Comments: My Son is Smurfy!

I loved the Smurfs! How smurfy for you!

Posted by Frazier at January 25, 2007 05:41 PM

The smurfs were a childhood favorite of mine, but not to that extent. It may be a good thing for him being engrossed in this, he might become a artist or animator someday. You just might want to restrict him showing his passion at certain times. I hope this helps.

Posted by Antione at January 26, 2007 12:25 AM

Yes, I'd like a peanut.

[Be sure to save some video of oldest boy going smurf-crazy. It may be useful for blackmail in the future, or perhaps whatever girl is lucky enough to marry him (someone like his mom) would appreciate a blast from the past.]

Posted by Marc V at January 26, 2007 11:08 AM

http://qtpies7.blogspot.com/2006/11/little-boy-blue.html Here is my son's smurf story! We went to Smurf/Wallaby Park in France when he was 2. And they weren't 3 apples tall there! LOL They were bigger than me!
Later I will have to blog about my former neighbors and the tree incident. It was forever scary and laughable!

Posted by Lisa (qtpies7) at January 26, 2007 07:01 PM

LOL, that is too cute.
I use to love the smurfs. I dont' think I had any toys or books of the smurfs but I loved the cartoon and use to watch it all the time.
Sort of odd that all the other toys I use to love growing up are back, strawberry shortcake, My little ponys, cabage patch dolls, Holly Hobby. WHY not the smurfs??

Posted by KC at January 27, 2007 08:45 PM

How cute!
The Smurfs really were an imaginative cartoon, more fairy tale than toys-marketed-as-shows. Or is that a grown-up rationalizing 80's nostalgia?

Posted by Meredith at January 31, 2007 11:51 AM