settled.

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  22. Aaaaaw! No worries, love the old monk-with-mullet look. What a cutie!

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  23. What a beautiful, beautiful little boy! Enjoy every second with him. I blinked and mine is ten now! Your newest follower,
    Stacy @ www.conspicuousstyle.com

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