Photo of the Day: Our 5 year old’s bedroom (1 HQ Photo)

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As he wanted red for his walls and his room is rather small, we only let him have 1 wall in red, the rest being white. This left his walls rather bare, however a quick shuffle through theBRIGADE HQ photo's and liberal use of the work's A3 laser printer led to a rather excellent wall display instead.
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Comments:

  1. FixedinDC says:

    HELL YEAH!

  2. LRP_DenverCO says:

    I remember I had a face front view of an apache and its weapons, a A-10 with its gun blasting, a F-14 and lots of plastic models. I had to worry about if the paint jobs would look awesome. Now I worry about taxes, mortgage payments, etc. This kid's room makes me so jealous.

    • Shifty says:

      I can completely commiserate with you! Reminds me of when my walls were filled with military aircraft and ninja turtle posters, God those were the days!

      p.s. That is one squared away kid, obviously can't stop his fun!

  3. Josh says:

    Sign him up for Civil Air Patrol (CAP) as soon as he turns 12. http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com for more information on the Air Force Auxiliary.

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