Happy Revolution Day!

Handkerchief:  8 pesos
Horse:  25 pesos
Shirt:  49 pesos
Jeans:  98 pesos
Boots:  159 pesos
Carrilleras (Bandoliers):  30 pesos

Seeing Jack dressed up as a Revolucionario for the Revolution Day parade: Priceless!



Viva la Revolucion Mexicana!

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(A big thank you to my friend Nancy for providing me with the English word for Carrilleras.)

14 comments:

  1. Oh he looks adorable! I so want to live in Mexico!

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  2. I love the horse he's riding, I think I had one just like it when I was his age!

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  3. You forgot the mustache. He looks so authentic, great job.

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  4. cute costume! Happy Revolution Day to you :)

    Visiting from LBS

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  5. I'm visiting from the LBS Tea Party....I know I'm a bit late but I am an old lady from the UK! Just to say I am your latest follower because I love your blog and would love to know more about Mexico....it's on my countries to visit in the next 18 months. Your son looks fantastic by the way,

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  6. Hi Leslie! This is Jackie (www.thevacafamily.blogspot.com) and I saw the comment you left regarding the Christmas candy. I wanted to know if you've found any yet or is there a way I could send it to you? Do you and your family make it to GDL often? I was thinking about you also because of Thanksgiving just being around the corner. I love the holidays and Thanksgiving is the only holiday I'm not able to celebrate because I don't know how to cook and well, here in GDL I haven't found American friends. When we lived in Puerto Vallarta it was a very different situation. Nevertheless, is there a way I can contact you so that I don't have to leave such long messages in your "comment" section?

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  7. Hi Leslie!

    Just dropping by from the LB Tea Party. How is Mexico?

    Jack looks adorable (and cool!) and this is a lovely blog. I wish you and your family all the best there.


    Paula

    P.S. Do drop by if you can. I'd love to have you.
    http://www.theseagreenjournal.com

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  8. I was going to write a post about Revolution Day -- until I realized just how sad the event really is. Rather like celebrating the sadness of our Civil War. Instead, I decided to enjoy the sight of kids dressed up in their costumes. Nice photograph of Jack.

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  9. He looks cute. Happy Revolution Day to you too.

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  10. I came from the Lady Blogger's Tea Party! I love this picture! It reminds me of my cousins in Israel during the Jewish holiday of Purim! So awesome!

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