Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin

Boom Boom is acting out the “Three Little Pigs” as he refuses to allow anyone to remove the “hair on my chinny chin chin.”

Frankie and Boom Boom mesmerized by critters outside the window.
Frankie and Boom Boom mesmerized by critters outside the window.

As so often happens, Hu-Dad thinks he knows the story when he takes a photograph, but then he notices something that changes everything. In this case, a simple photograph of the two brothers watching wildlife wander past the study window morphed when a detail can into view.

The Hair on my Chinny Chin Chin.
The Hair on my Chinny Chin Chin.

Yes, Landon had a Siberian tumbleweed stuck to his lower jaw. It dangled and bounced and generally amused the Hu-Dad as he focused and took a number of pictures.

Hu-Dad is easily amused.
Hu-Dad is easily amused.

6 thoughts on “Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin”

  1. TOO funny Boom Boom-that tuft of hair makes us want to just “remove it”-lol Hu-Dad caught those photos very nicely!

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