For a two-year-old boy, Noah has very strong opinions about fashion, especially since his sister at two didn’t seem to be aware that she was even wearing clothes.

But my son’s tastes are exquisite, specific, and a non-negotiable. As such, I decided to let him have his own video column to share his wisdom. So be prepared to learn from the Tim Gunn of Toddlers.


33 thoughts on “Noah’s Fashion Pointers: Volume One.

  1. This is awesome! I want to share it with my husband, but I know he will have questions. 1.) why does Noah have those word in his vocabulary? 2.) did you somehow edit this to make it say stuff he is not actually saying? 3.) is this for real?!

    No matter what it is ADORABLE!

  2. Awesome! I think your answers made this video EVEN better! I have a two and a three year old and they say the opposite of what I say! He’s a cute kid and you are a lucky mommy

  3. I love that he says abomination and abhorrent. Awesome Noah! My Landon would agree 100% on all points! Don’t guess you’re gonna hit up Zulily’s current nothinbutsmock shop then, huh?

  4. He is so handsome. Also, I know you will give Noah the best education in the world and he will probably have all kinds of degrees one day but, face it, he will be some kind of truck driver or car mechanic or race car driver. Just do like Ryan Neuman’s (race car driver) Dad did, made him finish college before he would let him race. Ryan is also an engineer.

    1. Oh yes, I am convinced that his future occupation will have something to do with wheels. Now the only thing left to determine will be how dangerous it is.

  5. Noah, that was amazing. I could not agree with you more on smock, John johns, and embroidered names. Tim Gunn would be proud.

  6. This is hilarious! I loved it and totally agree with him. I do have to confess that I had to do an Internet search for john johns because I was unfamiliar with them (I am from NJ). :)

  7. This made me laugh. So funny hearing him try to say abomination and abhorrent. I also liked his concerned look when he informed us that duckies are only for the bathtub.

  8. That was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO cute!! Vocabulary is insane for his age, love it. I read your comment where you spoke about him saying what you tell him to so I have to say your coming up with the diapertoe was really funny. And I can totally see you coming through with him saying that putting his name on clothes gives strangers too much information ;) Have you gotten the cape in the mail yet from Zulily?? I bet he is going to go BONKERS for it when you give it to him!

    1. Thank you! It was a lot of fun to make.
      Yup, we got the cape, and he was totally impressed – for the first day. Now he won’t wear it anymore!
      That’s how my kids are with new things, though. In a few months, he and the cape will be inseparable.

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