Like father, like son

The little man has taken a definite interest... I think someone somewhere needs a young trainee watchmaker?!

Like father, like son

Now, let's have a closer look...

Like father, like son

Now - to business... what is my allowance daddy?
Re: Like father, like son
12/11/2009 - 17:46

No matter how busy, always make time for these precious moments! God Bless, Miki

Re: Like father, like son
12/11/2009 - 17:52
Uh, oh... The next picture would be of your son happily trying to eat the watch  and slobbering all over it (LOL). Been there, done that! Enjoy the moments fully, they only come around once Best wishes, Joseph
LOL, JB just was I was thinking also! nt
12/11/2009 - 18:11
Where do they get so much of the stuff!
12/11/2009 - 18:22
He is number 2... been there before as well!  Often looks like someone smeared egg white all over the thing... Kind of leads me into another thought... I wonder what our colleagues on the forum have put aside for the younger family members to enjoy in the future? You can only choose one for the purpose though... In my case... a 5970P is destined for the boy, and woring on something similar from VC, but not been able to sort it yet. I have a daughter (number 1) but as we all know, men are superior and thus all things will go his way. If that doesn't spark some reaction, I don't know what will....
they ain't getting nothing, I'm going to sell my collection and
12/12/2009 - 15:31
gamble it off in Vegas cute baby you got Gary
12/11/2009 - 18:19
Thanks for sharing an intimate moment .
Re: Beautiful!
12/11/2009 - 18:23
You are all very kind folks.... he is of course the apple of his daddy's eye!
a point
12/11/2009 - 22:57
Great shot. But do bear in mind, habbits start early. You're getting him hooked on IWC??? Interesting...
Re: a point
12/12/2009 - 01:52
A point well made. However he does get his '5-a-day' and "other Brands are available" in the houselold!... BTW the wife normally wears this 3714-04.... I might post that shot! I prefer the 3714-01.... well, strictly speaking I would prefer the 3712, but I never secured one when I had the chance. Since I m mostly to be found wearing the Patrimony nowadays, , I feel a little exposure to other products is a healthy thing - so as not to overly immerse him in the 'good stuff'. Man cannot live on meat alone, don't you think?  I do crave the new Traditionelle Chrono: if/once it is available in white gold.  Alex - I will still buy your EP Malte Chrono if it ever irks you so you would sell it. I would provide a good home. "If there is a single movement ubiquitous in modestly-priced contemporary chronographs, it is the Valjoux 7750. Introduced in 1974--five years after the famed Zenith El Primero automatic--the movement has been supplied in both 21,600 and 28,800 beat versions. It uses an automatic-winding module attached to the top of the movement, winding in one direction by means of a single double-click wheel. Initially using 17 jewels, current versions run in 25. The 7750 is 13.25 ligne (30 tmillimeter) design, 7.9 millimeters thick. " - ...
Re: Re: a point
12/12/2009 - 15:02
All valid points. I won't tell IWC if you won't. By the way, given the subject matter, we have left the meat section and are in the edges of a Caviar diet, it would seem... ;)
Thank god for waterproofing...LOL
12/12/2009 - 14:42

Thanks for sharing such a priceless moment. Like JB and the others, it seems the little ones never miss a thing do they. My 3yr old daughter seems to love chronographs, having moved up from my vintage Breitling Top Time Chrono to my Overseas chrono.  She likes to use the chronograph function and has so far managed to do a number on my Overseas (now it won't reset properly).    Maybe she has a future in VC's QC department (torture tests are her specialty). She was eyeing my OS again while we were at the supermarket and she says she wants to have a big watch like papa when she grows up...but for now she says she likes her Stitch (of Disney's Lilo and Stitch) alarm clock just fine. Cheers! Kazumi

Re: Thank god for waterproofing...LOL
12/14/2009 - 07:56
A wonderful moment captured perfectly. I had a Michel Jordi Diver with Swiss cows and a Swiss flag on the crown. My kids LOVED trying to count all the cows!!Ok I'll tell you-there were SEVEN! I worry when my 25 year old son looks at my Doxa this way! Thanks for sharing. Gary