Hello and happy greetings from the Sasha Shangri-La boys! At least most of the English boys and not including this time Ben, the sole studio boy, Heiri, a course boy, Rusty another course boy, and Ryder a Gotz boy. Sweet Gracie loves the boys too and is sitting with them for their first photo of this post. ❤
It was a bit challenging to get these lads all in a row and they are snuggly packed in line. I was successful to capture them all in one photo.
Wait, the sun came out and so we will all go outdoors for photos. How do you easily take twelve boys and their dogs outdoors??? Well, here was my solution this time. 🙂
Wonderful boys lined up and in a different order than the indoor photo. It is cooler and the boys are wearing their sweaters except for Finn who wanted to try on a newly found Elliott shirt by A Passion for Sasha. 🙂
This is Joey a petite 1970’s blonde boy. He wears a great pullover top made by Millie Dingham. I love the smocked insert with a dinosaur stitched inside. He is happily munching on leaves. 🙂 Joey’s leather boots are by Ruthsdolls.
This is Jimmy, a sweet natured, 1968 brunette boy adopted from Ellen Church. Ellen included his original denim outfit with Jimmy and also this handsome shirt, and brown cord pants. I found the cardi on Shelly’s site.
Next is Quinn, a shorts boy found on Shelly’s site. Quinn originally was owned by Ronnie making him extra special. 🙂 Quinn’s sweater is very colorful and was also made by Diane. It fits perfectly and Quinn loves it. ❤ His cargo pants are by Gotz and his leather boots were made by Jean Jensen.
The boys were so thoughtful to stand still for the many photos. 😉
This is the most handsome Ebo that is a Shelly repaint of an earlier Caleb. He wears a great sweater and pants made by Joan Wilson and leather boots by Jean Jensen. Please excuse the fuzzies I just noticed on his face. I think it was from the blanket used to protect the boys while in transit.
Brett is a 1969 boy with mottled blue eyes. I have grown very fond of him and he is wearing a lovely sweater made by Lorraine Tyler with matching socks that you cannot see but Brett is glad they are in place. His boots are by Ruthsdolls.