See the Resemblance?

Rock artist Ted Nugent performs at the House of Blues inside the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino during his Uncle Ted Remember the Alamo tour July 30, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

(Photo from Ethan Miller/Getty Images)  Here’s a picture of 70’s rocker Ted Nugent, who has gone on to be a rugged outdoorsman and outspoken hunter and right to bear arms advocate.

Noah Nugent

And here’s Noah.

I was busy inside the house the other day and started hearing noise outside.  Sometimes I can hear Noah when he’s playing outside – usually he has to be pretty upset to make enough noise to be heard.  But this wasn’t upset noise – and all the other children were inside.  Hmmm.  Happy loud noise?  Joy.  Joy.  Joy.  So I peeked outside and saw Noah on the trampoline playing air guitar with a stick and singing to his heart’s content.  (Don’t ask me WHAT he was singing, he was just singing.)  I grabbed the camera and snatched this shot, but after two or three clicks and pleas from me to get him to look at the camera, he looked straight at me, lowered his “guitar,” aimed it at me and made a very audible “pow” as in bang bang you’re dead.

I guess he thought I had taken enough pictures.

Just so we’re clear, no way my other kids get away with “shooting” me when they don’t want to do what I tell them to.

Sigh.

But he’s just so darn cute.

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2 thoughts on “See the Resemblance?”

  1. Something I’ve noticed about Noah that may be different from other DS kids…he’s happy and he shows it. That’s a big smile on his face. I watched a video the other night of a toddler with a dog who wanted to make friends. The toddler kept scrunching himself away from the dog. The dog persisted. In the end, the toddler crawled all over him, but I never saw him smile. I’m glad Noah does.

    1. I saw that video too. I think a lot of kiddos with DS are that silly, joyful happy – that’s one of the things that makes them so loveable. But I’m glad that he’s happy and he shows it too! 🙂

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