Saturday, December 15, 2012

Oh Christmas Tree

The holiday season is here and all I keep hearing is that I have to be a good boy or else Santa Claus won't come see me. I mean talk about putting the pressure on someone at such a young age. Of course I always want to try to be good...but no one is perfect. I just hope that Santa works on a sliding scale and recognizes that I am good most of the time. 

Mommy has decorated the house really nice and she said that Santa will come see us at Nana's house on Christmas morning. She showed me a ball that is on our tree from the year she was born. t is so pretty and one of my favorite ones on the tree.

  Today I got to go and see Santa Claus with my friends and I even got a Candy Cane from him.

My family really hopes that you all have a an amazing holiday season! 

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Pressure of A Halloween Costume

So it is that time of year again where mommy tells me I can dress up and go knocking on doors to ask for candy. That's So Cool!! So I started to really think long and hard of who I wanted to be for Halloween. Do I want to go as someone that I feel I look like. Here is one of my favorite self portraits:

Upon analyzing my good looks here I thought of three people I feel could be my doppelgangers. Bob Ross, kid flying a plane & Napoleon Dynamite. Do you see the similarities or am I way off base here?

Then I also started thinking do I want to go as someone that I view as a hero, an icon of what I inspire to be. I am a huge A&M fan because of my daddy and I love to sport my gear whenever I can. Whenever we are together on a Saturday I watch the game with Daddy or mommy and I will watch it and try to find Daddy on TV when he travels out of town. (so far no luck spotting him in the crowd). During the games I always see these really cool looking guys that mommy says are chosen by their fellow students on campus. (which means they must be cool) She calls them Yell Leaders. So without a doubt....I know I found what I want to be. So tune in after Halloween to see Owen King Coleman as an official Texas A&M Yell Leader.....

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Guess Who Is Three

I can't believe that just three years ago mommy brought me home to the hospital. Since that time, I have learned how to do many things. From rolling over to running SUPER FAST. I went from doing some sign language to speaking in full sentences. Now I even sleep in my own bed. Crazy how time flies by.

You may recall last year for my birthday we collected good for our local SPCA. That is where my daddy is a dedicated volunteer and they have super cool animals. This year mommy picked a cool charity for me to learn about while celebrating my birthday. She chose St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Mommy has been a big supporter of this organization since her sorority partnered with them in 1999. It was really cool to know that I could help save another kids life. No child should have to suffer from cancer and I am so glad that I have such great friends and family to help support the cause with me.

Mommy made a party for me that included one of my favorite shows that I watch-Thomas The Train. With the theme "All Aboard For The Fight Against Children's Cancer" I was able to not only see my friends, have some cool trains, but also raise monies for a this amazing cause.

I am proud to say that together we not only did we celebrate my milestone of turning three but we raised aproximately $250 to donate to the hospital. For the first time in the three short years of my life I am actually speechless.

Blowing out my Thomas The Train Birthday Cake Candle
Evidence that mommy's cake was YUMMY


Sunday, June 3, 2012

It is funny when I hear my parents say that I am known for my hair. It is something that defines who I am. It is what makes me me….Owen King Coleman. So with that being said, I started to think about all the different styles I have had over the past (almost three) years. So join me on this fun “hairy” tale. It's Scary!


The day I was born I was I had minimally no trace of hair. It seemed for so many months-who are we kidding-the first year of my life I was just going to be sporting the bald look like my daddy. Maybe that is why so many people immediately thought I looked just like my daddy. We were both sporting the same dew!

Now we move to when I was about 18 months old and I began to sprout wings off the side of my head. Unfortunately, there was nothing that could be done when it came to styling my hair because it truly had a mind of its own for the few strands that were starting to show themselves. As we got a bit longer on top; one might confuse it with a mullet.

When my curls really started to come out we saw that my hair also had different looks depending on what activity I happened to be involved with at the time. Here is an example of my curls sporting the wet look. Curly, short and tight to my head.


Here we have the sporting it proud look. Groomed with a nice product, trimmed neatly, and captured at just the right camera angle.

Then here we have the look of when the wind has taken hold. I call this the tussled look.

Then FINALLY, we have the epic white man’s fro. From this my newest nickname was developed; frOwen. Needless to say that over the years I have embraced my hair, worn it proudly, and truly created a name for myself.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Easter Egg Hunt - Take Two

So one year ago this weekend mommy took me to my very first Easter egg hunt. I am not sure if you guys remember but I HATED it. I cried and cried and wanted nothing to do with hunting those stupid eggs. This year was a bit different. I actually enjoyed it and loved hanging out with my friends.

Today I get to go another Easter egg hunt at my Nana's house but I thought I would show you some video from the hunt I did with my classmates on Good Friday. Happy Hunting To All!!!