A Cowboy's Life: Future Horned Frog

Future Horned Frog

8:14:00 AM

There is just something magical about being on a college campus. The old oak trees lined up in perfect rows, the students milling about after class who's only concern for the remainder of the day is deciding if they want to hangout with their buddies or to take a nap. You can't help but feel their excitement and dreams for what the future may hold.

Carson is only two, but of course the hubby and I can only pray and dream that he gets to have the same, if not better college experiences that we had. (But of course he is going to be a college football player:) So when we had the opportunity to have a little photoshoot on the TCU football field we jumped at the chance.

Even at such a young age, he seemed to really understand and feel how special it was to be running around on the field! He was all smiles and thought it was so cool to be actually playing on the same field as the team he had watched all season from our end zone seats.




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14 comments

  1. The little hat just slays me! Thank you for sharing him with us!

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  2. Carson is the sweetest looking little boy. I hope he follows his dream of playing TCU football and becoming a cowboy (whether the football player or rancher). Best of luck on your blog and I look forward to reading more of your journey through the years.

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  3. He is absolutely darling, such a man!!! I love the first one, my fav!! Hope you can stop by this week, http://ohmyheartsiegirl.com/wordless-wednesday-25/karren

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  4. What a pretty little boy, he is like the perfect model.

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  5. omg, how adorable is this?!

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  6. Super sweet shots! :)
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  7. He is so cute! What a great way to keep a two year old occupied! :)

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  8. He must be TCU's cutest fan. Adorable photo!

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