As PBR returns to the OLN--the 2006 Pro Bull Riding World Cup Final is early this year, Nov. 3-6, tickets go on sale next week--a man's heart turns to dressing his child up like a cowboy. Or at least it turns the idea that getting the kid her own belt buckle will make her lose interest in his.
Good luck with that. The rodeo market seems to wait until a kid's 4 or 5 before giving him the full cowboy mini-me treatment. Most belts and buckles come in children's sizes, 18" waists and up, but not infant or toddler [And yes, that includes the confederate flag buckles, too; you'll have to find other ways to flaunt your racist heritage, sorry.]
As for boots, there's a wagonload for children, a saddlebagful for toddlers, and a tin coffee cupful for infants. Hats? As they say on the prairie, fuggedaboutit. The Wild Cowboy has one hat. [Yes, those scrunched up cowboy hats, the one the hipsters wear thinking they look like Brad Pitt in Thelma & Louise, would fit. They're available at American Eagle, sign enough that that wagon train has left the fort.]
Previously: PBR Rompers? See, it IS western wear season.