Like most gentlemen, the baby behaved relatively well at the beginning of the shopping trip, sleeping quietly in his stroller. My mother and I foolishly wasted this time taking pictures:
Shortly after this picture was taken, Fuzzy started fussing, requiring me to feed him in the middle of the Macy's lingerie department. We found a quiet corner by the nursing bras, figuring it was as safe a place as any to breastfeed in public. Wouldn't you know it, as soon as the baby latched, two separate men appeared out of nowhere, intently picking through the women's nightgowns nearby. However, neither one of them paid me much attention, and after some debate, my mom and I concluded that their focus could only come from transsexuals shopping for themselves.
After the feeding Fuzzy quieted down again, and even took some interest in our endeavor:
Sadly, his patience with shopping wore thin quickly after the novelty of the bras, and by the end of our trip, he assumed the universal (straight) male expression seen after a few hours at the mall:
Remarkably like his father, in fact.
PS: Does anybody understand Fuzzy's shirt? It was a gift from my boss, and The Pit and I are both puzzled by it. "Dude" we get, but why is the male symbol pointing horizontally instead of at the usual angle? Enlighten us, oh well-slept masses.